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Student Pharmacist, September/October 2015

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September/October 2015 • Volume 12, Number 1

 

 

Features

Staying active in APhA–ASP during academic breaks

By Monroe Crawley


How to shine when it’s interview time

By Angela Olenik, PharmD, BCPS


To be or not to be a resident … that is the question 


By Lisa Garza, PharmD


A strong residency candidate needs strong reference writers 


By Christine Chim, PharmD, BCACP


From student leader to pharmacy leader 


By Sarah Cox, PharmD


Unique opportunity made possible by rotation experience


By Mark Huffmyer, PharmD


Continuing professional development: 
What it means for student pharmacists

By Jennifer L. Baumgartner, PharmD, BCPP 


New name, same message of understanding and compassion


By Keith Marciniak, BSPharm


The personal and professional impact of the APhA Institute

By Richard LaCoursiere

 


Departments

From APhA Headquarters: An experience in association management  


From Your Executive Committee: OTC Literacy hits the ground running 


SLI: A commission to lead 


SLI: Future of the profession depends on our advocacy now 


New Practitioner: What I shop for at NP L.I.F.E. 

Career Alternatives: HIT in community pharmacy practice


Federal Pharmacy: A challenging career with PHS 

Fellowship: Navigating the fellowship process 


Postgraduate: Pharmaceutical research: All in the “pharm-ily” 


On Rotation Diary: Perfect introduction to rotation life


Chapter Report: Reducing the impact of melanoma

Student Pharmacists Got Talent: The strong connection 
between science and art

 

 

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