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1 M A G A Z I N E FALL WINTER 2013

2 Contents ISSUE 2 FALL / WINTER 2013 MISSION The Wingate University School of Pharmacy intends to be a nationally recognized leader in the education of students and pharmacists for the practice of pharmacy in all patient care settings for all patients. Wingate seeks to pursue its mission by providing an individualized, state-of-the-art learning environment that will facilitate the development of its students critical thinking and problem-solving skills for the pursuit of pharmaceutical care. Subordinate to the primacy of Wingate s teaching mission are scholarly inquiry and will facilitate service to patients, to the community, to the health care professions, and to the institution. Consistent with the student-centered focus of the University, limited enrollment will allow for practice experience during each year of the curriculum and the low student-to-faculty ratio necessary for the fulfillment of the School s stated mission. Academic Calendar Thoughts from the Dean Wingate Pharmacy Lacy s Legacy Dr. Ifeoma Nnebe White Coat Ceremony Faculty Bios Faculty Publications ACCP APhA CPFI NCAP NCPA PDC SNPhA SSHP PLS SCCM Rho-Chi Alumni President Dr. Jerry E. McGee Dean Dr. Robert B. Supernaw Editor Lisa Harrell Director of Administration Magazine Design Visualocity Creative Copy Editor Dr. Brooke Mitchell Associate Professor of English Wingate University School of Pharmacy 515 N. Main Street Wingate, NC pharmacy.wingate.edu 2 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

3 Faculty & Staff Academic Calendar Dr. Robert B. Supernaw Dean Dr. Jerry McKee Regional Dean, Hendersonville Associate Professor Dr. Carolyn Ford Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor Dr. Gregory Alston Assistant Dean for Assessment, Associate Professor Dr. Michael Manolakis Assistant Dean for Student Development, Associate Professor Dr. Lisa Smith Assistant Dean for Faculty Development, Associate Professor Dr. Sabrina Cole Director of Biomedical Informatics, Dr. Brian Dial Director of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience, Dr. Nicholas Ferencz Director of Pharmacy Practice Labs, Dr. Wesley Haltom Director of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience, Dr. Tracy Hunter Director of Continuing Professional Development Professor Dr. Bobbie Williamson Regional Practice Experience Director, Hendersonville Dr. Kenneth Jackson Professor Dr. Samir Kouzi Professor Dr. Robert Barrons Associate Professor Dr. Heather Kehr Associate Professor Dr. Olga Klibanov, Associate Professor Dr. Lisa Meade Associate Professor, Hickory Dr. Amie Naylor Associate Professor Dr. Donald S. Nuzum Associate Professor Dr. Jacky Olin Associate Professor Dr. Robert Ashworth, Wilmington Dr. Dawn Battise Dr. Cassie Boland Dr. Alaina Borries Dr. Michelle DeGeeter, Hendersonville Dr. Megan Ducker Dr. Carrie Griffiths Dr. Brock Harris Dr. Kira Harris Dr. Lindsey Koliscak, Winston-Salem Dr. Daniel Lane Dr. Delilah McCarty Dr. Kimberly Nealy Dr. Angie Pegram Dr. Tanya Riley, Hendersonville Dr. Treavor Riley, Hendersonville Dr. April Robinson Dr. Chelsea Sanchez, Hendersonville Dr. Shawn Taylor, Hendersonville Dr. Nasir Uddin Dr. Rashi Waghel Dr. James Wheeler Dr. Jennifer Wilson Dr. Andy Woods Dr. Nicholas Wright Mr. Stephen Bass Information Technology Facilitator Mr. Brian Carpenter Pre-pharmacy Advisor Mrs. Elizabeth Green Coordinator of Experiential Programs Mrs. Katie Golfus Admissions Counselor Ms. Lisa Harrell Director of Administration Ms. Kristen Hendrick Administrative Assistant Ms. Susan Lance Administrative Assistant, Hendersonville Mr. Addison Smith Information Technology Facilitator Mrs. JoAnn Smith Coordinator of Academic Services and Assessment Mrs. Jean Tarlton Coordinator of Pharmacy Admissions Mr. Blake Tesnow Information Technology Facilitator, Hendersonville FALL 2013 SEMESTER New pharmacy student Orientation Week August Entering Student White Coat Ceremony August 16 First day of Classes August 19 Third-year student rotation Block 1 August 19 - September 20 Fourth-year student rotation Block 4 August 19 - September 20 Labor Day Break (students only) September 2 Third-year student rotation Block 2 September 23 to October 25 Fourth-year student rotation Block 5 September 23 to October 25 Third-year student rotation Block 3 October 28 to December 6 Fourth-year student rotation Block 6 October 28 to December 6 Thanksgiving Week Break November 25 to November 29 Last day of classes December 6 Final Exams December 9 to December 17 End of Semester Break December 23 to January 3 SPRING 2014 SEMESTER First day of Classes January 6 Third-year student rotation Block 4 January 6 to February 7 Fourth-year student rotation Block 7 January 6 to February 7 MLK Holiday Break January 20 Third-year student rotation Block 5 February 10 to March 14 Fourth-year student rotation Block 8 February 10 to March 14 Spring Break March 17 to March 21 Third-year student rotation Block 6 March 24 to April 25 Fourth-year student rotation Block 9 March 24 to April 25 Good Friday Break April 18 Easter Monday Break April 21 Last day of classes April 25 Final Exams April 28 to May 6 Commencement May 10 SUMMER 2014 SEMESTER Fourth-year student rotation Block 1 May 5 to June 6 Memorial Day Break May 26 Fourth-year student rotation Block 2 June 9 to July 11 Fourth of July Break July 4 Fourth-year student rotation Block 3 July 14 to August 15 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER

