Pharmacy students take part in national clinical skills competition
Eiann Lim and Jennifer Wu won the opportunity to compete at the state and national levels of the clinical skills competition.
Third-year pharmacy students Eiann Lim and Jennifer Wu won the clinical skills competition at LLU School of Pharmacy, earning them the opportunity to compete at the state and national levels of the competition, according to Jerika T. Lam, PharmD, assistant professor, LLU School of Pharmacy.
In October of 2007, the two competed at the state skills competition, held during the meetings of the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP), held in Palm Springs.
In December, they competed at the National Clinical Skills Competition, part of the 42nd Midyear Meeting and Clinical Exhibition of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASPH), titled “Advances,” which took place December 2–6 in Las Vegas.
“I would like them to be recognized for their participation and efforts,” says Dr. Lam. “Most importantly, I would like to point out that they were competing as third-year pharmacy students against a nationwide pool of fourth-year pharmacy students.”