DeRemer Wins Best Paper Competition; Farina and Oni-Orisan Receive Best Poster Honors
The winner of the Best Paper Award from the 2014 ACCP Annual Meeting was announced on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, during the Scientific Poster Presentation II. Winners of the Best Student Poster Award and Best Resident and Fellow Poster Award were announced on Monday, October 13, 2014. 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.

2015 ACCP Research Institute Research Grants and Investigator Training Programs
The ACCP Research Institute Futures Grants is a new mentored developmental awards program providing research funding through two competitive granting mechanisms: (1) student and resident research awards and (2) junior investigator research awards. Read the ACCP Report article.

President’s Column: Advancing Our High Standards of Practice for Clinical Pharmacy
As I begin my year as president of ACCP, I would like to take some time to reflect on several important aspects of the “who,” “what,” “how,” and “why” of our practice. Read the ACCP Report article.

End-of-Year Special: Residents, Fellows, and Graduate Students Can Join ACCP for Half the Price!
Attention residents, fellows, and graduate students: from now through December 31, first-time resident, fellow, and graduate student members of ACCP can join for just $40—half off the regular resident and fellow/graduate student member rate! Read the ACCP Report article.

Registration Opens Soon for ACCP’s New Critical Care Pharmacy and Pediatric Pharmacy Prep Courses
To be held at Chicago’s conveniently located Hyatt Regency O’Hare from April 10 to 14, 2015, Updates in Therapeutics® 2015 will feature the Ambulatory Care Pharmacy and Pharmacotherapy Review and Recertification courses plus ACCP’s new preparatory review courses in Critical Care Pharmacy and Pediatric Pharmacy. Read the ACCP Report article.

Ebola Virus: Resources for Clinical Pharmacists
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources has issued an open letter for health care professionals regarding the Ebola Virus (see See also the Centers for Disease Control Ebola Resource Guide at and the National Institute of Health’s Ebola Virus Information for Healthcare Workers at

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