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Public Health SIG Webinar Series 

Public Health SIG Webinar 1

Topic: Interprofessional Public Health Opportunities for PharmD Students

Public health training is encouraged for academic PharmD programs. For Colleges/Schools without PharmD/MPH dual degree options or similarly dedicated programs or coursework, additional opportunities exist through interprofessional research opportunities and competitive national programs. Not only do these programs provide valuable experiences for PharmD students, they provide exposure of the public health community and professionals to our graduates’ capabilities and skills. 

Objectives:

  • Discuss qualities and skills PharmD students can bring to a public health environment
  • Share interprofessional public health training and research opportunities for PharmD students, including examples from the NYC Health Department, the Albert Schweitzer Fellows Program, Lilly Foundation Grants, and the Paul Ambrose Scholars Program
  • Identify and differentiate national public health training and research opportunities for PharmD students, eligibility and submission calendars

When: April 21st, 1 pm – 2 pm Eastern Time

Presenters:

Vibhuti Arya, PharmD
Assistant Clinical Professor, St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Advisor, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Meghana Aruru, BS Pharm, PhD, MBA
Assistant Professor of Administrative Sciences
Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy

Suzanne Clark, BS Pharm, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy

Carriann Richey-Smith, PharmD, CDE, BCPS
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Director of Outreach
Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Carrie Maffeo
Associate Professor - Pharmacy Practice
Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Webinar Site Address: http://aacp.adobeconnect.com/publichealth

Webinar Audio: We recommend listening to the audio portion of the webinar through your computer speakers. If you do not have speakers or are having audio difficulties, audio can be provided via conference call. Please contact the moderator for the conference call information.

Cost: Free to AACP members

Login information: Please log into the site as a guest using your e-mail address.

Moderator:

Vibhuti Arya, PharmD
Assistant Clinical Professor, St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Advisor, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Additional Details:

  • The meeting room will open at 12:45 PM EST
  • Participants should listen to the audio portion of the webinar via computer speakers. Conference call information will be provided if needed.
  • Participant audio input will be muted so they are not able to speak to other participants, the presenter or moderator.
  • Participants can submit questions to the moderator or IT support person via chat. The moderator will review all chat questions and ask selected questions to the presenter periodically.
  • An IT support person from AACP will be present throughout the duration of the Webinar to assist with technical support requests from participants (to be received from participants via text chat).
  • The webinar will be recorded for viewing for those who are not able to attend the webinar
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