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Recent Updates

June 14, 2018
Purdue University Grants Stephen Robert Byrn received $94,000 from National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education for “Methods for Evaluating ...
May 11, 2018
Planning for the unexpected is a smart strategy for any institution. Last year’s fierce hurricanes put pharmacy schools’ disaster planning to the test and brought these resilient communities together to support each other.
May 11, 2018
Shenandoah’s Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy integrates new method for delivering video instruction.
May 11, 2018
A series of videos created by practitioners at OSU aim to help autism patients understand what to expect at an appointment, not only improving the healthcare experience for Ohioans but for patients across the country.
May 11, 2018

No more one-size-fits-all drugs. As genetic screening becomes more affordable and pharmacogenetic research diversifies, pharmacists look to implement the therapeutic ...

May 11, 2018
When it comes to treating teens and adults with persistent asthma, simpler is better, according to an analysis led by University of Connecticut researchers.
May 11, 2018

Inspiration abounded at this year’s INterim Meeting, as attendees heard from expert speakers on leadership and took home fresh methods ...

May 4, 2018
Keck Graduate Institute School of Pharmacy Grants Talia Puzantian, principal investigator, was awarded $25,000 from California Health Care Foundation for ...
March 16, 2018
Lucinda L. Maine, Ph.D., R.Ph., AACP executive vice president and CEO, will receive APhA's Gloria Niemeyer Francke Leadership Mentor Award, recognizing her exemplary service as a role model and mentor, promoting and encouraging pharmacists to attain leadership positions.
February 22, 2018
The obesity crisis is one of the nation’s biggest health concerns. Pharmacists are on the front lines when it comes to helping patients shed and keep off extra pounds. As obesity becomes more prevalent among the U.S. population—more than a third of adults and one in five children are now considered to be obese—the effects on society are harder to ignore.
February 22, 2018
A Mercer University professor shares her expertise with key groups to help prevent chemical weapons attacks. In a remote, mountainous region in western Sudan known as Jebel Marra in 2016, the rocket attacks came often and without warning. Homes were decimated. People and livestock were killed. Others, especially children, suffered horrible burns to their body.
February 22, 2018
Programs at Western University of Health Sciences and Duquesne University are showing young students what the pharmacist can do—and powering the pipeline in the process. Member schools are continuing to amp up efforts to recruit young adults to pursue pharmacy as a career and strengthen the pharmacy pipeline. Dr. Mario Jimenez knows such efforts work.