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School of Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy

Welcome to the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy. Our Doctor of Pharmacy program is nationally accredited with a 100% job placement rate. Our graduates' first-time pass rate on the NAPLEX is consistently over 95%, and our post-graduate residency placement rate is consistently well above the national average. Classes of 52 students assure each student maximum individual attention within our PharmD program.

In addition to the PharmD degree, we offer an online Master of Science degree in Health Services Administration for new and mid-career pharmacists and other healthcare professionals who want to become department directors, patient safety coordinators and/or directors, regulatory compliance officers, clinical research associates, health outcomes researchers or advance practice pharmacists.

Finally, our Medical Laboratory Sciences program is offered at UW-Casper. Career opportunities for graduates of this program can include working as a Medical Laboratory Scientist, Clinical Systems Analyst, Educator, Forensic Scientist, Health Care Administrator, Laboratory Manager, and more! 

The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy community is committed to supporting and promoting individual and collective excellence in teaching, research, service and pharmacy practice. We value responsibility, compassion, respect, and integrity in all endeavors.


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School of Pharmacy
University of Wyoming

Health Sciences, Room 292
1000 E. University Ave.
Dept. 3375
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-6120
Fax: (307) 766-2953
Email: uwpharmacy@uwyo.edu  

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UW School of Pharmacy faculty members make hand sanitizer.UW School of Pharmacy Produces Hand Sanitizer during COVID-19 Supply Shortage

As people quickly learned during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many household staples normally in plentiful supply suddenly vanished from grocery store shelves.

Among those products was any type of hand sanitizer. This shortage didn't only affect individuals and families; it also impacted health care providers, including physicians in private practice, clinics, assisted living facilities and Ivinson Memorial Hospital in Laramie.

As the shortage worsened, it was unclear, in some cases, how additional supplies of sanitizer could be found.

Enter University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy Professor Sreejayan Nair. Nair had an idea of how to convert a pharmacy lab into a temporary hand sanitizer factory.

Discover how the UW School of Pharmacy was able to make their own hand sanitizer!

 

 

 

 

 

From left, Scot and Amy Schmidt, along side Kem Krueger, dean of UW School of Pharmacy. UW Health Sciences Alumni Take Multidisciplinary Approach to Pharmacy Patient Care

Scot and Amy Schmidt, both University of Wyoming graduates, were fully prepared to begin their career paths as health care professionals.

That all changed when the two became owners of North Star Pharmacy and Infusion in Cheyenne. Starting in 2007, as North Star Infusion Inc., the pharmacy’s initial focus was specializing in home infusion, a therapy involving intravenous or subcutaneous administration of drugs to patients at home.

Realizing a need for a more expanded, multidisciplinary team approach to patient care with other health care providers, North Star Pharmacy joined the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network in Wyoming (CPESN-WY), with Scot and Amy serving in leadership roles. The two provide guidance and assistance for a network of participating pharmacies.

“Merging our health care educations together allows us to care for the patient as a whole,” says Amy Schmidt, who graduated from UW in 1999 with a master’s degree in social work. “Patients are not just a drug or a hip or a knee. They are a whole person, and we are working hard to care for the patient over time as a whole.”

Learn more about this multidisciplinary approach to Pharmacy Patient Care

 

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