Which programs, specifically, did you look at?
Are the other pharmacy schools going full virtual for Fall though?
we are 40th in national ranking, do you think the increase will help us climb the list?
immunization training ?
I just looked up Idaho State University's cost of attendance for a PharmD just now. Their tuition is under $8000 per year and the cost of attendance, including cost of living, is under $20,000 per year.
I think he means that you are charging more for additional educational material? We are going to pay more while the school bears less expenses with all students being studying from home.
Great! Thank you!
You had made this decision before the pandemic, virtual classes, and economic decline...so, that is why we are confused about the raise standing for this upcoming year.
APha and ASHP both have webinars weekly.
Your pharmacology texts are available online through the WSU library. Study for my pharmacology class over the summer!
Thank you Dr. Marsh!
I’m not a professor, but I follow @pharmafactz on instagram and they post several questions daily on random topics from therapy to pharmacology. It’s a great way to keep me on my toes!
Dr. Underberg--i would like to get information about your class to share with donors. We have many who are very interested in historical pharmacy such as this.
Some interesting starting literature:
Great resource for a lot of pharmacy topics in a readable format They also have good drug cheat sheets :) https://www.tldrpharmacy.com/
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1. "The Cracow Ghetto Pharmacy" by Tadeusz Pankiewicz and "The Pharmacist of Auschwitz: The Untold Story" by Patricia Posner. Also a related book of interest; this is written by a woman's father who was an anesthesiologist here in Spokane post-WWII. But, he was one of the very first individuals, as medical support, who entered the Dachau concentration camp upon liberation in April 1945. She (Clarice Wilsey) joins my APPE students in an ethic discussion during rotation. Her new book on her dad's letters he wrote home from Dachau is titled, "Letters from Dachau: A Father's Witness of War, a Daughter's Wish for Peace."
Are we going to do tests on campus or from home still?
I second Robyn's question!
Thank you Dr. Robinson!
I appreciate everyone for considering our feedback and am personally very excited about being part of providing solutions to immunization training. Stay safe and thank you for having everyone’s best interests at heart.
For PY2s going into Pharmacy Management this fall (and anyone else who hasn't read it), I would suggest "Good to Great" by James Collins. We discuss many of the concepts and it was one of the books I was required to read when I went to the corporate office of Bartell (they had a list of required readings at the time for DMs)
Why does yakimas decision to go full virtual impact what Spokane does. our petition in Spokane gained a lot of traction.
Thank you Dr. Robinson!
What is going to happen to pharmaceutics lab? will it be pushed to Spring?
We had a couple of students in the spring semester who were struggling with internet bandwidth. How can we help those students in the fall so that they are able to access classes and course materials?
also UW COP has found a way to have a hybrid model when coronavirus is worse on the west side.
For students who are going to be out of state, about how far in advance would we be notified IF we are in a phase that would allow on campus testing?
Dr. Marsh ^^ I they are offering a program that provides hotspots to students with WIFI challenges
They sent out this link about a month ago, so I’m not sure if it is still accessible, but definitely a potential resource for students with wifi challenges
I can answer that Dr. Marsh! Currently student gov is working with Pullman to buy more WiFi hotspots, chromebooks, etc... to loan/ship to students!
For people who opt out of IPPE community, when will we be provided with more information of how the course is going to work?
It should be available to everyone including out-of-state students!
Thanks, Spencer and Colin. I’m hoping that these programs will continue into the fall. Please urge your classmates to contact staff or faculty if they run into problems. I don’t want any of your classmates struggling during my class!
they’re referring to spring semester I believe
For students who are out of state, will they have to pay out of state tuition or will they be able to pay in state tuition? Since we will all be receiving the same education quality and out of state students will not have access to the resources provided on campus. I believe the WSU Global Campus provides a single rate for all students
They do Zoe! I fact-checked that earlier this week with my colleagues in Global!
Alice, as Dr. Brand and Dr. Lazarus stated, we're not 100% sure what is going to happen with pharmaceutics lab including both the incomplete that you received this last spring semester as well as the course for the incoming first year students. Many components of compounding need to be done in person. We will make sure to communicate with you as decisions are made.
UW and OSU are on quarter system and don’t start fall term until the end of September. WSU starts fall semester in mid-August and a decision had to be made for WSU way before UW and OSU have to make a call.
Would the school be willing to contact local pharmacies to see if they would allow more interns to work/hire/maybe even volunteer? I've been trying for weeks and I'm getting no where with local pharmacies, but it might help to have the school's backing.
Thank you Dr. Remsberg
I thought the video we had to do for pharmaceutics lab was a great idea. Even though we didn't have the appropriate items like gowns and gloves we were still practicing our technique
IPPE INST and COMM alternatives are going to be ONLINE. Will not require physical presence
Dana-You all really did an excellent job completing the video with appropriate seriousness. Thank you again for that!
To be clear, it is not just a given, you have to apply for the in-state tuition like any other semester?
Colin - It’s a one time application after the 12 months you’ve been in Washington. The info is on the student services page. There’s a list of requirements you put together and send in to WSU
Alright. Thank you Dr. Bertsch!
I have in-state residency, so it does not apply to me directly. I just do not understand not making an exception for this semester because it is essentially a WSU Global education in Pharmacy. Is that a reasonable question Robyn?
I also recognize I may just not understand the regulations in place as well.
The company that I work for has temporarily closed some locations and moved to full mail order services, while the remaining locations are curb-side only.. so they are definitely decreasing staff.. =(
where are the funds gained by a tuition increase going?
Thank you for answering my question!
I second Nate's question!
Who do I request it from?
Oh got it! Thank you!
Thank you all