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Notes from the Dean

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This year the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and the University of the Pacific are celebrating a milestone. Sixty years ago the School of Pharmacy admitted the first class of 16 students with the promise that, by providing an outstanding education, they would become practice-ready pharmacists. The School’s founders also made a promise to society that, through innovative research, we would contribute to the provision of quality patient care in our community.

As I reflect on the success of our students and faculty, the leadership of our alumni and the continually expanding network that is the Pacific PaHS Family over the last 60 years I realize we are celebrating the fulfillment of those promises and our renewed commitment to them.

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Phillip Oppenheimer Phillip R. Oppenheimer, Pharm. D. Professor and Dean

Thomas J. Long
School of Pharmacy
and Health Sciences

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April 30, 2016

PPAA Alumni and Friends Breakfast at CPhA

The Pacific Pharmacy Alumni Association invites you to mingle with faculty, students, alumni and friends at the Alumni and Friends Breakfast at CPhA. ***Please note changes to the ticket purchasing.*** This year the School will be hosting our breakfast at the CPhA West Coast Pharmacy Exchange. To attend the breakfast, you must purchase your ticket […]

April 30, 2016

PSLPAA Alumni & Friends Breakfast at CSHA

Pacific Speech-Language Pathology Alumni Association invites you to mingle with faculty, students, alumni & friends at the Alumni & Friends Breakfast at CSHA April 30, 2016 7:00 – 8:15 AM Hilton Anaheim Room: Avalon 777 W. Convention Way Anaheim, CA 92802 R.S.V.P. on the web at bit.ly/ppslpaa_csha_043016 Event capacity is limited. For more information contact […]

May 20, 2016

Annual Graduation Banquets

In honor of the graduates of University of the Pacific Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Dean Phillip Oppenheimer invites you to join us in recognizing the achievements of the Doctor of Pharmacy Class of 2016 Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2015 and the Speech-Language Pathology Class of 2016 Friday, May […]

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Can you predict if a student will be successful in graduate school even before they step foot in a classroom? That is the question that Larry Boles, PhD, CCC-SLP Graduate Director and Professor of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology wanted answered. He presented a poster entitled, “Predicting Graduate School Success” outlining the finding of his research […]

“Human subjects research is a human process conducted with other human beings,” said Todd Davenport, DPT, MPH, OCS Associate Professor of Physical Therapy. “Human subject based research gives us a chance to explore questions that are specific and meaningful to people.” Dr. Davenport has been appointed co-chair of the University’s Institutional Review Board (IRB). The […]

Continuing Education

Postgraduate Professional Education: Assisting PaHS Alumni in Advancing their Practice

The Office of Postgraduate Professional Education sponsors and co-sponsors regional, statewide, and distance learning programs dedicated to providing a range of educational programs that promote pharmaceutical, physical therapy and speech-language care that maximizes patient health outcomes and encourages collaborative practices.