Read the Wall Street Journal’s article featuring UF Pharmacy researchers Drs. Leslie Hendeles and Randy Hatton on insufficient evidence supporting phenylephrine effectiveness in decongestant medications.
Three Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy students were selected to present their research poster at the AMCP Nexus 2022 meeting. Chad Sanders, M.S., Julie Winstone, Ph.D., M.S.c and Yestle Kim, Pharm.D., traveled to National Harbor to share their research which began as a group project for PHA 6971…
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy moved up two places to No. 3 in the nation for total research funding in the latest American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, or AACP, report released June 23. The No. 3 ranking is the highest ever achieved by the college when compared to peer institutions.
Luara Happe, Pharm.D., M.P.H, was featured in an interview on Wink-TV, highlighting safe, affordable medication. Check out their special "Cost of Care: Mark Cuban launches low-cost online pharmacy".
Check out the March 5, 2022 segment, "Advancements with Ted Danson" featuring Laura Happe, Pharm.D., MPH and the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) on how they maintain professional standards and work towards improving access to published research among healthcare professionals, providers, patients and caregivers.
Join us March 5-6, 2022 for our 28th seminar weekend. This seminar will focus on #pharmacoequity and how pharmacists can help bring an end to health disparities.
Haesuk Park, Ph.D., and her colleagues developed four machine-learning algorithms to predict direct-acting antiviral treatment failure among hepatitis C patients.
The Consolidated Health Economic Evaluation Reporting Standards (CHEERS) report originally published in 2013 with Value in Health has received a 2022 refresh. The CHEERS 2022 statement replaces previous reporting guidance and includes new guidelines that can be applied to health economic evaluation, new methods and developments in the field, as…
The 2021 POP Annual Report recaps many of the department's activities the past year.
Ashley S. Sotoodeh, Pharm.D., a graduate student in the department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, has been awarded the 2021 Nellie Wakeman Fellowship from Kappa Epsilon, a professional pharmacy fraternity. The Nellie Wakeman Fellowship is for students planning to enroll in the…