Script Your Future Challenge

The Script your Future Challenge is upon us!  What is the Script Your Future Challenge you ask?  It is a month long competition that occurs nationwide between Schools of Pharmacy.  The goal is to promote medication adherence in communities across the country.  Here at LECOM, the pharmacy school in conjunction with our partners in the medical school have planned over 20 events throughout the month of February.  The students are committed to raising awareness on the important and preventable health risk of medication non-adherence.  For more information visit:

Links

LECOM’s Script Your Future Campaign

The “I Will” Pledge by Script Your Future

Coverage of LECOM’s 2015 Kick Off Event on ABC Jet-24 Action NewsJet24

Coverage of LECOM’s 2015 Kick Off Event on NBC 12 WICU NewsNBC 12 WICU News

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Events

These are only a few of the Script Your Future events. Each event focuses on one of three disease states and highlights the importance of medication adherence for patients with specific health conditions.  For more details and to see the full list of Script Your Future events, please visit the LECOM SGA Calendar. To volunteer at an event, please contact the club president.

 

Script Your Future @ Erie YMCA on Peach St (presented by SSHP) Operation Self Care Script Your Future Event Script Your Future @ LECOM Wellness Center (presented by Rx Runners)
Operation Immunization Script Your Future Event Script Your Future Event @ Downtown YMCA on West 10th (presented by Mentoring Club) Medication Adherence Presentation @ Great Lake Institute of Technology (presented by Phi Lambda Sigma)
Prescription Drug Education and Drug Take Back @ Millcreek’s Joy Center (presented by Rho Chi) Script Your Future @ Giant Eagle on Peach St (presented by SSHP) Script Your Future @ Grace Church (presented by CPFI)
Script Your Future Heart Health (presented by NCPA) Katy’s Kids Asthma Presentation (presented by APhA-ASP) Mercyhurst Prep Wellness Fair Presentation (presented by APhA and SNPhA)