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ACCP Student Travel Awards

ACCP offers travel stipends to help defray the costs students incur when attending the ACCP national meeting. Student Travel Awards are administered through the ACCP Foundation and funded by the Student Travel Award Fund.

Deadlines

Event Date Application Available Application Deadline
2024 ACCP Annual Meeting October 12-15, 2024 June 1, 2024 August 30, 2024

How to Apply

ACCP student members in good standing who are full-time students pursuing their first professional pharmacy degree at an accredited college or school of pharmacy are invited to apply.

Applicants should submit:

  • A completed online application
  • A CV or resume
  • A personal essay of up to 500 words describing the applicant’s interest in ACCP and objectives for attending the national meeting
  • Two letters of recommendation from a clinical pharmacy practitioner or faculty member

Questions? Contact ACCP at [email protected].



PRN Student Travel Awards

In addition to ACCP Student Travel Awards, the following PRNs also provide travel awards to defray costs associated with attending the ACCP national meeting. Please see below for more information about each travel award, including eligibility and application deadlines.

NOTE: Each PRN Travel Award has its own application process separate from the ACCP Student Travel Award application above. If applying for multiple travel awards, please submit a separate application for each.

Ambulatory Care

Description

The Ambulatory Care PRN student travel award will help support the costs associated with travel and attendance to the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Number of Awards Offered

2

Amount of Each Award

$850.00

Eligibility

Eligible candidates must meet the following criteria: 1) Full-time pharmacy student pursuing their first professional pharmacy degree 2) Student member of ACCP 3) Willing to attend the Ambulatory Care PRN Business and Networking Forum at the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Application Requirements

Provide in one email the following documents: 1) Curriculum Vitae: Specific items to include if applicable: --ACCP involvement (i.e. ACCP committees (including StuNet), PRN membership, attendance at meetings, attendance at PRN meetings, participation in the ACCP clinical pharmacy challenge, research poster presentation, including all School/College level ACCP involvement) Other professional organization involvement/leadership including School/College group/committee/board. --Participation in other professional competitions --Publications, poster presentations, and other scholarly projects (DUE, QI) --Community service/volunteer work 2) Letter of support from a current faculty member at the applicant’s school, mentor, or preceptor. Writers are encouraged to address the following attributes of the applicant: --Benefit or interest in attending the annual meeting --Interest in ACCP --Desire for future clinical practice 3) Essay highlighting the following (500 word max) --Objective(s) for attending the ACCP Annual Meeting --Interest in future involvement with ACCP and/or the PRNs --Career goals or interest in clinical pharmacy as a career, especially Ambulatory Care

Deadline

September 6, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Justinne E. Guyton, PharmD, BCACP

Cardiology

Description

The Cardiology PRN will award two travel grants of $750 each to support the costs associated with the ACCP Annual Meeting in October 2024. One grant will be dedicated to a full-time student pharmacist with an interest in cardiology and is currently enrolled in a Doctor of Pharmacy program.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$750.00

Eligibility

Candidates must be current members of ACCP and the Cardiology PRN who are full-time pharmacy students pursuing their Doctor of Pharmacy degree

Application Requirements

Each applicant may submit only one application in consideration for this award. Applications must include:
  • Applicant’s current curriculum vitae
  • Two letters of reference
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  • One-page letter of intent (LOI): In the LOI state your interest in cardiology (and/or the Cardiology PRN), reasons for attending the ACCP Annual Meeting, and describe any abstracts (research, cases, systematic reviews, research in progress, etc.) you will submit to present at the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting. If the awardee has an abstract accepted, in addition to presenting at the poster session(s), the awardee will have the opportunity to present at the ACCP Cardiology PRN annual business meeting.
  • Letters of recommendation should be submitted directly from the reference writer to Kristin Watson, Pharm D, MS, BCCP All application materials should be submitted via email to Dr. Kristin Watson. A selection committee organized by the current chair of the Cardiology PRN’s Student and Trainee Committee, Dr. Jenna Cox, will select award recipients based on a pre-determined scoring system. Those awarded a Student or ACCP travel award will not be eligible for a Cardiology PRN award. Award recipients will be responsible for the initial cost of meeting expenses and reimbursed following the completion of the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Deadline

May 1, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Kristin Watson, Pharm.D., BCPS

Central Nervous System

Description

The Central Nervous System (CNS) PRN will be offering up to two Trainee Travel Awards to attend the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting.

