Gaining competence in suicide prevention

SERVICE

By Sonja Hutchens

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Planning community-focused IPSF events

SERVICE

By Kelsey Merlo

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From student pharmacists to international winners

SERVICE

By Janhavi Punyarthi

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Be part of an international adventure (Online Exclusive)

SERVICE

By Janhavi Punyarthi

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Pharmacy superheroes to the rescue!

SERVICE

By Guy T. Seavey, Kale Lemelin, and Emma Murter

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Legacy has no barriers

CHAPTER REPORT

By Eduardo J. Vega Jiménez

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A valuable partner in the opioid epidemic

GENERATION Rx

By Ann Ray

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What it means to be a member of APhA–ASP

CHAPTER REPORT

By Sara Massey, PharmD

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Socks n’ Sandwiches

IN THE COMMUNITY

By Vu Ha, PharmD

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A commitment to communities

CHAPTER REPORT By Lindsey Skubitz, Meredith Frey, and Eric Friestrom

In February, the University of Wisconsin (UW)–Madison School of Pharmacy held its first ever Community Service Challenge (CSC), a competition between teams of 2 to 4 people to log t

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Flourishing hope

MEDICAL MISSION By Hung (Leo) Vuong

This past December, I was not entirely sure what to expect during my medical mission trip to bustling Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, but knew I was filled with the desire to help and ca

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A sense of normalcy to help ease the suffering

PERSONAL STORY By Ariela Zmoira

"Tzeva Adom, Tzeva Adom” blares over the loud speakers across the whole city. Men, women, and children have 15 seconds to run to the nearest bomb shelter before a bomb hits.

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Four chapters, one goal

CHAPTER REPORT By Carly Harsha, Justin George, Nancy Tang, and Karishma Patel

All APhA–ASP Chapters share a common goal: to provide care to patients and the community while advocating for the profession.

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Sometimes quitting isn’t such a bad thing

CHAPTER REPORT

The University of Florida (UF) College of Pharmacy is proud to have made an impact on smoking cessation in three different cities in the state: Jacksonville, Orlando, and Gainesville.

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One child at a time

CHAPTER REPORT

School-aged children are some busy little humans. They have their plates full with learning, making friends, growing up, and … managing asthma?

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A bear’s-eye view of social media

AMERICAN PHARMACISTS MONTH

Over the past several years, in recognition of American Pharmacists Month, student pharmacists at the Mercer University College of Pharmacy participated in a social media project to visually promot

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Approaches to sustainable pharmacy changes

MEDICAL MISSION

The post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) was a sauna upon our arrival. The air conditioning units were disabled during the night to conserve precious energy.

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A party for the children

CHAPTER REPORT

Think of your childhood for a moment. Remember all of those family vacations, club soccer games, and endless trips to the playground?

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Have a #HeartToHeart

AMERICAN HEART MONTH

Did you know that heart disease kills more than 610,000 Americans each year, accounting for one in every four deaths? According to CDC, it is the leading cause of death among men and women.

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