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July 2016

On Geriatrics, the Small Victory and Other Musings

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So, let me tell you my main goal in the next few years. My grandparents are both 83 years old, and are moving down to Denver so they can be closer to more of our family. My goal is to make these years, if not the best years of their lives, years’ worth remembering. Maybe I’m shooting myself in the foot here, since it’s not related to pharmacy—not directly, at least, but the lessons I’ve learned in Dr. Linnebur’s class as well as the overarching philosophy of my long-term care pharmacy’s consultant have educated me tremendously in my perspective on geriatrics. It is a small goal of mine in the next few years to try to become a pharmacy consultant as I feel a lot of good can be done. Read More

A Career Less Traveled

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Sierra Hill’s path to pharmacy has been unconventional. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Molecular Cellular & Development Biology (MCDB) from CU Boulder, she went to the U.K. where she worked for the Royal College of Radiologists in England and then the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. “I wanted to be a citizen of the world. And, ultimately, my global work experience helped to mold my career path,” says Hill. Read More