The year 2020. Need I say more? The last calendar year challenged APhA–ASP Chapters in unforeseen ways. Game plans that we had successfully implemented in the past were no longer an option.
In May 2020, roughly 2 months into the pandemic that has forever changed our way of living, the discussion surrounding a COVID-19 vaccine was still minimal or nonexistent in mainstream conversation
The APhA–ASP mission statement includes the phrase “to improve patient care.” Since 1997, student pharmacists, responding to community needs, have harnessed their passion to implement APhA–ASP pati
Each new rotation experience provides a flurry of opportunities: to apply your didactic learning, expand your professional knowledge and skill set, and achieve greater autonomy in practice.
In September, the APhA–ASP House of Delegates passed Resolution 2020.1, which encourages schools and colleges of pharmacy to provide mental health resources for students, including readily acce
When I discovered that there are more than 30,000 APhA–ASP members across the country, I believed being a scholarship recipient was out of my reach.
As I walked into the silent room, I immediately sensed the tension. The patient and his family sat, calmly trying to process the news they had just been given. Lymphoma.
As APhA–ASP’s regional and national leaders reflect on 2020, we see all the ways student pharmacists have adapted to helping patients and advocating for the profession.
In early September, just after fall semester began virtually at Washington State University (WSU) College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the main WSU campus in Pullman experienced a drama
A huge conflict I faced during my APPE rotations was the fear that I was “not enough” as a student pharmacist. Did I deserve that award? Am I qualified enough for this position?