NACDS RxIMPACT Training Program

Complement what you are learning about policymaking and effective advocacy from NACDS RxIMPACT with one or two effective face-to-face training programs that can help you and/or your community really understand how to effectively communicate with policymakers! Further, this program can be accredited for CE credit. This program is available to NACDS member companies, state pharmacy associations, schools of pharmacy, and others.

TRAINING FOCUS: GRASSROOTS 101
Effective Grassroots in the Policymaking Process
CE Credit Eligible: 1 law credit
To date, session hosted at 41% of all State Pharmacy Associations
To date, session hosted at 36% of all Pharmacy Schools

This exciting nonpartisan CE-eligible program educates attendees about the power of grassroots engagement, the policymaking process, the varying roles of our nation’s policymakers and how to use various effective modes of communications to influence policy outcomes.

Interested in bringing our expertise to your next meeting of the minds? Contact NACDS RxIMPACT’s Heidi Ecker via email at Hecker@nacds.org or telephone at 703/837-4121 if you would like to learn more about how you can bring the NACDS RxIMPACT Training Program to your meeting or other group activity!

 

Hosted Pharmacy School Trainings:
Auburn University School of Pharmacy
Campbell University College of Pharmacy
Chapman University School of Pharmacy
Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Duquesne University School of Pharmacy
East Tennessee State University Gatton College of Pharmacy
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University
Harding University College of Pharmacy
Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy
Long Island Univ. College of Pharmacy
Marshall University School of Pharmacy
MCPHS-University, School of Pharmacy-Worcester/Manchester
Mercer University College of Pharmacy
Northeastern University School of Pharmacy
NOVA Southeastern Univ. College of Pharmacy
Ohio Northern University Raabe College of Pharmacy
Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
Oregon State University College of Pharmacy
Palm Beach Atlantic School of Pharmacy
Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy
Regis University School of Pharmacy
Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy
Rosalind Franklin University College of Pharmac
Temple University School of Pharmacy
Texas A&M Pharmacy School
The School of Pharmacy at Notre Dame of Maryland University
The University of Findlay
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
TX Tech Univ. Health Sciences Ctr School of Pharmacy
UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Charleston School of Pharmacy
University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy
University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy
University of Florida College of Pharmacy
University of Houston College of Pharmacy
University of Iowa College of Pharmacy
University of Louisiana at Monroe College of Pharmacy
University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy
University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy
University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
University of Southern California School of Pharmacy
University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy
University of Toledo College of Pharmacy
University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy
USC School of Pharmacy
Washington State University College of Pharmacy
Wayne University College of Pharmacy
West Virginia University School of Pharmacy
Wingate University School of Pharmacy


When students are encouraged to actively participate in the development of public policy, they are provided powerful tools to shape the future of their profession in a positive, productive way.”

Phillip R. Oppenheimer, PharmD, Dean of the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, University of Pacific.

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