Published July 23, 2019
The University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, under the direction of Christopher Daly (PharmD/MBA ‘12), clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice, has joined the Academia - Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network Transformation (ACT) Pharmacy Collaborative.
The ACT Pharmacy Collaborative is an operational learning and acting collaborative between schools and colleges of pharmacy and clinically integrated networks of community-based pharmacies. The goal is to support the transformation of community-based pharmacy practice from a product-based care model to a community-based pharmacy care delivery model.
The ACT Pharmacy Collaborative will achieve this by:
“The association with the ACT Collaborative will lead to greater collaboration with local area pharmacies on student rotations, grant applications, data analytics and more,” says Daly.
The UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is one of the first schools of pharmacy in the country to join this initiative.