The Fall 2020 edition of PharmDigest features the latest PCOM School of Pharmacy student council news.
Joseph Monplaisir, Class of 2021, describes his ambulatory care pharmacy experience as a 4th-year pharmacy student.
Brent Rollins, PhD, RPh, associate professor of pharmacy practice, shares encouraging and uplifting advice for pharmacy students.
A four part virtual series will teach medical students and faculty members using online lectures, group practice and tutors.
The Early Assurance Program grants GSW students early entry into PCOM Georgia's PharmD program.
Jeffrey Clark, Diana Tran and Maya Watford will serve on committees that support PharmD student benefits and address diversity issues.
Founded in 2010, the four-year program allows students to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree as well as pursue a concentration or dual degree.
Pharmacy student Jonathan Park and associate professor Xinyu (Eric) Wang, PhD, will attend the virtual AACP annual meeting in July.
As chair of the forum, Jeffrey Clark (PharmD '21) will serve as a voting student representative to the 55,000 member organization.
Assistant professor Dr. Varner shares her experiences as an educator and offers advice to those considering careers in pharmacy.
Dr. Champion, assistant professor in the department of pharmacy practice at PCOM Georgia, offers advice for students considering careers in pharmacy.
PCOM Georgia's Dr. Khaki explains how a career in pharmacy education allows her to work in simultaneously in academics and healthcare.
The conventions allow pharmacists and students to network with fellow Georgian health professionals and learn about the field's newest technologies and products.
Three PCOM School of Pharmacy students were chosen as interns to tour the facility and learn about residencies and career opportunities.
PCOM Georgia's Zeta Rho Chapter won 'Top Performing Chapter' at the pharmaceutical fraternity's annual meeting.