4 THOUGHTS FROM THE DEAN 4 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

5 Good news never gets old... You may recall that the Class of 2012 achieved a 100% pass rate on the NAPLEX Exam, and on more than one occasion I was among many who trumpeted that success. Did I mention the 100% pass rate in 2012? Sorry, I thought you might have missed it. We just learned that the Class of 2013 achieved a 98.48% pass rate. This affirmation of the quality of our graduates is underscored by the comparison of the Wingate University School of Pharmacy results with other cohorts. The All-North Carolina rate, which includes the 66 Wingate graduates who sat for the exam, was 96.44% ( for all exam takers); the All-USA rate, which also includes our own graduates, was 94.65% ( for all exam takers). It was with all good intentions that I retired from classroom teaching in But good intentions notwithstanding, this fall I returned to the classroom, teaching just one class. I hadn t realized just how much I would miss my direct classroom interaction with our students until the phenomenon of teaching-withdrawal set in. Last year, while I intently listened to the classroom challenges of our young faculty, I couldn t help but lament the opportunity to solve such challenges, first-hand, on a weekly basis. OK, I admit it. I am an addict. To be completely honest, I seem to get cranky and appear to have a shortened attention span when I go too long without my fix in class. And this year, Dr. Carolyn Ford scheduled me into a Friday afternoon slot. A killer timeslot, at best, but I was so anxious to get back into the classroom, I welcomed any schedule even one over a lunch hour on Fridays. So, I am now back in my comfort zone. August of 2013 marked the tenth anniversary of the matriculation of 61 prospective pharmacists that constituted the inaugural class of the newly established Wingate University School of Pharmacy. Of those 61 students, 59 moved forward to graduation in As the years pass, time moves ever-faster. But TEN YEARS since the program launch? Unbelievable! I keep in contact with several of that charter class; in fact, one is now my personal pharmacist, and one is now in my family. It was a very special class, and I would love to hear from the members of the class that I haven t heard from. WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER

