#Doctor Of Pharmacy

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The Effects of COVID-19 on Specialty Prescribing Habits

The remote and virtual way of treating patients is becoming the new norm. Specialty providers have to adapt to provide the most streamlined solutions. COVID-19 has impacted many industries including health care. These impacts were seen in specialty and HUB operations early on, but it has become increasingly apparent that COVID-19’s effects are long-lasting. Patient service providers and specialty pharmacies are facing challenges to facilitate prescribing of specialty medications, knowing that prescribers are looking for new and easy ways to refer their patients for products and services.
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Edwardsville, ILTelegraph

Ingold creates videos for pharmacy students

EDWARDSVILLE — To simplify and help students navigate the application process, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy (SOP) alumna Kristen Ingold, PharmD, has created informative videos with best-practice advice. Ingold, of Freeburg, graduated with a Doctor of Pharmacy from SIUE in May. While participating in the SOP’s Improving Patient...
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Top 3 Online PharmD Programs: BS or MS to PharmD

Pharmacists work in your local drug store, but did you know that they are also employed in hospitals, government, the military, hospice and home health care, medical publishing, research, and universities? Trained pharmacists are needed as our population ages, and this is a very highly paid career. So if you are looking for an in-demand health profession, considering online PharmD programs may be the perfect way for you to launch your career in pharmacy.
Athens, GAuga.edu

Hepatitis Can’t Wait

Hepatitis Can’t Wait is this theme of this year’s recognition of World Hepatitis Day. To promote this important world-wide health concern, the following features scholarship, research, and service being conducted by two faculty members in the UGA College of Pharmacy – Dr. David Chu, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus, and Dr. Brian Seagraves, Clinical Academic Professional Associate in the CAP Department. Appreciation is extended to Dr. Uma Singh, Research Assistant Professor in the Drug Discovery Group and Dr. Seagraves, who prepared these articles, and to the students, who shared their stories.
West Hartford, CTwe-ha.com

University of Saint Joseph Plans to Relocate Pharmacy Program to West Hartford

USJ’s Doctor of Pharmacy program has been located in downtown Hartford, but will move to West Hartford in August 2022. The University of Saint Joseph has been upgrading the facilities and expanding programming at its West Hartford campus and announced this week that the Doctor of Pharmacy program will be moving from its downtown Hartford location to the main campus.
Ogden, UTStandard-Examiner

Ronnie Wells Widdison

Our loving husband, father, son, brother and friend tragically left his family and went back to live with his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. Ronnie was born December 4, 1976 in Ogden, Utah to Rex and Diana Widdison. He has six siblings, his twin Randy, Stacie, Heidi, Justin, Shelly and AJ.
Huntington, WVHerald-Dispatch

Marshall announces spring 2021 graduates

HUNTINGTON — More than 1,500 students were awarded degrees from Marshall University in May 2021. Area graduates' name and hometown, along with the degree earned and honor (if applicable), are listed below. The full graduation list is available at https://www.marshall.edu/news/graduates-for-may-2021/. CHESAPEAKE: Hunter Wyatt Burns, Doctor of Physical Therapy; Madison E....
Albany, GAAlbany Herald

UGA Pharmacy assistant professor receives Teaching Excellence Award

ALBANY – Sharmon P. Osae, a clinical assistant professor at the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy’s Southwest Georgia Clinical Campus in Albany, has received the College’s Teaching Excellence Award, Dean Kelly M. Smith announced. “Dr. Osae is enthusiastically embraced at all levels – from students, to residents, to colleagues,...

DeForest Area student achievement

Rachel Anderson, Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence Education Major. Emily BonoAnno, Biology Major: Biomedical Science Concentration. Sydney Esse, Public Health and Community Health Education Major. Katelyn Fox, Biology Major: Biomedical Science Concentration. Bryson Girten, Exercise and Sport Science Major: Exercise Science — Pre-professional Track. Sydney Hahn, Biology Major: Biomedical Science...

