PHARMACY INSTITUTIONS COLLABORATE ON SCHOOL PROGRAM

APRIL 01, 2008

A $450,000 grant from King Saud University (KSU) in Saudi Arabia will help the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) assist KSU's College of Pharmacy in developing clinical practice faculty, implementing a Doctor of Pharmacy Program, creating postgraduate residency and fellowship programs, and conducting research.

"We are very impressed with the quality of pharmacy education and practice at King Saud University and its clinical sites," said MCPHS President Charles F. Monahan Jr. "This collaboration will provide both institutions with a unique opportunity to develop cross-cultural and international perspectives on pharmaceutical care."




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