Acute Care Simulation Builds Students’ Interprofessional Health Care Skills
College of Health Sciences held its annual Acute Care Simulation, large-scale event designed to build students’ knowledge and skills to not only care for their patients but to also work together as an interprofessional health care team. Over the course of two days, roughly 250 students, representing programs in each of the college’s four schools, participated.
Alumnus introduces the first telemedicine kiosk within an Alabama pharmacy
“As an owner of an independent pharmacy, my goal is to be a health care destination. We’re located in a rural community, but I want my patients to have all of the amenities and services that bigger cities have to offer. This is what drives me to offer new things,” said Cole Sandlin, a 2008 alumnus of Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy.
American College of Clinical Pharmacy Executive Director Discusses Professional Transformation
Samford University welcomed Michael S. Maddux, executive director of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy to speak as part of the McWhorter School of Pharmacy Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
Pharmacy Students Administer Approximately 5,000 Vaccines During Pharmacy Practice Experience
Committed to empowering students with confidence, compassion and knowledge, Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy provides opportunities for students to practice their knowledge and skills in a real-world setting through introductory pharmacy practice experience (IPPE) courses.
Social Work and Pharmacy Students Work Hand-in-hand in Tanzania
It can be easy to list the differences between a social worker and a pharmacist, but through a unique opportunity to travel to Tanzania this summer, students in Samford University’s School of Public Health and McWhorter School of Pharmacy were able to discover their two professions are more alike than they thought.
McWhorter School of Pharmacy Announces Formation of Community Pharmacy Advancement Council
Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy is proud to announce the formation of its Community Pharmacy Advancement Council. The purpose of the council is to bring together community pharmacy leaders to exchange ideas, advise the school and offer guidance and mentorship to students.
White Coat Ceremony Honors First-Year McWhorter School of Pharmacy Students
Members of Samford University's McWhorter School of Pharmacy Class of 2022 were recognized during the school’s annual White Coat ceremony, Sept. 28, at Shades Mountain Baptist Church. The ceremony included a presentation of a white coat to each student and students reciting the American Pharmacists Association's Pledge of Professionalism.
College of Health Sciences hosts Samford Preceptor Development Summit
Samford University’s College of Health Sciences held a continuing education program specifically for health care professions who serve as preceptors or manage a clinical unit or department where students in the college’s four schools participate in clinical rotations.
Samford Partners with Alacare for Annual Palliative Care Conference
Samford University’s Center for Faith and Health partnered with Alacare Home Health and Hospice to host the annual Palliative Care Conference, Sept 27, on Samford’s campus.
Samford Family Weekend Draws Parents From 30 States
Samford families from 30 states and multiple countries enjoyed a variety of campus activities during the annual Family Weekend Sept. 14-16. Several thousand family members, students, faculty and staff took part in the schedule that ranged from college classes for parents, to tailgating, football and a hymn sing.
Samford Names Daniel Callahan of The Hastings Center its 2018 Pellegrino Medal Recipient
Samford University’s Center for Faith and Health and Healthcare Ethics and Law Institute are proud to announce Daniel Callahan, cofounder and president emeritus of The Hastings Center, as this year’s recipient of the Edmund Pellegrino Medal for Healthcare Ethics.
Cross, Cates, Paine Win Awards at Samford Opening Convocation
Carol Ann Vaughn Cross, assistant professor in the Department of Geography and Sociology, Marshall Cates, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice, and Jan Paine, director of undergraduate student services in Ida Moffett School of Nursing received top faculty and staff awards at Samford's opening convocation of the fall semester.
Registration Open for 2018 Healthcare Ethics and Law Conference
Registration is now open for Samford’s Healthcare Ethics and Law Conference. This year’s conference will take place on Friday, Sept. 7 and discuss the topic, “The Ethics of Access to Health Care: Are We Doing Too Much or Too Little?”
Samford's Sanders and Hogue Named to Alabama Healthcare Hall of Fame
Nena F. Sanders, vice provost of Samford's College of Health Sciences and Ralph W. Beeson Dean and professor of Ida Moffett School of Nursing, and Michael Hogue, professor and associate dean of the Center for Faith and Health, have been named to the Alabama Healthcare Hall of Fame.
Samford’s Patricia Naro Named Top 50 Over 50 by Positive Maturity Inc.
Patricia Naro, associate professor and director of experiential education at Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy has been named Top 50 Over 50, class of 2018 by Positive Maturity Inc.,
Hogue Named President-Elect of American Pharmacists Association
Michael Hogue, professor of pharmacy and associate dean of Samford University’s Center for Faith and Health, has been named president-elect of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) after a national election.
Samford Pharmacy Names Two New Department Chairs
Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy has announced the appointment of two new department chairs.
Samford Celebrates Historic Milestones During Spring Commencement
Samford University celebrated several historic milestones during spring commencement activities, including the largest graduating class in the university’s 176-year history.