Duquesne Dedicates Muldoon Building, Center for Pharmacy Care
Duquesne University is hosting the dedication of the Hugh C. Muldoon Building, new home of the Center for Pharmacy Care, on its campus.Under the supervision of University’s Mylan School of Pharmacy faculty, Duquesne pharmacy students and interns meet with patients at the Center for Pharmacy Care to conduct health risk assessments. Patients can learn about disease prevention for issues such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity and smoking cessation as well as receive care plans for medication therapy management. This is just one way that the Mylan School of Pharmacy continues to take a more active role in improving the health outcomes and quality of life in Pittsburgh.
When: Thursday, Oct. 29 at 12:15 p.m.
Where: Duquesne University Pharmacy Wellness Center, 1000 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh.
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