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Whitney Ly Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate 2020 pharmacy student at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia joins Geily Ward on this episode of the Pharmacy Future Leaders. 

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Intro-Notes, referenced by: Jaime L. Kurtz Ph.D.

Work life has increasingly grown to disrupt and conflict with family time. This conflict can occur in instances when someone prioritizes their work over their personal life. Issues can be created within families and can lead to stressful living situations. Poor work-life balance can also contribute to emotional instability due to the stresses of trying to balance it all. According to Erik Erikson, a famous psychologist, the fullest lives are those that master an inner balance between work, love, and play.

1. Striving for work-life effectiveness.

Achieving work-life effectiveness is making work fit in with other aspects of life. It is hard to have an equal balance between work and life. Adjusting things in your work and life to make them coincide better can lead to gains with emotional and physical energy as well as better focus with work. An example of this could be when your children inspires you with an idea that could be helpful in the workplace.

2. Take time to define successes in life.

This has to do with home life and work life. If you look at your home life and map out all the successes that do not necessarily involve work, it can enable growth in appreciation for life outside of work. This could possibly lead for a desire to strive for a better work-life balance.

3. Keep work at work as best as you can.

This is probably one of the hardest things to do depending on your job and whom you work for. If possible, keep home and work life separate but not letting one spill into the other. This includes trying to be as productive as possible while at work this way when it’s time to go home at the end of the day, there’s not much more for you to do.

Obviously depending on where you live or who you work for, achieving a healthy work-life balance can be hard. But by adjusting a few simple things in your life and shifting priorities slightly, you can get closer to having one. Striving for work-life effectiveness, redefining successes, and keeping work at work are good places to start when achieving a healthier work-life balance.

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On this episode of the Pharmacy Insepction Podcast, we welcome Greg Stowell, Education and Consulting Manager for Accreditation University. We discuss how ACHC is helping to bring continuous quality education to compounders.

If you like the podcast follow us on twitter @PharmacyInspect and share the podcast with those who might find it helpful. We’re just getting warmed up; there’s SO many more topics to cover! 

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On April 20th the USP had an online open forum where they discussed the proposed revision of 795. On this episode of the Pharmacy Inspection Podcast, Bryan and Seth discuss some of the proposed changes to 795.

If you like the podcast follow us on twitter @PharmacyInspect and share the podcast with those who might find it helpful. We’re just getting warmed up; there’s SO many more topics to cover! Stay tuned for what’s to come! 

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On the next installment of the Pharmacy Inspection Podcast, we welcome Christine Roussel, assistant Director of Pharmacy at Doylestown Hospital in Pennsylvania and Program Facilitator for Medisca’s LP3 Network. This was a great conversation about containment practices and we really hope to have her on again sometime soon! 

If you like the podcast follow us on twitter @PharmacyInspect and share the podcast with those who might find it helpful. We’re just getting warmed up; there’s SO many more topics to cover! Stay tuned for what’s to come! 

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Breaking Down the BCMAS Certification: A Conversation with Dr. William Soliman of ACMA

An experienced executive with several years of experience in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, Dr. Soliman has held key positions within medical affairs where he was instrumental in launching a variety of innovative platforms expanding the role of medical affairs across the industry. He is currently the President of the Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs (ACMA).

Dr. Soliman is often invited to speak at important pharmaceutical industry conferences focusing on medical affairs, patient navigation and its relationship to field based medical teams, and the ever-changing role of the medical science liaison (MSL). He has also held a variety of critical management roles across the industry at Eisai, Veeva, Retrophin, Gilead Sciences, Abbott Laboratories, Boehringer Ingelheim and Merck.

Dr. Soliman previously also served as Vice President of Medical and Scientific Affairs at CME LLC, a leading provider of CME to health care providers nationwide. He has published extensively and led a number of initiatives focusing in the areas of ischemic heart disease, dyslipidemia, diastolic heart failure, type 2 diabetes, and obesity where he has collaborated with some of the nation’s top research institutions such as the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, the Washington Center for Weight Management & Research, the Yale School of Medicine Digestive Diseases Program, and the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Weight & Eating Disorders.

Dr. Soliman was most recently invited to speak at the Center for Medical Technology & Policy’s (CMTP) conference on Comparative Effectiveness Research to help inform payers, healthcare policy makers, physicians and patients on the most effective ways to design clinical trials to better address gaps in medicine. He has also held several academic appointments at Seton Hall University’s School of Health & Medical Sciences, New Jersey City University, Kean University’s College of Natural & Applied Sciences, and Touro College of Physical Therapy & Pharmacy teaching a variety of courses including clinical therapeutics, pharmacology, pathophysiology and epidemiology.

