Posted on April 3, 2013 in Pharmacy, Students
Campbell University’s Kappa Epsilon chapter, Alpha Rho, recently established a scholarship at the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. The pharmacy fraternity pledged $30,000 to give KE members financial support for their post-graduate education.
“There are so many individuals that put in their time and effort by volunteering and attending events. We figured it would be a way to show our members that we really care about what they do,” said KE President Lauren Turner.
Posted on February 11, 2013 in Clinical Research, PA Program, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy, Students
Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences hosted its annual scholarship luncheon on Sat., Feb. 9, giving students the opportunity to thank the donors who help fund their education.
Donors provided over $240,000 in scholarships this year, giving financial assistance to more than 115 post-graduate students in the College’s pharmacy, physician assistant practice, pharmaceutical sciences and clinical research programs.
Posted on February 4, 2013 in PA Program, Public Health, Students
Nearly 100 underserved children from Harnett County received free dental and medical care on Saturday, Feb. 2, at a clinic organized by Campbell University’s Public Health and Physician Assistant programs.
The one-day event set up twelve dental chairs in the Harnett County Commons Area in Lillington, N.C., providing free exams, cleanings, sealants, and fluoride treatments for children who do not have dental insurance or receive Medicaid funding.
Posted on January 24, 2013 in Pharmacy, Students
Campbell University’s Kappa Psi chapter will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend during the pharmacy fraternity’s regional meeting in Buies Creek. Nearly 200 guests are expected to attend.
“We have members coming from pharmacy schools all over the Atlantic Province,” said Jordan Ballou, regent of Campbell’s Kappa Psi chapter and second-year pharmacy student. “A group of Campbell alumni are also attending the meeting to help us celebrate.”
Posted on January 22, 2013 in PA Program, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Public Health, Students
Campbell University’s health science students will soon have the opportunity to train alongside each other in the classroom and during clinical rotations.
A pilot project for the new Interprofessional Education Program was held at the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences last week. Over fifty pharmacy, physician assistant and public health students worked together in teams to interview a standardized patient, identify the diagnosis and create a treatment plan.