Help us help you find your next job! Do you see yourself on the same pharmacy career path in five years--or are you looking for a change? The Pharmacy Journal of New England (PJNE) designed a survey as a way to provide pharmacists in the region a snapshot of what other pharmacy professionals had to say about their current practice setting. Results will be featured in the summer issue of PJNE which is all about pharmacy careers. Take this quick job satisfaction survey below to help you make an informed decision. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/satisfaction18


Position: Chief Executive Officer, Connecticut Pharmacists Association
The Connecticut Pharmacists Association (CPA) is looking for a highly motivated, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), who will provide leadership to advance the profession of pharmacy in all practice settings throughout Connecticut. Click for the full job description


Prepare to Vote in ASHP 2018 General and Section Elections

ASHP members who are eligible to vote in the 2018 General and Section elections will receive their ballot by email on June 26. Ensure you receive your ballot. Add @electionservicescorp.com to your whitelist or list of safe email senders. A heads-up from that email address went out June 8; the subject line was "ASHP 2018 Election Opening Soon."  (source: ASHP NewsLink 6.19.18)

 

On-Demand Activity Focuses on Parenteral Nutrition, a High-Alert Medication

Apply concepts related to the safe and appropriate use of parenteral nutrition to real-life scenarios in an on-demand activity that provides 1.5 hours of CE. The activity is free, and ASHP membership is not required.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 6.19.18)

 

Interprofessional Team Addresses Postoperative Pain Management

Learn about postoperative pain management from physician, pharmacist, and nurse perspectives in a series of e-articles, each providing 0.5 hour of CE. This e-article focuses on developing policies and protocols that incorporate the multimodal approach, which helps decrease patients' reliance on opioids. The activities are free, and ASHP membership is not required.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 6.19.18)

 

Your Input is Requested

ASHP is soliciting comments on the Draft ASHP Guidelines on Appropriate Off-label Medication Use. This is an opportunity to contribute to ASHP policy. The document is available via

https://www.ashp.org/Pharmacy-Practice/Policy-Positions-and-Guidelines/Draft-Guidance-Documents

Comments will be accepted until August 10, 2018. ASHP acknowledges reviewers when its guidance documents are published in the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy and ASHP Best Practices. If you wish to submit comments, please include your name and credential as they should appear in the acknowledgments.

Questions: Bruce Hawkins, Editor, ASHP Best Practices www.ashp.org/bestpractices


Nominate a Specialty Pharmacy Practitioner to Help Lead New ASHP Section

ASHP is seeking five pharmacy practitioners to serve on the inaugural Section of Specialty Pharmacy Practitioners Executive Committee. Committee members will advise ASHP on actions to advance the roles of specialty pharmacy practitioners and create benefits and services to support ASHP members. The deadline to submit your name for consideration or to nominate another member is July 26. ASHP created this new membership section earlier this month. (source: ASHP NewsLink 6.19.18)


New State Legislative Issue Maps on ASHP.org

ASHP members can now get updates on the pharmacy-related legislation in their states using a new feature on ASHP.org. Three maps tracking sterile compounding , practice act revision, and pharmacy technician legislation are now available in the Advocacy and Issues section of ashp.org. The maps provide a snapshot of legislative activities, including the bill text, history, and alternate versions of the legislation. New maps on drug pricing and other emerging issues will be introduced in the coming weeks. To access the state legislative maps click here  (source: May 2018 ASAE Affiliates Relations News Brief)


Take ASHP Consulting's USP Chapter <800> Quick Assessment Tool

Pharmacies and healthcare facilities are facing challenges complying with the considerable requirements set forth in the upcoming USP Chapter <800> standards. Significant renovations to physical facilities as well as changes in policies, procedures, recordkeeping, medical surveillance, and staff training may be necessary. Determine your organization's readiness for compliance by completing ASHP Consulting's USP <800> Quick Assessment Tool.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 6.5.18)

 

On-Demand CE Activity Addresses Surface Contamination with Hazardous Drugs

You've made capital improvements for USP Chapter <800>, but have you developed monitoring, cleaning, and decontamination procedures? Check out this new on-demand activity to gain practical insights into methods for detecting and eliminating surface contamination in all areas of the hospital or clinic where hazardous drugs are stored or used. This free activity provides 1.5 hours of CE for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, and ASHP membership is not required. (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.29.18)

 

ASHP Launches Two New Board Certification Resources: Cardiology Pharmacy, ID Pharmacy

