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Samford Hosts International Pharmacy Scholars Conference

Pharmacy students from all over the world gather at the conference to study concepts of clinical pharmacy and patient care in the United States. 

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Samford to Host Biennial Exhale Conference

Samford University’s Center for Faith and Health and Congregational Health Ministry program will host the Exhale Conference, July 28–29, focusing on how to sustain joy in the midst of trials. 

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Alumna Partners with McWhorter School of Pharmacy to Create First Community Pharmacy Residency with CVS Health

Samford’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy and CVS Health are official partners in the establishment of CVS’s first postgraduate year one (PGY1) community pharmacy residency program. 

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St. Vincent’s Health System Celebrates Opening of New Education Center at Samford

Students in Samford’s College of Health Sciences will benefit from the new Ascension St. Vincent’s Education Center opening on campus. 

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Samford Hosts Pharmacy Bulldog Camp

Forty-eight high school juniors, seniors and incoming college freshman attended Samford University’s Pharmacy Bulldog Camp, a unique summer camp that provided an immersive experience into the world of pharmacy. 

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Hogue Featured in ‘bMetro’ Story About Pharmacists and the National Opioid Epidemic

Michael Hogue, associate dean for Samford University’s Center for Faith and Health and professor in McWhorter School of Pharmacy, is featured in the June issue of ‘bMetro’ magazine.  

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Message from Dean Michael Crouch on Alabama HB170

McWhorter School of Pharmacy Dean Michael Crouch applauds the actions of the Alabama State Legislature and passage of HB170, which has now officially become law. The new law defines pharmacists as health care providers and it is an important step to help pharmacists improve patient care in this great state.