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A new 4-H project book published in partnership with The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy teaches medication safety to elementary students. When it comes to teaching children healthy habits, medication safety may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Yet it could be a lifesaving lesson.
The Kennedy Pharmacy Innovation Center pushes students to find gaps in the profession and fill them with radical roles.
The Federally Qualified Urban Health Network provides a model for collaboration that includes pharmacists as part of primary care teams serving low-income populations.

Arlington, VA - The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy joined with the leaders and members of 16 other pharmacy ...

The Board of Directors of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy announced that the search for the organization’s seventh Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer has begun. This comes with the announcement that current CEO, Dr. Lucinda Maine, will complete her service to the Association on June 30, 2022 and not seek a new contract. Dr. Maine assumed her current role on July 1, 2002.

AACP EVP and CEO Dr. Lucinda L. Maine will join the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being ...

With COVID-19 case counts rising amid the spread of the Delta variant, more than 50 health care professional societies and organizations called for all health care employers to require their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in a joint statement released today.
The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy is proud to announce it has selected 30 individuals to join its prestigious Academic Leadership Fellows Program, which aims to support and contribute to the development of leaders in academic pharmacy and higher education.
Pharmacy schools continue to engage with their communities to fight the national opioid crisis. t’s no secret that opioids can lead to dependence. Opioid use can increase a patient’s risk of respiratory depression, fatal and nonfatal overdose. During the COVID-19 pandemic, prescription and non-prescription opioid misuse or opioid use disorder has become a pressing public health emergency.
Patients want transparency about prescription costs and are turning to pharmacists as a trusted source to help them navigate. Prescription drug spending reached almost $370 billion in the United States in 2019, according to National Health Expenditure data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
As calls increase to correct longstanding inequities in healthcare, pharmacists are exploring ways to improve training and practice to better serve marginalized groups. While discriminatory practices in healthcare settings have existed for decades, the COVID-19 pandemic further revealed inequities rooted in the longstanding unequal treatment of minorities in this country.