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MCPHS: Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

MCPHS: Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 7, 2019

Description: Lively music Description: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) Description: Students train to be physician assistants in an MCPHS lab. Description: Christopher Cooper, MPAS, PA-C, Program Director Christopher Cooper: A PA is a physician assistant, a person who’s trained to practice medicine under the supervision of a […]

Health officials investigate norovirus outbreak
Nashua, Manchester consider suing pharmaceutical companies
NH counties file lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies
Manchester Pharmacy Students Lead the Way into the Next Generation

Manchester Pharmacy Students Lead the Way into the Next Generation

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment November 19, 2019

In today’s climate where there’s so many pharmacy schools, new ones popping up, one thing that sets Manchester students apart is just their readiness to prove themselves. Our students are showing that they belong, kind of in this world where there’s tons of pharmacy students, tons of pharmacy schools. The practice is evolving so much, […]

Health Headlines: Flu starting to circulate in NH, but peak is months away
Nashua leaders meet to end stigma surrounding mental health
Health officials seek man who might have been exposed to rabies
NAMIWalks NH raises more than $147,000 to go towards mental health awareness, and suicide prevention

NAMIWalks NH raises more than $147,000 to go towards mental health awareness, and suicide prevention

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 9, 2019

WMUR’S SIOBHAN LOPEZ HAS MORE ON THE FUNDRAISING EFFORTS OF THE 2019 NAMI-WALKS NEW HAMPSHIRE.>>YOU ARE NOT ALONE. SIOBHAN: NOT ALONE IN STRUGGLING WITH MENTAL ILLNESS OR DEALING WITH THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE TO SUICIDE. THAT IS THE MESSAGE OF HOPE ADVOCATES WANT PEOPLE TO TAKE AWAY FROM THE STATE’S LARGEST MENTAL HEALTH […]

Threat of mosquito-borne illnesses remains high according to state health officials

Threat of mosquito-borne illnesses remains high according to state health officials

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 9, 2019

WMUR’S TIM CALLERY IS LIVE IN CONCORD WITH WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO KNOW. MOST PEOPLE ASSOCIATE MOSQUITOES WITH SUMMER BUT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SAYS RIGHT NOW IS ACTUALLY THE RISKIEST TIME OF YEAR FOR CONTRACTING DISEASES FROM THE INSECTS. DON’T LET YOUR GUARD DOWN JUST YET–THAT’S THE MESSAGE FROM STATE […]