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Chapman Finds Unexpected Outcome in Pandemic-Related Opiod Challenges

February 9, 2024 by | Research

Dialing in on years 2018-2021, Chapman University faculty have begun to bridge the data gap in understanding data trends on how buprenorphine was prescribed to both insured and uninsured patients in California. Contrary to past findings that relied on data to insured patients, the study “Real-World Dispensing of Buprenorphine in California during Prepandemic and Pandemic

From Lab to Publication: The Impact of Student Research at CUSP

November 30, 2023 by | Pharmacy

In balancing excellence in both the classroom and in the lab, Chapman University School of Pharmacy prioritizes opportunities for students to actively engage in research alongside our award-winning faculty. Students in every academic program at Chapman University School of Pharmacy have the opportunity to participate in research and have earned authorship on peer-reviewed scientific publications. The impact of this initiative has been

Chapman Leads Change in Patient Safety, Launches PSCARE

November 27, 2023 by | Pharmacy

After almost a decades-long history of focusing teaching, research, and practice on the critical importance of patient safety, Chapman University has launched a new center dedicated to the thoughtful and intentional approach of patient safety. Founded on the principles of research, education, and community engagement, the Patient Safety Center for Research and Education (PSCARE) tackles

PharmD Candidates at an Advantage in Hiring

February 2, 2023 by | Pharmacy

Soon-to-be PharmD graduates are at an advantage as they enter the workforce, and can expect higher pay, significant signing bonuses, and increased flexibility as they begin their careers. Recent hiring trends are favoring those entering the medical industry, especially in retail and community pharmacies. Since last fall, recruiters have expanded their efforts to fill the

On the CUSP: November 2022

December 1, 2022 by | Pharmacy

That’s a wrap on November 2022! Chapman Pharmacy had an exceptionally busy month, including receiving the NIH R03 Grant and extensive participation in the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP) 2022 Seminar. Grants Dr. Sherif Elshahawi became the recipient of the NIH R03 Grant (Award # 1R03AI168826-01A1) with a total amount of $138,000 from the

Chapman Professor Reports New Treatment Options for Hepatitis C

January 9, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Chapman University’s Dr. Jerika Lam, Assistant Professor and Clinical Faculty of the School of Pharmacy reports new hope for Hepatitis C patients. The chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is transmitted when blood from an infected person enters the blood of anther person who is not infected.  HCV is a serious major public health problem estimated currently

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