APhA-ASP PharmFlix Video Contest

 

Overview

All APhA-ASP Chapters are invited to participate in APhA-ASP’s PharmFlix Video Contest! The 2020 theme is "Student Pharmacists in Action - Navigating a Virtual World" and voting will occur at the APhA2021 Annual Meeting & Exposition March 12-15. This year, the theme is “Student Pharmacists in Action: Navigating a Virtual World,” inspired by the incredible ways each and every student pharmacist is connecting, caring for patients, focusing on their mental health or advocating for our patients and the profession during an unprecedented year. Despite all the changes 2020 has brought, the passion that student pharmacists bring to APhA-ASP and their communities has stayed consistent.

 

For over 50 years, APhA-ASP has provided student pharmacists with opportunities to impact patient care in their communities, to advocate for our profession, and to grow and develop as leaders. Each year, APhA-ASP has answered the call of our profession to improve the lives of our patients in communities across the country – a call to empower student pharmacists with the skills necessary to become outstanding pharmacists so that we will leave the pharmacy profession better than we received it. While the mission of APhA-ASP has stayed the same for all these years, the impact of APhA-ASP has continued to grow due to each chapter and member. This year the PharmFlix contest gives you an opportunity to share how you are still carrying out that mission while navigating the virtual world. Your video may focus on connecting, caring for patients, mental health and wellness or advocacy efforts in the context of 2020. The theme is meant to provide flexibility so that no matter what your chapter is doing right now, you can highlight your innovation through adversity.

 


 

Guidelines & Forms 

 


 

History of PharmFlix

The PharmFlix Video Contest was launched in 2009 as a way for student pharmacist to showcase their professionalism while also expressing their creativity by creating short public service announcements (PSA). PSAs can be of various genres including, but not limited to, documentaries, parodies of pop-culture, commercials, music videos, and movie trailers. Chapters are encouraged to work with their school or college of pharmacy, members, and the public to create their PharmFlix Video.

 

2019 PharmFlix Video Contest Winners 

Most Humorous: Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy - "As Long As You're Our Pharmacist" by the Pill-Pack Boys

Most Inspirational: University of Puerto Rico School of Pharmacy - Advocating Through Patient Care

Best Overall: Purdue University College of Pharmacy - The Avengers: Pharmacy War
 

PharmFlix Video Contest Entries

 


For more information about the PharmFlix Video Contest, contact APhA Student Development Staff at APhA-ASP@APHANET.ORG

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