PharmD Capstone Team Advocates for Drug Disposal Guidelines Safe Disposal of Hazardous Drugs is a Community Health Issue

April 20, 2017 by | Pharmacy News

Caring for a loved one diagnosed with cancer is not easy.  During their treatment and when they pass on, what are the steps for family members or caregivers in handling the toxic anti-cancer medications and containers that remain? “There are no standardized guidelines for the home setting, and that’s a problem,” says Dr. Siu Fun

What is the White Coat Ceremony, and What Does It Mean? School of Pharmacy students weigh in on what makes the White Coat Ceremony so important.

August 18, 2016 by | Pharmacy School

Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy (CUSP) is hosting its second White Coat Ceremony on Friday, August 26 th . This ceremony marks the beginning of their professional pharmacy education, with 77 students going through the tradition. But what exactly IS a white coat ceremony? Everyone knows the white coats in question - 

Pharmacy Law, SB493, Continues To Be Delayed In The Midst Of Regulatory Debates Chapman University School of Pharmacy professor's weigh in on why its taken the law so long to come to fruition, and what it means for the profession.

March 23, 2016 by | Pharmacy News

A law was passed in 2013 to allow pharmacists at locations like CVS and Rite Aid to initiate therapy and dispense birth control medications WITHOUT patients first seeing a physician or other healthcare provider. The law aims to make it easier for women to get hormonal contraceptives. That 2013 law was supposed to have been

Dean Jordan announces CUSP Student Pharmacists eligible to apply for Intern Pharmacist Licenses!

August 5, 2015 by | Uncategorized

Chapman University School of Pharmacy is preparing to serve our communities! Our students will assist organizations administering vaccinations, including flu shots, this fall. The California Board of Pharmacy has recognized Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) and authorized CUSP student pharmacists to be eligible to apply for Intern Pharmacist Licenses and train for immunization certification

Chapman University School of Pharmacy Approved to Allow Students to Assist with Administering Vaccinations

July 31, 2015 by | Uncategorized

Chapman University School of Pharmacy is preparing to serve our communities! Our students will assist organizations administering vaccinations, including flu shots, this fall. The California Board of Pharmacy has recognized Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) and authorized CUSP student pharmacists to be eligible to apply for Intern Pharmacist Licenses and train for immunization certification

CUSP’s Dr. Nancy Alvarez voted President Elect of the American Pharmacists Association!

June 30, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Dr. Nancy Alvarez will be installed as President Elect of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) at the Baltimore APhA Annual Meeting in March 2016.  Dr. Alvarez currently serves as CUSP’s Assistant Dean of Experiential Education and Continuing Professional Development, and as an Assistant Professor. Dean Ron Jordan remarked, “In what we believe is an unprecedented

CUSP Faculty and Student Grant Awards total over $1 Million

June 1, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) faculty and students have been awarded over $1 million in the 2014-2015 grant cycle.  Nearly thirty research projects were selected, ranging in topics from potential cancer cures to interactive learning. Founding Dean Ron Jordan says, “CUSP is proud to be starting our School of Pharmacy with a fairly unique

Dr. Keykavous Parang named CUSP’s first AACP Teacher of the Year!

May 28, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Chapman University MSPS Students have selected Dr. Keykavous (Key) Parang, Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Programs and Global affairs as CUSP’s FIRST AACP TEACHER OF THE YEAR! Dr. Parang’s nominators say, “He is a really supportive and helpful professor. He is available for his students all the time and his teaching methods motivate students to