Navigation Links
Cardinal Health Supports Future Pharmacists with $1.1 Million Pharmacy Scholarship Program
Date:6/10/2011

DUBLIN, Ohio, June 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its continuing commitment to supporting future pharmacists, Cardinal Health today announced a new college scholarship program, making $1.1 million in scholarship funds available to thirteen pharmacy schools across the United States.

Recipient schools will be endowed with scholarship funding ranging from $50,000 to $125,000.

Five of the thirteen pharmacy schools that received funding were selected because of their commitment to advancing the independent pharmacy profession. These schools offer curricula focused on operating an independent pharmacy; support student-run chapters of the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA); endorse internship and co-op programs with local independent retail pharmacies and demonstrate high post-graduate placement rates in community pharmacy settings.

Several of the selected pharmacy schools have a strong nuclear pharmacy program; and others were selected because of their strong hospital pharmacy programs.

"Cardinal Health serves more than 7,000 community pharmacists across the country, and we're one of the nation's largest employers of nuclear and hospital pharmacists," said Mike Kaufmann, chief executive officer of Cardinal Health's Pharmaceutical segment. "We passionately believe in the essential role pharmacists play in making sure patients receive safe, high quality healthcare. That's why we're proud to partner with some of our nation's best universities to invest in developing tomorrow's pharmacy leaders."

Schools receiving scholarship funding in Cardinal Health's Pharmacy Scholarship Program include:

  • Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at University of the Sciences (Philadelphia, Penn.)
  • Long Island University's Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
  • Ohio Northern University's Raabe College of Pharmacy (Ada, Ohio)
  • East
    '/>"/>

SOURCE Cardinal Health
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine technology :

