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Curriculum revisions reignite innovative spirit

The last time the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ doctor of pharmacy curriculum committee was charged with building a new curriculum, the year was 1985 and it was the only program in the School of Pharmacy at Campbell University. It was unlike anything else in the state,  offering a progressive PharmD-only curriculum. Thirty years later, a team of eight faculty and three student pharmacists are at the drawing board revisiting curriculum requirements to continue the legacy of innovation for Campbell pharmacists.  

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CPHS Alumni Association hits the road

The Office of Alumni Relations at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS) does not let the secluded location of Buies Creek stop it from making connections and showing appreciation to Campbell’s pharmacy and health sciences alumni in North Carolina. 

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Campbell University announces first alumnus elected to the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy

J. Andrew “Andy” Bowman, PharmD ’93, director of continuing professional education and assistant clinical professor of pharmacy practice for Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, was announced as the newest member of the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy on Wednesday, June 24.

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Physician Assistant students excel in simulated emergency incident

The Campbell University Physician Assistant Program, in collaboration with other university departments and area volunteers, demonstrated a simulated mass casualty incident on Saturday, June 20. The exercise was a student-driven component of the Emergency Medicine course in the program’s curriculum. 

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Physician Assistant students support Make-A-Wish of Eastern North Carolina

Campbell University’s Physician Assistant Program held its 3rd Annual Make-A-Wish Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 6, to benefit the Eastern North Carolina chapter of the foundation.  This year’s $5,500 donation increased the overall total of money raised by Campbell PA students for Make-A-Wish of Eastern North Carolina to $15,500.

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