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Pharm to Farm

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 […]

A Q&A with Paul Gubbins: First Associate Dean at Springfield Site

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. Gubbins, PharmD, who is also a vice chair and professor in the UMKC Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, began work in January at […]

Tracy Harlan Earns National Recognition for Patient Care

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. Harlan – a PharmD candidate for 2014 – earned the One-to-One Patient Counseling Recognition Program award for going beyond expectations to provide outstanding patient […]

UMKC School of Pharmacy Plays Major Role in National Drug Take Back Day

Last year, the school was recognized as best student volunteer program in region. Students from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy will partner with the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Kanas City Police Department on April 26 for National Drug Take Back Day, promoting safe drug disposal and educating the public about the […]

Three-Peat! Pharmacy Students Voted Among Best in the Nation

A University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy student group has been named among the best in the country for the third year in a row. The UMKC chapter of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) was in the Top 10 out of 129 APhA-ASP chapters, announced recently at the American Pharmacists […]

Team Healthcare

Hospital Hill Campus interprofessional education class activity focused on patient safety Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the U.S., according to a 2013 study. Better teamwork is a way to ensure the safety of patients – and University of Missouri-Kansas City health professions educators are leading that charge. “As healthcare providers […]

Go Tigeroos!

UMKC School of Pharmacy students get the best of both worlds at Mizzou Officially they’re Kangaroos. But when the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy at the University of Missouri opened in 2005, the students needed a crafty way to clarify their newfound status to fellow college students. They were registered students of UMKC. […]

Students Deliver Flu Shots

The impact of the deadly flu virus has been lessened on campus this winter, thanks in part to the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy students. They worked alongside School of Nursing and Health Studies students and others to conduct the flu shot clinics as part of the Healthy for Life program. Students provided […]

Close to Home: School of Pharmacy offers several locations to serve communities throughout Missouri

Amanda Cook dreamed of being a pharmacist for years. But there was a catch: The high school chemistry teacher in Houston, MO didn’t want to be a pharmacist just anywhere. Cook envisioned herself helping friends, family and neighbors in rural Missouri. She didn’t want to live in a big city. When Cook was accepted to […]

Coming this fall: the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy in Springfield.

Work is nearly complete on efforts to transform a historic Brick City building in Springfield into the third site for the School PharmD program. Plans call for the site to open in August 2014, pending approval by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. The new site will allow students to register in the UMKC School […]