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Samford in the News – Week of Feb. 18, 2013

Posted by Chandra Splond on 2013-02-25

Hogue Addresses Medication Reconciliation

Michael D. Hogue, chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and an associate professor at the McWhorter School of Pharmacy, believes the MedSnap ID system will be invaluable in helping health care providers identify medications patients are taking. “This is a potentially valuable tool for medication reconciliation and should allow clinicians to more accurately capture the drugs a patient is really taking rather than relying on recall,” Hogue said in a recent story in Pharmacy Practice News.


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Grad Student Ferniany Pleads for Gifted Education

In a recent issue of Education Week, Dylan Ferniany looks at the tragic shootings in Sandy Hook, Connecticut from a different perspective: Amidst the conversations about guns, violence, mental health, and the other critical policy levers, the importance of high quality gifted-education initiatives should also be heard, she writes.

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Former Samford Players Train Together

Current minor league baseball and former Samford Bulldogs baseball players Michael Gunter, Josh Martin, Brad Moss, and Grant Sides trained together on the Samford campus as they prepared for spring training. They were featured in a story distributed by Birmingham’s NBC affiliate.


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