During the 2018–19 school year, the University of Missouri–Kansas City’s APhA–ASP Chapter made a significant impact in the three communities that span our campuses: Columbia, Kansas City, and Sprin
To fulfill the project’s mission to educate people of all ages on the dangers of prescription drug misuse, our Generation Rx team implemented innovative methods of patient outreach.
Whether through community outreach, health fairs, or even the state fair, Generation Rx plays an integral role in the Minnesota Student Pharmacy Alliance (MPSA) at the University of Minnesota Colle
I chose to pursue residency to further develop my skills in leadership, project management, and program development beyond what I learned in pharmacy school.
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.
This year has held a lot of obstacles for student pharmacists, but that doesn’t mean it’s been all “no’s.” If your or your chapter’s outlook on the upcoming year is grim and hopeless, you are going
COVID-19 has impacted nearly all areas of pharmacy education, forcing academic institutions to use alternative means to continue classes and clinical rotations.
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.
Amidst a pandemic, student pharmacists are enduring the challenges of learning and applying clinical knowledge in an environment unlike anything anyone has experienced before.