American College of Clinical Pharmacy

About the PRN

The ACCP PRN Network provides a focal point around which to gather clinical pharmacists with common interests and needs in practice, research, and education. The Clinical Administration PRN (CADM PRN) is a forum for addressing practice and academic issues related to clinical administration.

** Our members include directors, managers, and practitioners from inpatient and outpatient practice sites, including IT and academia.
** There is an active resident and student contingency, especially appealing to those interested in health system administration.
** Provide a network to gain member feedback on issues of concern.
** The PRN offers numerous networking and collaborative opportunities.



*** PRN WORKING COMMITTEES ***

Many in attendance at the ACCP Annual Meeting volunteer for committee participation, but we’d like to offer the opportunity for participation for those who were unable to attend. Below is a list of committees with a brief description of each. Committee involvement is encouraged and appreciated - contact a PRN Officer if you are interested in participating with a particular committee.

1) Annual Meeting Planning: The Annual Meeting Planning Committee will work on the focus session for the upcoming annual meeting.

2) Education/Content Development: The Education and Content Development Committee will work to develop one or more clinical administration related competencies in conjunction with the ClinPharmEd.

3) Nominations: The Nominations Committee is responsible for seeking nominations for PRN offices and recommending a ballot of candidates. In addition, the nominations committee is responsible for identifying and nominating worthy individuals for ACCP awards, elected offices, and fellowship status.

4) Communications: The Communications Committee is responsible for the PRN Newsletter, developing the new PRN website and other communication related activities to enhance the sharing of information to the membership.

5) Student/Resident: The Student and Resident Committee will be responsible for implementing programs to enhance student and resident involvement including assisting with developing and distribution of travel stipends for qualified candidates.