Previous Events

Previous events

Wearable Sensors: The future for pharmacy and fatigue risk management. Dr. Taylor Watterson PharmD, MS (PittPharmacy, 2017) will share her work exploring pharmacist occupational fatigue and how it defines characteristics of excessive workload that inhibits pharmacists’ abilities to function at normal capacity. Register at:  www.bit/techpharm22

A review of work from the students that comprise the Innovation Lab (Link)

Pharmacists from variety settings share their insight on the role of pharmacists in data as a part of the Python for Data Management course. All are welcome to join. Register at www.bit.ly/pdata22. Find previous presentations and speaker notes at this playlist.

Wearable Sensors: The future for pharmacy and fatigue risk management. Dr. Taylor Watterson PharmD, MS (PittPharmacy, 2017) will share her work exploring pharmacist occupational fatigue and how it defines characteristics of excessive workload that inhibits pharmacists’ abilities to function at normal capacity. View the presentation here: Link

Student pharmacists of the Pitt Pharmacy Innovation Lab present their work with our partner, pharmacist-founded startups. See all the presentations at the following playlist

Pharmacist-founded companies pose company projects for students in Pharmacy Innovation 1 in the Fall.

A review of work from the students that comprise the Innovation Lab (Link)

Tech+Pharm 21

A panel discussion about how pharmacy can lead the future of digital healthcare products. Learn what skills the digital future of pharmacy will need. Summary available here

Intro to Pharmacy Data - Series

The Introduction to Pharmacy Data Course is a course experience for learners across multiple settings ran by the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. This series contextualize lessons from data to practice-based settings. 

Pharmacy Innovation - Speakers

The Pharmacy Innovation course introduces elements of innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship across healthcare. We explore foundations of new ideas, processes, or technology in pharmacy, health-tech, or any field of interest from alumni and experts in this series 

Innovation Meet-up 2021

A review of work from the students that comprise the Innovation Lab (Link)