Pharmacy Times® spoke with Jenine Abuzir, PharmD candidate at Chicago College of Pharmacy at Midwestern University, about her experience teaching in the Women’s Health elective during pharmacy school.
A study found that student pharmacists who had improv coursework included in their curriculum refined their communication skills.
US citizens are increasingly traveling to international destinations, with Americans making 38 million visits abroad in 2017. Fortunately, pharmacists are well-placed to assist patients in their travel health needs.
Although pharmacy schools are known for their advancements in pharmacy education, scientific discovery, and patient care, they still face an unspoken and universal truth shared among institutions of higher learning: students sometimes feel lost and unsure of themselves, and as if they have no one to whom they can turn.
Each year, the National Academy of Medicine hosts its DC Public Health Case Challenge to promote interdisciplinary, problem-based learning that focuses on an important public health issue facing the Washington, DC community
On Wednesday, October 24, and Saturday, October 27, student pharmacists from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy chapter of the APhA-ASP joined forces with the University of Maryland, Baltimore Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to host our bi-annual Drug Take-Back Day at the University’s SMC Campus Center.
As a first-year student pharmacist, I was initially overwhelmed by the number of student organizations and opportunities to get involved.
Any woman who has tried being both a full-time mother and a full-time student can tell you that is not an easy task.
Critical care is a rapidly expanding pharmacy specialty, and today's pharmacy student have more opportunities than ever to bceome successful critical care pharmacist.
The College of Pharmacy at Rosalind Franklin University hosts a competitive summer research program where students can spend the season working alongside RFU researchers making new scientific discoveries.
In this clip, Kimberly Wu, a PharmD candidate at the Rutgers University Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, discusses why it is important for pharmacy students to be proactive in their education, activities, and work.
In this clip, Kimberly Wu, a PharmD candidate at the Rutgers University Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, discusses why it is important for pharmacy students to get involved in student organizations.