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How to increase awareness and understanding of the PPMI/PAI among student colleagues

Just as we’ve all heard, if isn’t broke, don’t fix it . At the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy, my SSHP chapter takes great pride in the annual ASHP Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative (PPMI) video competition. Being a previous winner of the prestigious national award ourselves, we...

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GenRx: Death with Dignity

On graduation day, few new pharmacists think their beliefs and morals could severely interfere with their ability to perform their job. They also may not grasp the gravity of the oath as they recite, “I will consider the welfare of humanity and relief of suffering my primary concerns.” ...

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The Ebola Outbreak: ASHP's Actions

I would first like to say that our hearts go out to the patients, families, and healthcare workers who have been stricken by the Ebola virus. These cases of Ebola infection have, of course, raised questions and concerns regarding America’s preparedness—and that of the rest of the world—to...

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Presentation, Influence, and Buy-in: The Importance of Effective Data Presentation

“In God we trust. All others must bring data.” – W. Edwards Deming We find ourselves in an increasingly data-driven world, with information becoming more readily accessible and in unforeseen quantities. It is becoming central to everything that we do. With the explosion of...

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NPF PPAG Update – Beating the Winter Blues

Brrr! It has been an icy, cold, and even treacherous winter for much of the United States. While sparkly snow falls can sometimes leave us enchanted, too much of winter can also leave us feeling a little down. Thankfully, the New Practitioners Forum (NPF) Professional Practice Advisory Group ...