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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27402982/assessing-opportunities-for-student-pharmacist-leadership-development-at-schools-of-pharmacy-in-the-united-states
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Tara T Feller, William R Doucette, Matthew J Witry
Objective. To summarize student pharmacist leadership development opportunities delivered by pharmacy programs, to describe selected opportunities, and to assess how these opportunities meet leadership development competencies. Methods. A multi-method study was conducted that comprised a systematic content analysis of pharmacy education journals, pharmacy program websites, and telephone interviews with key informants, which included open-ended questions and scaled responses. Results. Review of six articles, 37 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting abstracts, and 138 websites resulted in the identification of 191 leadership development opportunities...
June 25, 2016: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26119822/from-b-sc-to-ph-d-my-shuffle-off-to-buffalo
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REVIEW
Gordon T Bolger
From the fall of 1978 until the summer of 1982, I was a graduate student in the Laboratory of Dr. David Triggle in the Department of Biochemical Pharmacology, School of Pharmacy, State University of New York at Buffalo. This contribution permits me the opportunity to take you back in time into David's laboratory and tell you the story of how my early research career was borne and to provide a glimpse into some of the accomplishments that David, I and my fellow graduates students made. The central theme of my research was to bring together the many events that controlled the contraction of guinea-pig ileal longitudinal muscle, from the binding of muscarinic agonists, the movement of mono- and divalent cations that control depolarization to contraction itself and the differences between muscarinic and non-muscarinic mediated contraction and tachyphylaxis...
November 15, 2015: Biochemical Pharmacology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25902623/giving-back-a-win-win-plan-of-action-for-compounding-pharmacists
#3
Shara Rudner
Giving back to local communities guides the next generation, introduces new pharmacists to niche markets, and ensures that compounding pharmacists continue to stay on top of a rapidly developing field. The author discusses successful strategies that increase relevance within the community and cultivate opportunities for growth and innovation: opening pharmacies to the community, reaching out to local school districts, pharmacy schools, and professional organizations, and supporting appropriate charitable causes...
January 2015: International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24291080/public-engagement-workshop-how-to-improve-medicines-for-older-people
#4
Mine Orlu-Gul, Bahijja Raimi-Abraham, Elizabeth Jamieson, Li Wei, Macey Murray, Katarzyna Stawarz, Sven Stegemann, Catherine Tuleu, Felicity J Smith
Public engagement in medication management has become more and more important in promoting population health. A public engagement workshop attended by 78 members of the geriatric community, family carers as well as professionals from academic research, industry and regulatory agencies entitled 'How to improve medicines for older people?' took place on the 2nd July 2013 at the University College London (UCL) School of Pharmacy. The main aim of the event was to provide a dynamic environment for information exchange and to identify ways of improving current and future geriatric drug therapy...
January 1, 2014: International Journal of Pharmaceutics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24249862/a-blueprint-for-transitioning-pharmacy-residents-into-successful-clinical-faculty-members-in-colleges-and-schools-of-pharmacy
#5
REVIEW
Matthew A Wanat, Kevin W Garey
With the increase of new pharmacy colleges and schools throughout the country, the number of open clinical academic pharmacy positions continues to grow. Considering the abundance of clinical faculty positions available nationwide and the increased likelihood of current pharmacy residents transitioning from residency directly into academia, pharmacy residents must be prepared to succeed in the role of new clinical faculty member. However, no blueprint or recommendations have yet been provided to facilitate this transition...
November 12, 2013: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24180501/new-setting-for-the-land-o-lakes-bioanalytical-conference
#6
James E DeMuth, Stacy Ho, Chad Briscoe, Matthew Cyronak, Eric N Fluhler, Qin C Ji, Priya Sriraman
The University of Wisconsin bioanalytical conference is presented each year by the Extension Services in Pharmacy, the professional development department within the School of Pharmacy. The purpose of this 3-day conference was to provide an educational forum to discuss issues and applications associated with the analysis of xenobiotics, metabolites, biologics and biomarkers in biological matrices. The conference was designed to include and encourage an open exchange of scientific and methodological applications for bioanalysis...
November 2013: Bioanalysis
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22222346/u-s-publication-trends-in-social-and-administrative-pharmacy-implications-for-promotion-and-tenure
#7
Anne Kangethe, Duska M Franic, Ming-Yi Huang, Sally Huston, Chakita Williams
BACKGROUND: There is no consensus on the preferred approach to assess journal quality. Procedures previously used include journal acceptance or rejection policies, impact factors, number of subscribers, citation counts, whether the articles were refereed or not, and journals cited in books within the discipline. This study built on the work of previous authors by using a novel approach to assess journal quality in social and administrative pharmacy (SAdP). OBJECTIVES: To determine U...
September 2012: Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy: RSAP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20575720/telemedicine-in-urban-and-suburban-childcare-and-elementary-schools-lightens-family-burdens
#8
Kenneth M McConnochie, Nancy E Wood, Neil E Herendeen, Cynthia B ten Hoopen, Klaus J Roghmann
BACKGROUND: Acute illness challenges all families with young children. The Health-e-Access Telemedicine Network in Rochester, NY, has enabled >7,000 telemedicine visits since 2001 among children in childcare or elementary schools, predominantly from Rochester's inner city. Large reductions in illness-related absence and emergency department use among Health-e-Access participants have occurred. OBJECTIVE: The study was aimed to assess parent perception of telemedicine as a means to reduce burdens associated with childhood illness...
June 2010: Telemedicine Journal and E-health: the Official Journal of the American Telemedicine Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/19950771/-90th-anniversary-of-founding-the-first-children-s-hospital-in-serbia
#9
Zelimir Mikić, Aleksandar Lesić
The first children's hospital in Serbia, as an exclusive paediatric intitution, was founded in a deserted military barrack in Studenieka Street, near the Military Hospital, in January 1919. The founder was Dr. Katherine MacPhail, a young Scottish lady doctor, who came to Serbia for the first time in January 1915, with the first "Scottish Women's Hospital". After that, she worked as a volunteer during the First World War in France and on the Thessalonica Front. In the spring of 1919, the hospital was given an open pavilion in Topcider, which worked only during the summer months till 1924...
September 2009: Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17993173/-the-opening-lectures-in-chemistry-of-the-french-pharmacists
#10
Floriane Blanc, Philippe Jaussaud
The opening lectures, which formerly marked the beginning of a professor's duties in an academic institution, are important documents for science historians. Several opening lectures in chemistry (organic, inorganic, analytical, biological or medicinal chemistry), which were given by French pharmacists in the Ecole or the Faculté de pharmacie de Paris, in the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle in Paris, or in the Collège de France are analyzed. First, these lectures reveal formal aspects, such as the history of the chair or a eulogy of the works and personal qualities of the predecessor...
May 2007: Revue D'histoire de la Pharmacie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17978555/-proceedings-of-clinical-pharmacy-research-with-the-cooperation-of-community-and-hospital-pharmacist-and-pharmacy-school
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REVIEW
Yoshihiko Hirotani
The new pharmaceutical education system starts in Japan, those constructions are performed at a lot of universities aiming at the execution of a common examination and the clinical training, and the workshop for directive pharmacists have been held actively since last year. Moreover, various educational lectures, open lectures, and the training lectures for on-site pharmacist's upskilling are carried out. However, a technical training and the lecture for research approach that supports the pharmacist in a pharmaceutical clinical research are little at the chance to learn the research methods...
November 2007: Yakugaku Zasshi: Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17138520/assessment-of-pharmacy-manpower-and-services-in-west-virginia
#12
Evan T Robinson, David Bowyer
BACKGROUND: The shortage of pharmacists across the nation has been much publicized and has been identified as one of the reasons for new schools of pharmacy to open or for existing colleges and schools of pharmacy to increase their class sizes. This article represents the assessment of a new school of pharmacy's evaluation of staffing and practice in its geographic area. OBJECTIVE: This survey represents the first data point within the School of Pharmacy assessment plan and will be repeated at several intervals after the program opens to longitudinally evaluate its impact on pharmacy staffing and services within West Virginia...
