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Pharmacy Future Leaders – Allie Jo Shipman

#PharmacyFutureLeaders Building to a Career in Pharmacy Associations Guest: Allie Jo Shipman P4 at Mercer University College of Pharmacy Welcome […]

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January 24, 2017 Pharmacy Future Leaders, Pharmacy Students

#PharmacyFutureLeaders

Building to a Career in Pharmacy Associations

Guest: Allie Jo Shipman

P4 at Mercer University College of Pharmacy

Welcome to the Pharmacy Podcast Network, I’m your cohost Tony Guerra for the PharmacyFutureLeaders podcast broadcasting from DMACC’s Ankeny Campus.

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Today we’re going to be talking with Allie Jo Shipman who is a final year student pharmacist at Mercer University College of Pharmacy. She is currently in the Mercer PharmD/MBA dual degree program and will graduate in May. She has been involved in pharmacy associations throughout pharmacy school, and she is currently chair of the APhA-ASP Member Engagement Standing Committee and Secretary General for the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation. She plans to go into association management upon graduation.

  1. Everyone’s leadership road is a little different; tell us a little bit about your road to pharmacy school and what made you decide on pharmacy as a profession.
  1. You are at Mercer University in Georgia, which is outside your home state of South Carolina, what made you make the move?
  1. When did you decide that a PharmD/MBA was something you wanted to do and tell me a little bit about how the two degrees work in tandem at Mercer. 
  1. You’re heavily involved in Association Management, but first tell us the difference between an association and a board of pharmacy and their scopes of practice.
  1. You got to experience a pharmacy association in a 5-week APPE rotation, tell us what you did on a day-to-day and week-to-week basis.
  1. How does the GPhA set priorities for the legislative session?
  1. Tell me a little bit about how attending regional and national meetings impacts your role as a leader in a pharmacy school especially with APhA-ASP.
  1. I know a little bit about the APhA-ASP Summer Leadership Institute, but tell me about how you would be selected, what you do there and why you would go multiple times.
  1. You’re graduating soon; tell me about APhA’s New Practitioner’s Network and how that fits into your future.

  2. You’ve been tagged as a leader by the Georgia Pharmacy Association’s CEO, what do you think made you stand out? 
  1. What blanket advice do you have?

Allie Jo Shipman

email: alliejoshipman@gmail.com

P4 at Mercer University College of Pharmacy