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The Week Ahead: Former US Surgeon General Adams to speak at Touro series

MARE ISLAND -- Dr. Jerome Adams, who served as the U.S. surgeon general during the Trump administration, will be a featured speaker during the seventh annual Social Justice in Public Health Speaker Series at Touro University California.

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Survey Highlights Underused Skills of Onc Pharms

The oncology pharmacy community is well aware that its clinical services can profoundly improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. Now, researchers hope that documenting and publicizing the types of clinical activities that these pharmacists provide will lead other health care stakeholders to take notice as well, and employ pharmacists to their full potential.

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Touro University announces new College of Pharmacy Dean

Touro University California appointed the new Dean for the College of Pharmacy, James Scott.

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For Your Health: This is Minority Donor Awareness Month; there's work to be done

August is National Minority Donor Awareness Month, which celebrates its 25th year this year. The awareness campaign began in 1996 to address the large gap between donors and those awaiting tissue and organ transplants from communities of color.

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Vallejo City Unified School District partners with Touro for vaccine workshop

The Vallejo City Unified School District has once again partnered with Touro University to offer a vaccine workshop.

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Tip of the Week: Making the Most of Tech-Check-Tech

As the scope and duties of pharmacists evolve, so too must their reliance on dedicated support personnel, such as pharmacy technicians. Lack of time is often among the most common barriers to pharmacists' engagement in patient-directed services such as medication therapy management (MTM).1

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Leibe joins active medical staff at Memorial Hospital

JASPER -- Joanne Leibe, D.O., M.P.H. was recently appointed to the active medical staff at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. Dr. Leibe is a general surgeon who will be joining Marcus Kurucz, M.D., Megan Stevenson, M.D., and Charles Tollett, Jr., M.D. at Memorial Surgical Associates.

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Improving Cardiometabolic Health in the COVID-19 Era

Hi. I'm Jay Shubrook, a family physician, professor at Touro University of California, and a primary care diabetologist. I'm delighted to be here today to give a COVID update as it relates to cardiometabolic health.

Read More...09/10/21

 

For Your Health: This is Minority Donor Awareness Month; there's work to be done

August is National Minority Donor Awareness Month, which celebrates its 25th year this year. The awareness campaign began in 1996 to address the large gap between donors and those awaiting tissue and organ transplants from communities of color.

Read More...08/18/21

 

Vallejo City Unified School District will follow Newsom's mandate on teachers, staff

When the Vallejo City Unified School District opens for school on Monday, it won't be business as usual.

Read More...08/18/21

 

Kaiser Permanente Napa-Solano Provides Equitable Access To Covid-19 Vaccines Among Those Disproportionately Affected By The Pandemic

Kaiser Permanente is increasing access to the COVID-19 vaccine through key partnerships with local community and government organizations in Napa and Solano counties as part of an effort to vaccinate priority populations and those most affected by the pandemic.

Read More...08/18/21

 

The Week Ahead: Back-to-school resource fairs return to St. Mark's, Mount Calvary

FAIRFIELD -- A pair of local churches will host school resource fairs Saturday. St. Mark's Lutheran Church will host the Fairfield-Suisun School District's Back to School Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Mark's Lutheran Church.

Read More...08/13/21

 

Kaiser Permanente bolsters efforts to vaccinate Napa and Solano County

As part of an effort to vaccinate priority populations and those most affected by the pandemic, Kaiser Permanente is increasing access to the Covid-19 vaccine through partnerships with local community and government organizations in Napa and Solano counties.

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Vallejo pharmacy still offering vaccinations as demand dwindles

It's almost been easier for pharmacist Artur Metu to administer 2,200 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines than it is responding to the doses of ignorance.

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Touro University's final orientation welcomes in latest batch of new students

Touro University concluded all orientation events, which began July 28, as of Aug. 1. Many new students were greeted on campus by a drive thru parade, where dozens of faculty and staff members waved, rang cow bells, blasted air horns and distributed small collections of goodies to incoming students.

Read More...08/13/21