6 WINGATE PHARMACY GRAND OPENING 6 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

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8 A Beautiful Life Lacy Brinton, a class of 2011 graduate, was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident on the evening of February 21, She is survived by her mother, father, and sister, Tammy, Mark, and Katie, as well as the many friends she made at Wingate University School of Pharmacy and elsewhere. Lacy was a world traveler and always sought new adventure and experience; she was fun-loving. Lacy was a shining example of working hard, not for the notoriety or CV fluff, but because she wanted to be a part of something greater. She was active in many student organizations, such as Phi Delta Chi, APhA, and Phi Lambda Sigma. Additionally, Lacy served as Patient Counseling Competition Coordinator for APhA and co-chaired the 2010 PDC Publication. She was always available to mentor fellow students, to lend an ear, a smile, or a hug. After graduation, Lacy relocated to Kentucky, where her family resides, to work as a floater pharmacist for Walgreens. Please remember Lacy as a student and pharmacist who exemplified hard work and empathy. The family requests any donations you may feel moved to offer to Lacy s Legacy Fund, a non-profit fund founded in her honor as a part of RxRescue. To those of us closest to her, she will never be forgotten and will forever be missed. - Drs. Cameron Iler and Megan Ducker, Class of WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

9 Lacy's LEGACY FUND My name is Mrs. Tammy Brinton, and my daughter was Dr. Lacy. E. Brinton. Lacy was a WUSOP student who graduated in May 2011, and she was also a member of Phi Delta Chi fraternity; she was very proud of both of these accomplishments. She was killed February 21, 2013, when returning home from a shift at Walgreens. Our family and her friends are inconsolable, and our hurt will never heal or go away. However, a young man that she met through Campbell University and Phi Delta Chi is trying to do something good in her honor. Marshal Carter has started a non-profit organization called RXRescue, Inc. Funded through donations, it s an organization to aid under-privileged people who cannot afford their medicine and to assist patients at health fairs. He has started a foundation in Lacy s name called Lacy s Legacy Fund. This fund has the same mission as RXRescue, but it is in her name. Lacy would have been so pleased to have this foundation as a tribute. Mr. Carter is trying to get the start-up money of $25,000. If you knew Lacy at WUSOP or are a brother of hers in Phi Delta Chi and would like to help the organization and honor her, please make a donation. With your gifts, we can help continue her beautiful legacy of aiding people. Please visit the website below for details. Also, this summer my family, along with Lacy s friends from England, will be doing the Hadrien s Wall Trek. Hadrien s Wall is the brick wall built over 1000 years ago by the Romans when they occupied England to separate England from Scotland. The wall is in ruins now, but the foundation is still there and spans 84 miles from the east coast of England to the west coast. If you would like to sponsor our family on this trek or just make a donation in honor of the trek, please do so. We can update you at a later date as to how the walk went and provide photos. Thank you for your time. WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER

10 Ify was one of the most devoted pharmacy students that I have met. She was such an inspiration seeing her fulfill her dream of finishing pharmacy school. So many obstacles came before her, but she persevered. Cancer was not going to stop her from fulfilling her dream. I am proud of her and will miss her greatly. Dr. Naylor Remembering Dr. Ifeoma Nnebe 10 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

11 Loving wife, mother, daughter, friend & devout woman of God A worthy woman who can find? For her price is far above rubies. The heart of her husband trusteth in her, And he shall have no lack of gain. She doeth him good and not evil All the days of her life. She seeketh wool and flax, And worketh willingly with her hands. She is like the merchant-ships; She bringeth her bread from afar. She riseth also while it is yet night, and giveth food to her household, And their task to her maidens. She considereth a field, and buyeth it; With the fruit of her hands she planteth a vineyard. She girdeth her loins with strength, And maketh strong her arms. She perceiveth that her merchandise is profitable: Her lamp goeth not out by night. She layeth her hands to the distaff, And her hands hold the spindle. She stretcheth out her hand to the poor; Yea, she reacheth forth her hands to the needy. She is not afraid of the snow for her household; For all her household are clothed with scarlet. She maketh for herself carpets of tapestry; Her clothing is fine linen and purple. Her husband is known in the gates, When he sitteth among the elders of the land. She maketh linen garments and selleth them, And delivereth girdles unto the merchant. Strength and dignity are her clothing; And she laugheth at the time to come. She openeth her mouth with wisdom; And the law of kindness is on her tongue. She looketh well to the ways of her household, And eateth not the bread of idleness. Her children rise up, and call her blessed; Her husband also, and he praiseth her saying: Many daughters have done worthily, But thou excellest them all. Grace is deceitful, and beauty is vain, But a woman that feareth Jehovah, she shall be praised. Give her of the fruit of her hands; And let her works praise her in the gate. Proverbs 31: ASV WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER

