They provide a means for clinical pharmacists with common practice and research interests to gather for professional interaction, networking, and continuing education. The PRN features a newsletter and coordinates activities for its members to gather at other professional meetings. 3. The PRN's membership crosses a broad spectrum of interests, ranging from clinical practice to basic and clinical research. -Access to the Ambulatory Care Resource Guide and Survival Guide 4. Facebook: -Committee Service. Among these were five general practitioners who have been recognized for their seminal work during the past 125 years. Each PRN maintains an e-mail list for members to discuss key information in their fields, and their leadership prepares educational sessions to be delivered each year at the ACCP Annual Meeting. Among them was a small group convened by Gene Farley in Denver in 1978 to consider establishing a national sentinel practice system. Ambulatory Care PRN. The Pharmaceutical Industry PRN supports members working in the pharmaceutical industry and provides awareness and education to members who do not work in the industry by: providing educational and developmental programs, and networking opportunities, for clinical pharmacists practicing in all aspects of industry; providing information about pharmacy practice in industry to the general membership of ACCP; and developing and facilitating research, educational, and pharmaceutical care collaborations between clinical pharmacists in pharmaceutical industry and academic or other clinical settings. Each of these research pioneers provide inspiration for the development of practice-based, primary care research networks because each demonstrated that important new knowledge could be discovered by the practicing family doctor. And this is far from an accepted principle in the United States. 1.Expand IMTR PRN educational programs and secure continued success by providing cost-effective immunology and transplant pharmacist continuing education (CE) b. BPS certification Obtain a platform for webinar delivery and archiving Mission Statement. The Infectious Diseases PRN facilitates the dissemination and sharing of information on infectious diseases pharmacotherapy practice, teaching, and research among its members. The ACCP Pulmonary PRN mission is to improve the health of patients affected by pulmonary diseases by fostering practice innovation, supporting outcomes and translational research, and providing high-quality education to patients and practitioners. The Pulmonary PRN vision is to be the society-based organization for advancing pulmonary pharmacy practice, research, and education through collaboration, innovation, and leadership in an effort to optimize patient quality and quantity of life. Follow us on our new social media accounts for updates and information! Directory of Residencies, Fellowships & Graduate Programs, Specialty Certification Examination Preparation, Residents, Fellows, and Graduate Students, ACCP International Clinical Pharmacy Center Recognition Program. Provide leadership in the recognition of immunology and transplant practitioners These diverse areas of expertise are what makes us one of the most well-rounded PRNs and affords a wide variety of educational and scholarship opportunities, through both formal and informal collaborative settings. Our PRN hosts a diverse group of pharmacists, including community, family medicine, internal medicine, geriatrics, and managed care. The primary goals of the PRN are: to facilitate communication between ACCP members regarding developments in the application of outcomes and economics techniques in clinical practice, research, and educational environments; and to enhance the knowledge of ACCP members in the field of outcomes and economics. Newsletter Communication is through newsletters, the Internet, and networking sessions at ACCP meetings. Established in 2015, the Global Health Practice and Research Network (PRN) is one of ACCP’s newest PRNs. Research focused on molecular mechanisms of disease. All activities that the Pulmonary PRN engages in will be focused on achieving this goal. Vision Practice-based psychotherapy research to improve the well being of our community. There are also several benefits for joining the PRN including: These networks are now at once both a place and a concept. PBRNs are groups of primary care clinicians and practices working together to answer community-based health care questions and translate research findings into practice.