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Colorado Experts, Including CU Pharmacy Professor, Prepare ‘Blueprint’ for Opioid Litigation Settlements


Professor Rob Valuck

Colorado experts in combatting substance abuse are recommending ways cities, counties, and the state could use dollars anticipated from the settlement of lawsuits against companies and individuals involved in fostering the opioid crisis. In a report released December 5, experts recommend ways community and state leaders can put the money to use quickly and effectively.


Author Michael Davidson | Publish Date December 17, 2019
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School of Pharmacy In the News

The Colorado Sun

As HIV infection rates rise in Colorado, pharmacies can now prescribe preventative pills

news outletThe Colorado Sun
Publish DateNovember 18, 2020

Julie Malhotra, along with Emily Zadvorny, discussed the importance of this therapy and pharmacists’ role in delivering it with the Colorado Sun. The CU Pharmacy Continuing Education Office is offering the mandatory training that pharmacists must complete before administering the drug.

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Denver 7

Pharmacists can prescribe HIV prevention meds

news outletDenver 7
Publish DateNovember 13, 2020

Emily Zadvorny, faculty member at CU Pharmacy explained to Channel 7 News that as of Nov. 14 pharmacists in the state of Colorado can now prescribe and administer PrEP and PEP HIV treatment. This Colorado Protocol is further example of the expanding role of pharmacists across the state and around the world.

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CPR

Colorado Patients Can Now Get Preventative HIV Medications From Pharmacists

news outletCPR
Publish DateNovember 12, 2020

Emily Zadvorny, executive director of the Colorado Pharmacists Society and faculty member at CU School of Pharmacy spoke with CPR about a new protocol that makes Colorado one of the first states to allow pharmacists to prescribe PrEP and PEP, preventative HIV medications. 

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Health Day

After Heart Attack, Pot Smoking Raises Post-Op Dangers

news outletHealth Day
Publish DateNovember 10, 2020

Robert Page, professor at CU Pharmacy, spoke with Health Day regarding the potential side effects of pot. "I treat cannabis as a pharmacist just like I would any other medication, and when you prescribe any medication, it's going to have drug interactions and side effects," he said.

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