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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.

On the pandemic's frontlines On the pandemic's frontlines

On the pandemic's frontlines

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I did not expect a global pandemic that would not only change my life, but also change society as a whole.

The motivated Bluejays of Creighton The motivated Bluejays of Creighton

The motivated Bluejays of Creighton

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Receiving the 2019–20 APhA–ASP Most Improved Chapter Award was a tremendous honor for our chapter.

APhA Institute has new format, usual memorable moments APhA Institute has new format, usual memorable moments

APhA Institute has new format, usual memorable moments

Despite the virtual format, the  the 2021 APhA Institute on Substance Use Disorders experience was as informative and memorable as ever.
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July-August 2021 Student Pharmacist July-August 2021 Student Pharmacist

July-August 2021 Student Pharmacist

In This Issue July-August 2021 Unity in Diversity ... On being Asian in America ... A unique pharmacy for patients in need...
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Unity in diversity Unity in diversity

Unity in diversity

When was the first time you heard or became cognizant of diversity? For me, it was a poster full of kids in my first-grade classroom. 

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Enhancing patient care through diversity Enhancing patient care through diversity

Enhancing patient care through diversity

With our nation’s troubled social history and current turbulence, there could not be a better time to address and promote the importance of...
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Take that leap Take that leap

Take that leap

As we head back to school or continue through rotations, I would like to share my journey and the leaps I have taken with APhA–ASP in the...
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On being Asian in America

It is crucial to continue learning about the experiences and plights of certain marginalized communities so that we can become not only better health care professionals but also better people.

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