WHAT: Pharmacy students visiting from Japan will be treated to an afternoon with a Human Patient Simulator, courtesy of the College of Pharmacy at Washington State University Spokane.

The 17 students from Mukogawa Women’s University in Nishinomiya, Japan, just finished their fifth year of pharmacy school and are spending their annual break immersed in English at the Mukogawa branch campus in Spokane: Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute.

They will be treated to seven lectures by College of Pharmacy faculty about pharmacy in America during the eight weeks they are staying in Spokane. They will begin their sixth year of pharmacy school when they return to Japan.

News media are welcome to attend.

1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16

WSU Spokane campus, Health Sciences Building, Room 211.

Click here to see the WSU pharmacy students using SimMan in the classroom last spring.