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Resident and New Practitioner Information

The ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition is the largest meeting of pharmacy professionals in the world. Every year pharmacists, student pharmacists, pharmacy residents, and pharmacy technicians both nationally and internationally, connect and network.

This year, the ASHP Midyear experience will continue to bring people together to network, learn, and explore professional, career and training opportunities virtually. Whether you are a resident, fellow, or in your first 5 years of practice, you will find a wealth of programming and activities designed just for you. Use the links below to find all the information you need to maximize your experience at the ASHP Midyear meeting. Keep checking back as more resources will continue to be posted.

Can't find what you are looking for? Contact us at  newpractitioners@ashp.org 

Resources for Resident & New Practitioner Attendees

 

New Practitioner Programming 

Are you in your first five years of pharmacy practice? ASHP developed this programming to address the unique needs of residents and new practitioners at the Midyear. Explore workplace challenges, mentorship, and clinical issues in an encouraging and motivational atmosphere.

Career Development

Learn tips and tricks your colleagues have used successfully to grow and advance their careers.

Clinical Development

You’ve earned the right to be a member of the healthcare team. On a day-to-day basis, you must demonstrate you are competent, professional, intelligent, and credible. Learn ways to improve your clinical skills, regardless of your area of practice.

 Career Development   Clinical Development
Putting “Yes, And” to Work: How Using Improv Can Lead to Stronger Teamwork Drug Dosing in Morbid Obesity
Maximizing Your Publication Potential — for New Practitioners by New Practitioners PrEParing Pharmacists to Prevent HIV
Put Me in Coach! How to Get Your Head in the Game of Coaching Level-Up Your Heart Failure Interviewing and Physical Examination Game
Ask Not What Your Profession Can Do for You Opioid Tapering in Palliative Care — Stepping into the Mist of the Unknown
New Practitioner Networking Session

For complete session details, view the Session Schedule & Itinerary Planner