September 2006: Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy: RSAP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17066584/-the-concept-and-importance-of-medical-law
#13
Branislava Jakovljević, Dimitrije Segedi
INTRODUCTION: Medical law is a scientific discipline which has not been affirmed in our country, but at law schools in many developed countries it has gained the status of a separate scientific discipline and today it is studied with multidisciplinary cooperation of Schools of Medicine, Schools of Dentistry and Schools of Pharmacy. Generally speaking, medical law concerns the rights and duties of the medical profession. ETHICS AND LEGAL QUESTIONS OF MEDICAL LAW: The progress of scientific research and of new technology used in diagnostics and treatment, opens new fields in terms of responsibility...
March 2006: Medicinski Pregled
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15388817/environmental-health-impacts-occurrence-exposure-and-significance-lancaster-university-uk-9-10-september-2003
#14
Francis L Martin, Kirk T Semple
Speakers: John Ashby (Syngenta CTL, UK), Peter A. Behnisch (Eurofins GfA, Germany), Paul L. Carmichael (Unilever Colworth, UK), Curtis C.Harris (National Cancer Institute, USA), Kevin C. Jones (Lancaster University, UK), Andreas Kortenkamp (School of Pharmacy, London, UK), Caroline J. Langdon (Reading University, UK), Anthony M. Lynch (GlaxoSmithKline, UK), Francis L. Martin (Lancaster University, UK), Trevor J. McMillan (Lancaster University, UK), David H. Phillips (Institute of Cancer Research, UK), Huw J...
September 2004: Mutagenesis
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15098797/the-feasibility-of-implementing-an-evidence-based-core-set-of-clinical-pharmacy-services-in-2020-manpower-marketplace-factors-and-pharmacy-leadership
#15
C A Bond, Cynthia L Raehl, Roland Patry
Development of a national plan to implement a core set of clinical pharmacy services in United States hospitals by 2020 requires assertive leadership from pharmacy organizations and state boards of pharmacy, and a commitment from the profession. Factors that may affect the development are grouped into three areas: manpower, marketplace variables, and pharmacy leadership. Although the number of pharmacy school graduates (7000) was about the same in 1990 and 2000, a greater number of pharmacy schools and high student enrollment, coupled with the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education's acceptance of foreign-trained pharmacists, suggest that the number of pharmacists will increase substantially in the near future...
April 2004: Pharmacotherapy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12197543/-a-study-on-the-size-location-and-medical-function-of-the-jaedong-jejoongwon
#16
H W Park, K L Lee, H J Wang
This is the study of Jaedong Jejoongwon, the first westernized hospital in Korea founded in 1885. To build the groundwork for study of Jejoongwon, its size, location, building structure, and medical functions were studied. At the same time, the history of Jejoongwon, particularly that of the time when there arose a need for its moving and expansion, was studied. Jaedong Jejoongwon was founded in a renovated building. The building was formerly owned by Hong Young-sik, who was killed while leading the Gapsinjungbyun...
June 2000: Ŭi Sahak
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11625153/-history-of-the-facult%C3%A3-libre-de-m%C3%A3-decine-de-lille-from-its-origins-to-the-present-day
#17
J Liefooghe
The catholic University of Lille and its five Faculties, including the "Faculté de médecine et de pharmacie", were grounded by catholic people of the northern France as opposed to scientism, materialism and aggressive atheism of that epoch. Philibert Vrau and his brother in law Camille Feron-Vrau, M.D. names are linked to the founding. From 1876 to 1910, that medical school passed through very difficult years due to a strong anticlerical opposition. World War I diminished the tense atmosphere and the medical school serenely expanded up to 1957...
1997: Histoire des Sciences Médicales
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10268678/hospital-pharmacy-supportive-personnel-utilization-a-regional-survey
#18
COMPARATIVE STUDY
B H Livengood, D H Kay, V J Giannetti
The results of a regional survey of hospital pharmacy supportive personnel (technicians) are presented. The data represents the responses from 118 directors of pharmacy in hospitals within a 150-mile radius of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A high percentage of the hospitals (92.4%) utilize pharmacy technicians in some capacity. In hospitals employing pharmacy technicians, on the average, there is approximately one technician for each pharmacist. The demand for technicians is relative strong with 120 job openings each year because of turnover and new positions...
November 1984: Hospital Pharmacy
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