School of Pharmacy

November 1, 2018

Medical researchers are increasingly exploring medications used to treat chronic illnesses to see whether they also might stave off cognitive decline.

The School of Pharmacy’s Class of 2016 distinguished themselves with the nation's highest rate of members passing the licensure examon their first try: 99 percent.

UW School of Pharmacy Professor John Horn and school alumnus Dan Malone were part of an investigative report, “

Autumn brings back sweater weather, pumpkin spices—and health check ups for kids.

A panel of experts from the United States and Canada has updated 20-year-old guidelines and recommendations for evaluating cost-effectiveness in health and medicine – guidelines used around the world to make healthcare decisions.

The University of Washington School of Pharmacy, Bartell Drugs and QFC Pharmacy will partner with Washington State Health Care Authority in a unique project to increase pharmacy-based immunizations.

At companies whose health insurance plans exclude contraception coverage, female employees experienced 33 more unintended pregnancies per 1,000 women, and more unintended births and terminations.

Increasingly, people at risk for HIV infection are turning to preventive drug measures to help stave off the virus.

If you are among the millions of people who take more than one prescription medication at a time, you may be benefiting from University of Washington research. 

You would think three degrees from the University of Washington would take an enormous financial toll, but School of Pharmacy grad student Blythe Adamson, one of the UW's Husky 100, has been energetic and enterprising about finding funding. 

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