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In North Carolina, Medicaid enrollees circumvent a controlled substance lock-in program

Oct 5, 2016

Controlled substance lock-in programs which require patients at high risk for prescription drug abuse to visit a single doctor and pharmacy for opioid prescription coverage are an increasingly popular policy solution to the epidemic of opioid misuse.

Creighton PT Student Earns NASA Fellowship for Otherworldly Muscle Research

Oct 4, 2016

The faraway depths of space have a way of inspiring those of us confined to Earth.

A Pharmaceutical Safari: Sullivan joins students worldwide at IPSF Congress in Zimbabwe

Sep 16, 2016

Louisa Sullivan, a third-year pharmacy student at Creighton University, competed with pharmacy students from around the world during the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF) World Congress in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Alumnus’ new post in Native American community keeps Creighton tradition thriving

Sep 7, 2016

As a boy, Rich Brantner, PharmD’16, remembers scouring the freshly plowed fields around his boyhood home in southern Missouri and finding a trove of artifacts, little treasures of his Native American roots.

Creighton Physical Therapy Faculty and Students Volunteer at Military Sports Camp

Sep 6, 2016

Creighton physical therapy faculty and students volunteered at the annual Military Sports Camp hosted by the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) and Wounded Heroes Foundation (WHF) during the summer.