Interprofessional health fair educates UB students

Fall Back on Track

Published December 2, 2016

Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS), in collaboration with many other UB schools and organizations, presented the third annual "Fall Back on Track" health fair.

This interprofessional wellness clinic aims to educate UB students on topics such as sexual health, skin cancer and immunizations. To successfully cover the wide range of health topics, LKS invited students from the UB School of Dental Medicine, the Multicultural Nursing Student Association and LKS Beta Alpha, their sister chapter at D’Youville College. Over 50 students attended the event.

LKS would like to extend a special thanks to Irene Reilly, clinical assistant professor, pharmacy practice; Edward Russak, senior research scientist, pharmacy practice; Emily Leppien, adjunct instructor; pharmacist Charlene Meyer; and Victoria Belousova, clinical assistant professor, D'Youville College.

Lambda Kappa Sigma is an International Professional Pharmacy Fraternity whose mission is to promote the profession of pharmacy among women and advance women within the profession by developing its members as individuals and leaders through the support of fellow members, while encouraging a high standard of professional ethics and scholarship.