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Posts Tagged ‘The Future of Pharmacy’

2016 & 2017 Podcasts on Pharmacy Career Development – An Update

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

This is about to be a long post, but I wanted to put, in one place, all the 2016 & 2017 Pharmacy Podcast Shows for the fab 13, AND for your listening pleasure! And I moved it up, since it was starting to get buried in the blog.

If you’re a pharmacist or leader in healthcare, IT, pharmacy practice and/or elsewhere, the following episodes will be of benefit to you.  And to all the guests during the year on the podcast, a SINCERE THANKS for helping us reach over 63,000 listeners and for sharing the pharmacy healthcare love!

The First and Annual Women’s Leadership in Pharmacy Panel at #RBC2017 from Cardinal Health

NABP and the .pharmacy Initiative: Deterring Rogue Online #FakePharmacies

Part 3 of our Conversation with Former DEA – Joseph T. Rannazzisi

Breaking Into the Pharmaceutical Industry: PharmDs – A Chat on the BCMAS Certification

DEA Part 2: Our Chat with Joseph T. Rannazzisi, cont.

A Chat with Co-Founder of GoodRx, Doug Hirsch

Career Development: Working for DEA

For the Class of 2017: Congratulations!

Manbassadors: Sponsors for Women in Healthcare

57 Cool Jobs for Pharmacists

SXSW 2017 – A Recap

InfoSAGE: Healthcare Informatics Leader Dr. Charles Safran

5 Steps to Manage Through a Career Crisis

HIMSS 17 Post Show

HIMSS 17 Pre Show

A Valentine for Women, Gender Parity and Leadership in Healthcare:

The Future of Work in Pharmacy & Healthcare Part I – With Special Guest, Jacob Morgan:

The Future of Pharmacy Work – Part II

Certifications for Pharmacists – Another Way to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career:

What is a Medical Science Liaison?:

7 Steps to a Super 2017:

“Men”toring Women – Why it is critical for Men to Mentor Women

Merry Midyear – 4 part miniseries coming to the podcast with Dr. Lauren Steinbach hi-jacking the mic:

5 Roads into Loving your retail pharmacy career – 5 part series:

The American Society for Pharmacy Law – an Intro with Aaron Moore:

5 Part series on the 5 Roads out of Retail Pharmacy:

Pharmacy as a Third Space – Tisane Pharmacy (NYC):

Disruptive Women in HIT – Mandi Bishop:

How to get more Leadership in Pharmacy – Alan Spies:

BU Well: A Student-Driven Multimedia Publication – Anne Leighty:

Unusual Career Paths in Pharmacy – Shaun Young of Ardina:

Feeling the Burn…Out – How to manage burnout in pharmacy:

Writing to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career – Dr. Elaine Voci

Maximizing Medical and Pharmacy Meetings – Kristin Eilenberg of Lodestone Insights:

2016 & 2017 Pharmacy Podcast Shows on YOUR Career Development!

Friday, November 4th, 2016

This is about to be a long post, but I wanted to put, in one place, all the 2016 & 2017 Pharmacy Podcast Shows for the fab 13, AND for your listening pleasure!

If you’re a pharmacist or leader in healthcare, IT, pharmacy practice and/or elsewhere, the following episodes will be of benefit to you.  And to all the guests during the year on the podcast, a SINCERE THANKS for helping us reach 60,000 listeners and for sharing the pharmacy healthcare love!

For the Class of 2017: Congratulations!

Manbassadors: Sponsors for Women in Healthcare

57 Cool Jobs for Pharmacists

SXSW 2017 – A Recap

InfoSAGE: Healthcare Informatics Leader Dr. Charles Safran

5 Steps to Manage Through a Career Crisis

HIMSS 17 Post Show

HIMSS 17 Pre Show

A Valentine for Women, Gender Parity and Leadership in Healthcare:

The Future of Work in Pharmacy & Healthcare Part I – With Special Guest, Jacob Morgan:

The Future of Pharmacy Work – Part II

Certifications for Pharmacists – Another Way to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career:

What is a Medical Science Liaison?:

7 Steps to a Super 2017:

“Men”toring Women – Why it is critical for Men to Mentor Women

Merry Midyear – 4 part miniseries coming to the podcast with Dr. Lauren Steinbach hi-jacking the mic:

5 Roads into Loving your retail pharmacy career – 5 part series:

The American Society for Pharmacy Law – an Intro with Aaron Moore:

5 Part series on the 5 Roads out of Retail Pharmacy:

Pharmacy as a Third Space – Tisane Pharmacy (NYC):

Disruptive Women in HIT – Mandi Bishop:

How to get more Leadership in Pharmacy – Alan Spies:

BU Well: A Student-Driven Multimedia Publication – Anne Leighty:

Unusual Career Paths in Pharmacy – Shaun Young of Ardina:

Feeling the Burn…Out – How to manage burnout in pharmacy:

Writing to Enhance Your Pharmacy Career – Dr. Elaine Voci

Maximizing Medical and Pharmacy Meetings – Kristin Eilenberg of Lodestone Insights:

Noteworthy Nuggets from My Little Corner of the World

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Greetings from Orlando.

