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

Roseman University College of Pharmacy and Southern Nevada Health District Partner to Offer Free Flu Vaccinations

As the flu season approaches, health experts are warning that the addition of another respiratory illness on top of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic could overburden the health care system, strain testing capacity, and increase the risk of catching both diseases at once. These concerns have experts urging everyone to get their flu shot this year.… 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

Pharmacy Application Cycle is Now Open

The College of Pharmacy 2017-2018 Admission Cycle has officially opened today through PharmCAS. APPLY NOW Early Decision Applicants deadline is September 5th, 2017 Information on Early Decision: Regular Pool Applicants deadline is February 1st, 2018 Please visit our Roseman University’s College of Pharmacy Admissions page for additional information such as Application Instructions and Requirements/Prerequisites.… Read More

DAAT Spring Wrap Up

Over the course of the final two months of the school year, DAAT has wrapped up with three drug take back events to combat drug abuse in the Salt Lake area. The first take back was held at April 8th at the Provo Towne Center Mall. This Take Back was part of the Household Hazardous… Read More

World Immunization Week 2017

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists Vaccine Preventable Diseases through routine recommended immunizations, as number one of the 10 Public Health Achievements of the First Decade of 21st Century followed by Prevention and Control of Infectious Disease, Tobacco Control, Maternal and Infant Health, Motor Vehicle Safety, Cardiovascular Disease Prevention, Occupational Safety, and… Read More

DAAT Teaches Children Importance of Drug Safety

Roseman’s Drug Abuse Awareness Team (DAAT), the past couple weeks, have been teaching children in the community about the importance of drug safety through two events organized by the student club. The first one was the Drug Take-Back program on Saturday, February 25th, which took place at the Safe Kids Fair in Sandy, led by… Read More

Pharmacy Professor Appointed to American Diabetes Association Editorial Board

Vijay Kale, College of Pharmacy assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, was recently appointed to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Clinical Diabetes Editorial Board. “I am honored to serve on the Clinical Diabetes Editorial Board,” said Kale. Clinical Diabetes is a premier primary care journal of the ADA. According to latest statistics more than 85% patients… Read More