Are you ready to expand your impact beyond the pharmacy workplace? APhA offers a variety of opportunities for you, as an APhA member, to make a difference in your profession, expand your professional network, strengthen your leadership skills, and build your résumé. Our volunteer positions range from short-term project commitments to long-term committee work or serving on the APhA Board of Trustees. Read more about our ongoing volunteer positions below, then complete the volunteer application for the positions of interest to you. Help us to advance the profession while advancing your career!
APhA-APPM Special Interest Group (SIG) Committee Leaders and Members Needed!
You have hundreds of opportunities to get involved with the 35-plus SIG committees during the upcoming 2020-21 Academy year! Whether you are an expert in a specific area or looking to learn from other APhA members, the SIG committees are the place to be. The committees each have unique charges, and opportunities to suggest ideas for the SIG to take on. Explore the opportunities at each of the SIGs’ webpages to learn about the committees’ charges. Then, visit the application pages to submit your interest to serve as a member or committee leader for one or more committees. The application deadline has been extended to May 10, 2020!
- Compounding SIG
- Care of Underserved Patients SIG
- Diabetes Management SIG
- Immunizing Pharmacists SIG
- Medical Home/ACO SIG
- Medication Management SIG
- Nuclear Pharmacy Practice SIG
- Pain, Palliative Care, and Addiction SIG
- Preceptor SIG
- Transitions of Care SIG
Provider status profiles in Pharmacy Today: APhA needs YOU!
APhA’s Pharmacy Today magazine features a monthly provider status story of a pharmacist providing patient care services. The magazine began publishing its series of provider status profiles in October 2013. Now we’re looking for a few (more) good stories to help advocate for provider status recognition. Do you have a story of a patient encounter that illustrates both the value of pharmacist-provided care and the constraints of practicing without provider status? Are you an APhA member eager to articulate why patients need access to, and coverage for, pharmacists’ patient care services? If so, please submit your idea with the subject line Provider Status Profile Submission to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration by APhA staff.
Questions About Volunteering?
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