ACCP Report - June 2015
The advocacy priorities of ACCP’s Washington, D.C., office—which include the College’s efforts to establish coverage for Medicare comprehensive medication management (CMM) services, our grassroots activities, and the ACCP Political Action Committee (ACCP-PAC)—are all connected components of ACCP’s organization-wide commitment to clinical practice advancement toward patient-centered, team-based care. Read the ACCP Report article.
The ACCP Political Action Committee (ACCP-PAC) has launched an effort aimed at generating individual contributions of at least $100 from a minimum of 500 ACCP members. We urge you to contribute to our “500 for $100” campaign! Read the ACCP Report article.
ACCP is pleased to offer expanding opportunities for current pharmacy students. Last month, ACCP announced the launch of the Clinical Research Challenge (CRC) to complement the existing Clinical Pharmacy Challenge, which debuted in 2010. Read the ACCP Report article.
Many advances are occurring in the pharmacotherapy of neurologic and psychiatric diseases. Better diagnostic tools and new therapeutic interventions, both pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic, have resulted in innovative approaches to managing these diseases. In addition, changes in pharmacy practice are opening new areas and expanding current roles for pharmacists. These topics are the subject of CNS/Pharmacy Practice
, the latest release from ACCP’s popular Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program (PSAP). Read the ACCP Report article.
The ACCP Academy will offer the first half of its 1-year certificate programs in Teaching and Learning, Research and Scholarship, and Leadership and Management as premeeting symposia on Saturday, October 17, at the 2015 Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy. Read the ACCP Report article.
Management of women’s and men’s health conditions is a common concern for the ambulatory care clinical pharmacist. Women’s and Men’s Care, the July 15, 2015, release from the Ambulatory Care Self-Assessment Program (ACSAP), presents evidence-based updates on a wide range of these disorders, as well as updates to several common gastroenterologic disorders. Read the ACCP Report article.