Online Board of Pharmacy Specialties examination preparation resources are now available for cardiology pharmacy and infectious diseases pharmacy. Each package includes online review course modules with practice questions, coverage of research design and statistics, a practice exam with an additional 100 questions, and additional study references. The Cardiology Pharmacy package offers 20 CE credits, and the Infectious Diseases Pharmacy package offers 24.5 CE credits.    (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.29.18)

 

Free On-Demand CE Activity on Hodgkin Lymphoma

The CE activity Emerging Treatment Options for Relapsed/Refractory Hodgkin Lymphoma reviews the pathophysiology and etiology of classical Hodgkin lymphoma. Faculty will discuss current and emerging treatments for newly diagnosed patients and for patients with relapsed or refractory disease. (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.22.18)

 

Optimizing Acute Pain Management — Free Enduring CE Activity

The CE activity Optimizing Acute Pain Management in the Emergency Department and Short-stay Inpatient and Ambulatory Settings reviews the pathophysiology of pain and explains how pain pathways align with analgesic mechanisms of action. Several preemptive pain management strategies are evaluated, including rapid-acting, non-invasive therapeutic methods. Patient cases are presented to illustrate the appropriate use of multimodal therapies suitable to the emergency department and short-stay inpatient and ambulatory care settings. (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.22.18)

 

Registration Is Open for 2018 National Pharmacy Preceptors Conference

New dates. New location. Same must-attend event! This year the ASHP National Pharmacy Preceptors Conference (NPPC) moves to Dallas, October 11–13, and will feature 40 sessions specifically designed to enhance your program and precepting effectiveness. The NPPC is the only meeting dedicated to the development and training of pharmacy preceptors and residency directors at all practice settings.


Present a Pearl at ASHP's Preceptors Conference

Pass on your pearls of wisdom at ASHP's National Pharmacy Preceptors Conference. A "pearl" is a short presentation — just 5 minutes — on one fact, concept or idea that is not commonly known and is valuable in your everyday practice. If you find this concept advantageous, then others may too. Abstract submission closes July 15. (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.22.18)

 

Registration Is Open for 23rd Annual ASHP Conference for Pharmacy Leaders

This year there is a new location — Dallas! — for the premier conference on today's topics for effective pharmacy leaders. The ASHP Conference for Pharmacy Leaders, October 15–16, features CE with a leadership focus and multiple networking opportunities.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.22.18)

 

Recently Released ASHP Recertification Activities

Critical Care Pharmacy Literature Study: Module 1 (10 hours)

Geriatric Pharmacy Literature Study: Module 1 (15 hours)

Pediatric Pharmacy Literature Study: Module 1 (10 hours)

Pharmacotherapy Literature Study: Module 1 (15 hours)

To read about all recertification activities currently available, select a specialty.

Ambulatory Care Pharmacy

Critical Care Pharmacy

Geriatric Pharmacy

Oncology Pharmacy

Pediatric Pharmacy

Pharmacotherapy

All ASHP recertification activities provide immediate pass/fail notification, and any credit earned is immediately posted to your professional profile. If you are interested in a bulk purchase of any product, contact our Sales Representative, Chris Jezowski.


Submit a Management Case Study Abstract for 2018 Midyear Meeting

June 15 is the deadline to submit a Management Case Study abstract for the 2018 Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition. Do you have an issue that you solved for your department? Want to share your work at the national level with colleagues? A Management Case Study at the Midyear meeting is your chance to tell a large audience how you identified an administrative problem, analyzed it, and solved it. (source: ASHP NewsLinnk 5.15.18)


Help ASHP Prepare Comments on Proposed Revisions to USP Chapter <795>

The U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) recently posted the slides and recording from its April 20 open microphone session on the revisions proposed for USP Chapter <795>, "Pharmaceutical Compounding — Nonsterile Preparations." ASHP wants to know what you think of the proposed revisions. Members' input will be valuable as ASHP prepares its comments to send to USP before the July 31 deadline. (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.8.18)

 

'Hot' Topics Discussed During Free On-Demand CE Activity

Life-threatening hyperthermic conditions are rare, but by participating in a free on-demand CE activity you'll be better prepared to recognize and manage them. Involve your team; the activity provides 1.5 hours of CE for pharmacists, physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. ASHP membership is not required.   (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.8.18)

 

