Substance Abuse Education and Assistance SIG

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Substance Abuse Education and Assistance SIG 

The Pharmacy Student and Faculty Impairment SIG was approved by the AACP Board of Directors on March 7, 1987. The first formal SIG meeting occurred on July 14, 1987 at the AACP Annual Meeting in Charleston, S.C. In July 1990, the SIG was renamed the Substance Abuse Education and Assistance SIG.

Leadership

Michael G. O 'Neil (South College) Chair
Sarah T. Melton (East Tennessee State University) Chair-elect
Julie C. Kissack (Harding University) Immediate Past Chair
Jennifer A. Tilleman (Creighton University) Secretary

Mission Statement

The mission of the AACP Substance Abuse Education and Assistance Special Interest Group (SIG) is to collaboratively promote and enhance professional and public education concerning substance abuse, to promote and foster the provision of appropriate substance abuse assistance and recovery support for professionals and the public, and to promote scholarly inquiry concerning substance abuse as it impacts the profession of pharmacy and the public whom we serve.

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