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Transitions Magazine

Transitions is published bi-monthly for members of the APhA New Practitioner Network. The online newsletter contains information focused on life inside and outside pharmacy practice, providing guidance on various areas of professional, personal, and practice development. Each issue includes in-depth articles on such topics as personal financial management, innovative practice sites, career profiles, career development tools, residency and postgraduate programs, and more.

Finding normal on the road Finding normal on the road

Finding normal on the road

JUST LIFE

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How do you find balance and truly enjoy all that travel can bring?

A new home A new home

A new home

RESIDENTS CORNER

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To pursue your dreams, you need to make sacrifices while understanding the advantages and disadvantages of your decisions. As a career-driven woman, this was my chance to step outside of my comfort zone and cultivate new roots.

Life's too short to be busy Life's too short to be busy

Life's too short to be busy

As a pharmacist and health care provider, I am a big advocate for going beyond physical health, and making sure to prioritize emotional and mental...
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Finding solid footing at the end of the (residency) path Finding solid footing at the end of the (residency) path

Finding solid footing at the end of the (residency) path

Perhaps the remaining number of days as a learner is etched into the whiteboard on the residents’ office or written as a reminder of the...
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Fulfilling my passion to advance the profession Fulfilling my passion to advance the profession

Fulfilling my passion to advance the profession

With my new position, I am incredibly grateful to continue working in association management to fulfill my passion for advancing the pharmacy...
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Renegotiating salaries Renegotiating salaries

Renegotiating salaries

Are you ready to ask for a salary increase? The tips below will help you achieve success in many areas.

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Let's talk about stress

Raise your hand if the aftermath of 2020 has you feeling more stressed out than ever before. Both of my hands are frantically flying in the air on this one. 

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