Groundbreaking Course on Opioid Crisis Highlights the Intersection of UM Strengths in Pharmacy and Neuroscience

kimberly madson, a faculty member in the department of pharmacy practice

Given its focus on such a relevant and high-profile topic, “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Address the Opioid Epidemic”, it’s not surprising that this semester’s pharmacy course on Recent Advances in Clinical Medicine (AHHS 389) has attracted so much attention. The course covers a wide variety of topics relevant to opioid addiction given by lecturers from many different perspectives, including neuroscience. Students attending the course come from diversity of majors, including pharmacy, neuroscience, social work, and law. Read the Missoulian article, "University of Montana class on opioid crisis plows new ground, attracts record class."