UMKC students travel throughout Missouri to deliver healthcare
Sometimes learning to be a pharmacist takes place miles away from classrooms, laboratories and textbooks. One of the newest clinical student rotations – Pharm to Farm – takes higher education to rural Missouri farmhouses where students sit down with farmers and ranchers in their living rooms to learn in an entirely different way.
Paul Gubbins made history this year when he became the first Associate Dean hired to lead the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy site at Missouri State University in Springfield.
Professors at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy have long known that Tracy Harlan has a strong connection with patients. But now she’s earned national recognition for her work.