12 White Coat Ceremony CLASS OF 2017 STATS We received 688 applications and of those applications 183 were interviewed.there were 86 students that matriculated for the Wingate campus and 12 students for the campus in Hendersonville, NC. 29% are Wingate undergrads. 53% have a Bachelor s degree. AVG PCAT 55 Overall Prerequisite GPA 3.55 Science Prerequisite GPA International students, one each from: Rwanda Kenya Vietnam 74% are from NC (72 individuals) Other States Represented by our incoming class are: SC 5 CA 3 FL 2 GA 2 VA 2 AK 1 MA 1 NH 1 NY 1 OH 1 TN 1 TX 1 WV 1 WY 1 12 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

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14 FACULT Y BIOS Carie Steber AMBULATORY CARE SPECIALTY 6 Lindsey McCombie PHARM. D. Lindsey McCombie is the daughter of Jim and Sally Mc- Combie of Nicktown, Pennsylvania. Lindsey attended the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (UPJ) for her undergraduate studies; there, she earned a scholarship to play for the Division II UPJ Lady Cat basketball team. She received her PharmD degree from Wingate University School of Pharmacy in Lindsey is currently teaching as a clinical instructor at Wingate University School of Pharmacy, performing a residency specializing in medical information at Fresenius Medical Care NA, and serving the community at CVS. Lindsey s hobbies include scuba diving, traveling, reading, watching movies, theatre arts and spending time with friends and family. Dr. Bryant Summers Dr. Bryant Summers originally hails from Traverse City, Michigan, off of the coast of Lake Michigan. He completed his requirements for pharmacy school admission at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan. He then completed pharmacy school at Wingate University School of Pharmacy in the spring of 2013 and was accepted for the position of Drug Information Specialty Resident. His professional interests include infectious disease, oncology, medication safety, and formulary management. In his spare time, he enjoys trail running, hiking, golfing, and soccer. Carie Steber, PharmD, is originally from Cary, NC. She completed her undergraduate requirements at Wingate University and went on to earn her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Wingate University School of Pharmacy in Carie then completed a PGY1 Residency at the W.G. (Bill) Hefner Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salisbury, North Carolina, with an emphasis in ambulatory care. Her professional interests include chronic disease state management in the ambulatory care setting, patient education, and precepting students. Throughout her specialty residency year, Carie will be splitting her time between the practice and academic settings. She will provide direct patient care in various ambulatory care clinics throughout the greater Charlotte area, in addition to precepting students while on rotation. Academic responsibilities will include teaching numerous lectures, facilitating a pharmacotherapy case studies group, and serving on academic committees. Carie s yearlong residency project will focus on designing a diabetes curriculum for use in primary care offices. In addition to her residency project, Carie will be presenting at the Key Papers Session at the annual NCAP conference, reviewing a chapter for Pharmacist s Guide to Lipid Management textbook, writing monthly articles for Pharmacology Weekly, and co-presenting a continuing education session. She will also be attending the Cardiometabolic Health Congress and Southeastern Residency Conference. 14 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

