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  • Q&A: Barriers to residency project completion

    • Jan 9, 2024

    Q: How can I attain or maintain appropriate work-life balance during postgraduate training and throughout my career?

  • Guidelines for Author Inquiries

    • Jan 2, 2024

    A well-written inquiry is likely to result in a prompt and specific reply from a journal.

  • ACCP Member Spotlight: Kirstie Freibert

    • Dec 26, 2023

    Kirstie Freibert, Pharm.D., is a PGY2 solid organ transplant (SOT) resident at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.

  • ACCP Member Spotlight: Christie Schumacher

    • Oct 31, 2023

    Christie Schumacher, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS, BCACP, BCCP, BC-ADM, CDCES, is a professor of pharmacy practice and the director of the PGY2 ambulatory care residency program at Midwestern University College of Pharmacy, Downers Grove Campus. She also serves as a clinical pharmacist at Advocate Medical Group - Southeast Center (AMG-SE) in Chicago, Illinois.

  • A Day in the Life of a Postgraduate Trainee: Time, Your Most Valuable Resource

    • Oct 24, 2023
    • Sarah Wong

    Have you ever wished there were more hours in the day? Days in the week? Weeks in the year? I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but despite our wishing, there are still only 24 hours in a day, 7 days in a week, and 52 weeks in a year. This fixed amount of time makes it even more prudent to be judicious of where and how we spend it.

  • Pharmacotherapy Publishes International Consensus Recommendations for the Use of Prolonged-Infusion β-Lactams

    • Oct 17, 2023

    The consensus recommendations provide guidance regarding pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic targets, therapeutic drug monitoring, and use of prolonged-infusion β-lactam therapy in severely and non-severely ill adult patients, pediatric patients, and patients with obesity.

  • Empower Your Professional Development with ACCP’s Academy Programs

    • Oct 10, 2023

    The ACCP Academy offers professional development for participants wanting to explore opportunities to meet professional pursuits.

  • ACCP White Paper: Rewards, recognition, and advancement for clinical pharmacists

    • Jun 6, 2023

    The 2022 ACCP Clinical Practice Affairs A Committee provides an update on the current state of rewards, recognition, and advancement for clinical pharmacists and provides best practice recommendations to improve job satisfaction and retention.

  • A Day in the Life of a Postgraduate Trainee: Career or Family

    • May 30, 2023
    • Reham Awad

    When applying to PGY1 residency programs as a fourth-year pharmacy student, I wasn’t sure if I would regret my decision... At that time, I was almost 22, and most of my Arab female classmates were engaged or married, or they already had children; I was still single.

  • Q&A: Getting started in research

    • May 16, 2023

    How can I get off on the right foot with respect to conducting research early in my career?

  • A Day in the Life of a Postgraduate Trainee: The Importance of Relationships

    • May 2, 2023

    New pharmacists who pursue residency have the opportunity to travel to unfamiliar locations and gain a better sense of pharmacy practice outside what they are familiar with. Although new relationships are certainly cultivated at these PGY1 institutions, those who match for a PGY2 may have to start the process all over again.

  • Q&A: Peer Review Demystified

    • Apr 18, 2023

    High-quality peer review is important to the scientific and medical literature to ensure the validity and integrity of the publication process.

  • ACCP Member Spotlight: Adriane N. Irwin

    • Apr 11, 2023

    Adriane N. Irwin, Pharm.D., M.S., FCCP, BCACP, CDCES, is an associate professor (clinical) at the Oregon State University (OSU) College of Pharmacy, where she also serves as chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice.

  • A Day in the Life of a Postgraduate Trainee: “Stayin’ Alive”

    • Apr 4, 2023

    We all learned it, “Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive.” Administer 30 chest compressions to every two breaths. Hands centered on the chest, shoulders directly over hands; elbows locked out, depth 2 inches, allowing for chest recoil. Sounds easy until you need to put it into action.

  • Webinar on Countering Medical Misinformation Circulated on Social Media

    • Mar 28, 2023

    In this webinar, the speakers offer ways for clinicians to have conversations about misinformation with their patients and the community and provide resources and suggestions for clinicians wanting to play an active role in mitigating misinformation on social media.

  • Q&A: How should I modify my curriculum vitae?

    • Feb 14, 2023

    Now that I am a resident looking toward more training or finding a job, how should I modify my curriculum vitae?

  • ACCP Member Spotlight: Eric Vo Pham

    • Feb 7, 2023

    Eric Vo Pham is a 2023 Pharm.D. Candidate at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy (UMSOP). Pham is passionate about leadership development, optimizing care for all patients, and advancing the pharmacy profession.

  • 2022 Update to GTMRx CMM Evidence Document Now Available

    • Jan 31, 2023

    The Get the Medications Right (GTMRx) Institute recently announced the release of the 2022 edition of its summary of published research from practice sites using comprehensive medication management (CMM).

  • Q&A: Job Interviews

    • Jan 24, 2023
    • Daniel Longyhore, Pharm.D., M.S., BCACP

    What are the most important things I should know about job interviews? How do they differ from residency interviews?

  • ACCP Member Spotlight: Madison Irwin

    • Dec 27, 2022

    Madison Irwin, Pharm.D., BCPS, is a clinical and translational sciences postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. She graduated with a B.S. degree in biology from the University of Dayton in 2015 and a Pharm.D. degree from the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy in 2019. She subsequently completed PGY1 pharmacy practice and PGY2 pain management and palliative care residencies at University of Michigan Health (UMH).