For more than 125 years, the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy has been home to innovative researchers who work determinedly to discover, develop and implement new ways to meet the diverse health needs of Minnesota and beyond.
More than 50 percent of physicians experience burnout. One suggested path toward reducing the rate of burnout has been to examine how teamwork can improve satisfaction on primary care teams.
Use of a class of pain drugs called gabapentinoids has increased more than three-fold between 2002 and 2015. Gabapentinoids treat epilepsy, burning pain and neuropathic pain associated with diabetes, fibromyalgia, anxiety and restless legs syndrome.
Joel Farley, PhD, has been named the Peters Endowed Chair in Pharmacy Practice Innovation, effective July 1, 2019.
The three-year award is given to the most promising faculty who have been newly granted both tenure and promotion to associate professor.
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