In this webinar, the presenter will discuss the importance of biologics and their impact on patient care and disease management.
The APhA-APPM Transitions of Care Special Interest Group (SIG) is a fresh professional network of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians working to overcome transitional challenges and enhance collegial collaboration in all practice settings. APhA members, join today and start networking across the country.
APhA Student Pharmacist members gain practical hands-on experience through patient care projects such as Operation Heart, Generation Rx, Operation Diabetes to name just a few.
APhA-APRS seeks volunteers for its committees in the areas of Education, Awards, and Postgraduate activities. Committee service is a great way to get involved in the Association and network with colleagues. Previous committee experience is not required.
Pharmacists In Action
2015 Academies Leadership Meeting: Capitol Hill visits for provider status
More than 40 Academy leaders and members of the Board’s Strategic Directions Committee gathered for APhA’s 2015 Academies Leadership Meeting (ALM). Twenty-three Academy Leaders made 39 visits on Capitol Hill to advocate for the Pharmacy and Medically Underserved Areas Enhancement Act (H.R. 592/S. 314).
Student pharmacists Jennifer Levine, APhA–ASP Education Standing Committee Vice-chair, from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Jared Frye, APhA–ASP Policy Standing Committee member, from Wingate University, spent time during ALM advocating for the provider status legislation. Shortly after ALM, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) signed on as a cosponsor of H.R. 592. d within its skilled nursing facility.