The search for APhA’s next CEO has launched with the release of the CEO position specification

The position specification details the position and related responsibilities. The search is being conducted by the APhA Executive Committee, Search Committee, and executive search firm, Russell Reynolds Associates.

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APhA’s Learning Library

We’re excited to announce the launch of the new APhA Learning Library! This new platform will make it easier than ever for you to get the education you need. Read about some key highlights of our new system.

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APhA 2023 Elections

Now is your chance to review who will be running for office since APhA is a volunteer member-led organization. Your peers have been slated to lead the organization at the Board of Trustees, Academy, and Special Interest Group (SIG) levels.

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Reflecting on American Pharmacists Month

With American Pharmacists Month (APhM) behind us, I wanted to take a moment to celebrate the spotlights that shined on our profession, focusing on our pharmacists, student pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and the incredible work that they do. We saw APhM recognized across social media channels, state proclamations by governors, and even through an on-camera shout out at the TODAY Show on their plaza. This well-deserved recognition goes a long way in sharing with the world the value and importance of pharmacists and pharmacy personnel in all settings.


More Than 190 Groups Applaud Bipartisan Federal Legislation to Ensure Senior Access to Essential Pharmacist Services & Strengthen Our Nation’s Public Health Response

H.R. 1770 Would Provide Payment for Pharmacist Services for COVID-19, Flu, Strep & RSV Under Medicare Part B and Ensure Pharmacists Can Continue to Protect Vulnerable Senior Communities


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Tuberculosis cases increased again in 2022, says CDC

New CDC data reveal that U.S. tuberculosis (TB) cases totaled 8,300 last year, an increase of 5%. CDC is urging communities at greater risk and health care providers to “Think. Test. Treat TB.”

Study confirms racial bias with pulse oximeters

A new study in JAMA Pediatrics published March 20, 2023, suggests that pulse oximetry overestimated arterial oxygen saturation in Black children.