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 On November 15, 2013, Provost Don Raber announced that Dr. Julie Sease had been named Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs for the School of Pharmacy effective January 1, 2014.

“Dr. Sease has provided strong direction and support for our educational programs in Pharmacy. She has worked effectively with Dean Fuhrman and our faculty to build and enhance academic opportunities for our students, and I am happy that Julie will continue to serve on our leadership team for the Pharmacy School,” said Dr. Raber.

As assistant dean, she is responsible for academic affairs at the School of Pharmacy. She has coordinated all aspects of the instruction programs, including curriculum issues, assessment, and faculty development. “Dr. Sease has been an asset to our pharmacy administrative team on an interim basis. I am pleased she has accepted this appointment,” said Dr. Cliff Fuhrman, PCSP dean. Read more here...

The ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting is the largest gathering of pharmacists in the world. With its focus on improving patient care, the meeting is attended by more than 20,000 pharmacy professionals from 86 countries. For four decades, the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting has provided healthsystem pharmacy practitioners with a venue for updating their knowledge, networking with colleagues, enhancing their skills, and learning about the latest products and technologies.

It is important for PCSP students to attend Midyear because of the vast clinical resources and professional development opportunities. There are many networking opportunities with pharmacists throughout the nation, as well as seminars to prepare our students to be competitive candidates for residency programs. Each year we have students who represent PCSP in the Clinical Skills Competition, present research posters and participate in SSHP student leadership activities. With the onset of our first graduating class, the P4 students have prepared for the residency showcase, a vital part of their P4 year. In addition, students can network with colleagues and pharmacy friends, and develop professionally by attending continuing education programming.

 

- Congratulations to Dr. Kayce Shealy and Dr. Tiffaney Threatt for passing the Certified Diabetes Educator exam.

- Congratulations go out to Dr. Scott Asbill and Dr. Alfonso Romero-Sandoval for submission of their grant entitled “Evaluation of Compounded Pain Gels in an In Vivo Preclinical Pain Model” to IACP for $10,000.

- Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Clements and Dr. Zach Anderson on their recent acceptance of their manuscript for publication in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants entitled "Exenatide Extended-Release: A Once-Weekly Option for Type 2 Diabetes"

- Congratulations to Dr. Jim Wetzel (Biology), Dr. Alfonzo Romero-Sandoval (Pharmacy) and Dr. Sarah Sweitzer (Pharmacy) who are the co-investigators on a proposal that was accepted allowing PC to become a member institution in the upcoming SC INBRE renewal grant! This proposal includes participation of 32 faculty members at PC across 4 disciplines (biology, chemistry, psychology, and pharmacy). This is a tremendous step forward in involving undergraduates in biomedical research!

- Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Clements and Dr. Eileen Ward for passing the Board of Pharmacy Specialties Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Examination.

- Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Clements on her recent publication in the ACCP Ambulatory Care Pharmacist's Survival Guide Clements J. Pharmacotherapy Core rotation: VA pharmacy. In: Westberg S, Currie J, Garwood CL, eds. ACCP Ambulatory Care Pharmacist's Survival Guide. 3rd Edition. Lenexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy, 2013:284-94.

- Congratulations to Dr. Alfonso Romero-Sandoval on winning the best oral presentation at the Carolinas Pain Society Annual Meeting. The title of his poster and presentation was "Implication of the phosphatase MKP-3 in the transition from acute to chronic postoperative pain."

- Congratulations to Dr. Kate Moore on earning her certificate in the ACCP Academy's Teaching and Learning Certificate Program. The Academy Certificate Programs are designed to provide both professional and personal growth in one's selected area of study. The 28 hour program consists of live education courses, webinars, required readings, and online portfolios. The participants also undergo evaluations by one or more mentors.


Please Note:

You may have noticed we have upgraded our website: http://www.pharmacy.presby.edu. We hope this new format is easier to navigate and more user friendly. We are working on even more new and exciting changes for this new year including a new look/format for this very newsletter, including going to a quarterly publication.

 

 
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