PA, Public Health students host free health event for Harnett County children
Students from the Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences PA and Public Health programs teamed up over the weekend to offer Give Kids a Smile, a free dental clinic for Harnett County children who do not have dental insurance.
CCNC President and CEO to deliver graduation address
Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) President and CEO, L. Allen Dobson, Jr., MD, will deliver the graduation address at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ 26th hooding and commencement exercises.
Adams named Acting Vice President of Health Programs
Michael L. Adams has been named acting vice president of health programs, Campbell University announced Wednesday. Adams, who recently assumed the role of dean of the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, will succeed Ronald Maddox, who retired from his post as vice president in December.
Campbell University welcomes second class of PT students
Forty of Campbell University’s newest students arrived on campus today to begin orientation for the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. This class is the second cohort of student physical therapists for Campbell and will begin classes immediately following the one-day orientation held on Monday.
MSPS students receive Parenteral Drug Association awards
Campbell University master’s students Shruti Kumar and Maryam Unnisa recently received the 2014 Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) Student Award. Kumar and Unnisa are both first year student’s in the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ master of science in pharmaceutical sciences program.
Entire PA class joins CPHS Alumni Association
The Campbell University Physician Assistant Class of 2014 is the first class in the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ (CPHS) history to join the CPHS Alumni Association at 100 percent. The Association celebrated this achievement with an informal luncheon and bestowing of their first piece of alumni apparel at the beginning of the class’s graduation weekend. Members of the class, along with the PA faculty and staff, Campbell University provost, Mark Hammond, and incoming dean of CPHS, Michael Adams, attended.