Our Partners

The College of Pharmacy partners with organizations, hospitals, clinics, and businesses to give our students opportunities to advance their knowledge and learn new skills outside of the classroom. 

Our Partners

SinfoníaRx Medication Management Program 

The SinfoníaRx Medication Management program is an innovative ambulatory practice site providing comprehensive Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services for millions of patients nationwide.

The program’s design allows it to specifically target patients with potential medication-related problems and to assess all disease states rather than focusing on a single condition. Patient outreach is done via telephone and commonly addresses diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, heart disease, heart failure, asthma and COPD. The center is the first of its kind to receive the APhA Pinnacle Award.

The SinfoníaRx Medication Management program offers College of Pharmacy students a variety or educational experiences: 

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Critical Path Institute (C-Path)

Critical Path Institute (C-Path) is a nonprofit, public-private partnership with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) created under the auspices of the FDA’s Critical Path Initiative program in 2005. C-Path’s aim is to accelerate the pace and reduce the costs of medical product development through the creation of new data standards, measurement standards, and methods standards that aid in the scientific evaluation of the efficacy and safety of new therapies. These pre-competitive standards and approaches have been termed “drug development tools” (DDTs) by the FDA, which established a process for official review and confirmation of their validity for a given context of use.

C-Path orchestrates the development of DDTs through an innovative, collaborative approach to the sharing of data and expertise. They build consensus among participating scientists from industry and academia with FDA participation and iterative feedback. The process culminates in a formal application to FDA for official “qualification” of the DDT for a given use in product development. Qualified DDTs then become open standards for the scientific community which, in turn, may be assured both of the scientific rigor under which they were developed and of the FDA’s understanding and acceptance of their validity.

C-Path connects the College of Pharmacy with new opportunties for local biotech and pharma companies. 

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Banner – University Medical Center Tucson

Banner – University  Medical Center Tucson is a nonprofit, academic hospital and Level I Trauma Center providing all major inpatient and ambulatory care services. The hospital serves as the flagship campus for teaching and research facilities for the University of Arizona colleges of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and public health.

The College of Pharmacy partners with Banner to provide education opportunties to our students including the following University of Arizona sponsored pharmacy residency program:

PGY2 INTERNAL MEDICINE (TRADITIONAL & INTERNATIONAL TRACK)


Banner – University Medical Center South

Banner – University Medical Center South is a 245-licensed bed hospital, with an average census of 147 patients. This campus includes teaching and research facilities for the University of Arizona colleges of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and public health, along with physician offices and specialized medical treatment centers. The center also serves as a major provider of behavioral health services for the southern Arizona community.

The College of Pharmacy partners with Banner South to provide education opportunties to our students including the following University of Arizona sponsored pharmacy residency program:

PGY2 AMBULATORY CARE (INTERNATIONAL TRACK)
PGY2 INTERNAL MEDICINE (INTERNATIONAL TRACK)

For applicants interested in other pharmacy residency programs available at the hospital, please follow the external links below. These programs are sponsored by Banner Health and are affiliated with the university:

PGY1 PHARMACY


International Partners

The College of Pharmacy has formal affiliation agreements with institutions around the world to provide our students with the opportunity to participate in international rotations. International rotations provide exposure to various practices, including inpatient and outpatient. Every rotation is different. Students learn social and cultural, as well as health care system, norms. An international rotation offers the student a potentially life-changing experience. The COP currently has agreements with and rotation sites in:

  • Kobe Gakuin University, Kobe (IMOA in place, student rotations, host student study abroad trip, faculty visits, research collaboration)
  • Osaka University (IMOA in place, student rotations, host student study abroad trip, faculty visits, research collaboration)
  • Meijo University, Nagoya (IMOA in place, student rotations)
  • Tokushima University, Tokushima (IMOA in process, student rotations)
  • University of Shizuoka, Shizuoka (IMOA in place, student rotations)

 

  • US-Thai Pharmacy Consortium (UA charter member, umbrella IMOA in place covers all 19 Thai pharmacy schools)
  • Mahidol University, Bangkok (IMOA in place, student rotations, host student study abroad trip, faculty visits, former UA resident on faculty
  • Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok (student rotations, host student study abroad trip, faculty visits)
  • Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai (student rotations, host student study abroad trip, faculty visits, , former UA resident on faculty)
  • Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai , (student rotations, faculty visits, former UA resident on faculty)
  • Mahasarakham University, Mahasarakham (student rotations, faculty visits, former UA resident on faculty)

 

  • Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) (clinical training agreement)
  • King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah (faculty visits, former UA residents on faculty

 

  • Gulf Medical University, Ajman (UA microcampus site, faculty visits, IMOA in process)

 

  • Southern Adelaide Local Health Network and Flinders Medical Center, Adelaide (affiliation agreement in place, student rotations)

 

  • China Pharmaceutical University, Nanjing (IMOA in place, student rotations)

 

  • Universidad de Ciencias Medicas (UCIMED), San Jose (IMOA in place, student rotations, faculty visits

 

  • Chinese University of Hong Kong (IMOA in place, student rotations, faculty visits

 

  • University of Perugia, Perugia (IMOA in place, student rotations

 

  • Seoul National University, Seoul (affiliation agreement in place, student rotations, faculty visits)

 

  • Otago University, Dunedin (affiliation agreement in place, student rotations, faculty visits

 

  • Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona (IMOA in place, student rotations)

 

  • Tri-Service General Hospital, Taipei (affiliation agreement in place, student rotations)
  • Taipei City Hospitals, Taipei (affiliation agreement in place, student rotations)

 

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