Preorder Your Pharmacogenomics Certificate Today

Now available for presale, the Pharmacogenomics Certificate is the newest addition to ASHP's professional certificate program line. This online program covers the rationale and process for using pharmacogenomics to improve medication use and provides more than 20 hours of CE. (source: ASHP NewsLink 5.8.18)


PTCB Adds 1,000 New Test Centers
PTCB has added 1,000 test center locations to the 400 existing locations where the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) is administered. The additional locations increase access for candidates to take the PTCE and earn their CPhT certifications. The new Certified Compounded Sterile Preparation Technician (CSPT) Exam is currently available at a limited number of test centers. Log into your PTCB Account for details. Visit pearsonvue.com to find a test site.


Drug Waste CE Activity: Qualifies as Compounding Education

Check out this new on-demand activity to gain practical insights into the latest processes and technologies to decrease cancer-drug waste, including drug vial optimization and workflow changes. The activity is free, provides 1.5 hours of CE for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, and is one of the first whose Universal Activity Number includes the new topic designator "07," denoting compounding. (source: ASHP NewsLink 4.24.18)  

 

Order Updated, Fully Referenced 2018 AHFS Drug Information

The just-released 2018 edition provides you the most comprehensive drug information to make informed treatment and drug therapy recommendations with confidence. Your team and your patients depend on you to be accurate, informed, and timely. Build strong relationships that result in advanced care and increased respect for your expertise by having access to trusted and evidence-based drug information.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 4.24.18)


ASHP Launches Pharmacy Technician Forum

ASHP on Monday announced the launch of the Pharmacy Technician Forum, a new membership home within ASHP created to further elevate and advance the pharmacy technician workforce. Much like ASHP's pharmacist-focused sections and forums, the ASHP Pharmacy Technician Forum will serve as the central point for pharmacy technician engagement in ASHP, providing tools, education, and numerous other resources to help pharmacy technicians advance their practice. The forum's first Executive Committee is comprised of five pharmacy technicians representing a broad spectrum of practice expertise.   For more information, visit ASHP’s Pharmacy Technician Forum.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 4.3.18)


ASHP's Pain Management Certificate Program — Earn Up to 22 CE Hours

Enhance your knowledge and skills, and provide effective patient-centered pain management. The Pain Management Certificate Program is broken into nine learning modules that address basic principles of pain pathogenesis and assessment, effective pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatment options, and appropriate therapeutic regimens. Acquire advanced knowledge about managing pain associated with specific disease states most often encountered in practice. (source: ASHP NewsLink 3.27.18)

 

Free On-Demand CE Activity Focuses on USP Safety Standards, ENFit, and ASHP's Standardize 4 Safety Initiative

Looking to keep up on USP Chapters <797> and <800>? Hear from leading experts and learn practical approaches to achieving and maintaining compliance. This on-demand activity covers these enforceable standards and other hot topics in safety, including ENFit connectors and the ASHP Standardize 4 Safety initiative. ASHP membership is not required.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 3.27.18)


Compounded Sterile Preparations Pharmacy Specialty Approved by BPS The Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) last week announced approval of a specialty for compounded sterile preparations pharmacists. Fall 2019 will be the first opportunity to take the exam to be a Board Certified Sterile Compounding Pharmacist, BPS said. ASHP and the American Pharmacists Association sponsored the petition for recognition of Certified Sterile Compounding Pharmacist Specialists and collaborated in preparing responses. (source: ASHP NewsLink 3.5.18)  

Health-System Cyberattacks: The Pharmacist’s Role in Prevention, Mitigation

Click on the above title to read this article which appeared in the 2.23.18 edition of "ASHP Intersections".


Visit the Pharmacy Technician Resources page (under the Resources tab) to read the latest news from PTCB including

"New Exam (PTCE) Content and Updated Education/Training Requirement Planned for 2020"

"Apply Now To Become a PTCB Certified Compounded Sterile Preparation Technician™ (CSPT™)"

"PTCB Earns ANSI Accreditation"

"Spread the Word: Official PTCB Practice Exam Now Available in Second Exam Form"


ASHP's Medication Safety Certificate Program

The Medication Safety Certificate was developed in partnership with the Institute for Safe Medication Practices for pharmacy professionals, physicians, and nurses. It features modules designed to enhance the skills and experience of those leading medication safety improvements in the medication-use system. Earn 50-plus CE hours from the online, self-guided program. (source: ASHP Affiliate NewsLink 2.27.18)


