Four Duquesne Students Invited to State Pharmacy Association Program
Four students from the Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy were invited to attend a program sponsored by the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association March 6-8.
DU students Kyle Hampson of Mountville, Jennifer Myers of Sellersville, Lauren Pusateri of Pittsburgh and Alexa Sevin of Sewickley were among the 21 students to attend the conference.
The second annual Government Relations Advocacy for Student Pharmacists program at the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association focused on government relations, legislative action, media training and regulatory process. The program was organized, in part, to encourage students to remain politically active throughout their pharmacy careers.
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