Arthur Shaw was introduced to the field of pharmacy at a young age. His parents are healthcare professionals, and he has been in and around hospitals and pharmacies most of his life. At a young age, Arthur was diagnosed with a rare disease. However, this gave him the unknown fortune of a better understanding of the world of healthcare – both through his experiences as a patient and now through his experience as a healthcare worker. Arthur's career goals have been created by various experiences, which he has had the opportunity to improve upon during his journey to becoming a pharmacist. The experience gained from volunteering at health screenings, conducting bench/bedside research, and working as a pharmacy intern have given him knowledge from multiple perspectives to become a well-rounded and trustworthy leader in and out of UAMS.
The Future Leaders in Healthcare award is presented to healthcare students in the US and Canada that have displayed initiative, curiosity, and a strong work ethic.
Students receiving the Future Leaders in Healthcare award were selected from more than 15,000 healthcare students for their completion rate (volume + level of difficulty) of digital activities within the school’s eLearning center hosted on CORE’s READINESS co-curricular LMS.
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