Op-Ed: How Can I Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? Here’s What You Need to Know and Which State Strategies Are Working
Getting pharmacies more involved could be a game changer, particularly for reaching minorities, older adults without internet access and others left behind.
Survey Results Show Evidence Americans are Feeling COVID Fatigue, Engaging in Less Protective Behaviors
Analysis of a survey that was conducted between April and November of 2020 shows a concerning trend: Individuals reported engaging in 16 evidence-based protective measures less frequently in November compared to April. Only mask wearing was up considerably.
Pharmacy students, faculty, alumni and community partners step up for COVID-19 vaccination efforts near the USC Health Sciences Campus.
Pharmacist, business owner and civic leader Walter Cathey, PharmD ’62, led the USC School of Pharmacy’s diversity initiative for nearly a decade
One key to unlocking the logjam of COVID-19 vaccines is in plain view but so far overlooked: the neighborhood retail pharmacy.
Following CDC and state health guidelines, COVID-19 vaccinations at USC are first going to health care workers on the front lines of the pandemic.
A few newly minted alumni of the USC School of Pharmacy share their post-graduation plans—from postdoctoral fellowships to regulatory consulting.
Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. How did they do it? What does that mean for other vaccines in development? USC experts weigh in.
The USC School of Pharmacy’s annual Legislative Day brought students together with pharmacy industry leaders and elected officials, highlighting the importance of advocacy in achieving social justice in health care.
The USC School of Pharmacy has partnered with the City of Los Angeles to provide free flu vaccinations at various COVID-19 testing locations across the city.