1. Cardinal Health Releases New Tool to Combat MRSA Infections in Hospitals
2. Stem Cell Breakthrough Advances Science Without Ethical Landmines, Says Cardinal
3. Hydrox Inc., Cardinal Health Issue Nationwide Recall of Alcohol-Free Mouthwash For Hospitals
4. Cardinal Health Completes Enturia Acquisition
5. Cardinal Health Expands PET Nuclear Pharmacy Services to Support Clinical Drug Trials
6. AmeriCares Honors Cardinal Health with Power of Partnership Award
7. Cardinal Health Helps Hospitals Save More Than $20 Million In Pharmaceutical Costs; Connect Low-Income Patients With Affordable Medications
8. Cardinal Health Executives to Speak at Two Investor Events in January
9. Cardinal Health Names Carrie Cox to Board of Directors
10. Cardinal Health Raises Quarterly Dividend By 11 Percent
11. Cardinal Health Supports ACRIN Clinical Trials Evaluating Oncologic Biotracers
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/3/2015)... August 3, 2015 Shire ... today that it has acquired New ... for $300 million. With the acquisition, Shire acquires ... combining 0.6% povidone iodine (PVP-I) and 0.1% dexamethasone), ... of infectious conjunctivitis, an ocular surface condition commonly ...
(Date:8/2/2015)... , Aug. 3, 2015  Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, ... the pivotal TELESTAR Phase 3 clinical trial met ... telotristat etiprate in treating cancer patients with carcinoid ... current standard of care. Telotristat etiprate was discovered ... technology, and is the company,s first discovery to ...
(Date:7/31/2015)... -- More than 1,500 substance abuse prevention and treatment ... Indianapolis Aug. 2-6 for Community Anti-Drug ... . The week-long training, held at the JW Marriott, ... nation,s biggest public health challenges – youth drug use. ... one-of-a-kind intensive training opportunity, offering more than 70 half-day ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Shire Acquires Privately Held Foresight Biotherapeutics Inc., Boosting Ophthalmics Portfolio with Late-Stage Asset 2Shire Acquires Privately Held Foresight Biotherapeutics Inc., Boosting Ophthalmics Portfolio with Late-Stage Asset 3Shire Acquires Privately Held Foresight Biotherapeutics Inc., Boosting Ophthalmics Portfolio with Late-Stage Asset 4Shire Acquires Privately Held Foresight Biotherapeutics Inc., Boosting Ophthalmics Portfolio with Late-Stage Asset 5Shire Acquires Privately Held Foresight Biotherapeutics Inc., Boosting Ophthalmics Portfolio with Late-Stage Asset 6Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Top-Line Results For Pivotal Phase 3 Telotristat Etiprate Study In Cancer Patients With Carcinoid Syndrome 2Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Top-Line Results For Pivotal Phase 3 Telotristat Etiprate Study In Cancer Patients With Carcinoid Syndrome 3Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Top-Line Results For Pivotal Phase 3 Telotristat Etiprate Study In Cancer Patients With Carcinoid Syndrome 4Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Top-Line Results For Pivotal Phase 3 Telotristat Etiprate Study In Cancer Patients With Carcinoid Syndrome 5Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Top-Line Results For Pivotal Phase 3 Telotristat Etiprate Study In Cancer Patients With Carcinoid Syndrome 6Community Leaders From Across The Country Head To Indianapolis For CADCA 2015 Mid-Year Training Institute Aug. 2-6 2
... Medical AB ( http://www.omxgroup.com, OMX: DIAM B; ... http://www.otcqx.com, OTC: ... B)(OTC: DMYDY)announced today that the Swedish Medical Products,Agency (MPA) has ... therapeutic diabetes vaccine Diamyd(R)., (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080314/297194 ), ...
... Onset with SYMBICORT with Improved Lung Function within ... ... WILMINGTON, Del., March 18 Data from a new,study demonstrated ... greater,and faster bronchodilatory effects, or opening of the airways, compared,with ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Diamyd(R) Diabetes Vaccine Receives Approval to Start Phase III Trials in Europe 2Study Compares Bronchodilatory Effects of SYMBICORT(R) and Advair in Adults With Asthma 2Study Compares Bronchodilatory Effects of SYMBICORT(R) and Advair in Adults With Asthma 3Study Compares Bronchodilatory Effects of SYMBICORT(R) and Advair in Adults With Asthma 4
(Date:8/3/2015)... Pass, OR (PRWEB) , ... August 03, 2015 ... ... Northeast California’s Modoc National Forest, to Ahjumawi Lava Springs, California’s northernmost and among ... of California’s largest untapped ground water aquifers, whose main outflow is at Ahjumawi ...
(Date:8/3/2015)... ... August 03, 2015 , ... From 2006-2017 the number ... according to market research compiled for the National Association of Dental Laboratories ( ... Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. As the number of dental laboratories decreases, dentists ...
(Date:8/3/2015)... ... 2015 , ... Constantin Vasilica, 48 from Romania wanted to have an alternative ... many years of suffering and using medications with strong side effects. This had already ... extra time off or wait longer hours in the waiting rooms. Instead, he went ...
(Date:8/3/2015)... ... 03, 2015 , ... The American Institute of Architects ... to collaborate across a wide range of initiatives ranging from code development and ... , “Our combined membership, consisting of practicing design professionals, code officials, and the ...
(Date:8/2/2015)... ... August 03, 2015 , ... A new Phase I research study is ... study is led by Kenneth G. Lucas, M.D. , chief of the division ... with colleagues at Kosair Children’s Hospital and in the UofL Department ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Medicine Lake Aquifer could ease California drought says fresh water advocate Sharon Kleyne – but is this necessary? 2Health News:Medicine Lake Aquifer could ease California drought says fresh water advocate Sharon Kleyne – but is this necessary? 3Health News:Medicine Lake Aquifer could ease California drought says fresh water advocate Sharon Kleyne – but is this necessary? 4Health News:Dental Association Announces Impending Reduction of Dental Laboratories Could Impact Dentists 2Health News:Dental Association Announces Impending Reduction of Dental Laboratories Could Impact Dentists 3Health News:Chinese Health Care Provider Heshoutang Now Give Patients Complimentary Online Healing Options 2Health News:Chinese Health Care Provider Heshoutang Now Give Patients Complimentary Online Healing Options 3Health News:Architects, International Code Council Ink Five-Year Collaborative Agreement 2Health News:Architects, International Code Council Ink Five-Year Collaborative Agreement 3Health News:UofL Physicians Conducting Vaccine Trial for Children with Relapsed Tumors at Kosair Children’s Hospital 2
... Exposition Park LOS ANGELES, ... March of Dimes premier fundraising event that benefits all babies--those ... thrive. 11,000 walkers are expected at this largest March for ... Exposition Park, at the corner of S. Figueroa and 39th ...
... associations representing the state,s 114 hospitals have reached a ... 2010.Among other principles, the groups urged the state to ... agreed on a minimum floor that all hospitals should ... shared today with members of the state Legislature by ...
... Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m. until noon, ... (NAMI-OC) will bring together speakers, agencies and service ... Front Line conferences provide important information on PTSD ... and suicide prevention. The conference is designed not ...
... The National Medical Association (NMA), the nation,s premier ... funding in the amount of $120,000 from the ... of a three-year grant commitment, designed "to promote ... sustaining collaboration among partner organizations."Partner organizations for this ...
... favors people in urban areas , , TUESDAY, April 21 (HealthDay ... or remote areas are not less likely to get a ... finds. , Researchers analyzed U.S. data on 699,751 adults ... list between 1995 and 2007. After about two years on ...
... Patients who drank before diagnosis had reduced risk of ... (HealthDay News) -- Patients with non-Hodgkin lymphoma who drank ... risk of relapse or death, according to a study ... researchers looked at more than 500 women with non-Hodgkin ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Farmers Insurance Joins March of Dimes March for Babies April 25, 2009 2Health News:Hospital Groups Stand United on State Budget 2Health News:Hospital Groups Stand United on State Budget 3Health News:Hospital Groups Stand United on State Budget 4Health News:National Medical Association Receives Funding From Kellogg for Training Community Advocates 2Health News:Distance No Bar to Kidney Transplants in Remote Areas 2Health News:Wine May Guard Against Lymphoma Recurrence 2
... Microscope with excellent maneuverability. Konan ... weight maintaining high quality. Easy ... by simply changing the adapter. ... has resulted in a sharp ...
To maintain the conjunctival cul-de-sacs after enucleation or evisceration without hindering lid closure....
With side bite Instrument recommended to catch the polypropylene thread in the nose....
Instrument necessary for insertion of Ritleng Bicanaliculus systems and of Self-Threading Monoka systems....
Medicine Products: