16 Feb
2012

UN: Pharmacists Worldwide

The class of 2012 went to the UN to learn about the role of pharmacists worldwide under the leadership of Dr. Addo-Atuah and Professor Fountain.

1 Feb
2012

Healthfirst: what to focus on

“Being out in the community with members really showed us how many patients actually knew about their disease state,” Dhara Shah, second-year student, said. Often, they didn’t know what their Read more >

29 Dec
2011

Global Public Health – Our Total Experience in Ghana

By Christina Quansah and Sharleen Iyahen Student Pharmacists, Class of 2012. Some of the highlights of the trip include attending the weekly meeting of all the public health programs within Read more >

10 Dec
2011

Tables, traditions and très charmant

The 46th Annual ASHP (American Society of Health-System Pharmacists) 2011 Midyear Clinical Meeting took place in New Orleans, Louisiana from December 4th to December 8th. This meeting is the largest Read more >

15 Sep
2011

Faculty Heads Back to School

By T.J. Cook Professors attending school as students? Learning something new? Imagine Dean Feldman studiously scribbling on a print-out of Powerpoint slides. Or me  struggling to read a hand-out because Read more >

24 Aug
2011

Welcome Class of 2015!

Tuesday, August 23, 2011, Touro College of Pharmacy officially welcomed the class of 2015 as the newest student pharmacists donned their white coats and dedicated themselves to the profession of Read more >

19 Jul
2011

Going to Ghana: MTCT of HIV

By: Christina Quansah, Student Pharmacist, Class of 2012 I was always interested in healthcare systems. Born and raised in Ghana I was especially interested in understanding the public healthcare system Read more >

19 Jun
2011

Brown Bagging it

Going into this experience I expected that I would have the opportunity to maintain formularies under the direct regulation of Center of Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) and to resolve Prior Authorization (PA) problems in a timely fashion…

29 May
2011

Five Pharmacists in Haiti

After the earthquake everyone was aware of the acute care needs of the country. But even when supplies were replenished, the problem of getting those supplies to the people remained…