Number of Awards Offered

2

Amount of Each Award

$500.00

Eligibility

Member of ACCP CNS PRN, or attestation of commitment to join
  • Full‐time pharmacy student pursuing first professional pharmacy degree, or currently enrolled in a PGY1 or PGY2 residency with an expressed interest in neurology or psychiatry, or currently enrolled in a Fellowship with an expressed interest in neurology or psychiatry
  • Presenting a poster at the ACCP Annual Meeting will NOT be required but will be considered in the scoring rubric

Application Requirements

Attestation that all eligibility criteria components have been met and/or agreed upon
  • Letter of Intent, including reason(s) for attending the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting with rationale/application to neurology and/or psychiatry
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Copy of poster abstract and copy of the abstract acceptance, if applicable For the attestation form and visibility to the scoring rubric, contact: Brent Sokola, PharmD, MS, BCPS (Committee Chair, Research and Grant).

Deadline

August 30, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Brent Sokola, PharmD, MS

Clinical Administration

Description

Travel award for one pharmacy student to present their research in the area of clinical administration at the ACCP Annual Meeting. Recipients are expected to attend the Clinical Administration PRN Business Meeting and give a presentation (5-10 minutes) on their project. Recipients are also expected to actively participate on a Clinical Administration PRN committee the following year.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$1,000.00

Eligibility

- Enrolled in a school or college of pharmacy. - Student member of ACCP and in good standing. - Current member of the Clinical Administration PRN member or willing to join if selected. - Initiated a project during pharmacy school that will be complete and is appropriate for presentation during the Clinical Administration PRN Business Meeting at the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Application Requirements

Applications should be submitted to the Chair of the Nominations Committee and should include the following 3 items: (1) abstract of the project using ACCP guidelines; (2) brief statement (250-word max) highlighting the applicant's interest in clinical pharmacy practice (include your name, graduation year, and school or college of pharmacy); and (3) current curriculum vitae (CV). Please submit everything is one combined file (Word document or PDF). Preference will be given to projects also submitted and accepted for presentation at the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Deadline

August 15, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Nitish Bangalore, Pharm.D., BCPS

Critical Care

Description

The Critical Care PRN will award travel grants to partially support the costs of travel and attendance of up to 2 students at the ACCP Annual meeting.

Number of Awards Offered

2

Amount of Each Award

$1,000.00

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for the student travel award the candidate must:
  • Be a current student member of the Critical Care PRN
  • Be a current full-time pharmacy student pursuing a professional pharmacy degree at an accredited school of pharmacy
  • Have completed, or demonstrated significant progress in, a critical care related research project under the direction of a critical care PRN member
  • Have an abstract accepted for presentation at the annual ACCP meeting. For applicants who have graduated from an accredited school of pharmacy within the past 6 months, the research being presented must have been a project completed prior to their date of graduation.
  • Applications from those completing graduate degrees other than a Doctorate of Pharmacy, or those who have obtained a Doctorate of Pharmacy degree now enrolled in alternative or additional graduate degree programs will not be considered.

Application Requirements

Please submit the following to the Chair of the Critical Care PRN Travel Awards Committee via email by August 30th:
  • Accepted abstract
  • Applicant's CV
  • Personal statement (max 500 words) describing applicant’s interest and experiences in pharmacy education/training, why the applicant is involved with the Critical Care PRN, and how attending the Annual Meeting will assist with the applicant's career goals.
  • Information about any financial support received from the applicant's institution(s) for travel to the Annual Meeting.

