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Fall Update

The University of Cincinnati American College of Clinical Pharmacy Student Chapter has had a very productive summer and fall. We started off our school year with our annual membership drive and were able to attract new members to boost our organization. We also had 5 members of our organization attend the ACCP Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas. Our members presented 4 posters in total and our very own Tyler Vest was invited to give a podium presentation on how to start a student chapter of ACCP. We have continued our “Lunch and Learn” sessions from last year and have had continued success with expert clinical pharmacists presenting on their specialties. We have also begun two community service events. One is Tar Wars, which focuses on preventing tobacco use in elementary aged kids; the other is a health screening at a local YMCA center. You can see more about these in the Community service tab. We have also recently begun a research PRN. More information can be seen about this in the local PRNs tab. We are also in the process of planning a visit from the current ACCP president, Judith Jacobi. This event will take place this coming February (2015). We are also approaching the two year date from our founding and will be going in front of our student government to receive our final approval as a school organization. This will occur in March of 2015. We have many exciting things going on currently and will continue to reach out and spread the word about clinical pharmacy!

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The ACCP meeting in Texas sounds like it would be very interesting to attend. Conventions and things like that usually have some pretty good speakers and seminars. Being able to set up your own podium would be quite a personal accomplishment. Pharmaceuticals are things that should not be taken lightly, and it is good that there are things like this where people can be well informed about them.

March 12, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMike Lintro
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