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FEFE MURCIA AWARDS

UCAM students dominate the prizes awarded by the Business Association of Pharmacies

Of the three prizes awarded, they won first and second place, as well as two of the three runners-up prizes.

Of the three prizes awarded, they won first and second place, as well as two of the three runners-up prizes.
Awarded students of UCAM and the Vice-Dean of the Degree in Pharmacy, Pilar Zafrill, with FEFE Murcia and CROEM.

Thu, 30/09/2021 - 15:46

The Asociación Empresarial de Oficinas de Farmacia de Murcia, or “FEFE Murcia” (Business Association of Pharmacies of Murcia) celebrated the awards ceremony for the best undergraduate dissertation of the Region in this field this past afternoon at the offices of CROEM. The heads of these entities, María Luisa Torregrosa and José María Albarracín presided over the event. The first prize went to Blanca Viudes de Ojeda, a student of the degree in pharmacy at the Universidad Católica de Murcia, for her project 'Strategic plan for a community pharmacy', in which she tackles this subject from the perspective of social and health communication (with patients, administration and other health professionals), CSR and financial business management. 

 

The second prize also went to an UCAM, in this case, Miguel Cano Pérez, for his research 'Ginger as a functional food: A review of its processing and its effects on health'. Two of the three runners-up prizes also went to students from this institution. Javier Abizanda, for his undergraduate dissertation on 'Pharmacotherapeutic monitoring in patients at cardiovascular risk', and Ana Visedo for her work on 'Treatment and prevention of melasma'. 

 

The Universidad Católica de Murcia was represented by the Vice-Dean of the Degree in Pharmacy, Pilar Zafrilla, who highlighted the excellence of the submitted papers. According to the FEFE, the aim of these awards is to "promote the quality and relevance of the undergraduate dissertations, promoting the development and transfer of knowledge in the field business management of pharmacies".