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What is the APhA New Practitioner Network?

The 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. 

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Register for "Supervised to Supervisor" Webinar

How have you thought about managing or supervising someone that is more established, more experienced, or older than you?

Rebuilding a local pharmacy association

I don’t recall ever knowing about a local pharmacy association during most of my time in pharmacy school. But today, I can’t imagine not being a part of my local association.

The timelessness of the 7 Habits

What was the last book that you read that did not have the word pharmacy anywhere in it?

An experiment in IDS

Six months ago, I didn’t know Investigational Drug Services (IDS) pharmacy existed.

A second CHANCE

The positive results from the Clopidogrel in High-Risk Patients with Acute Nondisabling Cerebrovascular Events (CHANCE) trial published in the July 2013 of The New England Journal of Medicine

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.