One of the first assignments I was given as the 2019–20 APhA Executive Resident was to represent APhA at a pandemic planning meeting in Washington, DC.
Two years ago, APhA–ASP, with the support of Merck, launched the Women’s Health Campaign (WHC) and made the commitment to address the health education needs of women across the country.
ADVOCACY By Scotty Reams
When I was a kid, the same ice cream truck would visit my house each summer. It wasn’t an ordinary ice cream truck, though. What made this ice cream truck so special?
ADVOCACY By Jackie Brogie and Kristin Werner
While recently attending an AHEC Scholars Program presentation on barriers to health care in the LGBTQ+ community, some staggering statistics were revealed about the transgender community.
ADVOCACY: By the 2019–20 APhA–ASP Communications Standing Committee
After an exciting and eventful year on the APhA–ASP Communications Standing Committee, we want to share our favorite and most useful tips for effectively expanding your chapter’s social media prese
The Healthcare Scholar was originally created by one of my mentors, James Cong, PharmD, as a media platform to encourage interprofessional health care collaboration and learn from other students an
Student pharmacists are sometimes told that they don’t know enough yet to create legislative or policy change. They are told that they need to wait, that they aren’t ready.
As the daughter of a retired law enforcement officer, I was honored to assist with the implementation of 2019.5—Creating Safe Work and Learning Environments for Student Pharmacists, Pharmacists, an
This year, as the Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the Associated Students of Washington State University Health Sciences (ASWSUHS), I helped lead the passage of HB 1726 in the Washington