ACCP members led a joint response with the Pediatric Pharmacy Association (PPA) in regards to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)approval of both Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines for children of ages 6 months and older.
The ACCP APPE is designed to provide students pursuing a Pharm.D. degree with an opportunity to learn about leadership within a professional organization from the perspectives of both elected leaders and staff, with a syllabus incorporating both individual and group discussions, journal clubs, presentations, and writing projects.
The 2022 ACCP recruitment events at the Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in San Francisco will include a Residency, Fellowship, and Graduate Program Showcase and an appointment-based Professional Placement Forum (PPF).
The Equitable Community Access to Pharmacist Services Act (ECAPS) ensures Medicare patients have access to timely and consistent treatment from pharmacists for pandemic-related health services, and facilitates pharmacist response to current and future threats to public health.
As part of the College's long-standing organizational commitment to key public health initiatives, ACCP serves as a member on a number of nonpartisan coalitions committed to strengthening public health infrastructure and prevention programs.
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.