Deadline

August 30, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Kerry Anne Rambaran, Pharm.D.,BCPS, BCCCP

Drug Information

Description

The Drug Information PRN will be offering a travel award in the amount of $1,000 for one student who will be presenting a drug information-related poster or research at the ACCP Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona on October 12 - 15, 2024.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$1,000.00

Eligibility

Applicants for this award should be a member of the DI PRN, a full-time pharmacy student pursuing his/her first professional pharmacy degree, and will be presenting a drug information-related poster or research at the ACCP Annual Meeting. Applicants must agree to attend and give a 10-minute presentation at the DI PRN business meeting at the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Application Requirements

The student should submit the following: 1) Current CV 2) The submitted abstract for the poster or research presentation 3) A brief description regarding how this project/activity is important to drug information specialists

Deadline

August 30, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Maggie Segovia, Pharm.D.

Emergency Medicine

Description

The Emergency Medicine Practice and Research Network (EMED PRN) of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) will award THREE (3) travel awards per year for students and/or residents to partially support the costs of travel and attendance at the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Number of Awards Offered

3

Amount of Each Award

$1,000.00

Eligibility

● Be a current member of the EMED PRN ● Have an abstract accepted for presentation (poster or platform) at the current year’s Annual ACCP meeting or ACCP virtual poster session ● Student Award – the applicant should have completed the research project as a student; however, can be graduated within the previous 6 months ● Be available to attend the Annual ACCP meeting

Application Requirements

Abstract submissions should follow the requirements for submission to the ACCP annual meeting. Each applicant may only submit one research abstract for consideration for either the Student or Resident Award. Students or Residents/Fellows that have received an ACCP Travel Award or another PRN Travel Award for the ACCP Annual meeting will have to decline the award of their choosing so that only one award is received. In the event that the EMED PRN travel award is declined, the runner-up will be awarded. The recipients of the travel awards will be required to present their research project as a 10-minute platform presentation at the EMED PRN business meeting during the Annual Meeting.

Deadline

August 15, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Christina Tran, PharmD, BCCCP

Endocrine and Metabolism

Description

The Endocrine and Metabolism (E/M) PRN Trainee Travel Grant is intended to provide financial support for one or more students, residents, and/or fellows attending the ACCP Annual Meeting.
  • Each recipient of the travel grant is required to give a brief (10-minute) presentation at the E/M PRN Business & Networking meeting. The presentation can be an endocrine or metabolism clinical pearl, a description of a completed or ongoing research project, or a journal article review.
  • Each recipient of the travel grant will be assigned a mentor (who is a member of the E/M PRN) who will provide guidance with the preparation of this presentation.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$500.00

Eligibility

Applicants must be: 1) a current student, resident, or fellow, and 2) a member of the ACCP E/M PRN. Attempts will be made to award one (1) student award and one (1) resident/fellow award; if, however, only students or only residents/fellows apply, the PRN may award 2 travel grants to applicants from the same category. Please note ACCP policy prevents awarding a second Travel Grant to a past recipient of the E/M PRN Travel Grant.

Application Requirements

The following materials should be submitted electronically to the Chair of the E/M Membership Committee by 5pm (EST) August 15, 2024: 1) A statement explaining the applicant’s interest and involvement in endocrine/metabolism PRN, objectives for meeting attendance, and rationale for their pursuit of a clinical pharmacy career in Endocrine/Metabolism; 2) a current copy of the applicant’s curriculum vitae; 3) One letter of recommendation from a pharmacy preceptor, professor, or residency/program director (this letter may be emailed separately).

