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Archive for October 2011


Dean's Blog

Continuing education classes through Pacific are a great way to get top quality education in a variety of formats.

Continuing Education

  • Posted:October 13, 2011
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  1. October 23,2011 at 9:02 am: Phil Oppenheimer
    Robert, Thank you for your kind comments, the success of the School really rests with an outstanding faculty and staff in partnership with a loyal and supportive alumni family. I appreciate your recommendations regarding creating a more robust continuing education program. Watch for our online CE program to be launched in February as well as the revival of the Pharmat program (written by our own faculty) to be available in January. I hope you will let me know what you think as we get these new programs up and running. -Phil
  2. October 17,2011 at 8:59 pm: Robert Chan '77
    My only experience is with the UOP Pharmacy CE's and they are high quality. But as a Brand or Trademark, the school would greatly benefit with a larger and wider library. I realize that with each CE created, it takes investment of people, domain expertise, time, and expenses. Many of the other California established pharmacy schools have many years of "CE head start" and have established their Brand. TJL School of Pharmacy has made taken leaps under the professional leadership Dean Oppenheimer. Many of these leaps needed to be aggressive, but they always found their target and often exceeded the objectives beyond our dreams. As a result, UOP School of Pharmacy from the 70's (my decade) has been transformed from average to "best in class". I think the school needs to apply the same investments and aggressive application of resources to yield the same recognition of its Brand to its Pharmacy CE library (and other schools). I go to CPha Outlook every year for consistantly high quality CEs and aways a broad selection of practice areas to meet my changing professional needs and appetites. I would like to see in 2013 that every catagory would have one TJL Pharmacy CE selectable choice.

News

The Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy’s ASP Board collaborated with Pandora Internet Radio to create a short audio advertisement to convey the important role pharmacists play in individual health care.

October is American Pharmacists Month

  • Posted:October 10, 2011
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News

By: Dua Moua ‘09 Pacific’s American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Academy of Student Pharmacists (ASP) was awarded the Innovative Chapter of the Year award in March 2011 at the APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition in Seattle. This is the second year in a row for ASP Pacific. The award recognizes the single chapter that has excelled […]

ASP Takes Home APhA Innovation Chapter of the Year Award Two Years in a Row

  • Posted:October 09, 2011
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Outreach

The Drug Awareness Committee (DAC) is a student organization at Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences that focuses on medication therapy management for seniors, and raising drug awareness for people of all ages. DAC participated in March Madness by hosting Medication Therapy Management, MTM, sessions in Stockton and Lodi, participated in VN […]

Students Take a Spin Off March Madness

  • Posted:October 08, 2011
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News

By: Barrett Smith ’13 On April 12, 2011 approximately 175 pharmacists and student pharmacists, including four students and two faculty members from University of the Pacific’s Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, gathered near the State Capitol in Sacramento. These healthcare professionals were all members of the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists […]

Pharmacy Legislative Day Encourages Students to Take Action

  • Posted:October 08, 2011
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