The Center for Collaboration and Advancement in Pharmacy (CAP Center) was approved in 2020 to serve as a core for educational, operational, and research capacity for faculty in the College of Health Professions and practitioners throughout the state. The Center prioritizes research which can be feasibly upscaled, impact population health, and be translatable to other settings.
The mission of the CAP Center is to advance patient care and outcomes by providing training, resources, and interventions fostering advancement of pharmacy and collaboration with other healthcare professionals using evidence-based best practices resulting in improved population health outcomes.The CAP Center seeks to develop programs that encompass the four core principles of the Center.
The CAP Center provides students with experiences that will prepare them to work at the top of their professional license upon graduation. The CAP Center provides framework for research efforts in areas of population health management and medication safety.
Building on an approach developed for its nationally-recognized Opioid and Naloxone Education program for pharmacists, NDSU has established the Center for Collaboration and Advancement in Pharmacy,…