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ASHP Website User Guide

Welcome to the newly designed ASHP.org website, which consolidates ASHP’s diverse websites into one digital ecosystem.

The new website allows you to find the information you value and care about the most, due to a new leading-edge content management system with advanced search features.

The most important step you can take when visiting the new ASHP.org is to log in. The new website offers several tools, including a personalized dashboard, that allow ASHP members to customize their experience by practice setting and topics of interest. Personalization of the website requires login. By logging in to the new ASHP website, you’ll gain access to many member-only resources, and your activity on the site will help create a better and more personalized experience for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find the information I’m looking for on ASHP.org?

Why should I log in to ASHP.org?

Why is my bookmark to an ASHP web page no longer an active link?

How do I personalize ASHP.org to reflect my interests? How can I set up my ASHP profile?

How can I renew my membership?

How can I register for an ASHP meeting?

Where can I purchase ASHP products and subscriptions?

How do I find my section or forum?

Where can I find more information about residency?

Where can I find career development resources?

Where can I find ASHP official policies and statements?

How do I find the Resource Centers?

Where can I find information on ASHP nominations and elections?

Where can I get information on ASHP’s federal and state legislative and regulatory activities?

How do I contact ASHP if I have questions about the new website or would like to report an issue?


How do I find the information I’m looking for on ASHP.org?

There are four main ways to find information within ASHP.org:

  • By using the Search function in the Menu bar
  • By navigating the MENU
  • By clicking BROWSE BY INTEREST
  • By browsing the website

SEARCH Function

Click the magnifying glass symbol in the upper-right corner of any page to reveal a SEARCH box. Clicking inside the SEARCH box brings up a drop-down list of items of key interest. If the item you wish to search appears here, simply click it. If it does not, type the words for your search into the SEARCH box to reveal a list of possible matches.

Just click the search button, type in what you’re looking for, and the suggested results will appear.

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MENU

Click the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. To find your area of interest, simply scroll down to your subject area and click it.

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BROWSE BY INTEREST

To browse by your area of interest, scroll down just past the main home page photo to the BROWSE BY INTEREST box, and click anywhere in the box. A drop-down list reveals eight choices for your area of interest. To enter your area of interest, simply click on your choice. For example, if you choose to click AMBULATORY CARE PRACTITIONER, you will be taken to the page that contains information most relevant to ambulatory care practitioners, including links to the Section of Ambulatory Care Practitioners (SACP) and the SACP Community on Connect.

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Why should I log in to ASHP.org?

Being a member of ASHP is now even more valuable. By logging in to the website as an ASHP member, you gain access to all of the site’s content, including regulatory updates or guidelines and tools for managing drug shortages. In addition to the website’s member-only information, membership in ASHP provides you access to member-only webinars, discounts on products and services, and other resources. To log in to the website, simply click LOG IN on the main navigation bar at the top of the page just to the right of the ASHP logo. Once you’re logged in, we encourage you to personalize ASHP.org by creating your My ASHP profile.

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Why is my bookmark to an ASHP web page no longer an active link?

If you click a bookmark you’ve saved and get a “Page Not Found” message, either the content on that page has expired or the URL of that web page has changed with the launch of ASHP’s new website. When ASHP launched its new website, we created a new structure for naming pages (URLs). The current naming structure reflects website best practices and establishes more search-friendly URLs for all pages on ASHP.org.

To find your missing page, follow the instructions for finding information on ASHP.org. If you’re still unable to locate the page, please contact us, and we’ll be happy to help you.

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How do I personalize ASHP.org to reflect my interests?

MY ASHP

Personalization is a key feature of the new website. My ASHP is an individualized dashboard that allows ASHP members to customize their experience based on their needs and interests.

To begin customizing your ASHP website, click LOG IN on the main navigation bar at the top of the page just to the right of the ASHP logo. Once you’ve logged in, you can access My ASHP by scrolling down to the My ASHP box on the right side of the page and clicking the GO TO DASHBOARD button. You can also access My ASHP by clicking My ASHP in the Main Menu.

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On the My ASHP page, you can update your Account Information, add ASHP Connect Communities in the My Communities box, and select your ASHP FAVORITE PAGES for easy future access. There are two ways to mark a web page as a favorite so you can access it easily every time you visit ASHP.org:

  • If you are logged in and viewing a web page that you’d like to save as a favorite, simply click Add to Favorites below the MENU bar.
  • On your My ASHP page, under FAVORITE PAGES, click SELECT SITE under ASHP Related Sites. A short list of ASHP websites will appear in a drop-down list. To add one of these sites to your FAVORITE PAGES, simply click on it in the drop-down list.

With either method for adding favorites, an alert box will appear to confirm the addition of the web page to your FAVORITE PAGES on your member dashboard.

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How can I renew my membership?

To renew your membership, click on the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. Click MEMBERSHIP CENTER, and then click JOIN ASHP. On the Join ASHP page, click the blue JOIN OR RENEW NOW box.

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How can I register for an ASHP meeting?

