Lack of Instruction Leads to Decreased Adherence among Glaucoma Patients Lack of Instruction Leads to Decreased Adherence among Glaucoma Patients Glaucoma patients are more than twice as likely to be adherent to their medication regimen if their health-provider tells them how to use their eye drops, according to a recent UNC study led by Betsy Sleath, PhD. Unfortunately, only 14 percent of the patients in the study received any instructions.
Three of World’s Premier Pharmacy Schools Form Landmark Alliance Three of World’s Premier Pharmacy Schools Form Landmark Alliance The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is partnering with Monash University and University College London to transform education and curriculum development, to pursue new and transformative research initiatives, and to enhance professional practice in pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences.
Two DPET Grad Students Win ASCPT Presidential Trainee Award Two DPET Grad Students Win ASCPT Presidential Trainee Award Akinyemi Oni-Orisan, PharmD, and Kevin Watt, MD, have been awarded a 2015 Presidential Trainee Award from the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Only twenty-two awardees are selected out of more than 200 submissions.
Associate Professor Shrewsbury Publishes New Textbook on Compounding Associate Professor Shrewsbury Publishes New Textbook on Compounding Compounding expert and associate professor Robert Shrewsbury, PhD, has published the third and newest edition of his textbook on compounding, Applied Pharmaceutics and Contemporary Compounding.
Marciniak, Moose Recognized with APhA Awards Marciniak, Moose Recognized with APhA Awards Macary Marciniak and Joe Moose received 2015 APhA awards recognizing the outstanding work guiding students. Marciniak was named Outstanding Chapter Adviser, and Moose won the Community Pharmacy Residency Excellence in Precepting Award
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