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Care for the Community

The mission of the School of Pharmacy at Presbyterian College is to improve the health of South Carolinians and society in general by developing pharmacy students with an unwavering ethical foundation who will positively impact the delivery of quality, equitable pharmacy care; who will dedicate their lives to community service; and who will provide enlightened leadership in addressing the health care needs of a diverse patient population.

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PCSP News

  • PCSP Students Helping in Kenya   The month of May found PCSP students Mennie Zoogley, Cynthia Tambou, and Brittany Thompson joining with the undergraduate students on a mission trip to Kenya, Africa.  The students worked in the PCEA Kikuyu Hospital with the pharmacist and the attending physician. Half of the day was spent in the pharmacy while the other half was ...
  • Pharmacy Research Seminar Series for Fall 2014 Pharmacy Research Seminar Series for Fall 2014 The Pharmacy Research Seminar Series at the Presbyterian college School of Pharmacy has been announced for the Fall 2014 semester. This series is sponsored by the Office of Research and is designed to help students explore different pharmacy research opportunities in the community.  The seminars are open to all students ...
  • Camp Porcupine 2014 Camp Porcupine 2014 During the week of June 17th-20th, Camp Porcupine was in full swing at the Greenwood YMCA. The camp, sponsored by Self Regional, has been held for the last 21 years as a week long summer day camp designed for children with diabetes. This year, 14 children between the ages of 6-18 years old ...
  • PCSP Students Learn About Addiction PCSP Students Learn About Addiction Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy students and faculty attended the University of Utah School on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies in Salt Lake City from June 15 – June 20, 2014. The school’s purpose is to educate both students and health professionals on addiction, including the pathophysiology, social implications and treatment strategies. ...
  • Pharmacy Research Summer Interns 2014 Pharmacy Research Summer Interns 2014 Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) welcomed 10 Pharmacy Research Summer Interns (PRSI) for the 2014 summer. These interns will spend 8 weeks participating in faculty mentored pharmacy and biomedical research projects. In addition to PCSP Pharmacy students and pre-pharmacy students from across South Carolina, this year international students joined the ...
  • Dr. Gene Reeder Awarded the Bowl of Hygeia Dr. Gene Reeder Awarded the Bowl of Hygeia Dr. Gene Reeder of the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) has been awarded the Bowl of Hygeia Award by the South Carolina Pharmacy Association (SCPhA). Established in 1958, the Bowl of Hygeia Award recognizes one pharmacist each year from participating states for his or her record of ...
  • BREAKING NEWS: Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy Program is Accredited PCSP Receives Accreditation The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Board of Directors reviewed the Doctor of Pharmacy program of the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy for purposes of advancement from Candidate Status to Accredited Status at its June 18-22, 2014, meeting. This review was based upon due consideration of the Evaluation Team Report from the ...