Click the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. Click MEETINGS AND EVENTS and then click MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES. You can then select your meeting of interest by simply clicking on it in the menu. On the page for your selected meeting, if the meeting is open for registration you will find a link that will take you to that meeting’s home page. From the meeting home page, click the REGISTER tab. (Note: For Summer Meetings, you will need to first select which content-targeted meeting you would like to attend.)

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Where can I purchase ASHP products and subscriptions?

The ASHP Store offers digital and print publications, apps and online subscriptions, and eLearning programs, many at a substantial discount for ASHP members. To visit the ASHP Store, click the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. Click PRODUCTS AND SERVICES, and then click ASHP STORE.

The online store features an interactive chat feature that allows users to receive real-time help from an ASHP customer service representative. To chat with a representative, go to the orange navigation bar at the top of the page and click Chat with ASHP. An ASHP Customer Service pop-up window will appear. Once you enter your name, email, and question, the chat will begin. After your chat session has ended, you will receive an email transcript of your chat.

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How do I find my section or forum?

There are two ways to search for information about ASHP’s Sections and Forums:

  1. By clicking BROWSE BY INTEREST
  2. By navigating the MENU

BROWSE BY INTEREST

To search for a specific Section or Forum of interest, on the home page, scroll down to the BROWSE BY INTEREST box and click anywhere in the box. A drop-down list reveals eight choices for your area of interest. To enter your area of interest, simply click on your choice. Your selected page will appear, with links to the relevant Section or Forum.

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MENU

To see a full list of ASHP’s Sections and Forums, click on the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. Click ABOUT ASHP, and then click OUR LEADERSHIP. Under Explore, click Sections and Forums Executive Committees for a complete listing.

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Where can I find more information about residency?

Whether you’re a pharmacy student looking for a residency or director of a pharmacy residency program, if you’re looking for information on residency programs, begin by clicking on the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. Click PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT and then click RESIDENCY INFORMATION to reveal a list of our content on residencies, including Match Day resources, the Student Residency Guide, and information for residents as well as residency program directors. To select your area of interest, simply click on it.

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Where can I find career development resources?

Tools to aid your career development are available in the resource center of each membership section. To find the information you need, go to the home page, scroll down to the BROWSE BY INTEREST box, and select your practice interest (e.g., CLINICAL SPECIALIST AND SCIENTIST) from the drop-down menu. Under Sections and Communities, you’ll find a box for your selected practice interest on the left. In this box, click the ABOUT link at the bottom of the box (e.g., for the Section of Clinical Specialists and Scientists box, you would click ABOUT SCSS). On the practice area page that opens, under Explore, click CAREER DEVELOPMENT.

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You can also search for a new position by using ASHP’s CareerPharm, the only online community tailored for pharmacists who practice in acute and ambulatory care settings. To find the information for CareerPharm’s job listings, from any page, click the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. From the menu, click PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT and then click CAREERPHARM. Here you’ll find menu links for both job seekers and employers.

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Where can I find ASHP official policies and statements?

Click the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu, and then click PHARMACY PRACTICE. In the menu window, click POLICY POSITIONS AND GUIDELINES. Here you’ll find menu links to ASHP statements and guidelines, draft guidance documents, and a guide on participating in guidance development, as well as links that allow you to browse by topic or document type.

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How do I find the Resource Centers?

ASHP’s online resource centers are now known as “Pharmacy Topics.” To find these valuable practice resources, click the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. Click PHARMACY PRACTICE, and then click PHARMACY TOPICS to reveal the menu list of topics. Select your topic by simply clicking on the topic listed in the menu.

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Where can I find information on ASHP nominations and elections?

Click the orange MENU box in the upper-right corner to reveal the extended Main Menu. Click ABOUT ASHP, and then click OUR LEADERSHIP. Under Explore, scroll down to the Nominations and Elections box, and click anywhere inside the box. Here you will find detailed information on both ASHP Board of Directors and Pharmacy Practice Sections elected offices.

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Where can I get information on ASHP’s federal and state legislative and regulatory activities?

You can stay up-to-date on ASHP’s public policy efforts in the Advocacy and Issues section of ASHP.org. This section of the website features ASHP’s comments and statements on federal and state legislative and regulatory proposals, updates on our work to gain provider status, and tools to help you become politically active on behalf of the profession. To find Advocacy and Issues information, either go to the MENU and click ADVOCACY AND ISSUES or scroll down the home page to ADVOCACY AND ISSUES and click LEARN MORE in the Key Issues box or the Advocacy box.

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How do I contact ASHP if I have questions about the new website or would like to report an issue?

If you have questions about the new website or would like to report an issue, scroll down to CONTACT at the bottom of the page, and click Email ASHP. On the Contact Us page, fill out your contact information first. Then click the box under SELECT AREA, scroll down the drop-down list, and click WEBSITE ISSUES. If you’d prefer to speak on the phone with a customer service representative, call the number listed under the ASHP address, to the right of the Contact Us boxes (1-866-279-0681). Thank you in advance for reporting any issues you may find.

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We hope you enjoy the new ASHP.org!


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