Clinical Inertia When Managing Type 2 Diabetes? View New On-Demand Activity

Common barriers to the transition to newer basal insulin therapies — as well as strategies for overcoming them — are described in a new on-demand educational activity for the interprofessional team. Patient cases illustrate how to initiate, titrate, and switch basal insulin products, taking into account patients' preferences, abilities, and resources. This activity is free, and ASHP membership is not required.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 2.13.18)


New Recertification Opportunity for BCACP, BCCCP, BCGP, BCOP, BCPPS, BCPS

Online Intensive Studies/BCOP Clinical Sessions packages are now available for purchase. Based on the live sessions held at the ASHP Midyear meeting, these studies provide four to six hours of recertification credit. If you are dual- or triple-certified, some sessions offer credit for multiple specialties. Enrollees in ASHP's 3-Year Recertification Plan can find this activity in their eLearning account. Learners have until August 7 to claim recertification credit for this activity.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 2.13.18)


Free Patient Safety CE: When Medications Mix With Contrast Agents

Learn how hospital pharmacists can become involved in the oversight and use of contrast media in their institutions through this free online CE activity. Faculty will address the rationale and therapeutics of chemoembolization and provide examples of pharmacy and radiology collaboration. In addition, the role of the pharmacist in improving patient safety and the medication-use process in the radiology suite will also be discussed.  (source: ASHP Affiliates NewsLink 1.30.18)


Available Now: 2018 Pharmacy Forecast 

The ASHP Research and Education Foundation is excited to announce that the Pharmacy Forecast 2018 is now available! This trends report predicts important developments in eight domains that are likely to challenge pharmacy practice leaders in hospitals and health systems. Access the report today!  (source: ASHP Affiliates NewsLink 1.30.18)


PTCB Will No Longer Accept ‘In-Service’ Hours for CE Credit Starting January 2018
Beginning January 1, 2018, PTCB will no longer accept what is known as ‘in-service’ continuing education (CE) hours toward fulfillment of PTCB’s CE requirements for recertification or reinstatement. In-service CE refers to certain projects or training earned at a CPhT's workplace under a pharmacist's supervision. The ‘in-service’ CE category will no longer appear as an option beginning in January. Read more.


ASHP Foundation Releases 2018 Trends Report to Assist Pharmacy Leaders in Strategic Planning

The ASHP Research and Education Foundation has announced that the Pharmacy Forecast 2018: Strategic Planning Advice for Pharmacy Departments in Hospitals and Health Systems is now available online! Access the report via a link at www.ashpfoundation.org/pharmacyforecast. It was published in the January 15, 2018, issue of AJHP, making it easily available to all ASHP members.


Take Action! Ask Your Members of Congress to Push for Solutions to Drug Shortage Crisis

As a pharmacist and a constituent, you have tremendous influence with your members of Congress. Send an email to your congressional representatives and ask them to take immediate action to address the public health crisis caused by the shortage of small-volume parenteral (SVP) solutions. Personalize the email provided in ASHP's online advocacy center with examples of how SVP solutions are used at your organization and the patient-care challenges associated with this and other drug product shortages. (source: ASHP NewsLink 12.11.17)


New Resource Center Offers Convenient Access to Forecasting Reports

The ASHP Forecasts resource center is the gateway to the ASHP and ASHP Research and Education Foundation forecasting reports published in AJHP. This resource center also offers member-only access to the data visualizations and interactive tools that have been developed for the reports.  (Source: ASHP NewsLink 11.28.17)


ASHP Foundation Accepting Applications for Master's Residency Practice-Based Research Grants

 
 
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 

Up to four $5,000 grants are available to pharmacy residents in master's degree programs. The Master's Residency Research Grant Program supports practice-based research related to the ASHP/ASHP Foundation Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative (PPMI) or Ambulatory PPMI conducted by residents in ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency programs or by residents in pharmacy residency programs that have submitted an application for ASHP accreditation that combine completion of the residency and a master's degree. (source: ASHP Affilitate Relations News 11.28.17)

 

Sterile Product Preparation Training and Certificate Program

This ASHP Professional Certificate Program is designed for participants to recognize the importance of aseptic processing and develop the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare sterile products safely and effectively. Participants will learn the evolution of aseptic processing as it relates to today's practice standards and be taught the behaviors and skills required of all personnel who compound sterile products. This program provides 17.25 CE hours for pharmacists and technicians.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 11.14.17)

