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Pharmacy Technician Development: Advancing the Career Trajectory

Broadcast Date: March 31, 2023


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Learn from pharmacy technicians who lead technician education and training in their institutions as they discuss advancing pharmacy technician career development.


Tyler Darcy Tyler Darcy, MBA, CPhT-Adv is the Manager of Pharmacy Training and Development at Boston Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

In his current role Tyler oversees all technician education and training programs, including new hire training and a summer internship for local high school students. Tyler currently facilitates a Technician Engagement, Development, and Recruitment Committee for the health system.

Tyler has served on the ASHP Educational Steering Committee and the ASHP Pharmacy Technician Forum Executive Committee where he currently serves as vice chair.

Matthew Rewald Matthew Rewald, BS, CPhT, DPLA is Program Director for the advanced-level ASHP/ACPE accredited Mayo Clinic Pharmacy Technician Program and Assistant Professor of Pharmacy at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine & Science. Mr. Rewald has served in the pharmacy profession as an inpatient and outpatient pharmacy technician, supervisor, and instructor in many settings throughout his career, including previous experience as a Compounded Sterile Preparation Technician. He is currently serving as the Vice Chair of the ASHP/ACPE Pharmacy Technician Accreditation Commission (PTAC), which serves both the ASHP and ACPE board of directors as the national accrediting review committee for pharmacy technician education and training programs.

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