Dr. Soliman earned his Ph.D, MPHil. from Columbia University, his Bachelor’s degree from New York University and a Master’s Degree from St. Peter’s University focused in Biochemistry & Education. He also completed post-doctoral work at Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health. 


William Soliman, PhD, MPhil, MA

https://www.linkedin.com/in/williamsoliman1/

ACMA: https://www.medicalaffairsspecialist.org/board-certified-medical-affairs-specialist-program/

wasoliman1@gmail.com

This podcast was sponsored by the ACMA.

Other Pharmacy Podcast Episodes mentioned in this podcast:
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The National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP) is excited to announce its new student pharmacist chapters! This initiative was developed for aspiring students looking to enhance their awareness and knowledge of the growing field of specialty pharmacy through education, professional development, and networking with pharmacists within NASP.

As the specialty pharmacy industry continues to grow and evolve, the need for specialty pharmacists becomes more prominent. Being an active member of a student chapter will help you keep your finger on the pulse of this dynamic industry as you prepare to enter the workforce. NASP is committed to the support and development of future practicing specialty pharmacists and student membership has many benefits, including:

  • Specialized workshops, educational sessions, and hands-on leadership opportunities to strengthen skills and expand your network;
  • Participation on NASP committees and task forces to help shape national policy, NASP priorities, education, and the Annual Meeting programming;
  • Exclusive access to the NASP Center for Specialty Pharmacy Education
  • Delivery of a daily e-news summary on the important developments in specialty pharmacy, the pharma/biotech industry, reimbursement, and policy;
  • Discounted registration to the Annual Meeting and Exposition.

With the strong support of NASP leadership and the growing interest of specialty pharmacy, we believe that our student pharmacist chapters will provide a unique opportunity for all students to gain an in-depth knowledge, experience, and exposure to the evolving issues facing specialty pharmacy today.

The speakers are:

Stephanie LaPointe, Pharm.D., CSPO, FMPA, Manager, Education + Training, Diplomat
Song Lee, PharmD, MBA, Resident at Diplomat
Doug Gebhard, PharmD, MBA Vice President, Quality & Education, PANTHERx Specialty Pharmacy


If there is a description of the podcast, we'd like to list the following website in the description: https://naspnet.org/student-chapter/ 

Contact info email 

sasp@naspnet.org

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SenioRx Radio host Justin Rash, PharmD, interviews Chad Worz, PharmD, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP). 

The ASCP is the only international professional society devoted to optimal medication management and improved health outcomes for all older persons. Founded in 1969, ASCP is a non-profit membership organization currently based in Alexandria, VA. ASCP represents over 9,000 pharmacy professionals, including students, serving the unique medication needs of the senior population.

The members range in the services they provide and serve seniors in a variety of settings. The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists Foundation (ASCP Foundation) is dedicated to educating older adults and caregivers about principles and practices associated with safe and appropriate use of medicines.

ASCP's unique focus is the development, integration, and application of knowledge regarding medication use in the senior population and the practice of senior care pharmacy to optimize health outcomes.

Contact: http://www.ascp.com

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How Women Rise - by Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith - on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2LkYzbz

 

Sally's site: www.sallyhelgesen.com

 

Bio: 

As an author, speaker and consultant, Sally’s mission has always been to help women recognize, articulate and act on their greatest strengths. Her previous books include The Female Vision: Women’s Real Power at Work and the best-selling The Female Advantage: Women’s Ways of Leadership, hailed as “the classic work” on women’s leadership styles and continuously in print since 1990. Her groundbreaking The Web of Inclusion: A New Architecture for Building Great Organizations was cited in The Wall Street Journal as one of the best books on leadership ever and is credited with bringing the language of inclusion into business.

In addition to delivering workshops and keynotes in corporations, partnership firms, universities and associations around the world, Sally has consulted with the UN on building more inclusive country offices in Africa and Asia and led seminars at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Smith College. She is a contributing editor to Strategy + Business magazine, a member of the New York and International Women’s Forums and lives in Chatham, NY.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SallyHelgesen

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sallyhelgesen/

#leadership #womensleadership #MarshallGoldsmith #SallyHelgesen #HowWomenRise

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Pharmacy Future Leaders Geily Ward interviews SouLeePharmD

Lee Amaya CU Pharmacy Student, raps about his experience at the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy.

How is it going, the last time that we spoke you were preparing for a big move.

  • How does it feel to uproot your life for a PGY1 residency?
  • Do you have family out there or is this more of an all for the PharmD deal?
  • Before we go in depth about residency, lets talk about the basics…
  • Why pharmacy? What about the profession interested you?
  • Why University of Colorado School of Pharmacy?
  • What inspired you to make this rap?
  • How are you planning on incorporating rapping with your profession?
  • What can you share about residency, any advice on the application process, tips for interviews? 
  • What area of academia interests you?

https://souleemusic.bandcamp.com/

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