15 James Wheeler ASST PROFESSOR OF PHARMACY James Wheeler, of Pharmacy, joined Wingate University School of Pharmacy in August, He earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from University of Tennessee Chattanooga in 2007; he received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN, in Post-graduation, he completed a two-year pharmacotherapy residency at UT Medical Center and UT College of Pharmacy in Knoxville, TN. Dr. Wheeler became Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy in He practices as a clinical pharmacist in internal medicine at Novant Presbyterian with a focus on pulmonary medicine. Jerry McKee PHARM. D., M.S., BCPP Jerry began his role as Regional Dean and Associate Professor of Pharmacy with Wingate University-Hendersonville in May, Previous to this appointment, he most recently served as the Associate Director of Behavioral Health Pharmacy Programs for North Carolina Community Care Networks, a clinical partner agency with the North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance. He is a psychiatric pharmacy specialist with over 30 years in the public mental health system; this time was spent in inpatient psychiatry at Broughton Hospital, residential developmental disabilities at the J Iverson Riddle Developmental Center, and correctional mental health services in Huntsville, Texas. He is Board Certified in Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacy, having received his undergraduate and graduate pharmacy training at UNC. He serves as an active member of many professional organizations, including the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists, and serves as immediate past president of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists and past member and chair of the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Psychiatric Specialist Council. He is the author of over 30 peer-reviewed research reports and has addressed audiences nationally regarding evidence-based applications for psychiatric medicine. Jerry s current research projects involve assessment of the impact of psychiatric pharmacist services in improving quality of life and resource utilization in inpatient and community-based patients with psychiatric disorders via behavioral health integration into the medical home model of care. JoAnn Smith JoAnn Smith joined Wingate University School of Pharmacy in September, 2013, as Office Coordinator of Student Services and Assessment. She earned her BA in English Literature at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA. A northern Jersey girl all her life, she relocated to North Carolina in 2012 with her family. Prior to coming to work for Wingate, JoAnn was employed in a variety of industries, including insurance, publishing, retail, and non-profit. She is married to Thomas, and they have two children and a cat named Onyx. JoAnn enjoys reading, going to the movies, and doing activities with her daughter s girl scout troop. WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER

16 Kenneth C. Jackson II PHARM. D., CPE Dr. Kenneth C. Jackson, II (Kenny) received his B.S. Pharmacy from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy, and Doctor of Pharmacy from the Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions. He completed an ASHP-accredited residency in nutrition support at St. Mary Hospital in Lubbock, Texas, and a post-doctoral research fellowship in pain and palliative care pharmacotherapy at the University of Utah. In 2010, Dr. Jackson completed the Academic Leadership Fellows Program with the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Prior to joining Wingate University, Dr. Jackson served as Professor and Chair for the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Maier Foundation Chair in Pharmacy at the University of Charleston. Prior to his time in Charleston, WV, Dr. Jackson was Professor and Campus Dean at South University School of Pharmacy in Columbia, South Carolina, and Professor and Associate Dean for the Pacific University Oregon School of Pharmacy. He has also maintained faculty appointments with the Texas Tech University School of Pharmacy and the University of Utah College of Pharmacy. His teaching and scholarship interests focus on pain and palliative care therapeutics. Of note, Dr. Jackson has been a certified pain educator (CPE) with the American Society of Pain Educators since Dr. Jackson has practiced in a variety of settings during his career, including ambulatory pain management, community pharmacy, health-system pharmacy, home infusion, hospice and inpatient palliative care. Dr. Jackson is an active member of the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and the American Pain Society. He currently serves as an editor with the Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care Review Group. Tonya Riley ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Tanya Riley, assistant professor at the Hendersonville campus, joined Wingate University School of Pharmacy in June She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Paul Quinn College and the Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. After gaining pharmacy practice experience in a variety of settings, Dr. Riley completed a postgraduate residency (PGY-1) at St. Dominic Jackson-Memorial Hospital in Jackson, MS. She became board certified in pharmacotherapy in Nasir Uddin Mohammad Nasir Uddin joined the Wingate University School of Pharmacy faculty June 1, 2013, as an Assistant Professor at the Wingate campus. He received his M. Sc. in Chemistry from Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia; his Ph. D in Pharmaceutics was awarded by Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia. He also worked on nano-particle based vaccine development for Human Papillomavirus (HPV) as a research scientist at the CDC. His research has led to 12 peer reviewed papers and 30 scientific presentations. Dr. Uddin s current research interest is vaccine formulation development using nanoparticles for the most prevalent cancers, such cervical cancer or breast cancer. Before joining Wingate, he was a faculty member of the Science Department at Georgia Perimeter College and an Assistant professor at the School of Pharmacy, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM). 16 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

