Pharmacy Organizations Unite to Take a Stand Against Racial Injustice

NASPA has joined together with thirteen other national pharmacy organizations to take a stand against racial injustice.  As professional organizations, and the profession of pharmacy as a whole, we unite to “work together now to weave new threads that embrace our diversity, honor our humanity, and support people of color and any marginalized populations for […]

NASPA Welcomes New Staff

NASPA is excited to welcome our newest staff member: Joni Cover.  Joni will be joining the team as the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. Most recently, Joni served as the CEO of the Nebraska Pharmacists Association for the past 17 years. Joni graduated from the University of Nebraska with a bachelor’s degree in Communications; received […]

NASPA Releases “Maternal Health Service Set for Pharmacists” Concept Paper

NASPA has just released a Maternal Health Service Set concept paper that outlines opportunities for pharmacists to contribute in this area. Pharmacist-provided maternal health services can improve health care access, quality, and outcomes for women and infants and can reduce health disparities, and the paper highlights the services that can do this if implemented. In […]

NASPA Welcomes New Staff

NASPA is excited to welcome Savannah Cunningham as a Summer Intern starting this week!  Savannah is a second-year student pharmacist at Mercer University College of Pharmacy in Atlanta, GA. She is originally from Murfreesboro, TN and graduated with a biology degree from Lipscomb University in 2018. Savannah currently serves as the President of Mercer’s APhA-ASP […]

Pharmacist Advocacy Groups Call for New Action to Enhance COVID-19 Patient Care 

Pharmacy organizations representing the interests of all pharmacists in the United States have released a joint set of policy recommendations critical to addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.   The COVID-19 pandemic continues to put an enormous strain on our nation’s healthcare system, and the supply of qualified healthcare providers is becoming increasingly limited. Pharmacists are currently among those healthcare professionals on the front line, […]

NASPA Welcomes New President Kelly Fine

NASPA is excited to announce its 2020 President, Kelly Fine. Kelly was sworn in to the President position on March 20, 2020 at the NASPA 2020 Virtual Spring Meeting. Kelly joined the Arizona Pharmacy Association as CEO in October 2011. A graduate of the University of Toledo College of Pharmacy, she came to Arizona in […]