ACCP Report - April 2015
At their respective April board meetings in Chicago, the ACCP Board of Regents and the ACCP Research Institute Board of Trustees approved the release of an RFA (Request for Applications) to study the impact of the implementation of comprehensive medication management (CMM) in primary care medical practices.
Read the ACCP Report article.
Up to $100,000 in mentored, developmental research awards will be granted through the Futures Grants program of the Research Institute’s Board of Trustees. Individual grants may range from $5000 to $40,000, depending on applicant eligibility and the proposal’s requisite budget. Read the ACCP Report article.
For the second consecutive year, members of the District of Columbia College of Clinical Pharmacy (DC-CCP) gathered in Washington for the chapter’s Capitol Hill lobby day. Read the ACCP Report article.
The ACCP Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN) invites all ACCP members practicing in outpatient psychiatric clinic settings with responsibilities that include providing care for patients with schizophrenia spectrum and/or bipolar disorder at least 10 hours per week to consider participating in a survey-based research study. Read the ACCP Report article.
This year, ACCP’s annual meeting, the 2015 ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy, will be held October 17–21, 2015, in San Francisco, California. Read the ACCP Report article.
The 2015 ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge offers eligible teams the opportunity to compete in up to four online rounds, with the top eight teams advancing to the live quarterfinal competition at the 2015 ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in San Francisco, California. Read the ACCP Report article.