The Dallas Area Pharmacy Association has been recognizing pharmacy students since 2012, shaping the future of our profession. We are pleased to be able to award scholarships to undergraduates and recent PharmD graduates students that are invested in advocating for their profession and educating their communities. Your generous gift of any size is a great way to help and encourage our pharmacy students to achieve their goals.
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Post from Tuesday, June 9, 2020
UNT System College of Pharmacy UNT System College of Pharmacy is offering “LIVE” Online continuing education credits for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. TOPICS INCLUDE: Texas Law Update Presented by Allison Benz, R.Ph., M.S., Executive Director, Texas State Board of Pharmacy (1 hour) Pain Management and Patient Safety Presented by Maricar Conson, PharmD, and Lan Le, PharmD, PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residents, UNT System College of Pharmacy (1 hour) Friday, June 12, 2020 12 pm (CDT) “Live” via Zoom Click the link https://incedo.rievent.com/a/HOYJTI to register. Once registered, you will receive zoom link. Questions? Contact Lisa Killam-Worrall at Lisa.Killam-Worrall@unthsc.edu