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StudentNet Logo ACCP’s Students page gives you access to clinical pharmacy practitioners engaged in a wide spectrum of specialty practices, academic institutions and research programs. You can learn about the many career opportunities and pathways available to you as a clinical pharmacist and explore the world of clinical pharmacy with the Student Clinical Compass. This unique tool—designed by students for students—will enhance your understanding of the profession and help you prepare for your future career.
Message from the Chair
Anesia D. Reticker

Peter K. Atkins
Oregon State University, Oregon Health & Science University
Chair, 2018-19 ACCP National Student Network Advisory Committee

Founded in 1979, ACCP promotes leadership, professional development, research opportunities, and the advancement of clinical pharmacy. As a student, it can be confusing to navigate the many potential pharmacy career paths and engaging in professional organizations can help you explore these options. ACCP provides the resources to help students navigate their early careers. There are currently over 3,600 student members across 83 student chapters who are taking advantage of the networking, research, and career development resources offered through ACCP student membership. more...

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Student members of ACCP can now submit their curriculum vitae online and have it reviewed by an ACCP member. Learn more.
Clinical Research Challenge
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The Clinical Research Challenge is an innovative and unique competition where teams of three pharmacy students participate in an online journal club for the opportunity to submit a research proposal. Teams achieving the top 40 scores following the Round 1 Journal Club will advance to Round 2: Letter of Intent submission. Teams achieving the top 20 scores after Round 2 will be invited to submit a full research proposal. This novel competition is targeted towards pharmacy students in their first two years of their first professional pharmacy degree program (P1 and P2 students for 4 year programs; P1 and P2 students for 3 year accelerated programs and the first two professional years of 0-6 or 0-7 year programs). Click here for more information about the Clinical Research Challenge.

Teams Registered for Round 1:

  • University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy