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University of Connecticut SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

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

Department of Pharmacy Practice

The Department of Pharmacy Practice is a leader in teaching, scholarship and public engagement. We serve the public, the profession, and improve the quality of healthcare by: preparing future pharmacists to be compassionate and effective healthcare leaders; providing continuing professional development for current pharmacists; providing health maintenance and promoting disease prevention; providing care for the sick; educating patients, caregivers and healthcare colleagues on the optimal use of medications; engaging in collaborative and innovative scholarly activities; and leading professional and advocacy organizations.

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    Our students can pursue a specialized programs of study preparing them for working with under-served populations, enhancing leadership skills, or focusing on pediatric patients.  These “tracks” enrich their rigorous coursework in the practice of pharmacy.

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    Our research improves patient care, helps reduce costs, and advances pharmacy practice.  Our students are regular presenters at national conferences and meetings.

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    Our faculty perform service locally, nationally, and internationally.

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    Our students helped Connecticut residents obtain health care coverage under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Access Health CT, Connecticut’s health exchange.

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    Faculty members provide clinical care at sites around the State of Connecticut.

Faculty Spotlight

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How Persistence With Anticoagulants Can Help Save Lives

Craig I. Coleman, Pharm.D., discussed with Adam Hochron, a recent study looking at some of the more popular anticoagulants on the market and how effective they are when patients follow the recommended dosage, and also what it can mean when the prescription is not followed. The topic was presented during the American Heart Association’s annual [...]

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69 N Eagleville Rd
Storrs, CT 06269
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