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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.

APhA-ASP Member Spotlight: Dillon Solliday APhA-ASP Member Spotlight: Dillon Solliday

APhA-ASP Member Spotlight: Dillon Solliday

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Meet Dillon Solliday, a third year PharmD candidate at the University of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy.

APhA-ASP Member Spotlight: Megan Russell APhA-ASP Member Spotlight: Megan Russell

APhA-ASP Member Spotlight: Megan Russell

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Meet Megan Russell, a third-year PharmD candidate at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy.

November-December 2021 Student Pharmacist November-December 2021 Student Pharmacist

November-December 2021 Student Pharmacist

In This Issue November-December 2021 Student Pharmacist Pushing new boundaries: The scoop on scope of practice ... From HQ: Dreaming BIG at...
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Pushing new boundaries: The scoop on scope of practice Pushing new boundaries: The scoop on scope of practice

Pushing new boundaries: The scoop on scope of practice

Why should you factor location and state regulations into your career decision-making process? Two accomplished pharmacists provide answers and...
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Dreaming BIG at APhA Dreaming BIG at APhA

Dreaming BIG at APhA

When did my passion for innovating in pharmacy begin? It was at an APhA-ASP MRM.

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Making excellence a habit Making excellence a habit

Making excellence a habit

Every year, we make it a priority to involve as many student pharmacists as possible in the APhA–ASP policy development process.

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Full scope

As providers, we are well positioned to serve our patients as both their coach and cheer section to remind them they are still in the race.

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