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New Practitioner eXperience (NPX)

What is NPX?

The New Practitioner eXperience (NPX) is an automatic Ohio Pharmacists Association (OPA) member benefit for pharmacists who have been in practice for 7 years or less. Not a member? Not a problem, Join OPA Today!

Vision

To be the launch pad for all new practitioners to achieve personal and professional growth and success.

Mission

The mission of the OPA New Practitioner eXperience (NPX) is to serve as a catalyst for the transition from student to pharmacist by providing new practitioners the opportunity to achieve personal and professional growth and success. This will be accomplished through leadership, advocacy, networking and practice development opportunities.

NPX Advisory Team 2016-17               

Alexa Sevin Chair: Alexa Sevin, PharmD, BCACP, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
Amanda Singrey Vice-Chair: Amanda Singrey, PharmD, BCACP, Clinical Pharmacist at James Anticoagulation Management Service at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Logan Yoho Member-at-Large: Logan Yoho, PharmD, BCACP, Pharmacist at Fruth’s Pharmacy
Aaron Neidig Member-at-Large: Aaron Neidig, PharmD, Clinical Lead Pharmacist at Medi-Wise Pharmacy
Scott Uram Member-at-Large: Scott Uram, PharmD, Pharmacist at Kroger Pharmacy
Shea Pennington Launchpad Coordinator: Shea Pennington, PharmD, Pharmacy Manager at Kroger Pharmacy
 

Get Involved with NPX! 

NPX offers a number of positions for New Practitioners to get involved. If you are interested in applying for a position, contact Lisa Berman at lberman@ohiopharmacists.org. Keep an eye out for a call for applications for open positions in the February issue of NPX Launchpad, OPA’s new practitioner newsletter.

NPX Launchpad Newsletter

 Fall 2016 Newsletter

NPX Newsletter Archives

Help us write the next newsletter! Articles may be submitted for Practitioner Profile, Ohio Days or A Taste of Our Kitchen. Have an idea for another article relevant to new practitioners?  You can submit that as well! Articles should be submitted in a Word document to Shea Pennington at v-pennington@onu.edu. Photographs for articles should be submitted separately for higher quality images. Thank you!