About the event
How do doctors, nurses and pharmacists work together to help their patients thrive?
In this upcoming HealthChats, the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is honored to be joined by faculty from the College of Nursing and the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine to discuss the importance of working in a health care team and fostering an environment of peer-to-peer learning through a collaborative approach. The three faculty members work together to provide students an enriching learning environment in class and through programs like the Range Community Clinic, a non-profit academic health network affiliated with WSU. It is the organization through which an interprofessional team of faculty practice medicine and deliver care to people while training medical and other health sciences students in clinical care. Range Community Clinic is focused on bringing care directly to patients in rural and urban underserved communities where access may be limited.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone interested in science, pharmacy, a career in the health care industry, or if you’re just curious! Whether you are a parent, student, teacher, or counselor, we encourage anyone interested in this topic to take part in this discussion. This is a chance to speak with health care professionals who can share their expertise.