CU Pharmacy Students Advise Patients through Call Center

Students in Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy gain experience in medication therapy management by working in Cedarville’s Cedar Care Call Center. The Call Center opened recently and is led by Phillip Thornton, vice chair of experiential programs and associate professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville.

Read more about the School of Pharmacy at Cedarville and its first graduating class in the April issue of Cedars, on newsstands April 29.

Josh Burris is a junior journalism major and multimedia person for Cedars. He is interested in sports broadcasting and reporting. He enjoys watching sports, lifting, and listening to rock and rap music.

Amy Radwanski is a junior journalism and broadcasting/digital media double major and digital editor for Cedars. She is pursuing a career in broadcast performance with her studies.

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