I recently wrote a story for the Montanan about UM’s School of Pharmacy, which aims to get students into the field long before they graduate. The results are a quality education, but also a healthier public–during one routine screening in Helena, a team of pharmacy students saved a Montana legislator’s life. You can read the full story here.
UM pharmacy students run tests on a computer-programmed dummy they call Sim Man. (Photo by Todd Goodrich)