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Educating tomorrow’s doctors today

The need to align physician training with the evolving practice environment is imperative. By Cindy Sanders The first baby boomers turned 65 in 2011, and AARP estimates 8,000 boomers will hit the magic age for Medicare every single day for the next 16 years. Then there are the more than 30 million Americans who will

Legislative wrap up

The state of healthcare bills in Frankfort. By Ben Keeton The beginning of April signifies another legislative session that has come and gone. Though this was a short session, legislators took up a number of bills that directly or indirectly have an effect on the healthcare system. While many of these bills were dead on arrival, there were several surprises along the way. Below

UK pharmacy students place third in national competition

A University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy student team placed third in the nation in the Good Neighbor Pharmacy National Community Pharmacists Association’s (NCPA) Pruitt-Schutte Student Business Plan Competition. The student team consisted of third-year PharmD students Jessica Cox from Williamsburg, Sara Holliday of Olmstead, and Ashley Lanham of Whitesville. The faculty advisor for the