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Tipping Point

I find it “amusing” that our mentor Bill Jones has said numerous times that pharmacy residents aren’t very good at things for their first 6 months, and that after that, things start to click and they pick up momentum. Yesterday

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Seattle, where friends meet

I love Seattle. The first time I came here, it was June of 2008. It was for the ASHP Summer meeting, and I came alone with crutches and heels. I had broken my pelvis about 4 weeks prior, if that.

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Chicago is DOWN with Integration

This looks like something that could/should be done by every Health Science Center. Not only does it educate the public, get students involved in the community, and foster leadership skills, but it also brings different disciplines together in a unified

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Midyear, Day 1

I wasn’t excited about the cold, but it didn’t take long before the excitement of Midyear hit me. ¬†Sheena and I got into Anaheim around 11pm (9pm our time) last night and decided we needed food. I was wired, but

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Anaheim, here I come!

I leave for Anaheim tomorrow to attend the biggest pharmacy gathering in the world. Yep, ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, over 20,000 folks networking, teaching, sharing, learning, ….did I mention networking? I am trying to schedule a gathering for the PSFEC

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