Clinical faculty member uses interactive learning to engage pharmacy students

Trisha Branan’s dedication to teaching, coupled with her commitment to critical care pharmacotherapy, are daily experiences that complement her role as a clinical assistant professor in the UGA College of Pharmacy.

“In the hospital acute care units, the health care team has to quickly interpret a great deal of patient data and communicate effectively with each other, often to keep patients alive,” said Branan, 2006 alumna of the UGA College of Pharmacy. “The critical care program is vitally important as it develops the knowledge and skills our students need to optimize patient care and outcomes, not just in the critical care setting, but in all pharmacy practice settings.”

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