Introduction to the Postgraduate Initiative

What are the goals of the Postgraduate Initiative?
  • To promote scientific research among peers.
  • To increase communication and interaction among postgraduate members.
  • To establish collaborative relationships between members and postgraduate leaders.
  • To increase awareness and to make available postgraduate related resources, tools and opportunities.
Who oversees the Postgraduate Initiative?
Who does the Postgraduate Initiative benefit?
  • Reduced membership dues
  • Discounted registration to the APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition
  • Opportunity to present research and to compete for the APhA-APRS Postgraduate Best Paper Award
  • Opportunity to network and collaborate with colleagues across the country
  • Opportunity to serve on an APhA-APRS Committee
  • Opportunity to serve in elected and non-elected leadership positions
  • Serve as Academy Delegate in the APhA House of Delegates and speak on the role of science and research in the pharmacy profession
Why should postgraduate members attend the APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition?
  • The Postgraduate Initiative offers unique programming for postgraduate members during the APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition. One such event includes the APhA-APRS Postgraduate Forum. This is also where the Postgraduate Best Paper Award is announced.
  • Detailed information on the postgraduate related sessions and events can be accessed on the APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition website: https://aphameeting.pharmacist.com/
Questions?
  • For questions related to the Postgraduate Initiative, elected and non-elected member volunteer opportunities within the Academy and the APhA-APRS Postgraduate Advisory Committee, please contact APhA-APRS Postgraduate Officer Tony Olson ( olso2001@umn.edu )
APhA-APRS Postgraduate Spotlight
Resources for Prospective Postgrads:
 
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Statistics:

 

Past APhA-APRS Postgraduate Forums:

2014:  Building Better Bridges: Strategies for Successful Collaboration in Interdisciplinary Research

2013:  Is that your final question? Selecting and refining great research questions

2012:  Writing and publishing insights from the clinician, researcher, and editor perspectives

2011:  Show me the funding: Help for new investigators

2010:  Beyond graduation: Discovering your career possibilities

 

Please contact APhA Staff Margaret Tomecki for more information regarding the APhA Postgraduate Initiative.

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