Duke University Hospital Chief Pharmacy Officer to deliver commencement speech

Duke University Hospital’s Chief Pharmacy Officer, Paul Bush, will deliver the keynote address at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ 25th hooding and commencement exercises.

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Public Health sponsors Dash for the Stache 5K

Students from the Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ Public Health Association drew on their best mustaches for the inaugural Dash for the Stache 5K on Saturday, November 2.

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Health Sciences students bring health education to rural population

Students from the pharmacy, physician assistant and public health departments at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences held a health education fair in conjunction with the migrant farm workers clinic at Benson Area Medical Center on Thursday evening, October 3. This fair is part of a series of student-led community healthcare awareness events that focus on prevention and wellness.

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Campbell pharmacy alum encourages students to make a difference

Ron Smith, chief operating officer of Biologics and Campbell pharmacy grad, welcomed new and returning students to Buies Creek at the College’s annual Convocation ceremony today.

Smith reflected on the first Convocation ceremony he attended at Campbell nearly twenty years ago. He still remembered the advice that Dr. Jack Watts gave to his incoming class, the class of 1998. Watts shared that they were entering healthcare at a wonderful time, that Campbell would equip them to be leaders in their industry, and they were there to make a difference in people’s lives.

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PA Program hosts second annual health fair at Buies Creek Elementary School

To promote healthy living in the community, students and faculty from Campbell University’s PA Program recently held a health fair for the fourth and fifth grade classes at Buies Creek Elementary School teaching them about physical activity, healthy eating, and how to live a healthy lifestyle.

"Last year’s inaugural PA class of 2013 started the now annual event in an attempt to get involved in the local community. As the second PA class at Campbell, we felt that it was important to continue this initiative in hopes of improving the health status of our community,” said Rahul Desai, first-year PA student who was the lead organizer for the event.

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