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University of Connecticut SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

A Tradition of Excellence: Preparing Leaders in Pharmacy and the Pharmaceutical Sciences Since 1925

Experiential Education

The Office of Experiential Education develops and manages introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences. This integral part of pharmacy education represents 30% of the curriculum and provides students the opportunity to apply their classroom and laboratory training in the basic pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice and to solve drug related problems in practice.
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    Students can choose from a variety of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Rotations including the William W. Backus Anticoagulation Clinic.

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    Our students prepare information for the public on a variety of topics.

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    Blood pressure screening is part of an overall patient assessment at Migrant Farm Workers clinics.

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    At community health fairs, students test blood glucose levels, conduct File of Life campaigns, and provide patient counseling.

Spotlight

Phil Bunick Joins the Office of Experiential Education

A longstanding partner in the school’s mission to develop the pharmacists of the future, Philip “Phil” Bunick, joined the Office of Experiential Education in the role of field coordinator on Friday, February 5. Bunick had a long career in pharmacy which included service as director of pharmacy in four health systems. He served as a […]

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69 N Eagleville Rd
Storrs, CT 06269
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