Deadline

August 15, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Rick Hess, Pharm.D, CDCES BCACP

GI/Liver/Nutrition

Description

The GI/Liver/Nutrition PRN would like to encourage students, residents, fellows, and new practitioners with an interest and relevant involvement in the field of gastroenterology, hepatology, or nutrition to apply for a travel grant that would help support attendance at the ACCP annual meeting. Examples of eligible projects include, but are not limited to: drug utilization reviews (DUE), quality improvement (QI) projects, and traditional research.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$750.00

Eligibility

Applicants must be members of ACCP. Applicants must be members of the GI/L/N PRN OR nominated by a GI/L/N PRN nonstudent member. The applicants must be either a student, resident, fellow, or new practitioner. If selected, the applicant is required to give a brief presentation of their student, resident, or fellow project at the annual ACCP GI/L/N PRN business meeting. Research is NOT required to be an accepted poster presented at the annual meeting for this award. A total of two (2) awards will be granted from the following categories:
  • Student
  • Resident, fellow, or new practitioner (presenting residency/fellowship project from previous year)
  • New practitioner (defined as up to 5 years post Pharm.D.) The GI/L/N PRN reserves the right to adjust distribution of awards according to the number of applications received. In the event no applications are received for one of the award categories, award monies may be distributed to the remaining qualified applicant(s) or as deemed necessary by the GI/L/N PRN executive committee.

Application Requirements

Current curriculum vitae
  • Letter of intent explaining interest and involvement in gastroenterology, hepatology, or nutrition, how attending the annual meeting will assist with the applicant’s career goals, and level of involvement in the research to be presented
  • Nomination by nonstudent GI/L/N PRN member if not a member
  • Project abstract (500-word maximum)
  • Two letters of recommendation

Deadline

August 30, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Stephanie Bass, Pharm.D.

Health Outcomes

Description

The Health Outcomes PRN will award 1 travel award to partially support ACCP Annual Meeting travel and attendance costs for a student interested in health outcomes research.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$500.00

Eligibility

To be eligible for this award, candidates must meet the following criteria: 1) Full-time pharmacy student pursuing their doctor of pharmacy. 2) Express an interest in health outcomes research. 3) Evidence of ongoing or recent scholarship in health outcomes. 4) Have not received this travel award in the past.

Application Requirements

Applications must contain the following components: 1) A current CV, including your involvement and participation in ACCP and/or the Health Outcomes PRN. Examples include: years and participation in ACCP, previous attendance at ACCP or other health outcomes research-related meetings, past research involvement (posters, projects, manuscripts). 2) A one-page letter of intent stating your interest in health outcomes research and expected outcomes from attending the ACCP Annual Meeting. Please also describe ongoing or recently completed research that could be presented at the Health Outcomes PRN Business Meeting. 3) A one-page reference letter from your research mentor or advisor stating the applicant's involvement and interest in health outcomes research.

Deadline

August 16, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Andrew Hwang, Pharm.D.

Hematology/Oncology

Description

The Hematology/Oncology (H/O) PRN will be awarding one travel grant of $1000 to support the costs associated with attending the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ in October. This grant will be dedicated to a full-time student pharmacist in good academic standing with an interest in hematology/oncology. The awardee must present findings of a hematology oncology-related project at the Hematology/Oncology PRN Business Meeting in the form of a platform presentation and submit an abstract to present a poster of research findings at the Annual Meeting.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$1,000.00

Eligibility

1. Current student in good academic standing enrolled full-time in an ACPE-accredited pharmacy school. 2. Current ACCP member. 3. Current Hematology/Oncology PRN member or willing to become a member if selected. 4. Agrees to attend ACCP’s Annual Meeting and participate in the program activities. 5. Desire to present a research poster at the Annual Meeting and a 10 minutes podium presentation of research findings at the H/O PRN business meeting. Research or project topic must be related to hematology/oncology and initiated during pharmacy school.

