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Provider Status: 2015 Edition

All of my pharmacy friends should be familiar with the term “provider status.” It’s a phrase that gets tossed around in all areas of pharmacy practice – but what does it really mean? 759 more words

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MTM/CHAT sets up a pilot program at Loaves & Fishes

Last week on Thursday, January 22, APhA-ASP provided diabetes education and health screenings to individuals at Loaves and Fishes Community Services, an organization that serves the Naperville and Dupage County. 300 more words


Member of the Month: Rakhshan Naseeb

Pharmacy school can be challenging, but that hasn’t stopped first year student pharmacist, Rakhshan Naseeb, from getting involved in our chapter’s Advocacy committee! For her enthusiasm and dedication to our chapter, she was nominated as January’s Member of the Month.  189 more words


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Review Guided Wave’s Application Note: APHA Measurements

  • Measurement of APHA color either on-line or in a laboratory setting…
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Poison Prevention visits Volta Elementary School

Poison Prevention is a unique community outreach project that started at Midwestern University’s APhA-ASP chapter. Currently at Midwestern University, it is a branch of the National APhA-ASP Generation Rx Patient Care Project. 265 more words


PSA: January 2015 blood glucose and blood pressure screenings

Operation Diabetes will be teaming up with Operation Heart to provide blood glucose and blood pressure screenings at several events this month! Check out the various event details below, and feel free to share them with everyone you know! 38 more words