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University News | 6/23/2023

In the News: MCPHS Is Making Headlines

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Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences faculty, staff, and students are making their mark around the world. Here’s a roundup of the latest University headlines in local and national news outlets, and industry publications.

  • Kimberly Barry, Candidate for Doctor of Healthcare Administration '25, is quoted at length in this Worcester Telegram & Gazette story looking at hospital overcrowding in Massachusetts.
  • Professor of Pharmacy Practice Jennifer D. Goldman authors an editorial about the denial of diabetes for the American Diabetes Association, calling for updated guidelines in the standard of care for newly diagnosed patients.
  • MCPHS President Richard J. Lessard was one of several university leaders to collaborate on a guest column for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, highlighting the positive economic impact of MCPHS and other schools in the Central Mass region.
  • Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences alum Susannah Clark turned her love of vintage nurse romance novels into Nurse Novels Publishing. Her story was featured in The Boston Globe.
  • Professor of Philosophy and Health Care Ethics Kenneth Richman was interviewed by ASHP, an organization of pharmacy professionals. Richman ran the ethics series at the group’s annual summer conference.
  • WBZ News Radio and The Boston Globe reported on the partnership between MCPHS and the nonprofit Bioversity to launch a life sciences employee training center in Dorchester.

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