The Foundation awarded six traditional merit-based awards in the amount of $20,000 each, and two diversity scholarship awards for $15,000 each.
Former NACDS Foundation Faculty Scholar Kimberly McKeirnan has made great strides in advancing patient care since her tenure as a Foundation Scholar.
NACDS Foundation Sponsors March of Dimes Gourmet Gala Partnership extends year-round on priority public health issues
The Gourmet Gala makes possible research, education, advocacy and programs that “help more moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies.”
A new study shows that a collaborative physician-community pharmacy program to treat flu and strep throat has the potential to improve patient care and population health.
NACDS Foundation Announces New Faculty Scholars Class Program fosters vital pharmacy-based patient care research among faculty at U.S. schools and colleges of pharmacy
In its sixth year, the program fosters vital pharmacy-based patient care research among faculty at U.S. schools and colleges of pharmacy.
In collaboration with the March of Dimes, the NACDS Foundation is raising the awareness about birth-defect prevention strategies.
The NACDS Foundation celebrated its 19th Annual Foundation Dinner in New York on November 29. The event raised $1.8 million, which will help support evidence-based research, pharmacy education and philanthropic initiatives to improve patient outcomes and advance population health.
Gretchen Carlson to Speak at 19th Annual NACDS Foundation Dinner Acclaimed broadcast news anchor and journalist to deliver compelling and timely insights
The 19th Annual NACDS Foundation Dinner will feature remarks by Gretchen Carlson, one of the nation’s most successful and recognized news anchors, a best-selling author, and a tireless advocate for women in the workplace and for children’s health. The event will be held November 29, 2017, in New York City.
Executive Director and Local Health Authority for Harris County (Texas) Public Health (HCPH) will accept the award at the 19th Annual NACDS Foundation Dinner on November 29, 2017, in New York City.
New study results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that mosquitoes that can spread Zika, dengue and chikungunya viruses are in more counties in the southern United States than was previously known.