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Medication Adherence and Safety and the Script Your Future Challenge.

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Tonight we are discussing the importance Medication Adherence and Safety and the Script Your Future Challenge.

From January 15 to March 16, 2018, an interdisciplinary student team from the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy (UCSOP), nursing, and physician assistant are participating and sponsoring a series of community outreach activities throughout West Virginia and southern Ohio to raise awareness about the health consequences of not taking medication as directed. 

Tonight our guests include: Tyler Leroy is a second year pharmacy student at the University of Charleston's School of Pharmacy.  Nicholas Krepshaw is a full-time 2nd-year Physician Assistant student at the University of Charleston from Cross Lanes, West Virginia. Suzanne Oddo is a second-year Physician Assistant student at the University of Charleston from Haworth, New Jersey. Morgan Hurley is a senior nursing student at the University of Charleston from Fayetteville, West Virginia. 

Forest Of The Rain Productions is an Educational Affairs Organization. Our mission is to expand the voices of the seldom heard in education, fair housing, parental/family engagement, academic research, the business of education and civic involvement.

The University of Charleston School of Pharmacy offers its student pharmacists a technology-infused, dynamic, and rigorous curriculum that prepares graduates to practice in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. Our mission is to prepare pharmacists who will provide comprehensive patient care, to advance the profession through research and advocacy, and to serve the community as leaders in rural health.

 

 

 

 

 

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