COP in the News: Dec. 2016-Jan. 2017

COP in the News keeps you up to date on stories about the College of Pharmacy in the media. The list below cites a story in the news, the COP person or organization mentioned in the story and a link to the story as it appeared in one or more media outlets. 

Bad medicine: Problems plague those with several prescriptions; Jeannie Lee: Green Valley News

The perils of Polypharmacy; College of Pharmacy:

CAC grad gets rare acceptance directly to UA pharmacy school; College of Pharmacy: Pinal Central

Testing for deadly drug could help fight against it in southern Arizona; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Tucson News Now

NCPDP Foundation awards University of Arizona College of Pharmacy $10,000 in student scholarship funds; College of Pharmacy: DMN Newswire!, FOX29 Lake Charles, World News Report - EIN

Dangerous synthetic opioid makes its way to Arizona; Dr. Mazda Shirazi, Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Tucson News Now

Peripherally acting u-opioid receptor antagonists as treatment options for constipation in noncancer pain patients on chronic opioid therapy; UA College of Pharmacy: Dove Medical Press

How pharmaceutical companies helped create the opioid epidemic; Dr. Dan Malone, UA College of Pharmacy: Camp Verde Bugle

Avoiding drug-drug interactions; Dan Malone, UA College of Pharmacy: Managed Health Care Connect

Rauner responds to mass pharmacy mistakes with state action; Daniel Malone: Illinois News Network, Alton Daily News

Effect on intravenous acetaminophen on post-anesthesia care unit length of stay, opioid consumption, pain, and analgesic drug costs after ambulatory surgery; UA College of Pharmacy: P&T Community

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