The Pharmacy Workforce Center (PWC) is a coalition of nonprofit corporations whose mission is to serve the pharmacy profession and the public by actively researching, analyzing, and monitoring the size, demography, and activities of the pharmacy workforce.
Ting-Ting Wu, Pharm.D., BCPS, earned her Pharm.D. degree from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy and subsequently completed a PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian.
Aeryana Beaudrie-Nunn is a fourth-year student pharmacist at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy in Phoenix, where she is completing her advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) rotations.
Janet P. Engle Pharm.D., FCCP; Travis B. Dick Pharm.D.; MBA Ginelle Bryant Pharm.D.; Alana Ciolek Pharm.D.; M. Lynn Crismon Pharm.D., FCCP; Justin D. Fisher Pharm.D.; Sean Lasota Pharm.D.; Andrea Sikora Newsome Pharm.D.; Kimberly Thrasher Pharm.D. FCCP;
The American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) 2019 Certification Affairs Committee was charged with writing a white paper to provide a road map for developing initial and ongoing credentialing and privileging processes for clinical pharmacists.
Burnout is a growing concern across health care disciplines. Burnout is a prolonged response to persistent work‐related stressors and includes elements of exhaustion, depersonalization, and perceived ineffectiveness.
The ACCP "Creating Your Digital Brand" toolkit is a resource that is designed to assist students, trainees, and pharmacists in developing their professional online presence via the use of sites such as LinkedIn and Twitter.
ACCP offers Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS)-approved recertification professional development programs for several of the BPS specialties including live programs, webinars, and home study self-assessment programs.