I know, don’t hate me. But it’s sunny and 70-something-ish as I type this.

I’m at ASAE’s Great Ideas Conference, along with 800+ other new people.  I’m enjoying this meeting, because it’s full of people who I don’t normally get the opportunity to interact with on a daily basis.  On top of that, I’ve been working online a lot today in plotting ahead to 2015-16.

So, here’s the noteworthy nuggets I’ve been trying to glue in my brain for the past couple of days.

1. Butler University student published books – When I look at the table below in planning ahead for the next academic year on book 7, all I can think is–wow.  Has this project really grown into this many projects and books?  Here’s a cool video interview on one of the two books being published as I type this.

ButlerUniversityStudentBookProjects

Butler University Student-Written & Published Book Projects

2. 5 Things I’ve learned at ASAE Great Ideas – Well, I’m certain I’ve learned a lot more than 5 things at this conference, but here are the stickiest things thus far (and there’s still 1 more day to go for this conference):

  • a. Associations don’t want to be awesome.  This is the biggest Debbie downer realization, but the more I think about it, it’s true.  One speaker said that awesome ideas scare the sh*t out of boards, and even if they say they want innovative ideas, they really don’t want them at the end of the day.  I think she’s right.  This kind of bums me out, because I think trade associations should be moving and pressing forward in a profession, not holding it back.  If you are driving an association, I hope you don’t have this mindset, but I’m afraid many do.
  • b. Instagram/Yik Yak and Snapchat are the trifecta for college kids and young professionals via social media.  If you’re not using them in a non profit or an association, you’re doomed.
  • c. The top 10 big trends that are coming – how are you adapting to them? If you want to see what they are, look at my personal twitter feed for today – (@ErinLAlbert) – there’s a slide buried in it on these trends.  The ASAE Foundation paid for this trend study, so I won’t publish their data on my own blog.
  • d. Everything is like Netflix now – There’s even a subscription women’s clothing company now.  The first thing I’m going to do when I get home is try this out.  Netflix for clothes…? SIGN ME UP!
  • e. Books are everywhere here – I like that a lot of speakers at this event have actually published books on their areas of expertise. I even ran into some peeps in the audience who have written and published books but were just attending this event, like me.  Here are the books that speakers presented and attendees/speakers wrote.  (One was at the ASAE bookstore by an author I know, so I’m putting her latest book on the list too.)  Sorry, I’m just turning into a book snob – in that, if your ideas are that awesome, you should have a book on them, rather than just talking about them.  So, here’s a list of people walking the talk!

SPIKE Your Brand ROI – by Adele Cehrs
The Necessity of Strangers – Alan Gregerman
Overcoming an Imperfect Boss – Karin Hurt
Knowing Y – Sarah Sladek
42 Rules for Engaging Members Through Gamification – by Alcorn & Turner

3. I’m missing SX – One of these decades, I’m going to get to SXSW.  But, while I’m at this meeting, I’m enjoying the tweets from Austin too.  Maybe one day I’ll get there–and then and only then, will I be cool.

4. The future of pharmacy is here! I prattled on recently about where I think pharmacy is heading – the good, the bad and the ugly. Todd Eury allowed this to happen over at Pharmacy Podcast.  The audio is here, and the show notes are here.  If you’re a pharmacist, feel free to tweet me and let me know if I’m full of hot air, or if you agree with me.  Regardless of whether or not you agree, part of being a professional in my mind is discussing the future and owning it, rather than letting it own you. I also heard from Adele Cehrs today that associations need to “own” the whispered stuff about them, rather than ignoring it.  I agree with her.  And thus, I look forward to mixing it up with my colleagues.

5. Why? So, I attended a career development session at ASAE today too.  One of the speakers said we have to get Simon Sinek and ask ourselves the deep, philosophical “why” we are here, what gets us out of bed in the morning, etc.  When we paired and shared, my why is the same as it has been–to litter the universe with knowledge.  That’s my why I’m here thing.  What’s yours?  Think about it – because it will drive a lot of other decisions you have and make in your life.