Pharmacy Education

Jacksonville students at the UF College of Pharmacy have adjusted well to a modified curriculum during COVID-19.

By: Carol Motycka, Pharm.D., BCACP
U.S. News & World Report ranks the UF College of Pharmacy fifth in the nation among all pharmacy colleges.
Pharmacy cover Spring 2021 In-person instruction resumed in August for UF College of Pharmacy students in Jacksonville. Students are required to wear masks and physically distance from each other during classroom and skills lab activities.
Plaque ceremony A ceremony was held Oct. 29 to recognize the plaque’s donation to the Jacksonville Public Library. Those attending the ceremony included, from left, Michael Jackson, B.Pharm., executive vice president and CEO of the Florida Pharmacy Association; Ron Salem, Pharm.D., a Jacksonville city councilman; Carol Motycka, Pharm.D., assistant dean and a clinical associate professor at the UF College of Pharmacy’s Jacksonville campus; Eric Jakab, Pharm.D., president of the Duval County Pharmacy Association; and Tim Rogers, director of the Jacksonville Public Library.
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