17 FACULTY publications Annie Naylor Publications: Amie.J. Dirks-Naylor, Ngan Kim Tran, Sendra Yang, Raean Mabolo and Samir A. Kouzi. The effects of acute doxorubicin treatment on proteome lysine acetylation status and apical caspases in skeletal muscle of fasted animals. Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia, and Muscle, 4(3): , Posters presented at the Experimental Biology Conference in Boston, Ma in April 2013: Amie J. Dirks-Naylor, Joseph Bero, Sendra Yang, Raean Mabolo, Ngan Tran, and Samir A. Kouzi. Acute doxorubicin treatment induces proteome lysine deacetylation in the heart and liver of fasted animals. Amie J. Dirks-Naylor, Joseph Bero, Ngan Tran, Raean Mabolo, Sendra Yang, and Samir A. Kouzi. Early effects of acute doxorubicin treatment include increased apical caspase expression and activation in liver, but not heart, of fasted animals. Amie J. Dirks-Naylor, Joseph Bero, Raean Mabolo, Ngan Tran, Sendra Yang, and Samir A. Kouzi. Effects of acute doxorubicin treatment on oxidative stress markers and expression of vitamin D receptor in liver of fasted animals. Other: Dr. Naylor was appointed as Managing Editor of a special edition for the journal Frontiers in Bioscience. The title of the special edition is Mechanisms of skeletal muscle dysfunction and preventative measures. The special edition is to be published in Dr. Naylor was also appointed to the Awards Committee for the American Physiological Society. Megan Ducker, Chelsea Sanchez, Shawn Taylor Ducker ML, Sanchez C, Taylor SR. Pros and cons of e-prescribing in community pharmacies. US Pharm 2013;8(38) (P&T sup):4-7. Shawn Taylor, Kira Harris Taylor SR, Harris KB. The clinical safety and efficacy of sodium glucose co-transport-2 (SGLT-2) inhibitors in adults with type 2 diabetes. Pharmacotherapy 2013 Sep;33(9): WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER

18 ACCP American College of Clinical Pharmacy Community Service and Clinical Skills ACCP s Missions at work By Kimberly Tooker, Historian The American College of Clinical Pharmacy s (ACCP) Wingate University Chapter has started this year with great enthusiasm. Welcoming over 25 new members for the school year, ACCP has continued to grow,. Our national mission to extend the frontiers of clinical pharmacy and to provide professional development has been seamlessly coupled with our local chapter s dedication to become leaders in the community and to promote community growth. We began the year by hosting a Clinical Pharmacy Challenge Quiz, which was open to all students at the School of Pharmacy to assess knowledge of clinical skills. A record high number of students took this quiz, tripling participation from last year! A team of the top three scoring participants, all P4 students, competed in the first round of the national competition in early September. ACCP has continued its hallmark event of hosting monthly Lunch and Learn sessions at the Ellen Fitzgerald Senior Center in downtown Monroe. In September, senior citizens learned about sleep hygiene while enjoying a home-cooked meal provided by Lunch and Learn Chair and P3 student Mary Lomberk along with A Child s Place Chair and P2 student CJ Alonso. The talks we give here are always very rewarding, Vice President Patrick Netherland remarked. ACCP also teamed up with Phi Delta Chi to host a White Coat Series Lunch and Learn for students at the School of Pharmacy. Infectious disease professor Dr. Olga Klibanov presented a real patient case from the clinic where she works; while pizza was served, students worked together in teams to develop a therapeutic care plan involving the treatment of both HIV and tuberculosis. The event, which favored connections between P1s, P2s, and P3s, had lasting impact on students at every level and gave them additional insight into the development of clinical skills. This semester also saw the development of a new chair position: Philanthropy and Project Chair. This chair, filled by P2 student John Kindy this year, will organize a committee to spearhead efforts of community outreach and special project opportunities that arise throughout the year. This committee has been actively organizing a coat drive to provide the Men s Homeless Shelter of Charlotte with coats this winter. We have an exceptional chapter this year, Lynne Saycocie, ACCP President, says proudly, I m really looking forward to what is to come as the year progresses. For more information about the national organization, please visit To stay up to date on all of Wingate University s ACCP events, please visit our website at WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