 

AHFS Drug Information 2018 Available To Order

With content supported by nearly 90,000 references and the advice of numerous subject matter experts, AHFS Drug Information® helps you protect your patients and your practice. The 2018 edition includes updated monographs and references related to revised therapeutic guidelines on the treatment of fungal infections and chronic hepatitis C. AHFS DI 2018 is the only print compendium designated by the U.S. Congress. (source: ASHP NewsLink 11.7.17)


CMS Explains Proper Pharmacy Billing of Immunosuppressive Drugs

A new article from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services explains to pharmacies the appropriate use of the KX modifier when billing Medicare for immunosuppressive drugs provided to beneficiaries whose organ transplant was paid for by Medicare. The Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General had determined that earlier information provided to pharmacies had not been clear and consistent. (posted 10.24.17)


Groups Launch Online Tool for Navigating Expanded Access Process

The new Expanded Access Navigator is intended to help patients, caregivers, and physicians work through the process of accessing investigational treatments that have not been approved by FDA. This online tool was launched on Monday by the Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA, pharmaceutical industry, federal government, and patient advocacy organizations. (To find investigational treatments with expanded access programs, use the Advanced Search feature at ClinicalTrials.gov.) (source: ASHP NewsLink 7.25.17)


SHP's Chapter <800> Answer Book Prepares Pharmacies for New Safety Requirements

The Chapter <800> Answer Book by Patricia C. Kienle, R.Ph., M.P.A., FASHP, is the first publication to clarify the differences between current practice and the new standards that pharmacies will be required to follow when the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) General Chapter <800> becomes enforceable on July 1, 2018.

For more information or to place an order (978-1-58528-573-0), visit

, email custserv@ashp.org, or call 866-279-0681 (U.S. & Canada) or 001-301-664-8700 (international). For bulk sales inquiries and desk copy requests, contact ASHP sales representative Chris Jezowski at cjezowski@ashp.org(source: ASHP NewsLink 6.20.17)


ASHP Service: Verifying Residency Completion

With ASHP's verification service, you no longer need to go through the tenuous, time-consuming process of acquiring a residency completion certificate. The ASHP Credential Verification Service provides a thorough report in just minutes. The information comes from the only comprehensive source for ASHP-accredited residency verification as derived from the original data provided by individual residency programs.

This new service will help your organization:

  • Support internal organizational credentialing and privileging processes.
  • Confirm you are choosing the best candidates.
  • Avoid future staffing issues.

Visit the Credential Verification Service


ASHP Launches ASHP Consulting Service  

ASHP Consulting, by ASHP, is a new healthcare consulting service providing expert advice on a wide variety of pharmacy practices. ASHP Consulting's credentialed pharmacy experts provide clients with an assessment of programs and services followed by customized, best practice-based recommendations for improving an organization's pharmacy services. (posted 4.18.17)


Guide to Choices and Challenges for Young Pharmacists

ASHP has released a new book of advice for student pharmacists, residents, and new practitioners. Letters from Rising Pharmacy Stars: Advice on Creating and Advancing Your Career in a Changing Profession, by Susan A. Cantrell, B.S.Pharm., CAE, and Sara J. White, M.S., FASHP, is a collection of compelling letters from 30 early- to mid-career pharmacists who share their experiences and insights with their younger colleagues. The new book is a guide to the choices and challenges that young pharmacists face, a companion to ASHP’s Letters to a Young Pharmacist: Sage Advice on Life and Career from Extraordinary Pharmacists,.

For more information or to place an order (978-1-58528-568-6), visit www.ashp.org/risingstars, email custserv@ashp.org, or call 866-279-0681 (U.S. & Canada) or 001-301-664-8700 (international).


