Pumpian Lecture

Pumpian Lecture Provides Data-Driven Rationale for Health Equity and DEI Initiatives

April 17, 2024

Dr. Randal D. Pinkett is an entrepreneur, author, and diversity, equity, and inclusion expert.

At Pumpian Lecture, FDA Presenters Call for More Diversity in Clinical Drug Trials

May 8, 2023

Dr. Lola Fashoyin-Aje and Dr. Theresa Mullin spoke at the annual event.

Annual Pumpian Lecture Explores Digitization and Pharmapreneurship

May 6, 2022

Keynote speaker Dr. Phillip Phan highlights opportunities and trends in the changing digital health care system.

SOP’s Annual Pumpian Lecture Explores Meaning in the Pharmacy Profession

June 7, 2018

Alumnus Dr. Noel E. Wilkin discusses how professional satisfaction – not profitability – drives entrepreneurship and innovation among pharmacists.

SOP’s Annual Pumpian Lecture Offers Global Perspective on Pharmacy Education

April 20, 2017

Alumnus Dr. Anthony K. Wutoh discusses challenges facing pharmacy education around the world and offers insight on how universities can prepare students for today’s increasingly global environment.

SOP’s Annual Pumpian Lecture Puts Patients First in Health Care Research

April 13, 2016

Keynote speaker Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall addresses the importance of engaging patients as partners in health care and research to better understand their needs and the outcomes most important to them.

SOP’s Annual Pumpian Lecture Shows Quality is King in Health Care Reform

December 2, 2014

Speaker Laura Cranston emphasizes the importance of quality measures to improve health care and examines how those measures might impact the future of pharmacy practice.

PCORI Chief Says Patient-Centered Health Decisions Becoming More Prevalent

April 2, 2013

The new institute helps patients, caregivers, and clinicians make better-informed health care decisions, says School of Pharmacy’s Pumpian lecturer.