19 APhA-ASP American Pharmacists Association - Acadamy of Student Pharmacists This past spring, APhA-ASP participated in the East Union Middle School Health Fair and the Wingate University School of Pharmacy Spring Health Fair. At both events, students provided counseling and raised awareness about the different APhA initiatives. Operation Diabetes handed out Truvia samples and information sheets regarding risk factors, signs and symptoms, and lifestyle modifications that patients could make. Operation Self-Care talked with people about different over-the-counter medications. Operation Immunization provided education about recommended vaccines and dispelled common myths/rumors concerning vaccination, while Operation Heart provided education and cholesterol screenings to interested individuals. Finally, Generation Rx raised awareness about current issues facing Americans. All in all, pharmacy students were able to talk to over 70 people about various health concerns. APhA-ASP also teamed up with SNPhA to participate in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk to Cure Diabetes that took place at Carowinds in April. The chapter s team of eleven walkers raised $596 dollars for the JDRF. The walk was to support the foundation s work in education, advocacy, and research for Diabetes. The Operation Heart committee sponsored a blood drive on campus with the Red Cross. Our hope was to get faculty, students, and the community to participate. The event was a huge success; 31 people donated blood, and 12 people became new donors. Operation Heart also helped to organize the chapter s official fundraiser in February, which was a heart-healthy spaghetti dinner that raised money for the American Heart Association. The guest of honor and speaker at the dinner was Amy Kochen, a survivor of heart disease and representative of the AHA. Turn-out for the event was great, and it is one that the chapter hopes to continue in the future. Following the fundraiser, the chapter was able to donate $400 to the AHA. This past March, Morgan Miller represented Wingate University School of Pharmacy at the APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition in Los Angeles, California. The theme of the meeting was Your Voice. Your Profession. Our Legacy. It featured many different informational sessions designed to encourage attendees to get involved and to foster innovation in order to bring our profession into the future. There was also an exposition where attendees could talk to different exhibitors who represented a variety of companies and services. Also, APhA-ASP leadership provided Morgan with valuable feedback, which he brought back and shared. Many of these suggestions on how our chapter can grow and improve are already being implemented into activities for this academic year, and the chapter is very excited about events to come. 11 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER

20 CPFI Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International CPFI members taking part in a monthly Bible study. Evan Moffit explains the craft to residents at a monthly Union Park event. 12 CPFI (Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International) is an organization at WUSOP dedicated to the communion of Christian Pharmacists as they worship, serve, and follow Christ. This unique combination of Christian belief and passion for pharmacy allows for a wide range of events. CPFI s commitment to pharmacy has been shown through its partnership with other organizations like APhA and SNPhA at local health fairs. Members also strive to encourage students and faculty to get fit and be healthier with their WinFit campaign. WinFit takes place every March and is a competition between the different pharmacy classes and faculty to see who can get the most points by working out. At the end of the competition, the winners receive a healthy breakfast put on by CPFI. Service is another initiative that CPFI holds dear to its heart. Each year members take part in Samaritan s Feet and Operation Christmas Child. The organization sets dates to go to each warehouse and serve by sorting shoes or packaging boxes. In the local community, CPFI serves seniors by going to Union Park Assisted Living Facility every month. CPFI organization members typically make crafts and fellowships with local residents there. CPFI also volunteers with the Ronald McDonald house. In the past, group members have participated in Bingo nights and have made cookies for the kids. Lastly, the organization is devoted to fellowship and growth in the Christian faith. Once a month there are Bible studies for anyone who wants to come, and there is usually a Thanksgiving/ Christmas dinner in November. While enjoying dinner together, people at these events learn about God from speakers in the community or faculty members at the school. These monthly meetings have been a great way to fellowship and connect with people in the organization. All in all, CPFI seeks to continue pursuing its goals of fellowship, worship, service, and a love for pharmacy. 20 WINSCRIPT FALL / WINTER 2013

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