Prokarium Appoints Kristen Albright as Chief Executive Officer

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Prokarium, a biopharmaceutical company pioneering the oncology field of microbial immunotherapy, today announced the appointment of Kristen Albright, PharmD, as Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Albright is an accomplished industry leader with broad experience in finance, business development and operations. She joined Prokarium in 2018, most recently serving as Chief...

University notes: Pacific University announces Dean’s List. grads; Emory & Henry College has The Dalles grad

FOREST GROVE — The following Gorge-area students were named to the dean’s list for the Fall 2020 and/or Spring 2021 terms at Pacific University:. Hood River: Sara Hamada; Maggie Hannigan; Samantha Thompson. The Dalles: Anjolina Horzynek. Founded in 1849, Pacific University is a comprehensive university offering undergraduate, graduate and professional...

Cannabis effects: It’s not about getting high

Thinking about trying cannabis medicine but don’t feel like you know enough about it? And maybe neither does your doctor? We get it. You need confidence in order to take the leap with something that will affect your health. Well, get ready to get woke about cannabis medicine! Elevate Holistics’ Russell Colby recently chatted live on Facebook with an actual cannabis pharmacist, and she shared some valuable need-to-know info for patients who use cannabis as medicine. In this post, we discuss how medical cannabis is not about getting high … it’s about the medicinal effects.
Madison, WIhngnews.com

UW-Madison announces 2021 spring graduates

Just over 7,600 students received degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison on May 8, 2021. There were two live ceremonies at Camp Randall, one for undergraduates and one for all graduate degree candidates. Graduating were 5,493 undergraduate students, 1,266 master's degree students and 871 doctoral candidates. "This year has helped...
Alabama Statesamford.edu

Pharmacy Student Named to Latest Cohort of Alabama Schweitzer Fellows

Madison Hartley, a second-year student in Samford University's McWhorter School of Pharmacy, was named to the 2021-2022 class of Alabama Schweitzer Fellows, a chapter of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. This year’s cohort is comprised of 14 graduate students from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the University of Montevallo and...
Griffin Daily News

Area students graduate from Mercer University

MACON/ATLANTA — Mercer University conferred bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees to more than 2,200 students at five commencements held in May in Macon and Atlanta. Founded in 1833, Mercer University is a dynamic and comprehensive center of undergraduate, graduate and professional education. The University enrolls more than 9,000 students in 12 schools and colleges — liberal arts and sciences, law, pharmacy, medicine, business, engineering, education, theology, music, nursing, health professions, and professional advancement — on major campuses in Macon and Atlanta, medical school sites in Macon, Savannah and Columbus, and at regional academic centers in Henry and Douglas counties.

Here come the ticks

Last week I removed ANOTHER tick from Bonnie, our 6-month-old Scottie. Bonnie LOVES to run through the grass and burrow into bushes, where ticks like to lurk. In the Pacific Northwest, 3 species of ticks can transmit disease. A bite from a Brown Dog Tick or Rocky Mountain Wood Tick can transmit Rocky Mountain spotted fever. The Western Blacklegged Tick carries Lyme disease.
Jamestown, NDJamestown Sun

North Dakota State University announces graduates

Jamestown area students were among those to graduate from North Dakota State University in spring 2021. NDSU awarded 1,820 degrees to students. Students are listed by hometown. The list includes major and degree received. An asterisk indicates students who graduated with honors. A student must earn a 3.50 grade point average or higher to graduate with honors. The students are:
Madison, WIrcreader.com

Local Students Among University of Wisconsin-Madison's 2021 Spring Graduates

MADISON, WISCONSIN (July 23, 221) — Just over 7,600 students received degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison on May 8, including students from your area. HOMETOWN, STATE; NAME, COLLEGE1, DEGREE1, MAJOR1(S), DISTINCTION (if listed), COLLEGE2 (if listed), DEGREE2 (if listed) De Witt, IA. Delaney Brainerd, School of Pharmacy, Doctor of...