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Held June 7-9, the Southern Pharmacy Administration Conference, or SPAC, served as a forum for researchers interested in social, behavioral and economics of pharmacy to share and disseminate their ideas. Since 1985, SPAC has been held once every two years to foster professional development of graduate students and to facilitate dialogue between colleagues across institutions in the southern region.

“It was an honor for the Harrison School of Pharmacy and the Department of Health Outcomes Research and Policy to host SPAC,” said Department Head Salisa Westrick. “It has been 26 years since Auburn hosted this conference and it was a great opportunity for other SEC colleagues to visit our beautiful campus and learn more about the exciting scholarly work that our colleagues and peers are conducting.”]

Read more about the conference on the Harrison School of Pharmacy website