Our Historian, Jennifer Reed, will be writing to keep you up to date on the happenings in our chapter. Check out her column under the Chapter News tab to read more and enter to win prizes!
To promote American Pharmacist Month, APhA-ASP members are asked to go Twitter this Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 and tweet about how they have impacted patient care, how pharmacists have impacted patient care, etc. Please include the hashtag #Pharmacist to ensure that we have a consistent and national presence. Examples of tweets include, but are not limited to:
- I just saved a patient $78 by switching to a generic version of their drug #Pharmacist
- I just taught a mother an easy way to give liquid antibiotics to her daughter. #Pharmacist
- I delivered an emergency medication to my patient in the nursing home at 10 pm last night. #Pharmacist
- I just counseled a patient how to properly use an inhaler. #Pharmacist
- I answered a Doctor’s question about the best treatment option for allergies. #Pharmacist
- I spent 20 min. on the phone w/an insurance company to help my patient save money. #Pharmacist
You can also retweet our chapter tweets every day during the month of October. Help us make #Pharmacist a nationally trending topic!
The September Newsletter is now posted with tons of information about upcoming events. Head to the newsletters section of the website to check it out!
If you are interested in participating in one of our patient care committees don’t miss their presentations today at 11:00 in room 101! We hope to see you there!
We have just released our August Newsletter! Click here to check it out!
The EC would like to welcome you all back for another school year! We have been working and have big plans for the upcoming year. Keep checking the website for more information on the exciting things to come this year!
Our final newsletter of the Fall 2011 semester is now available for your reading pleasure! It features news from our chapter’s participation in Region 3′s Midyear Regional Meeting, pictures from events held during the semester, and, as always, upcoming major events for both campuses. Read it here.
Take a look at all our past newsletters here.