D'Youville pharmacy students begin introductory pharmacy practice experiences in their first semester.
School of Pharmacy
The need for pharmacists is expected to grow significantly over the next decade. This is due in part to the "aging of America."
Because seniors use more prescription drugs than their younger counterparts, the pharmacy profession must be positioned to meet the challenge.
D'Youville College's new School of Pharmacy is preparing students to practice in an inter-professional, patient-centered environment where pharmacists assist patients in managing their medication regimens.
- Your coursework in the natural and social sciences is integrated with practice experience so that you can learn, remember, and apply what you have been taught.
- Begin introductory pharmacy practice experiences in your first semester.
- Learn and work collaboratively with other healthcare providers through D'Youville College's expansive offerings in a variety of healthcare professions.
- Take classes and work in state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms in the new D'Youville Academic Center.
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Pharmacy professor's research aims to identify potential novel therapeutic targets.
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D'Youville College's Doctor of Pharmacy program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
NEWS & EVENTS
Pharmacy Students Provide Service at Community Wellness Clinic
05-19-2015 - The students will volunteer at the Healthy Buffalo Wellness Clinic at the Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market on May 23.
CEO of Jacobs Institute to Deliver D'Youville Commencement Address
05-11-2015 - D’Youville will graduate over 760 students at its 107th commencement ceremony on May 16.
DYC Faculty Lead Interprofessional Education Workshop at ACC Conference
04-10-2015 - Professors from chiropractic, nursing and pharmacy demonstrated how simulation can be used as a robust tool for learners.