Application Requirements

Applicants may only submit one application to be considered for the award. Applicants must have submitted an abstract for consideration to present at the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting. Irrespective of being selected to present the abstract findings, applicants must agree to present a maximum 10-minute platform presentation at the PRN’s Business and Networking Forum at the ACCP Annual Meeting. Please submit an updated curriculum vitae (including name, graduation year, college of pharmacy), one letter of reference, a one-page letter of intent (LOI), and a copy of the submitted abstract. The letter of reference should be provided by either a clinical pharmacy practitioner or faculty member and should be submitted directly to the chair of the Membership and Operations Committee (Ariel Denson) by the writer. The LOI should be a maximum of 500 words and express your interest in hematology/oncology, demonstrate service/dedication and professional development or strong interest in professional development and/or research, reason(s) for attending the ACCP Annual Meeting, and describe abstract(s) submitted or planning to submit to present at the ACCP Annual Meeting. Submitting an abstract according to the ACCP Annual Meeting deadlines is required. However, an accepted abstract is not a requirement to receive the award. All application materials should be submitted via email to the current chair of the H/O PRN Membership & Operations Committee chair, Ariel Denson ([email protected]). An organized selection committee comprised of members of the H/O PRN Membership & Operations Committee will select the award recipient using a predetermined scoring-system and rubric. Those awarded an ACCP travel award will not be eligible for the Hematology/Oncology PRN award. Applicants will be responsible for the initial cost of meeting expenses and reimbursed following the completion of the ACCP Annual Meeting. Submit Questions to: Ariel Denson, PharmD, BCOP Chair, Membership and Operations Committee, ACCP Hematology/Oncology PRN [email protected]

Deadline

July 29, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Ariel I. Denson, PharmD

Infectious Diseases

Description

This award acknowledges up to four outstanding pharmacy students, pharmacy residents, and/or fellows who have shown excellence in ID through clinical practice, research and/or publications, ID pharmacy education and ID PRN service. In addition, a distinguished trainee should maintain high standards of professionalism and serve as a role model for other trainees.

Number of Awards Offered

4

Amount of Each Award

$1,000.00

Eligibility

The Nominee must: -Current trainee or not more than 6 months removed from terminal degree from an accredited college/school of pharmacy) or training program (e.g. PGY2 residency or PGY2 diseases-related residency) at the time of ACCP Annual Meeting in October (i.e. PGY2 residents completing training in June/July are eligible) -Be an ACCP trainee (student, resident, or fellow) member in good standing -Be an ACCP Infectious Diseases PRN member -Have conducted research in an area applicable to infectious diseases and be presenting that research at the ACCP Annual Meeting. This research must be an accepted abstract at the ACCP Annual Meeting as either completed research or research-in-progress. -To be considered for the student award, research must have been conducted while a PharmD student -To be considered for the resident/fellow award, research must have been conducted while a post-PharmD resident or fellow -Not be the recipient of a previous Infectious Diseases PRN travel award -Able to attend the ID PRN Business and Networking Meeting at the ACCP Annual Meeting to present research -Current members of the ACCP ID PRN Executive and Awards Committees are not eligible for the Distinguished Trainee Award.

Application Requirements

-Updated curriculum vitae (including infectious diseases related experiences, such as enrollment in infectious diseases elective courses, infectious diseases rotation experiences, awards, research involvement, formal presentations, publications, and all ACCP-related experience(s) and memberships) -Personal statement from the nominee describing their interests and goals -One letter of recommendation from one mentor (e.g., faculty member, program director, preceptor) (who may either be a member or nonmember of ACCP) who can attest to the clinical skills and/or research performance of the nominee. -The personal statement and letter of recommendation should clearly document the nominee’s desire to pursue a career involving practice, research and education in the field of infectious diseases, and any additional information that distinguishes the nominee.

Deadline

September 6, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Amy L. Carr, Pharm.D., BCIDP

Nephrology

Description

The Nephrology PRN Trainee Travel Grant provides financial support for students, residents, and/or fellows attending the ACCP Annual Meeting.
  • Each recipient of the travel grant is required to give a brief (10-minute) presentation at the Nephrology PRN Business & Networking meeting. This presentation can be on a clinical pearl, a description of a completed or ongoing research project, or a journal article review.
  • Each recipient will be assigned a mentor (a member of the Nephrology PRN) who will provide guidance with the preparation of their presentation

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$500.00

Eligibility

Applicants must be: o A current student, resident, or fellow o A member of the ACCP Nephrology PRN
  • Please note ACCP policy prevents awarding a second Travel Grant to a past recipient of the Nephrology PRN Travel Grant.

Application Requirements

The following materials should be submitted electronically to Dr. Lavinia Salama at [email protected] and cc Dr. Wasim El Nekidy at [email protected] by 5 PM (EST) on August 15, 2024: 1. A statement explaining the applicant's interest and involvement in the Nephrology PRN, objectives for meeting attendance, and rationale for pursuing a clinical pharmacy career in Nephrology. 2. A current copy of the applicant's curriculum vitae (CV). 3. One letter of recommendation from a pharmacy preceptor, professor, or residency/program director (this letter may be emailed separately to Dr. Salama and Dr. El Nekidy.

Deadline

August 30, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Lavinia Salama, Pharm.D

Pain and Palliative Care

Description

The Pain and Palliative Care PRN will offer one student and one resident who are presenting pain and/or palliative care-related research/poster at the ACCP Annual Meeting October 12-15 a travel award of $500 to support costs associated with the meeting.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$500.00

Eligibility

Candidates for the award must be either a full-time pharmacy student pursuing their Doctor of Pharmacy degree or pharmacy resident. They must be a member of ACCP. They must be presenting pain and/or palliative care-related research/poster at the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting. They must agree to attend the Pain and Palliative Care PRN business meeting at the conference and agree to present a 5-10 minute summary presentation on their research/poster at the business meeting.

Application Requirements

1) CV 2) Submitted abstract of research/poster presentation 3) Letter of intent explaining interest in pain and/or palliative care and impact of attending meeting on student/resident’s career goals

Deadline

August 31, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Megan Carr, Pharm.D.

Pediatrics

Description

The Pediatrics PRN will award travel grants to partially support the costs of travel and attendance of a student at the ACCP Annual meeting. One student and one resident/fellow may receive the annual award (see Resident/Fellow award listing).

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$1,500.00

Eligibility

To be eligible for this student travel award, the applicant must:
  • Be a current member of the ACCP Pediatrics PRN
  • Be a current, full-time Doctor of Pharmacy student or a PGY-1 resident who completed the submitted abstract project as a student.
  • Have an abstract with a focus in the pediatric population accepted for presentation at the annual ACCP meeting
  • Attend the Pediatrics PRN Business and Networking Meeting at the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting

Application Requirements

Application Requirements:
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Copy of accepted abstract with a focus in the pediatric population
  • Candidate statement that includes involvement in the ACCP Pediatrics PRN, ACCP StuNET committee or local ACCP student chapter. In addition, you should include what was learned from completing your project, goals for attendance at the ACCP meeting, and your 5 year career plan.
  • 2 letters of recommendation

Deadline

September 8, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Kelly S. Bobo, PharmD,BCPS,BCPPS

Perioperative Care

Description

The PERI PRN will award one travel grant to help support the costs of travel and attendance of a pharmacy student at the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$500.00

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current member of the PERI PRN AND: 1) Be a current or recent (past six months) pharmacy student AND 2) Have an abstract accepted for presentation at the ACCP Annual Meeting.

Application Requirements

For applicants who have completed pharmacy school in the past six months, the project must have been completed during their training program.

Deadline

August 31, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Sally A. Tice, Pharm.D., MHA, BCPS

Pulmonary

Description

The Pulmonary PRN offers a travel award to one (1) PRN student or resident members who has an interest in pulmonary pharmacy, meets eligibility requirements, and is selected by the Workforce & Strategic Committee. The award supports registration expenses for one student or resident member of the Pulmonary PRN.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$60.00

Eligibility

Applicants must be members of ACCP and the ACCP Pulmonary PRN as well as attend the Pulmonary PRN business and networking meeting at the Annual Meeting. The applicant will be expected to present a poster or other brief presentation on a pulmonary topic at the Pulmonary PRN business and networking meeting. Please indicate, if applicable, the title of your poster or proposed presentation to be presented at the ACCP Annual Meeting. Previous award recipients are ineligible.

Application Requirements

Completed application form
  • Current curriculum vitae
  • One-page letter highlighting interest, career goals related to pulmonary pharmacy, if any research has been submitted/accepted for the Annual meeting, and the topic you would present on at the business meeting if selected.
  • Letter of recommendation from a clinical pharmacist or faculty Submit via the ACCP submission portal. Students: https://www.accp.com/stunet/award.aspx Applications should be emailed to the Chair of the Pulmonary PRN and the Chair of the Pulmonary Workforce and Strategic Committee, who listed on the PRN Homepage: www.pulmprn.accp.com

Deadline

August 31, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Paul M. Boylan, Pharm.D., BCPS

Transplant

Description

The ACCP Transplant PRN will be offering travel awards to help support up to FOUR Transplant PRN members with travel expenses (ie. lodging, airfare, meeting registration) for the 2024 ACCP Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ Oct 12- Oct 15. New this year, we are offering a "bundle package" which will allow for the student/resident/fellow as the primary applicant and an associated preceptor on the project to both receive $750 towards travel expenses. We will offer ONE "bundle package" and TWO individual awards. If no bundle package is submitted, then funding would be provided for up to four individual recipients. While the application deadline is before the notification of abstract acceptance for the annual meeting, winners of the travel grant will not be awarded until after abstract acceptance is confirmed. Please do not be deterred from applying for the travel grant because you don't know if your abstract will be accepted!

Number of Awards Offered

4

Amount of Each Award

$750.00

Eligibility

Applicants must be a current member of the ACCP Transplant PRN, be an author on a research abstract accepted to the Transplant specialty section for the ACCP annual meeting, not have received this award in the previous 3 years, present his/her/their research at the Transplant PRN Business Meeting and Networking Forum during the ACCP Annual Meeting

Application Requirements

The award recipient(s) will be selected according to the quality of the abstract as defined by the scoring system found in the application materials. Each abstract will be scored on 3 areas: content, quality, and significance. Each assessment will receive a score ranging from 0-1 (maximum score =12). The abstract with the highest average point total will receive the travel award with preference given to students, residents, fellows, and new practitioners (completed training within the last 5 years). The abstract must receive a minimum average score of 50% to be considered for award selection. In the absence of high-quality abstracts, the travel awards may not be given every year.

Deadline

June 22, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Kristen Szempruch, Pharm.D.

Women's Health

Description

The Women’s Health PRN offers travel awards to PRN members who have an interest in women’s health, meet eligibility requirements, and are selected by the Award’s Committee. The $500 award is to provide partial support for registration and/or travel-related expenses (flight, hotel, food) for one student and one resident/fellow member of the Women's Health PRN.

Number of Awards Offered

1

Amount of Each Award

$500.00

Eligibility

Applicants must be members of the ACCP Women’s Health PRN and attend the women’s health PRN business and networking meeting at the annual meeting. The applicant will be expected to present a poster or other brief presentation related to women’s health at the women’s health business and networking meeting. Please indicate, if applicable, the title of your poster or proposed presentation to be presented at the ACCP Annual Meeting. Award recipients from the previous year are not eligible.

Application Requirements

Completed application form Current CV One page letter highlighting interest, career goals related to women’s health, if any research has been submitted/accepted for the annual meeting, and the topic you would present on at the business meeting if selected. Letter of recommendation

Deadline

August 30, 2024

How To Apply

For questions or to submit an application, please contact:
Regina Arellano, Pharm.D., BCPS