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Residents, Fellows, and Graduate Students' Guide to the ACCP PRNs

Adult Medicine

Total Members: 1201
Student Members: 245
Resident Members: 88
Fellow Members: 0

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are encouraged to participate on the Adult Medicine PRN subcommittees. For more information, please contact the Adult Medicine PRN Chair.
  • Travel Award

Ambulatory Care

Total Members: 2288
Student Members: 686
Resident Members: 183
Fellow Members: 16

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the Ambulatory Care PRN subcommittees.
  • Travel Awards
  • The Ambulatory Care Mentoring Program
  • Walk Rounds

Cardiology

Total Members: 1376
Student Members: 321
Resident Members: 72
Fellow Members: 8

Opportunities
  • A time is designated before the business meeting to discuss careers, ACCP, and the Cardiology PRN
  • Travel Awards

*The Cardiology PRN has initiated a task force to determine how to get students and residents more involved in the PRN.

Central Nervous System

Total Members: 266
Student Members: 109
Resident Members: 5
Fellow Members: 1

Clinical Administration

Total Members: 467
Student Members: 96
Resident Members: 17
Fellow Members: 1

Opportunities
  • Involvement in the PRN business meeting at the ACCP Annual Meeting.
  • Residents and fellows are allowed and encouraged to sit on the Clinical Administration PRN subcommittees.
  • Student/Resident Liaison
  • Travel award

Critical Care

Total Members: 2326
Student Members: 405
Resident Members: 200
Fellow Members: 8

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on any of the Critical Care PRN subcommittees.
  • Travel Awards
  • Research Grant
  • Complimentary PRN membership is given to PGY2 Critical Care Residents.

Drug Infomation

Total Members: 352
Student Members: 135
Resident Members: 8
Fellow Members: 4

Opportunities
  • Involvement in the PRN business meeting at the ACCP Annual Meeting.
  • Drug Information Project Grant

Education and Training

Total Members: 601
Student Members: 91
Resident Members: 22
Fellow Members: 6

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the Education and Training PRN committees.
  • Participation in the Mock-Interviewing Session during the PRN business meeting at the ACCP Annual Meeting
  • Resident members presenting posters at the ACCP Annual Meeting will be visited by EDTR members to discuss their research findings and provide support for scholarly pursuit.
  • Travel Awards

Emergency Medicine

Total Members: 1005
Student Members: 297
Resident Members: 81
Fellow Members: 6

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the Emergency Medicine PRN subcommittees.
  • Travel Awards

Endocrine and Metabolism

Total Members: 335
Student Members: 84
Resident Members: 12
Fellow Members: 2

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the Endocrine and Metabolism PRN subcommittees.
  • Travel Awards

Geriatrics

Total Members: 401
Student Members: 112
Resident Members: 17
Fellow Members: 3

Opportunities
  • Travel Awards

GI/Liver/Nutrition

Total Members: 241
Student Members: 59
Resident Members: 3
Fellow Members: 2

The GI/Liver/Nutrition (GILN) PRN was founded on October 25, 1999 in Kansas City, Missouri in order to establish a network of clinical pharmacists interested in promoting and advancing practice, research, and education in the areas of gastrointestinal (GI) disease, liver disease, and nutrition. The founding officers, Rosemary R. Berardi (Chair), William R. Garnett (Secretary/Treasurer), Rex O. Brown (Nominations Committee Chair), and Susan Sorrells (Communication/Newsletter Committee Chair), along with 25 participants helped to lay the foundation for the GILN PRN, which was officially recognized 84 days later, on January 17, 2000. The first official meeting of the GILN PRN reported 56 members.

The GILN membership has grown 400% since 2000, and now totals over 220 members, which include practitioners, fellows, residents, and students. Members of the GILN PRN have made significant contributions to the profession: 140+ papers authored or co-authored by a PRN member, 44 book chapters authored or co-authored by a PRN member, 100+ posters presented at meetings, and 300+ presentations at meetings. Additionally, many of our members hold certifications including BCPS, BCACP, and BCNSP. Many of our members have also received various honors, awards, and grants toward GILN-related research.

The GILN PRN offers many opportunities for practitioners, residents, fellows, and students. These opportunities include travel awards for residents, fellows, and/or students, networking with experienced practitioners, and involvement in the leadership of the PRN.


Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the GI/Liver/Nutrition PRN subcommittees.
  • Travel Awards

Global Health

Total Members: 200
Student Members: 86
Resident Members: 6
Fellow Members: 2

HIV

Total Members: 270
Student Members: 79
Resident Members: 23
Fellow Members: 5

Health Outcomes

Total Members: 225
Student Members: 48
Resident Members: 3
Fellow Members: 11

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are encouraged to be involved in the PRN business meeting and plans for educational programming.

Hematology/Oncology

Total Members: 930
Student Members: 381
Resident Members: 52
Fellow Members: 4

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the Hematology/Oncology PRN Resident/Student Task Force.
  • Travel Awards

Immunology/Transplantation

Total Members: 556
Student Members: 114
Resident Members: 40
Fellow Members: 9

Opportunities

Infectious Diseases

Total Members: 2294
Student Members: 557
Resident Members: 144
Fellow Members: 27

Opportunities
  • The Infectious Diseases PRN has an opportunity for a resident member to participate on the board of officers. The term will be August through June each year.
  • Residents and fellows are encouraged to sit on the Infectious Diseases PRN subcommittees
  • Travel Awards
  • The Infectious Diseases PRN also has a committee composed of residents, fellows, and students to focus on its needs.

Nephrology

Total Members: 217
Student Members: 44
Resident Members: 5
Fellow Members: 1

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the Nephrology PRN subcommittees.
  • Travel Awards

Pain and Palliative Care

Total Members: 370
Student Members: 62
Resident Members: 14
Fellow Members: 1

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the PRN subcommittees, including Programming and Membership committees.
  • Travel Awards

Pediatrics

Total Members: 1058
Student Members: 391
Resident Members: 58
Fellow Members: 5

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are allowed to sit on the following Pediatrics PRN subcommittees; travel award, nominations, education, professional advancement, research, and social media.
  • Travel Awards

Perioperative Care

Total Members: 113
Student Members: 16
Resident Members: 3
Fellow Members: 0

Pharmaceutical Industry

Total Members: 369
Student Members: 199
Resident Members: 2
Fellow Members: 6

Opportunities
  • Residents, fellows, and students are encouraged to sit on the Pharmaceutical Industry PRN subcommittees.
  • Residents and fellows are also encouraged to attend PRN educational sessions and actively participate in PRN meetings.
  • The Pharmaceutical Industry PRN helps fund one resident and one fellow ACCP travel award. Two $500 awards are given to residents or fellows who have a poster accepted to the ACCP Annual Meeting. The award recipients must present their original research at the Pharmaceutical Industry PRN business meeting.

Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics/Pharmacogenomics

Total Members: 343
Student Members: 124
Resident Members: 12
Fellow Members: 15

Women's Health

Total Members: 291
Student Members: 134
Resident Members: 5
Fellow Members: 2

Opportunities
  • Residents and fellows are encouraged to participate in the Women’s Health PRN committees (e.g., advocacy and scholarship, communications, programming).
  • Travel Awards
  • The Women’s Health PRN also has a committee composed of residents, fellows, and students to focus on their needs.