Amid state and federal discussions to address doctor shortages, USC-led study is part of a growing body of research on the expansion of pharmacists’ roles as a solution that may actually save money.
The California Department of Public Health medical officer and leader – a strong advocate for expanding comprehensive medication management services throughout the state – is focused on improving health for all Californians, with particular attention to the underserved.
Richard Dang, assistant professor of Clinical Pharmacy, recently became the first pharmacist in California to receive an advanced practice pharmacist license.
Drug overdoses have surpassed automobile collisions as the leading cause of accidental death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the upward trend is alarming.
The USC School of Pharmacy’s first annual Hoops 4 Change Tournament brought together students, faculty, staff, alumni and preceptors to play basketball with a purpose.
Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy Tien M.H. Ng is one of only two pharmacists in the U.S. honored with admission into the inaugural group of Heart Failure Society of America fellows. As February is National Heart Month, we asked him a few questions about his dedication to cardiac medicine and what keeps it beating.
The USC School of Pharmacy has established awards to honor alumni and distinguished community members, to be presented at the Annual Alumni Awards Gala at Town & Gown on Sunday, May 7, 2017.
USC Trustee Leonard D. Schaeffer and Dana Goldman, professor of public policy, pharmacy and economics at USC, authored an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee on…
To keep pace with healthcare’s evolving challenges, Dean Vassilios Papadopoulos has announced an administrative restructuring of the USC School of Pharmacy, including five new associate dean positions.
Dr. Steven Chen received recognition from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Partnership for Public Service for “diligent work, authentic collaboration with patients, clinicians and partners, and unprecedented national impact on patient safety.”