Community Flu Clinics

Michigan Community & Interprofessional Practice Training (M-CIPT) is a collaborative effort between the School of NursingCollege of Pharmacy, and School of Public Health in partnership with the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) Community Programs and Services.  Certified Immunizers volunteered at 5 community flu clinics!

 

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Community Engagement Programs & Opportunities

The Community Engagement Department facilitates and supports programs that connect the College of Pharmacy with communities, advocates for outreach, and promote stories of success. The College of Pharmacy work to meet the needs of our community through the work of our student organizations, faculty innitiatives, and interprofessional collaboration

Our faculty works locally and internationally. Dr. Vicki Ellingrod, along with two P2 students (Blasie Ndukwe and Brian Pauls) and one P3 student (Brock Jackson) recently returned from Meru, Kenya, where they exchanged ideas about the practice of pharmacy and structure of pharmacy education, as well as worked on research projects. The purpose of this month-long trip was to contribute to the economy, health services, resource utilization, and quality of life in developing, rural communities of Kenya. Students were able to work alongside and shadow local physicians and pharmacists (chemists) within the region. Read more.

To learn more about interprofessional events and news on campus, check out the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education. 

Student OrganizationsFaculty Engagement

Our faculty works locally and internationally. Dr. Vicki Ellingrod, along with two P2 students (Blasie Ndukwe and Brian Pauls) and one P3 student (Brock Jackson) recently returned from Meru, Kenya, where they exchanged ideas about the practice of pharmacy and structure of pharmacy education, as well as worked on research projects. The purpose of this month-long trip was to contribute to the economy, health services, resource utilization, and quality of life in developing, rural communities of Kenya. Students were able to work alongside and shadow local physicians and pharmacists (chemists) within the region. Read more.

Interprofessional Education

To learn more about interprofessional events and news on campus, check out the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education. 

Listing Row

Monday, November 17, 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014