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ACCP Report - September 2019

Brooks and Buck Join ACCP Staff

ACCP welcomes two new staff to the College’s Lenexa, Kansas, and Washington, D.C., offices this fall.

Amie D. Brooks, PharmD., FCCP, BCACP

Amie Brooks, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCACP, joined the ACCP staff on August 26 as director, strategic initiatives. She will be based at the College’s headquarters office in Lenexa. Brooks came to ACCP from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, where she served as professor and vice chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and chair of the Division of Ambulatory Care. Until June 2016, she also oversaw the St. Louis PGY1 residency program as residency program director for 10 years and precepted students and residents as a clinical practitioner in primary care. A Fellow of ACCP and vice chair of the 2019 Credentials: Fellowship Committee, Brooks has also participated in other ACCP-related activities, including numerous committee memberships; ACCP paper co-authorships; many poster/paper presentations at ACCP meetings; faculty member for the Emerge from the Crowd program, the Teaching and Learning Academy, and the Clinical Reasoning Series; Clinical Pharmacy Challenge Item Writing Panel chair and reviewer; and prep course filed tester.

Marcia L. Buck, Pharm.D, FCCP, BCPPS

Marcia Buck, Pharm.D., FCCP, FPPAG, BCPPS, joined ACCP on September 9 as director, clinical practice advancement, and will work from the College’s Washington, D.C., office. Buck moved to ACCP from the University of Virginia (UVA) Children’s Hospital, where she was a pediatric clinical pharmacy specialist and clinical coordinator in the Department of Pharmacy Services. She has held appointments as professor in the UVA School of Medicine and clinical professor at the VCU School of Pharmacy. She also oversaw the UVA Children’s Hospital PGY2 residency program as residency program director and regularly precepted students and residents as a neonatal intensive care clinician. The 2016–2017 ACCP president and a Fellow of the College, Buck has also participated in other ACCP activities, including service as the Pediatrics PRN chair; committee member/chair; numerous presentations at ACCP meetings; author of PSAP chapters, ACCP papers, and five editions of the ACCP Pediatric Education Medication Text; editor of PedSAP; member of ACCP best poster/paper judging panels; member of the committee for development of the pediatrics specialty petition submitted to BPS; and ACCP’s representative on the ASHP Commission on Credentialing.

Brooks and Buck will join a sizable group of ACCP staff who will be present at the upcoming ACCP Annual Meeting. Members are invited to meet and greet them, together with the other ACCP staff, during the College’s landmark 40th anniversary celebration in New York City.