Hello New Practitioners!
I hope you all have had a wonderful and safe start to 2021. I know that the focus for many of you right now is residencies. Whether you are applying, evaluating applicants, or cheering on your colleagues it is a busy time for everyone.
The New Practitioners Forum Executive Committee would like to remind you about educational programming specifically targeted at you in the NPF! Programming is available on clinical topics, professional and career development, personal well-being, research topics, etc.
There are several places to find NPF programming including ASHP’s eLearning site, podcasts, and content from the Midyear Clinical Meeting. As a reminder, the Midyear Clinical Meeting platform will be available until March 10, 2021 where registrants will continue to have access to all educational programming, poster sessions and more!
Here are a few examples of NPF Programming:
- Midyear Clinical Meeting – Career Development
- Putting “Yes, And” to Work: How Using Improv Can Lead to Stronger Teamwork
- Maximizing Your Publication Potential — for New Practitioners by New Practitioners
- Put Me in Coach! How to Get Your Head in the Game of Coaching
- Ask Not What Your Profession Can Do for You
- Midyear Clinical Meeting – Clinical Development
- Drug Dosing in Morbid Obesity
- PrEParing Pharmacists to Prevent HIV
- Level-Up Your Heart Failure Interviewing and Physical Examination Game
- Opioid Tapering in Palliative Care — Stepping into the Mist of the Unknown
- ASHP Podcasts
- ASHP eLearning Portal:
These are just a few of the recent educational programs developed specifically for New Practitioners. As always, watch your NPF NewsLinks and ASHP emails for the most up to date programming!
Continue to connect with us on the ASHP NPF Twitter @ASHP_NPF and tell us what educational materials you found to be the most beneficial for New Practitioners!
Elizabeth Berryman, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative