Pharmacist Entrepreneurs Creating the Future of Health Care
Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s Center for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) helps students explore the wide variety of pharmacy-related career paths available after graduation, all while cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit. Aligned with PCSP’s mission to Care for the Community, pharmacy students learn to apply sound business principles to address the health care needs of a diverse and dynamic population….resulting in improved health.
The Fall 2013 Lecture series:
|September 23 & 24||October 22||November 18 & 19|
|6:30-8:00 pm, Room 104||6:30-8:00 pm, Room 104||6:30-8:00 pm, Room 104|
Building a Business Plan for Your Entrepreneurial Venture (required)
Financing Your Business: Sources of Debt Financing
Developing a Strategy for Success for your Small Business
|Gene Reeder, PhD, RPh
Professor, PCSPJessica Anderson, PharmD CandidateLinda Smith, PharmD Candidate
Scott Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Presbyterian College
Would you Like to be a PCSP “MOM”?
(Manager Owner Mentor)
PC School of Pharmacy “MOMs” provide pharmacy students who are interested in learning more about being a pharmacy owner or manager a valuable real world perspective to complement the financial and human resource components of the PCSP curriculum.
What is involved?
- mentor a 4th year student for a 4 week rotation
- expose the student to the myriad of activities and responsibilities of a pharmacy owner or manager
- provide hands-on experiences where possible in the operational aspects of a pharmacy
- most importantly – share your experiences and the lessons you have learned about pharmacy management and encourage the student
Please click here to email to Dr. Gene Reeder for more details!
Name: Jeannie Norge
Business Plan: East meets West comprehensive health center where patients can meet all of their needs. The health center will have a team of healthcare workers including a pharmacist, doctor of osteopathy, acupuncturist, chiropractor, massage therapist, and an herbalist that are available to meet medicinal and holistic needs in one location.Most Valuable Learning from the CED: Networking Networking Networking! Being a part of the Center for Entrepreneurial Development has help me build a solid foundation to mold my own business plan. The CED program has sharpened my business acumen, allowing me to gain a better understanding in ownership, budgeting and cash flow, marketing, and using social media as a marketing tool. Other courses extended to us by the CED program that I can’t wait to be a part of the upcoming workshops.
Check out our entrepreneurial ventures at InnoVenture.com.
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