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Dr. Katie Anderson
APhA Foundation 2020 Incentive Grant Recipient for Practitioner Innovation in Pharmaceutical Care
Heads up! The deadline to register for the #PCCA Student Compounding Boot Camp has been extended to Wednesday, Janu… https://t.co/uRynlad5Sh
Thank you to all the participants and speakers that came to the #CareerSummit2020 this past weekend and made it a s… https://t.co/iNsh55TBMy
Happy #NationalPharmacistDay! Our mission is to continue to be a catalyst for #success by equipping students and pr… https://t.co/fazIPfdnFq
Do’s: be that standout person, learn the art of delegation, learn from failures
Do not’s: be afraid to forge your o… https://t.co/nbQvZv96hb
A #guidelinebased approach is important for educating not only patients, but also other healthcare professionals! T… https://t.co/llJskpFHyh
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