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Recent Updates

The ACT Collaborative and the AACP Transformation Center have selected 73 educators to participate in the Community Pharmacy Practice Transformation Educators’ Badge Program to gain credibility amongst other community-based pharmacy educators and practitioners.
The ACT Collaborative and the AACP Transformation Center have selected 66 students for the inaugural cohort of the Community Pharmacy Student Scholar Leaders Program, recognizing their dedication to community-based pharmacy practice. 
AACP joined the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy and four other national pharmacy organizations to release a statement, "Fighting Fake Medicines Sold Online Requires Commitment to Cautioning Patients." 
AJPE has announced Daniel R. Kennedy, Ph.D., and Susan E. Smith, Pharm.D., BCCCP, FCCM, as two new members of its editorial board.

Every day, pharmacists help people live their healthiest lives. Whether it’s giving vaccinations, managing a patient’s medications, or consulting with ...

AACP has selected five underrepresented minority (URM) pharmacy students as recipients of the 2023 CVS Health Minority Scholarship recognizing their outstanding leadership, academic success, and commitment to advancing the profession of pharmacy and patient care.
The program, designed to facilitate a deeper understanding of career paths in academic pharmacy, engages the chosen students through asynchronous learning modules, mentorship, and more.
One University of Georgia professor looks to algorithms to predict and prevent adverse drug events, while academia begins to explore ways to teach with ChatGPT while preserving learning.
I look forward to seeing many of you at the Gaylord Rockies in Aurora, Colorado, in just a few short weeks. Until then, enjoy your summer and thank you for supporting pharmacy education and AACP.
Dear AACP Members,

In light of the SCOTUS decision in two cases (Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and ...

As a NAM Pharmacy Fellow, Dr. Adam Bress relished the opportunity to expand his research on preventing cardiovascular disease and optimizing medication use.
The American Journal for Pharmaceutical Education (AJPE) reached an all-time high Impact Factor for the second year in a row at 3.3, up from 2.9. The Journal now ranks 13 out of 42 in the Education, Scientific Disciplines category and 139 out of 277 in the Pharmacology & Pharmacy category.