The APhA New Practitioner Network (NPN) strives to provide opportunities for recent graduates to develop themselves and that empower them to utilize their knowledge and skills necessary to define the future of their profession. Many new practitioners are highly engaged in programming related to substance use disorders throughout pharmacy school and carry this interest into practice after graduation.
To support the passion of new practitioners and further the prevention of substance use disorders, the APhA NPN has developed a research awards program for new practitioners, residents, and/or postgraduates who conduct research in the area of substance use disorders. Awardees will receive funding to support their research and support to showcase their work during a presentation of their research at the 2022 APhA Institute on Substance Use Disorders.
Applicants must be new practitioner members of APhA. To be defined as a new practitioner, resident, or postgraduate, applicants must have a graduation date of May 2016 or later.
For questions on the APhA NPN Operation Substance Use Disorders Award, contact the. APhA NPN Education Standing Committee.
Award Background and Application – Application due September 15.
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Operation Substance Use Disorders is supported by Walmart, Inc.