← History of Pharmacy/Organizations Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Provides information, education, and advocacy to empower its members to improve medication use and advance patient care. APhA's Annual Meeting and Exposition. APhA2013 you will gain the knowledge and tools you need to make an immediate impact in shaping the legacy of our profession. American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP) To advance and support the professional practice of pharmacists in hospitals and health systems and serve as their collective voice on issues related to medication use and public health. Founded 1942. American Journal of Health-Systems Pharmacists Career services "careerpharm"2012 This year's conference, Leading the Pharmacy Enterprise: Advancing Practice with Transitions in Health Care, will prepare you to acquire the tools necessary to achieve success individually and for your health system.this opportunity to network with peers, develop future leaders, and learn new skills and strategies to enhance your practice National pharmaceutical association (NPhA) dedicated to representing the views and ideals of minority pharmacists on critical issues affecting health care and pharmacy, as well as advancing the standards of pharmaceutical care among all practitioners. Founded in 1947 Student mentoring program American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) To advance human health by extending the frontiers of clinical pharmacy. Through strategic initiatives, partnerships, collaborations, and alliances: Provides leadership, professional development, advocacy, and resources that enable clinical pharmacists to achieve excellence in practice, research, and education Advances clinical pharmacy and pharmacotherapy through support and promotion of research, training, and education Promotes innovative science, develops successful models of practice, and disseminates new knowledge to advance pharmacotherapy and patient care Journal: Pharmacotherapy Online CV Review service. The ACCP Annual Meeting offers stellar educational programming on the most topical issues, exceptional professional development sessions, and unmatched networking opportunities. Emerge from the Crowd: How to Become a Standout Residency Candidate Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Journal of managed care pharmacy American Society of consultant pharmacists (ASCP) empowers pharmacists to enhance quality of care for all older persons through the appropriate use of medication and the promotion of healthy aging. Founded 1969 Journal: The consultant pharmacist American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) To lead and partner with our members in advancing pharmacy education, research, scholarship, practice and service to improve societal health. Providing forums for faculty development and networking. Disseminating cutting-edge pedagogy related to professional and graduate education. Fostering environments and stimulating the development of resources that support the research and scholarship of faculty. Creating leadership and advocacy skills development opportunities for members and students. Fostering development of innovative professional and graduate education programs, assessment, resources and strategies. AACP's four learning communities Community Engagement and Learning Assessment Cultural Competence and Diversity Quality Improvement in Pharmacy Practice National Community Pharmacist Association (NCPA) We are dedicated to the continuing growth and prosperity of independent community pharmacy in the United States. Gives business plan competitions. Internships. Ownership.NCPA 114th Annual Convention and Trade Expositionproviding insights on practice niches regarding short cycle changes in long-term-care or if becoming a 340B pharmacy is a good or bad move for your business Accreditation Counsel on Pharmacy Education (ACPE) To assure and advance excellence in education for the profession of pharmacy ACPE assures excellence in education for the profession of pharmacy by: Establishing standards and criteria for the accreditation of pharmacy programs and continuing education providers Promoting continuous quality improvement within its accredited groups and itself Accrediting pharmacy education providers and programs Reporting publicly on its activities Founded in 1932 Babylonia Earliest record of apothecary 2600BC Ancient China Shen Nung (about 2000 B.C.), emperor who sought out and investigated the medicinal value of several hundred herbs. Ancient Egypt An ancient and important pharmaceutical record is the "Papyrus Ebers" (1500 B.C.), a collection of 800 prescriptions, mentioning 700 drugs. Theophrastus among the greatest early Greek philosophers and natural scientists, is called the "father of botany." Galen practiced and taught both Pharmacy and Medicine in Rome; his principles of preparing and compounding medicines ruled in the Western world for 1,500 years. He was the originator of the formula for a cold cream Damian and Cosmas Twin brothers of Arabian descent they offered the solace of religion as well as the benefit of their knowledge to heal. After martyrdom, they became the patron saints of Pharmacy and Medicine. Baghdad separated the arts of apothecary and physician, establishing in Baghdad late in the eighth century the first privately owned drug stores. First apothecary shops Separation of pharmacy and medicine 17th century but actually 1240AD Sicily The First Official Pharmacopoeia Florence. Nuovo Receptario First organization of pharmacists The society of apothecaries of london Elizabeth Marshall In Philadelphia, first woman pharmacist First hospital pharmacy in america Philadelphia First hospital pharmacist Jonathan Roberts Carl Wilhelm Scheele discovered oxygen, chlorine, nitroglycerin, and countless others in the back of his pharmacy. Friedrich Wilhelm Adam Sertürner gave the world opium's chief narcotic, morphine; and recognized the importance of a new class of organic substances: alkaloids. First college of pharmacy in the US Philadelphia CoP First Pharm Association APHA Dr. Albert Prescott He abandoned the traditional requirement of apprenticeship for laboratory pharmacy, a definite curriculum that included basic sciences, and a program that demanded students' full-time attention. The first US pharmacopoeia United States Pharmacopoeia (1820) Standardization of pharmaceuticals Parke, Davis & Company introduced standardized "Liquor Ergotae Purificatus" in 1879 Behring and Roux announced the effectiveness of diphtheria antitoxin, pharmaceutical scientists both in Europe and in the United States rushed to put the new discovery into production Parke-Davis received U.S. Biological License No. 1 Which country started pharmaceutical research? Germany Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Developed in germany, then US took over Pure Food Drug Act Established the Food & Drug Administration Ensured products were labeled correctly Federal Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act Safety of drugs Durham-Humphrey Amendment to the FDC Act Defined legend (prescription) & over-the-counter drugs Efficacy of Drugs Controlled Substances Act Created the Drug Enforcement Administration Created schedule I, II, III, IV, and V drug categories OBRA Pharmacists must offer to counsel patients. Maine Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (MESHP) Assist pharmacists in organized health care settings and provide leadership that will allow pharmacy and pharmcists to provide high quality pharmaceutical services that foster efficacy, safety, and cost effectiveness. positive relationship between health care needs of public and practice of pharmacy. promote pharmacists as vital members of health care team. pharmcists can achieve full potential in scope of knowledge and provide supportive expertise toward quality patient care. Maine Pharmacists Association (MPA) To advance the profession of pharmacy and promote public safety. We must always stay focused on our most precious commodity; the public or patient. American Pharmacists Association- Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) The mission of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists, to provide opportunities for professional growth, to improve patient care, and to envision and advance the future of pharmacy. Eligibility to apply for the Student Exchange Program (SEP) to learn first-hand about overseas pharmacy -Leadership training and roles on the chapter, national, regional, and international level -Opportunities for internships with partner organizations like the World Health Organization: working with tobacco cessation, TB, HIV/AIDS awareness, law, public health. Student Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (SSHP) advance and support the professional practice of pharmacists in hospitals and health systems and serve as their collective voice on issues related to medication use and public health. Career Development: SSHP members participate in the ASHP Clinical Skills Competition, conduct information sessions on residency training, and host speakers to share information on career paths in health-system pharmacy. 2. Professional Development: Each SSHP is charged with completing an annual project to help the profession reach the goals outlined in the ASHP Leadership Agenda. 3. Leadership and Networking: SSHP members are afforded many local, state and national-level leadership opportunities and training. Recognized SSHPs are eligible to participate in the annual Student Society Showcase at the Midyear Clinical Meeting and receive one complimentary registration to send a student as the SSHP representative. 4. Awards and Recognition: Officially recognized SSHPs receive national attention and benefits. ASHP provides awards for incoming and outgoing SSHPs leaders and a framed certificate of recognition to display on campus. Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) SNPhA is an educational service association of pharmacy students who are concerned about the profession of pharmacy, healthcare issues, and the poor minority representation in these areas. The purpose of SNPhA is to plan, organize, coordinate and execute programs geared toward the improvement of the health, educational, and social environment of minority communities Rho Chi Recognize and reward outstanding scholarly attainment and encourage outstanding scholarship. Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS) Support pharmacy leadership commitment by recognizing leaders and fostering leadership development. Enhance talent, skill, effectiveness of leaders for the profession of pharmacy. support and encourage programs and services to assist those who desires to serve in a leadership role. Kappa Psi oldest and largest pharmacy fraternity. develop industry, sobriety, and fellowship. foster high ideals, scholarship, and pharmaceutical research. support projects that advance profession of pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi (PDC) Develop leaders to advance the profession of pharmacy. promotes scholastic, professional, and social growth. provide quality service to patients, advance public health, and strengthen as health professionals. Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS) International professional pharmacy fraternity. Develop intellectual, leadership and professional skills. professional growth, educational development. Women's health issues.