The Record Fall 2017
The college is part of a nonprofit that received up to $35 million from the FDA for manufacturing sector research initiative.
5.2% of outpatient office visits resulted in antidepressant prescriptions in 2002. By 2012, it had increased to 10.1%.
CoP Alum and New Health and Human Services Commissioner Sets High Goals for Health Care in Indian Country
“I want to work with the public health, medical and tribal leaders and police to bring a dialogue to address
the challenges of the opiate addiction,” Rebecca St. Germaine said. “Not understanding how medication works, what they (medicines) are doing and what they do and don’t do is important.”
This new elective course reviews the role of pharmacists during some of the most challenging and changing times in history, in which students may apply what they learn to enrich pharmacy practice in the future.
Around the Globe
- Students Learn About Pharmacy Practice in Portugal
- Students Look at National Health Policy in the U.S. and Germany
⇒ Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Critical Components of the College’s Success
⇒ Popular Course Engages Students in the Community to Address the Complex Issues of Substance Abuse
⇒ "To Really See": Art Exhibition Opens Eyes to Perception of Medication
⇒ Socks & Sandwiches: A Student's Initiative to Give Back
⇒ Experiential Education Steering Committee Receives Award of Excellence from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
⇒ Saying Goodbye to Dean Marilyn Speedie
⇒ Retreat Helps Students Focus on their Leadership Journey
⇒ White Coat Ceremony for First Year Students
⇒ Becoming a Pharmacist Course
⇒ Stephen Hoag, Former Senior Associate Dean for Duluth, Dies
⇒ Student Elected to National Position to Support American Indians in Science and Engineering
From the Dean
One of my top goals as Dean is to work with you to develop new and enhance existing partnerships to further practice transformation and meet the health care needs of all Minnesotans, particularly those in rural and underserved areas. Read more