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Expanding co-curricular experiences: global and domestic service projects for pharmacy students

  • At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: BIRNIE, Christine (St. John Fisher College, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rochester, United States)
  • Co-author(s): Christine R Birnie:Pharmaceutical Sciences,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States|Alex DeLucenay:Pharmacy Practice,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States|Melinda Lull:Pharmaceutical Sciences,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States|Amy Parkhill:Pharmaceutical Sciences,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States|Kristine Schwandt:Pharmacy,Rochester Regional Health System,Rochester,United States|Jennifer Mathews:Pharmaceutical Sciences,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States|Lipika Chablani:Pharmaceutical Sciences,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States|Keith DelMonte:Pharmacy Practice,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States|Ramil Sapinoro:Pharmaceutical Sciences,St. John Fisher College,Rochester,United States
  • Abstract:

    With the increased focus on diversity and globalization in the pharmacy profession, the need for additional co-curricular international and domestic projects has grown.  Service projects provide students and faculty the opportunity to develop clinical skills in diverse settings while caring for underserved patients, experiencing another culture..

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Last update 4 October 2019

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