These case studies form the basis of a resource for AACP members interested in undertaking similar advocacy activities or benefitting from the insight and approaches described in each of these cases in the development of new activities.
AACP members are encouraged to provide their own case studies so that others can appreciate the breadth of the academy’s advocacy as well as learn from them how they might become active advocates.
Therapeutic Substitution in Arkansas, Harding University College of Pharmacy
Opportunity for Faculty to Influence Local Health Insurance Benefit Design, University of Minnesota School of Pharmacy
Strength through Collaboration: Establishing an Advocacy Net Linking Student Pharmacy Organizations and State and National Pharmacy Organizations, University of Rhode Island School of Pharmacy
Integration of a Pharmacist into Tobacco Cessation Clinics at a Public Health District, University of Southern Nevada
Perceived Usefulness and Comfort Level of Local Primary Care Physicians in Referring Patients for Pharmacist-Provided Clinical Services Compared to Patients’ Perceived Monetary Value of Pharmacist-Provided Clinical Services, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
The Impact of a Political Advocacy Course on Student Pharmacists’ Level of Advocacy, University of Arkansas for the Medical Sciences
Integration of Student Pharmacists into the Office of a U.S. Senator, Touro College-New York
Expanding the Role of the Pharmacist in the Patient-centered Medical Home, University of Washington
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