The University of HawaiʻiHilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (DKICP) is on a mission to help Hawaiʻi residents develop healthier lifestyle habits. Saturday, September 17 DKICP students and faculty will be offering free, confidential health screenings and consultations 10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. at Hale KīhoʻihoʻiClassroom A.
The event will include screenings for blood pressure and glucose, as well information and consultations on a range of topics such as asthma and diabetes. COPDThis includes smoking cessation, lifestyle and nutrition changes, reproductive health, and reviews on current medications.
“The program also allows student pharmacists to refine the skills necessary for their future careers,” DKICPAssociate Professor Jarred Prudencio. “The event will be run by our students, and faculty will be on hand to supervise and consult.”
This one-day event is part Aloha Project, and it’s organized by the DKICPChapter of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student PharmacistsAPhA-ASP).
“Participants can choose the types of screenings and consultations they want, and our student pharmacists will provide screening results and helpful information, answer questions and can help to connect them with other resources, such as smoking cessation or nutrition management support groups,” Carly Bell, APhA-ASP Aloha Project chair. “We are happy to be able to again offer these services to the public after taking a two-year break from in-person community-based events during the pandemic.”
For more information, please visit the Website for Aloha Project.