COP in the News: June 22, 2011

COP in the News keeps you up to date on stories about the College of Pharmacy in the media. Each segment includes the name of the article, the person or people mentioned in it, and then the name of the publication.

Study shows pharmacies' software systems miss potentially dangerous interactions; Daniel Malone: Science Newsline, Medical Web Times, Healthcare IT News, Science Daily, BioPortfolio, Stone Hearth Newsletters, UA News, AZ Central, Del Marva Now

Finding Gold in Going Green; UA Superfund: Arizona Public Media

UA Program Partners to Promote Green Businesses; Denise Moreno: UA News

24 High School Students Land Research Internships at UA; COP: UA News, KOLD, FOX 11

Cardinal Health Supports Future Pharmacists with $1.1 MIllion Pharmacy Scholarship Program; COP: WRIC, KCAU, KPTH, KSLA, WOI, KCEN, 4-Traders, Medical News Today, India Times, Watson349, Medpage Today, Drug Store News, Louisville Courier-Journal

Kids get a preview at UA's PharmCamp; Ted Tong: AZ Starnet

Woman accused of attempted murder, 'Pixie Dust' user, and through thief in court; Poison Center: Daily Courier

KEYS Kids into Science; COP: Arizona Public Media

Effects of Cyclosporine, Tacrolimus and Rapamycin on Renal Calcium Transport and Vitamin D Metabolism; COP: Karger

Even with Insurance, Medical Debt Still Occurs; Patricia Herman: Medical News Today, Health News Digest, Red Orbit, News Medical, UA News

Boehner to OSU graduates: Be involved, stay humble, do the right thing; J. Lyle Bootman: Columbus Dispatch

Positive approach for improved health; Brian Barkow: Benson News-Sun

Clinical Nutrition May Help Prevent Dangerous Drug Interactions; COP: Sys-Con Media