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VISION. Be nationally and internationally recognized as a productive and innovative team whose excellent research, teaching, and other scholarly work translates into contributions and advancements in education, service, and in the field of pharmaceutical sciences.
MISSION. Provide quality and innovative scholarship in the form of teaching, research, and service in all aspects of pharmaceutical sciences; including drug discovery, clinical, translational, & basic research; pharmacology, drugs & therapeutics, novel pharmaceutical technologies, and medical & regulatory affairs.
VALUES. Create an environment that is supportive, gregarious, respectful and where all members are treated as equals. Also, to treat others as one would want to be treated. Our department values are in alignment with overall NSU values that include academic excellence, student centeredness, integrity, innovation, opportunity, scholarship/research, diversity, and community outreach.
This department's mission is to create and impart knowledge within the social, economic, behavioral, and administrative sciences in pharmacy. Faculty members are committed to the improvement of pharmacy services using the principles, concepts, and tools of economics, management, marketing, policy, public health, and the social and behavioral sciences. They conduct research and teach courses on the following topics:
Academic activities proceed along three fields of endeavor: pharmacy services and healthcare outcomes, pharmacist workforce and education, and patient's decision making and behavior. These activities are developed with emphasis on issues related to diversity, health disparities, and vulnerable populations.
The Department of Pharmacy Practice is committed to preparing graduates who are not only competent pharmacists, but also excel in providing optimal pharmaceutical care both at the level of individual patient outcomes and for the public health needs of society. The Department achieves this mission through its faculty practitioners who model life-long learning, engage in scholarly research and provide service to the community. Each faculty member develops a practice site, provides didactic and experiential learning opportunities, and contributes to the scholarly pursuits of the profession. Practice faculty brings a diverse range of specialty practice experience to their academic endeavors. The Department encourages its faculty to pursue areas about which they are passionate, and aims to foster nationally recognized practitioners and pharmacy innovators.