Hampton University’s School of Pharmacy loses accreditation

Hampton University’s faculty of Pharmacy has lost its certification, in keeping with a report from the certification Council for Pharmacy Education’s board of administrators.

The report is from the board’s Jan meeting and shows “accreditation withdrawn” for Hampton University’s Doctor of Pharmacy Program with reference to standards associated with “progression” and “educational outcomes.”

Hampton University students’ United Nations agency passed the examination would increase to over seventy % in 2018 however once more fell short to the year’s national average (90 percent), in keeping with the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. The association hasn’t however printed NAPLEX passing rates for 2019 on their web site. the varsity received associate eight-year certification in 2015 however has been on probation since 2017 for reasons concerning students’ “progression rates” and performance on the NAPLEX, Iyer wrote in associate August 2017 letter.

In keeping with the council’s enchiridion on standards, Hampton’s faculty of Pharmacy hasn’t been totally ready to “develop, resource, and implement a concept to assess attainment of academic outcomes to make sure that graduates area unit ready to enter observe.” conjointly students should have graduated from associate ACPE commissioned faculty so as to require the North yank pill roller Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) that upon passing permits them to use for state licensing. In 2017, the NAPLEX passing rate for Hampton University students trying the examination for the primary time was but sixty % compared to the national average of nearly 90% of ACPE commissioned faculty graduates United Nations agency passed the examination that year.