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A new set of hooves

As I mentioned in my blog post about saying goodbye to Jack, when one door closes, another opens. While I bid ado to my friend, I said hello to a new one. 374 more words


APhA’s Lead360 Program

A graduate of Oregon State University, Ashok Pinnamaraju holds a PhD in pharmacy and possesses more than 10 years of experience in the field. The owner of Williamson Road Pharmacy in Roanoke, Virginia, Ashok Pinnamaraju stays abreast of changes in the field through his membership in organization such as the… 160 more words

Ashok Pinnamaraju

11/10/18 - American Public Health Association Annual Meeting

The 2018 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Expo will take place Nov. 10-14, 2018, in San Diego and focuses on the theme “Creating the Healthiest Nation: Health Equity Now.” 30 more words



Contributed by: UCSOP Class of 2020, APhA-ASP, ASHP

It is a tradition here at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy for student pharmacists to celebrate American Pharmacist Month by advocating for the profession of pharmacy and the valuable role pharmacist play in community out reach. 265 more words

American Pharmacists Month

Making A Mark in Pharmacy: George F. Archambault

George Francis Archambault was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on April 29, 1909 and died on January 1, 2001. After working for a local pharmacy in Springfield he decided to take his career a step further and attend the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy where he completed his curriculum of study to receive his graduate of pharmacy (PhG). 479 more words


Newsletter - APHA - Community Health Planning and Policy Development Section

The latest newsletter from the American Public Health Association – Community Health Planning and Policy Development Section.

Excerpt from: CHPPD memorandum and announcing newsletter:

“Greetings CHPPD Section (Community Health Planning and Policy Development), Newsletter 2017-volume 2 (002)- American Public health Association… 52 more words


Adopting battery hens

By Luke Andrews
Defining our crazy new family members

A naked chicken bobs across the garden. She has no feathers, except a few tattered spikes on her wings, making her look almost oven-ready. 542 more words