Pharmacy's ACCP Clinical Challenge Team advances to quarterfinals
The Harrison School of Pharmacy, or HSOP, team competing in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, or ACCP, Clinical Pharmacy Challenge recently advanced out of the fourth round and into the national quarterfinals. The team is made up of Maddie Sheffield, Chance Partlow and Nate Silar.
The competition started with 109 entries in the first round. It was trimmed to 64 in round two, 32 in round three, and 16 in round four. Joining HSOP in the quarterfinals are the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy, University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy, University of Iowa College of Pharmacy, University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy and University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy.
The ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge is a team-based competition in which teams of three students compete against teams from other schools and colleges of pharmacy in a “quiz bowl”-type format. This year's competition is being held virtually. The quarterfinals will take place on Oct. 12, followed by the semifinals on Oct. 14 and finals on Oct. 16.
Submitted by: Matt Crouch