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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

  • APhA-ASP Patient Counseling Competition Finalist Named APhA-ASP Patient Counseling Competition Finalist Named Congratulations to Courtney Meade for being named  one of the 10 National Finalists for the 2015 American Pharmacists Association (APhA-ASP) National Patient Counseling Competition.  The goal of the APhA-ASP National Patient Counseling Competition is to encourage student pharmacists in their efforts toward becoming better patient educators. The competition is designed ...
  • NCPA Compounding Competition NCPA Compounding Competition Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) hosted the local compounding competition.  Designed after the national competition,   groups of three competed to compound a classic component. Each group competed to compound three prescriptions from raw materials, write down proper compounding  procedures, ensure appropriate labeling, assign appropriate beyond use dates, and make a recommendation on quality ...
  • Residency Match Day at PC Residency Match Day at PC The excitement of Residency Match Day hit the Presbyterian College campus on March 20, 2015.  The outcome of the matches this year included twelve PGY1 (Post Graduate Year 1) matches for PC students and three PGY2 (Post Graduate Year 2) matches for our Class of 2014 alumni. The following students matched for ...
  • Clinton Community Attends March on Health Fair 5K Run/Walk Clinton Community Attends March on Health Fair 5K Run/Walk It was a chilly and foggy morning on March 21, 2015, as approximately 80 people gathered for the 3rd Annual March on Health 5K Run/Walk held at Bailey Stadium at Presbyterian College. The purpose of this event is to promote the spirit of caring for our community, ...
  • Dr. Nancy Goodbar Installed as President of SCSHP Dr. Nancy Goodbar Installed as President of SCSHP On March 15, 2015, the South Carolina Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (SCSHP) had its annual meeting at which our very own Dr. Nancy Goodbar took the oath to be the next SCSHP President. Having served the year prior as President Elect, she will take on the term as ...
  • Johnson’s Journal: Honduras 2014 Johnson’s Journal: Honduras 2014 Since 2012, Presbyterian College of Pharmacy (PCSP) faculty and students have been able to work alongside Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) faculty and students and volunteer doctors to provide medical care in the Dominican Republic, Tegucigalpa and Santa Rosa Honduras and El Salvador. Dr. Dean Sutphin and his trip coordinators have ...
  • Johnson’s Journal: Kuwait City 2014 Johnson’s Journal: Kuwait City 2014 In October, I had the privilege to teach the American Pharmacists Association(APhA)  “Pharmacist & Patient Centered Care” to 22 pharmacists in Kuwait City, Kuwait with Dr. Staci Marie Norman, a pharmacist from Indiana that is also a national faculty member for this program.  One of the reasons for having a male ...