Erin Ballentine, a third-year professional pharmacy student and president of Cedarville’s CPFI chapter, helps administer the free flu vaccines the Cedarville chapter of CPFI bought for the Health Partners Free Clinic in Troy, Ohio.
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Jessica Hall, a third-year professional pharmacy student from Carrollton, Illinois, checks the blood pressure of a patient at the Health Partners Free Clinic before she receives the flu vaccine.
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The Cedarville University chapter of Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International presents the Springfield Soup Kitchen with blood glucose and blood pressure monitoring devices earlier this year.
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Corri Adams, a second-year professional pharmacy student and president-elect of Cedarville’s CPFI chapter, played a significant role in writing the report, which won a $500 grant.
The Cedarville University chapter of Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International (CPFI) has been awarded a $500 grant to provide free influenza vaccines.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Pharmacy Students Win Grant to Provide Free Influenza Vaccines" (2020). News Releases. 1242.