Watch this new video to learn more about the NACDS Foundation's commitment to pharmacy education.
The NACDS Foundation leadership attended the March of Dimes Gourmet Gala this week, which raised a record-breaking amount to support the health of mothers and babies.
This year, the Foundation distributed six merit-based scholarship awards in the amount of $20,000 in order to fund patient-centered, community-based coursework or other curriculum innovations. Additionally, two diversity scholarship winners were selected to each receive $15,000 grants.
Pharmacy students in a Health Equity Leadership Program funded by the NACDS Foundation are getting rural and urban experience in the field.
A new video unveiled during the NACDS Foundation Annual Dinner outlines the Foundation's proactive response to America's complex healthcare challenges.
NACDS Foundation Partners to Help Address Opioid Abuse Crisis Collaborative care project aims to improve public health through substance abuse screening and referral of at-risk patients
Project Lifeline, led by the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy’s Program Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU), seeks to improve public health through substance abuse screening and referral of at-risk patients in Blair County, Pennsylvania. The newly-formed collaborative care model includes Blair Drug and Alcohol Partnerships (BDAP) and several community pharmacies within the county.
20th Annual NACDS Foundation Dinner to Feature Acclaimed Entertainer Colin Jost Saturday Night Live star to further energize evening dedicated to improving patient outcomes and public health
Attendees at the 20th NACDS Foundation Dinner will have an opportunity to mark the Foundation’s progress, to celebrate collaboration, and to experience the award-winning and nationally recognized brilliance of entertainer Colin Jost. The event will be held November 28, 2018, in New York City.
June 27 is National HIV Testing Day. The NACDS Foundation has been actively involved in funding studies to evaluate a model which may provide patients with increased access to HIV and hepatitis C testing.
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.