Today's new pharmacy school graduates are eager to find ways to set themselves apart from the crowd and land a coveted residency position, although no one really knows what to expect from their experience. Is this the right choice for me? What is the value of a residency? What is the process for selecting and applying to various positions? These questions, and many more, are tackled in Letters from Pharmacy Residents: Navigating Your Career, a collection of 33 inspiring letters from young practitioners who have recently completed their own PGY1 or PGY2 residency. Edited by Sara J. White, MS, FASHP, Harold N. Godwin, MS, FASHP, FAPhA, and Susan Teil Boyer, MS, FASHP, this book is the latest addition to ASHP's Letters series, a one of a kind road map to the pharmacy experience. Letters from Pharmacy Residents joins Letters to a Young Pharmacist: Sage Advice on Life and Career from Extraordinary Pharmacists and Letters from Rising Pharmacy Stars: Advice on Creating and Advancing Your Career in a Changing Profession, as part of a growing collection of personal letters created to inspire and comfort pharmacists through all stages of their professional journey. Each chapter is a personal letter to the reader, filled with practical advice and insight on a wide range of experiences. More than a book, Letters from Pharmacy Residents is an essential guide to navigating your life and pharmacy journey.
Letters from Pharmacy Residents Table of Contents Foreward Preface Andrew Albanese Kallie Amer Keith Anderson Ali Baker Maggie Byrd Lindsey Cooper Brienne Costigan Bethany Crouse Jennifer Czerwinski Jessica Dizon Erin Graham Brigid Groves Chelsea Gustafson Andre Harvin Molly Henry Brian Kempin Patryk Kornecki Noelle Lee Carolyn Magee Kelly McGinnis Jeffrey Millard Whitney Mortensen Ryan Nottingham Jeremy Price Joshua Raub Melissa Santibañez Mark Skildum Katherine Smith Jessica Snead Laura Triantafylidis Allison Vecchiet Zach White Kristyn Yemm.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.