Grant Received: Nicole Handlow

Nicole Handlow, a 2017 Pharm.D. candidate, received a $1,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Educational Foundation for the project Effect of Pharmacist Intervention and Education on Adults with Diabetes Mellitus in a Patient-Centered Medical Home under the supervision of Dr. Jamie McConaha, associate professor of pharmacy practice.

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