Emily Doss, a second year student in Belmont’s College of Pharmacy, has been selected for a position in the Johns Hopkins Pharmacy internship program in Baltimore, Md. Of the 22 students selected for this internship, Doss is the only student selected from a pharmacy program within Tennessee. Doss will work as a pharmacy intern at the home care site at Johns Hopkins Hospital for 12 weeks this summer. This internship provides opportunities to shadow both pharmacists and pharmacy residents working in various specialties. Dr. Condit Steil, chairman of Pharmacy Practice at Belmont’s College of Pharmacy, as well as Dr. Naftilan, a physician working with students in the Vanderbilt Program in Interprofessional Learning (VPIL), of which Doss is a part, encouraged her participation in the program.
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