Job Shadow to Employment: a Mentor a Cardinal Success Story

Job Shadow to Employment: a Mentor a Cardinal Success Story

When Brandan Call BSN ’16 registered for a special MCPHS program called Mentor a Cardinal, he had no idea how significant a role the program would play in creating opportunity for his future nursing career.


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A Scholarly Tradition Takes Root

A Scholarly Tradition Takes Root

Given its nearly 200-year legacy, MCPHS has had the opportunity to adopt, extend, and enhance traditions such as the Reed Education Conference, White Coat ceremonies, community service programs, and many others. One of the more recently developed traditions is to feature what MCPHS faculty members have recently done, at least from a scholarly perspective. … More
MCPHS CE Helps Alums Meet Board’s New Non-Sterile Compounding Requirements

MCPHS CE Helps Alums Meet Board’s New Non-Sterile Compounding Requirements

Massachusetts is the first New England state to require compounding specific CE for pharmacists. To meet this need and to inform pharmacists of emerging developments, the Continuing Education department at MCPHS University offered a session to provide an in-depth review of the current regulatory requirements for Complex Non-Sterile Compounding as well as best practices. … More
Leadership Candidates Fill Ballroom at SGA Awards Program

Leadership Candidates Fill Ballroom at SGA Awards Program

Do you recognize a leader when you see, hear or work with one? Leadership comes in all shapes and sizes, all makes and models. For this reason, a primary goal of the 2015 Worcester Student Government Association Leadership Awards program, which took place last spring at the 10 Lincoln Square Academic and Student Center. … More
Celebrating Scholarships

Celebrating Scholarships

In one short declarative sentence, Thomas Paternak BSP ’68 simply and conclusively summarized why scholarship award funding is so important: “I believe that students need more scholarship awards than ever.” … More

MORE THAN 1,400 GRADUATES SCORE DEGREES AT GILLETTE

MCPHS Commencement 2015 at Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium may be globally known as the home of the four-time NFL champion New England Patriots. But, for the MCPHS community, Gillette is a home away from home, and the ideal location for holding commencement exercises for the second year. Get the full story, slideshows and two videos!


Reed Conference Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

Reed Conference Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

1940 was a big year for healthcare innovation. Plasma had been just discovered as a blood substitute. The Rh factor in blood was revealed. The first hip replacement surgery took place and penicillin was first used as an antibiotic. Did you know that the inaugural Howard L. Reed Educational Conference also took place in 1940? After 75 years, all of these innovations are still vital, thriving elements of the healthcare landscape and going strong!

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