Pharmacist and Pharmacy Personnel Well-Being and Resiliency

Every sector of pharmacy is stressed and doing more with less. As the leading organization caring about pharmacists and pharmacy personnel in all practice settings, we are committed to addressing the well-being and resiliency of pharmacists, student pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmaceutical scientists and, ultimately, patients.  


WBI-H-C_300.jpgYour well-being as a member of the health care team is vital to a patient's outcome. Assess your well-being with an anonymous survey, invented by the Mayo Clinic, to evaluate fatigue, depression, burnout, anxiety/stress, and mental/physical quality of life.

Assess your well-being with an anonymous survey


We’re all-in on your well-being. That’s why APhA, along with four national pharmacy organizations, held a national consensus conference, to develop strategies that address pharmacists’ well-being and resiliency and design a path forward. The conference hosted multiple stakeholders from diverse practice perspectives.

View recommendations from the National Consensus Conference


Read APhA's statement on pharmacist well-being

Read more about the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience for which APhA is a ”network organization” and where you can find additional resources on this topic. 

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