APhA-ASP PharmFlix Video Contest

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All APhA-ASP Chapters are invited to participate in APhA-ASP’s PharmFlix Video Contest! The 2017 theme is "Begin Your Legacy" and voting will occur at the APhA2018 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville, TN March 16-19. 
PharmFlix is short film platform that has proven to be a popular and creative to advocate for our profession. These films play online throughout the year, exerting their influence well beyond the APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition and APhA-ASP Closing Celebration. Your efforts at relating the professional knowledge, compassion, and vision of the pharmacist, whether in the setting of patient care projects, grassroots advocacy, or the workplace, can inspire an enhanced perception of the pharmacist’s role in patient care.
How do you collaborate with fellow student pharmacists or other health care professionals to meet the needs of patients? How is your APhA-ASP chapter working together to make a difference in your community? Your PharmFlix video is your opportunity to show your creativity and how student pharmacists will "Begin Your Legacy". 

2017 APhA-ASP PharmFlix Entries

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2017 APhA-ASP PharmFlix Video Contest. All participants will be notified of their submission status by February 1, 2018. The top 10 Best PharmFlix Videos, as well as the top 5 videos in both the "Most Humorous" and "Most Inspirational" categories, will be featured during the APhA2018 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville, TN. 
Voting in all three categories will take place during the APhA-ASP House of Delegates session and the winner videos will be announced during the APhA-ASP Awards Celebration at APhA2018. 

Guidelines & Forms 

2017 PharmFlix Guidelines - "Begin Your Legacy"

History of PharmFlix

The PharmFlix Video Contest was launched in 2009 as a way for student pharmacist to showcase their professionalism while also expressing their creativity by creating short public service announcements (PSA). PSAs can be of various genres including, but not limited to, documentaries, parodies of pop-culture, commercials, music videos, and movie trailers. Chapters are encouraged to work with their school or college of pharmacy, members, and the public to create their PharmFlix Video.

PharmFlix Video Contest Entries:

For more information about the PharmFlix Video Contest, contact APhA Student Development Staff at aphaasp@aphanet.org

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