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ORGANIZATIONAL

MANAGEMENT
Esteban, Kim Gica
Freya Nadine

Lavadia,

Revilla, Concepcion Kristy

Organizational Management

Organization management careers are
available for those with pharmacy
education who wish to serve in national
and state associations and on state
boards of pharmacy.

Thus, pharmacists who have
organizational interests and talents will
be in great demand and will play
important roles in the future pharmacy in
the United States.

ORGANIZATIONS

American Pharmacists Association (APhA)

Founded in 1852, APhA is the largest
association of pharmacists in the United
States, with more than 62,000 practicing
pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists,
student
pharmacists,
pharmacy
technicians as members.
Leader in the professional and scientific
advancement of pharmacy.

American Society of Health-System
Pharmacists (ASHP)

Founded in 1942. A national professional
association that represents pharmacists
who practice in hospitals, health
maintenance organizations, long-term
care facilities, home care, and other
components of health care systems.
The ASHP endeavors to create an
environment in which pharmacists can
focus the full potential of their
knowledge and expertise on patient
care.

American Society of Consultant
Pharmacists (ASCP)

Founded in 1969.
The American Society of Consultant
Pharmacists
is
the
international
professional association that provides
leadership, education, advocacy, and
resources to advance the practice of
senior care pharmacy.

National Community Pharmacists
Association (NCPA)

Represents the pharmacist owners,
managers, and employees of
independent community pharmacies
across the United States. The student
chapter offers pharmacy students a wide
array of opportunities to broaden and
enrich their educational experience and
gain valuable, real world skills.

American Association of Pharmaceutical
Scientists (AAPS)

It provides a dynamic international
forum for the exchange of knowledge
among scientists to enhance their
contributions to health.

American College of Clinical Pharmacists
(ACCP)

A professional and scientific society that
provides leadership, education,
advocacy, and resources enabling
clinical pharmacists to achieve
excellence in practice and research.

American Association of Colleges of
Pharmacy (AACP)

This is only the national organization
representing pharmacy education in the
United States.
Their mission is to lead and partner with
members
in
advancing
pharmacy
education,
research,
scholarship,
practice, and service to improve societal
health.