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Student Pharmacist

Written by student pharmacists for student pharmacists, Student Pharmacist magazine provides the latest on career preparation, leadership, legislative activities and advocacy efforts, patient care projects, APhA–ASP Chapter innovations, life on rotation, tips from new practitioners, and more.

Meet your 2021–22 APhA–ASP National Executive Committee: Kennedy M.... Meet your 2021–22 APhA–ASP National Executive Committee: Kennedy M....

Meet your 2021–22 APhA–ASP National Executive Committee: Kennedy M....

LEADERSHIP

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Outside of pharmacy, my hobbies and self-care activities include hiking, catching up with family and friends, playing piano, doing puzzles, playing Beat Saber, and hanging out with my two cats, Harrison and Ellinor.

Competing to polish my patient counseling skills Competing to polish my patient counseling skills

Competing to polish my patient counseling skills

I decided to compete in the 2021 APhA–ASP National Patient Counseling Competition (NPCC) so that I could practice and continue developing my...
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The value of leadership in pharmacy school and beyond The value of leadership in pharmacy school and beyond

The value of leadership in pharmacy school and beyond

There is great value in any leadership position or experience you had previously, but your leadership should not stop once you start pharmacy...
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Student pharmacists give underserved communities a CHANCE Student pharmacists give underserved communities a CHANCE

Student pharmacists give underserved communities a CHANCE

Underserved populations throughout our country can benefit from student pharmacist–led interventions. Providing these services through...
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A personal COVID-19 story

This past year has been one of the most challenging of my life. I have felt hopeless and scared. Living through the pandemic and having been directly impacted by the COVID-19 virus has left my family and me with trauma.

Confidence will come

As a student pharmacist, you may possess a desire to know and understand every medication and disease state. Like all medical professionals, you must keep up with constant changes in treatment guidelines, research, and laws to do your job appropriately.

Learning as a new practitioner

Whether you’re starting your career as a resident, as a fellow, or as an ambulatory care, community, or hospital pharmacist, it’s important to challenge yourself to continue learning throughout your career. 

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