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College of Pharmacy Students Present to Psychiatric & Neurologic Pharmacists

pcnp poster 2015

Stepan Uhlyar (P4), Sinziana Ungureanu (P2), José A. Rey, Pharm.D., director, Psychopharmacology Residency Program and associate professor, Tiffany A. Harrison (P2), and Matthew Sherman, Pharm.D., PGY-2 psychiatric pharmacy practice resident.

NSU College of Pharmacy (COP) P2 students and Dean’s Ambassadors Tiffany Harisson and Ana Ungureanu, P4 student Stepan Uhlyar and PGY-2 Resident Matthew Sherman, Pharm.D., presented at the 2015 College of Psychiatric & Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) annual meeting in Tampa under the direction of José Rey, Pharm.D., COP associate professor, pharmaceutical sciences. These posters will published on cpnp.org and in the June 2015 issue of the Journal of Pharmacy Practice.

CPNP is devoted to advancing the practice of neuropsychiatric pharmacy in the context of a rapidly changing health care environment. Programming is dedicated to providing current information on neuropsychiatric health care issues and disease states with the goal to advance the specific knowledge, leadership skills, and competence required for neuropsychiatric pharmacy practice.