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Experiential Education Perspectives on Substance Use Issues Involving Pharmacy Students in New York State is presented by Dr. Christopher Jadoch on Wednesday, October 16, 2019.

This is a free two-hour, knowledge-based continuing education program. Christopher Jadoch, RPh, J.D., assistant dean of faculty and student affairs for the School of Pharmacy at D'Youville, will discuss recognizing and addressing substance use issues in pharmacy students in New York State, including challenges, costs, and laws pertaining thereto. This event is supported as a preceptor development opportunity through the New York's Empire Experiential Education Consortium.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify current best practices for screening pharmacy students in the United States for drugs;
  2. Describe the existence of drug screening programs in Pharmacy Schools in the United States, as compared to New York State;
  3. Analyze current laws, regulations and guidelines in the United States and New York State that impact the ability of Pharmacy Schools to implement student drug screening programs and to intervene with students known or identified as having substance use issues;
  4. Identify potential challenges, issues and costs associated with the pharmacy student drug screening process in New York State; and,
  5. Outline potential actions that Pharmacy Schools can take in dealing with students known or identified as having substance use issues.

New York’s Empire Experiential Education Consortium Schools


  • D'Youville School of Pharmacy 
  • University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • St. John Fisher College Wegmans School of Pharmacy
  • Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine School of Pharmacy
  • State University of New York at Binghamton Shool of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science

Experiential Education Perspectives on Substance use Issues Involving Pharmacy Students in New York State

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Dr. Chris Jadoch
Dr. Christopher Jadoch will be presenting on the identifying and helping pharmacy students with substance use issues. 



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