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Pharmacy students at Lipscomb University

Most likely, because you are preparing for a career in health care, you have a very high level of compassion, intellectual curiosity, leadership skill and energy for making a difference in the lives of the people you serve. Great, you’re going to fit right in here at Lipscomb! Your educational experience in this college will be characterized by exceptional academics taught by experienced professionals, by Christian faith, and by a very challenging grounding in ethical and compassionate practice. Yes, very lofty and significant goals, but we’re here to walk you through it in a family-like atmosphere where you will be mentored and encouraged to achieve goals you never thought you could. 

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Center for Drug Information

The CDI offers consultation for student pharmacists, faculty, preceptors, and patients on newly approved drugs, foreign drugs, drug interactions, off label therapeutic use, adverse affects, and drug recalls. The Center also offers seminars on drug information related topics as well as provides webpage links to health information, news updates, and articles from pharmacy faculty. The CDI provides student pharmacists an informatics/drug information lab space for collaborative drug information projects, access to specialized informatics software and a training lab for use of databases and software. 

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Residency Program

Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy offers multiple exclusive residency program opportunities to its graduates.  These residency opportunities exist to train pharmacists in professional practice and provide experience in integrating pharmacy services with the comprehensive needs of individual practice settings.  Residencies provide in depth experiences leading to advanced practice skills and knowledge.  The residency programs offered by Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy also encompass a Teaching and Learning certificate program to facilitate the career development of the next group of pharmacy educators. 

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