I think girls everywhere would like to see the day when we do not talk about great women scientists but just great scientists. Being a woman shouldn’t make your achievements any more or less impressive ~ Serena Piervincenzi
Two students from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy and the University of Maryland Baltimore School of Pharmacy, report on their summer internship at USP sharing their experiences, lessons learned and hopes for a bright future career impacting public health.
Dr. Maya Guncheva, a USP visiting scientist from Institute of Organic Chemistry, Centre of Phytochemistry at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences provides a brief account of her research interests, what brought her from Bulgaria to Rockville, and the highlights of her experience at USP.
Find out answers to important questions about your medications during a special live Twitter Chat “Medication Safety 101: Usage, Storage, and Disposal” on March 23. Hosted by the Alliance for Aging Research, in partnership with NCPIE, the Acetaminophen Awareness Coalition, the American Association of Poison Control Centers, and the CHPA Educational Foundation, this online discussion aims to answer common patient questions on how to safely choose, take, store, and dispose of OTC medications.
Learn about unique career paths in pharmacy. APhA CEO Thomas Menighan discusses his personal journey in pharmacy and provides insight into non-traditional roles for pharmacists highlighted in the new, free webinar series Careers Beyond the Pharmacy Counter.
New USP General Chapter <800> Hazardous Drugs—Handling in Healthcare Settings provides consistent standards for the handling of hazardous drugs in healthcare settings to help minimize exposure to healthcare workers, avoid unintended and repeated exposures, and reduce the potential for adverse consequences.