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March 7th 2023
Pharmacy programs are implementing new practices into their curriculum and research is being focused on mental health care.
February 15th 2023
Tip of the Week: The Benefits of Mentoring Can Extend to Everyone InvolvedJanuary 4th 2023
Mentorship is a long-term and formative process and interaction that extends beyond initial discussions regarding the mentee's career path.
Enhancing Patient Care and the Scope of Practice for Pharmacists, Student Pharmacists Through Immunizations During the Monkeypox Outbreak
Pharmacists and student pharmacists became the center of responding to the Monkeypox outbreak by providing immunizations to their communities.
Artificial Intelligence Applications in Education and Pharmacy PracticeDecember 20th 2022
By interpreting and applying the data provided by algorithms, pharmacists are uniquely equipped to guide development of more patient-centered care.
Wellness is the Future of Pharmacy But is the Profession Prepared?November 15th 2022
Currently, no national pharmacy organization has defined wellness in the pharmacy profession, which is needed so that others have a sense of guidance around wellness within the profession.
New Curricular Framework Aims to Prepare, Inspire the Next Generation of Community Pharmacy LeadersNovember 9th 2022
The framework includes 6 domains designed to immediately empower students in community pharmacies.
New NIH Program Funds Efforts to Improve Gender Equity in Science, Health Care FieldsSeptember 19th 2022
GENDER R25 will provide funding for courses and curricula to improve gender-focused education and equity in pharmacy, as well as other health care fields.
A Large Proportion of Medical Students Experience Migraines, Choose to Self-Manage SymptomsSeptember 1st 2022
Though around 42% of medical students in study experience headaches, many of these causing significant functional disability, most choose to self-manage symptoms with sleep and medication.
Study: Depictions of Diverse Women in STEM on Social Media Can Alleviate Loneliness for Other Women in STEMAugust 2nd 2022
A new case study found that depictions of diverse female scientists on social media inspired other women in STEM, but stereotypes of how women in STEM should look and dress persist in comments section.