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Drug Therapy and Aging

SOP Colloquium Honors Legacy of Beloved Faculty Member, Pharmacy Pioneer

April 22, 2014

Family and friends gather to remember Dr. Peter Lamy and celebrate his work to improve the quality of medication use in the elderly.

SOP Partners with PhRMA to Publish New Medication Adherence Chartbook

March 4, 2014

Improper use of and non-adherence to evidence-based medications remain leading causes of poor outcomes and increased health care costs for many Medicare beneficiaries with diabetes, heart failure, and COPD.

SOP’s Stuart Receives Consultant Pharmacy’s Highest Honor

September 23, 2013

Bruce Stuart, PhD, receives ASCP’s George F. Archambault Award in recognition of his contributions to consultant and senior care pharmacy.

Congressman John Sarbanes Visits School of Pharmacy

September 11, 2013

Meets with dean and faculty to learn more about the School and discuss issues of importance to the profession.

Study Calls for New Approach to Improve Adherence Among Part D Participants

July 9, 2013

Findings show poor medication adherence costs an extra $49 to $840 per Medicare beneficiary, per month.

Study of Outcomes From Medicare PartD Can’t Explain North-South Disparities

January 10, 2013

Heart failure and diabetes patients in the north paid more, adhered more to use of Part D drugs in first two years of the Medicare option, says School of Pharmacy professor.

Dr. Lucinda Maine Presents APhA-ASP Professionalism Series Lecture at SOP

October 3, 2012

National expert in pharmacy leadership speaks to students on “The Courage and Consequences of Saying Yes.”