Should student pharmacists consider working part time while pursuing a PharmD?
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Graduating from pharmacy school or finishing a pharmacy residency starts the pressure to a find a full-time job.
Pulling all-nighters is almost like a rite of passage for pharmacy students.
There has been some recent controversy regarding pharmacists’ job prospects, and now it’s time to set the record straight.
Simulation exercises can positively alter pharmacy students’ attitudes toward poverty.
Dual-degree programs allow pharmacy students to diversify their training and pursue certain career paths more easily than they would with a PharmD alone.
The pitfalls of a pharmacist surplus have been clearly outlined, but several types of individuals and institutions may benefit from having more pharmacists in the marketplace.
Starting a new job can be exciting, but the first days or weeks can feel overwhelming.
Presentations can be nerve-racking, but with the right tools, they can be mastered
Pharmacy students who match with a postgraduate year 1 residency program are more likely to be female, have a high grade point average, and receive multiple interview offers.
Does a professional dress code improve educational outcomes, or does it put an unfair burden on pharmacy students?
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The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy shapes pharmaceutical science and clinical practice around the world, with international collaborations in more than 20 countries.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Pharmacy values 4 areas: teaching, pharmacy practice, research, and service.
Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy is celebrating its 25th year of providing pharmacy education.
Did you know that the University of California, San Francisco was the first college pharmacy students could attend in the West, and that it was the 10th pharmacy school to open in the United States?
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