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Pharmacy and spirituality

Faculty Lend Research to Textbook on Spirituality in Pharmacy

A group of Shenandoah faculty has recently collaborated in writing a textbook about spirituality and its importance in pharmacy practice. The textbook, “Spirituality in Pharmacy: Providing Holistic Care—It’s More Than Medicine,” was published by the American Pharmacists Association in June and is the first such textbook in pharmacy.  Mark S. Johnson, Pharm.D., BCPS, is professor […]

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Student Pharmacists Awarded APhA Scholarships

The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation awarded 19 scholarships this year nationwide, and two of them were awarded to Shenandoah University Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy third-year students. Mohammad Kaker Mohammad Kaker was awarded the George F. Archambault Scholarship. Mohammad is a third-year dual degree PharmD candidate who is also pursuing a Master of […]

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Indira Purcell-Murphy ’22

Pharmacy Pathway Growing in Puerto Rico

One of the first four students to participate in the Shenandoah University’s Nontraditional Doctor of Pharmacy (NTDP) pathway in Puerto Rico isn’t only learning through the pathway — she’s also one of its biggest advocates. Indira Purcell-Murphy ’22, fittingly discovered Shenandoah’s online pathway through its Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy on the internet while […]

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Alumni Successes

Shenandoah pharmacy alumnus Bassam Atallah '12

Pharmacy Alumnus Bassam Atallah ’12

Shenandoah pharmacy graduate Bassam Atallah ’12, Pharm.D., M.S., BCPS-AQ Cardiology, FHFSA, is using his Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy education as the Heart and Vascular Institute pharmacotherapy specialist at the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.  Dr. Atallah joined the Cleveland Clinic in February 2015 and, in his role there, established […]

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Anthony Fields

Alumnus Purchases Local Pharmacy

Anthony “Tony” Fields ’04 is the new owner of Lantz’s Pharmacy & Gifts in Stephens City, Virginia. Fields, who worked at Lantz’s for a decade before buying the business, said he considers the staff and customers of Lantz’s to be like family – in one case, quite literally: one of the staffers became his wife. […]

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10 Tips To Get The Most Out of Pharmacy School

By Katherine Cobb Practicing pharmacists Renee Bogdan ’09, Han Feng ’13, Kevin Morgan ’01 and Lisa Shelton-Strucko ’03 offer professional advice for pharmacy students. These career tips originated from panel discussions at the Sixth Annual Alumni Roundtable sponsored by Shenandoah University’s Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy and the Alumni Association on Oct. 19, 2017. […]

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