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35 minutes | 11 days ago
Episode 20: “Forge Your Own Path” with Megan Coder
In Episode 20 of 2020, Melissa talks with Megan Coder, Executive Director of the Digital Therapeutics Alliance. They discuss her passion for digital therapeutics and navigating innovation and new healthcare technology in 2020 and beyond. Megan talks about being influenced by mentors and leaders and ultimately charting her own path.
37 minutes | 25 days ago
Episode 19: “Persevere and Figure It Out” with Sara J White
In Episode 19, Melissa talks with Sara J White, ASHP Past President and Harvey AK Whitney Lecture recipient. They discuss her innovative research on leadership, insights from training almost 100 pharmacy residents, and the importance of perseverance. Sara shares practical tips on mentoring for both the mentor and mentee along with ways to network and connect during the 2020 ASHP Midyear Virtual Experience.
27 minutes | a month ago
Episode 18: “Show Up Ready to Learn” with Connie Connolly
In Episode 18, Melissa talks with Connie Connolly, currently Chairman of the Board of the Iowa Pharmacy Association and clinical pharmacist with Osterhaus Pharmacy. They discuss being a first-generation college student and getting involved with pharmacy organizations. Connie shares community pharmacy stories and experiences during COVID19 such as finding new ways to communicate and connect with patients.
37 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 17: “Take Risks and Make it Work” with Metta Lou Henderson
In Episode 17, Melissa talks with Metta Lou Henderson, a research pioneer in the history of women in pharmacy. Recorded to celebrate Women Pharmacist Day during Pharmacists Month, they discuss what was happening in society and the experiences of women in pharmacy over the years. The impacts of women pharmacy leaders like Zada M Cooper and Gloria Niemeyer Francke are discussed along with others. Metta Lou also shares her groundbreaking research on the important contributions of Catholic Sister pharmacists, especially in hospital pharmacy and the founding of ASHP. Metta Lou Henderson Women in Pharmacy
38 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 16: “Never Give Up” with Ashley and Brooke Barlow
In Episode 16, Melissa talks with our first twin sister duo, Ashley and Brooke Barlow known as @theABofPharmaC on Twitter. These PGY2 pharmacy residents share how to get started in social media and its professional value. Ashley and Brooke also discuss staying connected during these times when we need to be physically distant, the importance of mentoring, and pillars of wellbeing. https://www.accp.com/membership/clinicalPharmacyInAction/covid19.aspx
35 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 15: “Be True to Yourself” with Lisa Gersema
In Episode 15, Melissa talks with ASHP Past President Lisa Gersema. They discuss leadership during these unprecedented times and the important role for pharmacy. Navigating without a playbook, collaboration, communication, and flexibility are key. Lisa also shares insights about learning from mistakes, not dwelling on it and moving forward.
44 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 14: “Always Stay Hopeful” with Sanela Bilic
Welcome to Season 2! In Episode 14, Melissa talks with Sanela Bilic, founder and CEO of Vanadro which provides drug development consulting. They discuss her childhood, surviving in a war-torn city and subsequent journey to the United States. Her passion for learning helped her navigate starting over, learning English, and pursuing research and innovation. Her compelling story includes gratitude, hope, and paying it forward. Below is information on Drake University’s ’20-’21 Drug Development Fellow, Ivy Xue. Xue Announced as 20-21 Vanadro – Drake Drug Development Fellow
31 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 4: “Relationships Matter: Pharmacy is a Small World” with Kelli Jo Welter
In Episode 4, Melissa talks with final year student pharmacist Kelli Jo Welter. Kelli Jo currently serves as APhA-ASP President and represents approximately 34,000 student pharmacist members across the United States. They discuss what it means to be “Fearlessly Authentic,” the application and interview process for a pharmacy residency, and how it’s okay to not be okay at times.
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