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LEAD - Pharmacy Leadership and Advocacy - Part II

April 2017

Module Objectives:

After participating in this module, participants will be able to:

1. Describe the role of the pharmacist as a provider of health care.
2. Discover how to integrate the pharmacist into the local community; both the healthcare community and the community at large
3. Propose contemporary employment opportunities for pharmacists.



Module Presenter/Faculty:  

 Stephanie McGrath, PharmD

Clinical Pharmacist, Rite Aid

Learn more about Stephanie at http://www.papharmacists.com/LEADpresenters
Stephanie may be contacted at stephanie.harriman@gmail.com

Recorded Webinar: 


Additional Interactions:

Your faculty member suggests that you consider reaching out to at least one of the following individuals who have agreed to serve as additional contacts on this subject matter, to help both in your comprehension of this subject matter and build up your pharmacy network.


Maria Osborne, PharmD, BCACP, CDE

Clinical Pharmacist, Family Practice, UPMC St. Margaret, PPA Foundation Vice President, ACPA Past President

Phone: 412-715-4801

Email: mariaturco127@hotmail.com

Lauren Simko, PharmD

COO Esterbrook Pharmacy, Co-Founder and Director of Pittsburgh Melanoma Foundation, ACPA Ambassador

Phone: 412-427-5011

Email: Lauren@esterbrookpharmacy.com



Suggested Readings:

Cipolle RJ, Strand L, Morley P. Pharmaceutical Care Practice: The Clinicians Guide, Second Edition. New York, McGraw Hill, 2004. 

Cipolle RJ, Strand L, Morley P. Pharmaceutical Care Practice: The Patient-Centered Approach to Medication Management, Third Edition. New York, McGraw Hill, 2012. 

Phillips DT. Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times. New York, Hachette Book Group, 1992.

Executive Summary From The National Pharmacist Workforce Study 2014


Suggested Activities and Related Experiences:

1. Meet and interview one community leader

2. Publish one Letter to the Editor
3. Write a reflection on contemporary employment opportunities for pharmacists

4. Develop a 10 year plan to pursue leadership positions in the health care community and community at large

5. Complete the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Care Network (PPCN) Training.  http://www.papharmacists.com/page/CMMC_Training



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