Summerlin Report – October 2020

Inspiring individuals to pursue careers in the health professions is critical to creating a diverse healthcare workforce to serve the needs of all people in our communities. We need to cultivate interest and inspire passion for the health professions now amongst children as young as elementary school, into high school, college, and after college with… Read More

Accountability, Emotional Intelligence, and the Lifelong Colleague Commitment

Many people may have heard the term ‘Emotional Intelligence’, but few understand its full meaning and application. One misunderstanding is that Emotional Intelligence simply means “being nice”. Another misconception is that Emotional Intelligence is just a term used to describe society’s recent acceptance of the sensitivities historically reserved for the genteel and the refined. In… Read More

Conflict, Emotional Intelligence, and the Lifelong Colleague Commitment

Conflict! A word that strikes fear in the hearts of even the most stouthearted among us. Conflict!! An ominous event that elicits an involuntary, white-knuckled, fight-flight response. Conflict!!! A saber-rattling rivalry that ends with an imperious winner and a loser both bloodied and bruised. The perception that conflict is harmful or destructive may lead to… Read More

Life after Graduation – Residency Matches

Have you ever wondered what pharmacy and dental students’ options are after graduation? Some go straight into jobs they have secured, but some go into residency programs. Below are a list of residency programs that Roseman graduates matched with this year. College of Pharmacy Residency Programs Oregon St Hospital-Psychiatric – Salem, OR Frederick Memorial Hospital… Read More