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SOP Events

School of Pharmacy Events

CVS Sponsors End-of-Year Picnic

CVS Pharmacy sponsored an end-of-year picnic for Cedarville School of Pharmacy interns. CVS Health representatives, Kate Bennett, University Relations Manager (OH, MI, and Erie, PA), and Michael Spiller, Pharmacy Supervisor, attended.

Stop the Bleed Training

The School of Pharmacy faculty is the first Cedarville University department to take part in “Stop the Bleed” training, a nationwide campaign to empower individuals to act quickly and save lives. This program is part of a partnership between Cedarville and Premier Health/Miami Valley Hospital.

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Living Well Benefit Dinner

Dr. Dennis Sullivan, Professor of Pharmacy Practice, was the keynote speaker at the Living Well Benefit Dinner, held on April 29 in Xenia, Ohio. He spoke about his years as a missionary in Africa and how the story in Mark 1 of Jesus' healing should be our guide to missions work.

OPA: Ethics in Pharmacy Presentation

Dr. Dennis Sullivan, Professor of Pharmacy Practice, and Pharm.D. students Jeremy Flikkema, Tyler Michael, Christian Carroll, and Neal Fox presented “Ethics in Pharmacy Practice: Case Study Debates” at the Ohio Pharmacists Association (OPA) Annual Meeting April 23. This was the first presentation of its kind at the OPA meeting. One case study they presented was “Lethal Injection and the Pharmacy Profession,” which examined if pharmacists should participate in the compounding and administration of lethal agents for executions.

SOP Leads Way in Expanding Pharmacy Practice

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, ASHP Foundation, partnered with Cedarville University School of Pharmacy and CareSource for its meeting May 12–13 titled “Leadership Essentials for Preceptors and Students.” Dr. Marc Sweeney, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, facilitated a discussion with the area's residency directors as part of the meeting and created initiatives to work together across the Dayton region to improve patient care, expand collaboration, and strengthen pharmacy residency programs. It was noted that Cedarville University School of Pharmacy has played a major role in expanding pharmacy practice in the region. Many of our rising APPE, third-year students attended this event held at CareSource in Dayton.