New Practitioner Network

What is the APhA New Practitioner Network?

APhA New Practitioner Network logoThe mission of the APhA New Practitioner Network is to support the transition from student to pharmacist by helping new graduates discover opportunities in pharmacy, develop themselves and their professional network, and empower them with the knowledge and skills necessary to define the future of their profession.

The APhA New Practitioner Network provides programs, products, and services to assist you in making this transition and with your career development. The Network also provides reduced APhA dues, which enable you to pay discounted APhA dues for the first 3 years after you graduate. 

Get in touch with the NPN's Staff.

Register for April 15 Webinar: From "To-Do" to "Done"

How many times have you made a to-do list for the day, only to discover that you have more left "to-do" at the end of the day than you've done?

Venturing Into the Unknown: The Emergency Department

Just over halfway into my PGY2 internal medicine residency, I was provided the opportunity to serve as the face of clinical pharmacy for my institution’s emergency department (ED).

Becoming a Business-Building Pharmacist

As a PGY1 community pharmacy resident, I loved all the clinical aspects of community pharmacy practice, ranging from diabetes coaching to medication therapy management (MTM).

Beyond the Basics: Microsoft Word for Pharmacists

I would say that nearly all New Practitioners have a basic understanding of how to use Microsoft Word. Microsoft Office is far and away the dominant workplace productivity suite in U.S.

Raising Your Credit Score and Keeping It High

You always hear that maintaining a good credit score is important, but are you aware of what factors into calculating your score and why exactly a credit score is important?

Financial Planning Resource Center

As part of our relationship with FPA, APhA New Practitioners have easy access to FPA’s popular online financial planner referral program, PlannerSearch.