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Alumni    Diversity    Pharmacy

Alum Puts a Fresh Spin on Patient Education

Pharmacists are known for being medication experts who take their role of patient education seriously. 2012 PharmD alum James Delk has created a way to make that serious message, well, fresh.


Author Lori Westermann | Publish Date February 10, 2021
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Alumni    Pharmacy

Alumnus prescribes two doses: medication and music

Dr. Corey Craig doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to balancing his pharmacy career with his love of music. During a recent interview, Corey shared his thoughts on pursuing a career in pharmacy and provided insight on managing the time as a nuclear pharmacist and a professional DJ.


Author Jaron Bryant | Publish Date January 28, 2021
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COVID-19    Students    Vaccinations    Pharmacy

Pharmacy Students Step Up to Stamp Out COVID-19

The Experiential Office at the CU Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is a model for hands-on pharmacy programs across the nation. Known for providing clinical opportunities starting in the first year of pharmacy school, the program is used to activating students to respond to community needs. In a normal year, those requests are generally along the lines of providing wellness checks or administering flu vaccines, but this year the stakes are higher and the request much more urgent.


Author Lori Westermann | Publish Date January 20, 2021
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School of Pharmacy In the News

Denver 7

The US spends a lot on prescription medications. Here's what Colorado is doing to help you pay less

news outletDenver 7
Publish DateDecember 28, 2020

Gina Moore, an associate professor for CU Pharmacy and the former president of the Colorado Pharmacist Society, spoke about the cost of prescription medications in the US and what Colorado is doing to lower those costs.

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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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