Juba Wins Best Paper Competition; Hillman and Bondar Receive Best Poster Honors; and Cheen Earns Best International Paper Award
The winners of the Best Paper and Best Poster Awards from the 2015 ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in San Francisco, California, were announced on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, during the Closing Ceremony and International Awards Presentations. Read the ACCP Report article.
University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy Crowned 2015 ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge Champion
The student team from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy captured the title of ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge champion in an exciting match with the team from the Thomas Jefferson University Jefferson College of Pharmacy. Read the ACCP Report article.
Call for Nominations
All nomination materials, including letters, curricula vitae or resumes, and other supporting documents, can be submitted online to ACCP. Read the ACCP Report article.
President’s Column: Making the Good Better!
I am very excited to begin serving you as ACCP President for the next year! One of my main goals will be to do what I can to help sustain the high level of energy and momentum that was generated during the recent ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in San Francisco, California. Read the ACCP Report article.
ACCP Academy Honors the 2015 Class of Graduates
ACCP honored 57 new Academy graduates during the ACCP Academy graduation ceremony held at the 2015 ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in San Francisco, California. Read the ACCP Report article.
Cardiology Is First Book in 2016–2018 PSAP Series
The next edition of ACCP’s popular Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program (PSAP) home study series launches January 15, 2016, with Cardiology
. Read the ACCP Report article.
ACCP-PAC PRN Participation Challenge (Standings Updated 11/13/15)
ACCP recently launched the ACCP-PAC PRN Participation Challenge to support the College’s efforts that call on Congress to enact legislation to provide Medicare patients with coverage for comprehensive medication management (CMM) within the Part B medical benefit. Learn more.