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Pringle Awarded Grant for Drug Monitoring Training

Pringle Awarded Grant for Drug Monitoring Training

February 22, 2018

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Janice L. Pringle, PhD  received a grant from the Commonwealth of PA to help develop an educational curriculum and materials to train prescribers and dispensers… Read More ›

PittPharmacy Partners with Prescription Drug Monitoring Study

PittPharmacy Partners with Prescription Drug Monitoring Study

June 15, 2017

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Walid F. Gellad, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh General Internal Medicine and Janice L. Pringle, PhD are in partnership on a research study titled Development of… Read More ›

PittPharmacy's Pringle and PERU Receive Educational Grants

PittPharmacy's Pringle and PERU Receive Educational Grants

October 19, 2016

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Associate Professor Janice L. Pringle, PhD received a contract with the US Department of Veterans Affairs titled Pharmacy Readmissions Project Task Order: Application to Reduce… Read More ›

QIT Health Innovators Fellowship Two Time Winners

QIT Health Innovators Fellowship Two Time Winners

May 6, 2015

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For the second year in a row PittPharmacy faculty member Janice L. Pringle, PhD mentored the winning team for the Jewish Healthcare Foundation QIT Health Innovators… Read More ›

Pringle Receives Grant for Phase II Overdose Prevention

Pringle Receives Grant for Phase II Overdose Prevention

February 19, 2015

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Janice L. Pringle, PhD received funding from the PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency for Phase II of her Overdose Prevention study. The goal of this… Read More ›

Pringle Study: Community Pharmacist Intervention Boosts Drug Adherence, Reduces Health Costs

Pringle Study: Community Pharmacist Intervention Boosts Drug Adherence, Reduces Health Costs

September 3, 2014

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According to a new study, “The Pennsylvania Project: Pharmacist Intervention Improved Medication Adherence And Reduced Health Care Costs” led by PittPharmacy faculty member Janice L.… Read More ›