Neighborhood Health Series: Depictions of Prescription Drugs in Movies and TV – How do these drugs function, and how accurate are their depictions?

Roseman University’s Neighborhood Health Series (NHS) offers monthly in-person presentations on issues related to health and well-being. These events are free and open to the public, with a complimentary meal offered.


Have you ever wondered how the prescription drugs you see in movies and TV function? Learn the function of drugs depicted, and if these depictions are accurate with Dr. Christopher So, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences with Roseman’s College of Pharmacy. How accurate are these portrayals and references? How do these messages impact the way we see these drugs?

Presented by: Dr. Christopher So


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