A huge welcome to our new residents, Alexis DiMario and Alana Dube! Alexis DiMario joins us …
Maine Pharmacists Granted Provider Status
On June 10, 2021, Governor Janet Mills signed a bill that granted pharmacists provider status. This comes on the heels of a pandemic, in which pharmacists reminded the nation of their importance on the health care team.
From assisting in the production of masks to helping pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacy interns acquire a license to vaccinate, the School of Pharmacy has worked to keep Maine healthy. Here is a recap of just some of the ways that the School of Pharmacy met community needs throughout the pandemic.
A Student’s Experience of Interprofessional Education
Makayla Nadeau, UNE pharmacy student, shares why interprofessional education matters to her.
Coronavirus Vaccination Efforts at UNE’s School of Pharmacy
Throughout the state of Maine, organizations and individuals are working to rapidly disperse COVID-19 vaccines to the most at-risk populations. As a majority health professions school, UNE has strategically and spontaneously taken action to care for communities in Maine.
What do you wish you knew before starting pharmacy school?
P3 pharmacy student, Katalin Gosling shares what she wishes she could have told herself before applying and starting school for her Pharm.D.
2020-2021 Student Mentors (part 2)
Meet the rest of the School of Pharmacy’s peer mentors and read their advice for P1 …
2020-2021 Student Mentors (part 1)
P1 students have the opportunity to learn from older peers as they navigate their first year …
Introducing…Dr. Hailey Choi
After completing a residency in ambulatory care, Dr. Hailey Choi completed an Academic and Research Fellowship …
Why does interprofessional education matter?
First, let’s start with the necessary question: what is interprofessional education? The World Health Organization states, …