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Medicine Cabinet Makeover

Medicine Cabinet Makeover

Published: Feb 19th, 2014

News4Jax VIDEO (Jan 16): When you open your medicine cabinet, do you find what you need easily or do you just close the door right away? The start of the […]

Student pharmacists visit with congressman to discuss health care, policy

Published: Feb 19th, 2014

Student pharmacists invited a U.S. Congressman to the University of Florida College of Pharmacy on Feb. 7, for an exchange on pharmacy education and national policymaking. As leaders in the […]

Helping patients stay on track with taking prescribed medications

Published: Feb 13th, 2014

For patients prescribed multiple drugs for a variety of chronic health conditions, adherence — staying on track with daily medications — can be challenging, and when doses are missed or […]

Honoring Distinguished Service

Honoring Distinguished Service

Published: Feb 8th, 2014

Graduate Research Professor Emeritus (active) Nicholas Bodor, Ph.D., D.Sc., was honored in February on his 75th birthday for more than 30 years of service to the UF College of Pharmacy. Bodor, executive […]

UF researcher sets age threshold for treatment of viral respiratory infection in preterm infants

UF researcher sets age threshold for treatment of viral respiratory infection in preterm infants

Published: Jan 16th, 2014

A University of Florida pharmacy researcher is the first to establish that 4 months old is the age threshold for preterm babies to receive preventive treatment for a common viral […]

UF health disparities researcher presents inaugural lecture for Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs

Published: Dec 17th, 2013

The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs honored its first featured speaker, a University of Florida pharmacy researcher in health care disparities, in initiation of the annual Dr. Barbara Terry-Koroma Legacy […]

Education and eCommerce: Online Enrollment Shifts Focus from Selectivity to Customer Service

Education and eCommerce: Online Enrollment Shifts Focus from Selectivity to Customer Service

Published: Dec 16th, 2013

Opinion by Ian Tebbett, Ph.D., a professor at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, and director of the UF Forensic Sciences and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Programs. Published by The EvoLLLution online news. […]

UF pharmacy alumnus appointed to lead American Society for Consultant Pharmacists

UF pharmacy alumnus appointed to lead American Society for Consultant Pharmacists

Published: Dec 15th, 2013

Jeffrey C. Delafuente has been installed as 2013-14 president of the American Society for Consultant Pharmacists, an international professional association whose mission is to enhance the quality of care for […]

UF Health IT named to InformationWeek’s top business innovators of 2013, Health Care’s Most Wired

Published: Dec 11th, 2013

University of Florida Health has earned kudos from two national organizations for leading efforts to integrate technology with patient care. UF Health Information Technology has been named one of InformationWeek’s […]

Pharmacy researcher examines harmful effects of combined medication use for mental health therapies in children

Pharmacy researcher examines harmful effects of combined medication use for mental health therapies in children

Published: Nov 19th, 2013

The use of medications to treat mental health conditions in children is on the rise, bringing with it an increase in the combinations of those drugs, an area in which […]