20th Century Cures - ASHP Legislative Summary

21st Century Cures bill was passed late last year and signed by President Obama. ASHP identified those areas of the law that they think will have some impact on our members, or public health. The law is 1,000 pages so focused only on those provisions with potential impact for pharmacy and public health.  (source: ASHP 1.6.17)

 

New to our online catalog of recertification activities, the Core Therapeutic Modules for recertification provide up to three hours of recertification credit per specialty. For three-year subscription holders, these activities are included and are available in your eLearning account. (source: ASHP NewsLink 12.27.16)

What would you do in your first 90 or 100 days in a new managerial position? Get some ideas and offer your own by joining ASHP's Women in Pharmacy Leadership Connect Community and reading the discussion. The community, which is open to all ASHP members, provides a forum for discussion on the pharmacy workforce's changing demographics and leadership development needs.  (source: ASHP NewsLink 11.8.16)


Survey Shows Three-Quarters of Americans Would Seek Out a Pharmacy Where Pharmacy Technicians are Certified: Americans Value Certification and Expect Pharmacy Technicians To Be Certified 

WASHINGTON, DC – The Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) has released the findings of a 2016 public perception survey, revealing that 85% of the public believes it is very important for pharmacy technicians to be certified. Consumers feel so strongly about certification that 76% say that they would seek out a different pharmacy if they knew technicians working in their current pharmacy were not certified. The survey shows that among consumers, frequent pharmacy visitors are even more likely (79%) to seek a pharmacy where technicians are certified, and adults with children at home are most likely (82%) to look elsewhere. 

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Pharmacy Forecast 2016-2020 Offers Strategic Advice on the Pharmacy Work Force

Supported by the David A. Zilz Leaders for the Future Fund
How likely is it that by 2020, the salaries of newly hired entry-level pharmacy technicians in health systems will increase by at least 25 percent? Find out by visiting the "Pharmacy Work Force" section on page 25 of the Pharmacy Forecast 2016-2020. The report offers a unique perspective on predictions in eight domains that may prove to be challenging for health-system pharmacy practice leaders. For more information and to download a free copy, visit www.ashpfoundation.org/pharmacyforecast.   (Source: ASHP State Affiliate NewsLink 8.30.16)


New PAI Video: The Journey to Improve Patient Care  

What began as the ASHP-ASHP Foundation Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative has evolved into the Practice Advancement Initiative, a national movement to improve pharmacy practice and patient care in both acute and ambulatory care settings. Learn more about how to get involved by viewing the video. (source: ASHP 7.26.16)


Mark your calendar for noon ET on the 2nd Tuesday of each month
UNC Pharmacy Grand Rounds provides monthly live CE webcasts to subscribers across the country. Over 75% of our group purchasers set up in a meeting room during live webcasts to not only benefit from CE, but also from learning and discussing as a team.  Subscribers also enjoy the convenience of having an archived version of the webcast available if they are unable to attend the live event. Purchase now to ensure access to all of the live webcasts scheduled for the next 12 months as well as archived versions for those who cannot attend the live event. A bonus of an additional 12 archived topics (for a total of 24 hours of CE) are available to new subscribers for a short time.
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If you are interested in a group subscription, including volume discounts and free administrative access to track progress and participation, email Chris Jezowski
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Publishing Opportunities Abound for Residents in New AJHP Residents Edition See our dedicated page for residents

ASHP's Resident Reward and Recertification Program See our dedicated page for residents

Enroll in the ASHP Connect Mentor Match!

ASHP's Mentor Match allows members to connect within the ASHP Connect member community and establish mentoring relationships. Please sign up as a mentor, mentee, or both and connect with others to expand and enhance your professional network.  Once in ASHP Connect, click on the "Mentoring" tab and use the left navigation bar to enroll. Enroll in Mentor Match


Speaking Opportunities

The Leadership Speakers Bureau (LSB) provides pharmacy students the opportunity to speak with a health-system leader on the importance of building leadership skills. The LSB, launched as an initiative by the Center for Health-System Pharmacy Leadership in 2009 in response to needs expressed by pharmacy students, is a resource for student societies to host a leadership event. The LSB provides funding and a way of connecting with health-system pharmacy leaders who present the importance of leadership development as a necessary part of their professional development.


If you are a pharmacy leader and are interested in participating in the Leadership Speakers Bureau as a speaker, you are invited to submit your name. To learn more about the program please visit the ASHP Foundation’s website www.ashpfoundation.org/lsb.


Purchase ASHP eBooks directly through CSHP!

ASHP’s clinical, professional, drug information, and educational resources are now easier to access than ever with ASHP eBooks.  Use the ASHP eBooks platform as an app on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices to view your online purchases, or download them to your computer with the iOffline . Make a purchase through the ASHP eBooks store (direct link for state), then bookmark, highlight, and instantly post content on social media platforms. Once you have ordered your books through the ASHP eBooks store, then download the app by searching ASHP eBooks in the App Stores. Make sure you use the code CT2014 to benefit your state. Order at http://ebooks.ashp.org