Chapter Collaboration Program
The purpose of AMCP's Chapter Collaboration Program, known as the Chapter Collab program, is to provide a forum for student pharmacists to collaborate, exchange ideas, and network with students from other chapters. Whether explaining managed care pharmacy to first-year students, hosting a Pharmacy & Therapeutics Competition, or recruiting new members, we all face similar challenges.
New chapters may struggle to figure out best practices while established chapters seek new ideas and programs for their members. Although student chapters may be geographically close, members may not have the opportunity to collaborate with one another. Through Chapter Collab, chapters will have a chance to share resources, achieve goals that cannot be achieved alone, and learn about best practices. As they learn from one another, chapters will be able to gather, modify, and implement new programs to achieve their goals and overcome their challenges.
How to get involved
It’s important to update AMCP with your chapter presidents’ contact information. We will contact your chapter’s president during the summer, asking if their student chapter is interested in participating.
We ask all chapters interested in participating in Chapter Collab to fill out and submit the Chapter Collab Survey. Information from the survey is used to help the Student Pharmacist Committee (SPC) best pair you with another chapter. The survey will take about 5 minutes to complete and is due before the start of each school year. Paired chapters will be notified in August by their designated SPC Member.