Saturday, June 21, 2014
Academic Lecture or Conference

This course is a designed to fulfill the requirements for the APhA National Certificate Program in MTM. APhA's Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services certificate training program is an active learning seminar in which participants practice a variety of communication techniques to elicit a patientís medication experience and identify medication-related problems, using cases based on the real-life experiences of MTM providers. Participants will gain experience interviewing patients; identifying and prioritizing medication-related problems; developing and implementing interventions; and documenting activities. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to explore various business models and billing strategies and discuss plans for implementation. Additional pre-seminar self-study modules, case studies, hands-on patient interviews, and assessment practice sessions, pharmacists will obtain the clinical knowledge and skills needed to establish medication therapy management services.


The STEP Forward Camp is a one-week residential engineering introduction program for rising 12th graders. The program is limited to fifty students. Participants stay on the University of Houston campus in a dormitory. UH engineering students serve as camp mentors and counselors. The STEP Forward Camp curriculum includes: An introduction to the various disciplines of engineering ("What do engineers do?") Project-based learning (hands-on team project competitions involving engineering design) Site visits to Houston-area engineering companies Field trips Panel discussions by working engineers and current engineering students Fun at the campus sports and recreation center

Arts Culture Entertainment Featured Visitors

Gifted high school pianists perform ensemble works.


All Class Reunion, all welcome, Special thanks to Years 89 and 94.

Arts Culture Entertainment

6:30 p.m. Pre-concert performances by Virtuosi of Houston (Lobby), and Settling the Score with Dr. Andrew Davis, noted author and Director of the Moores school of Music (Rm 108).