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Dean Paul Larrat urged graduates to always “act to maintain that trust” patients need to have for their pharmacists as they embark on their careers after 165 of them received their degrees Sunday, May 20, in the Mackal Field House. “There’s a psychological component to all medications,” Larrat told the group in his closing remarks […]
URI College of Pharmacy Dean Paul Larrat urged graduates to “unfocus and think large” as he congratulated students receiving Masters of Science in Pharmaceutical Studies and Doctor of Philosophy and Pharmaceutical Sciences degrees during the college’s annual “Hooding Ceremony” May 18. “I urge you to unfocus occasionally; pull back and look at the big picture […]
The College of Pharmacy celebrated its out-going seniors in the Pharmaceutical Sciences program and honored the professional mentors who have helped students transition into careers in the pharmacy industry during a reception at the Alumni Center Wednesday. College of Pharmacy Dean Paul Larrat and Provost Donald DeHayes joined fucalty members in thanking the mentors, congratulating […]
Paige Ethier recognized for “excellence in public health pharmacy” by US Public Health Service URI College of Pharmacy student Paige Ethier has earned national recognition for her commitment to public health and her work with underserved populations from the United State Public Health Service. Lt. Jessica Newman presented the P4 student with the Excellence in […]
The Face of Pharmacy Day educates leaders on pharmacists’ roles, issues important to the profession Dozens of URI Pharmacy students joined several faculty members and Dean Paul Larrat at the 14th annual Face of Pharmacy Day at the Rhode Island Statehouse April 4. Created by the Rhode Island Pharmacist’s Association, the Face of Pharmacy Day […]
Whether it’s studying new medications to treat Alzheimer’s disease, helping develop vaccines that aim to prevent the debilitating disease, or educating the next generation of elder care professionals, few have done more to advance the medical care of older adults than Dr. John Stoukides. As director of Geriatrics at Roger Williams Medical Center, Roger Williams […]
By Allie Lewis Bringing attention to differences in access and availability of healthcare across socioeconomic groups, the University of Rhode Island’s College of Pharmacy will host a Health Disparities Awareness Day April 6. The event will highlight health disparities in Rhode Island, as well as the rest of the country. It will help provide a […]
With an emphasis on caring for and advocating for the patients they are tasked with serving, pharmacists from around the region gathered in Newport recently for the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy’s annual “Seminar By the Sea” conference. The conference — March 14-16 at Gurney’s Newport Resort and Marina, 1 Goat Island, Newport […]
Six weeks of yoga and meditation proved a potent prescription for students who participated in a recent College of Pharmacy study.
Colleges of Pharmacy, Health Sciences take part in fair hosted by George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience The second University of Rhode Island Brain Fair offered the public a chance to discover firsthand the amazing capabilities of our brains and explore brain health and science through creative activities. The URI Brain Fair is sponsored […]
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