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“IACP has provided me with an incredible opportunity to meet the best and brightest pharmacists and technicians in our compounding profession.  Through IACP I have become an active participant in Washington, D.C., as well as in local, state and national initiatives to help ensure that practitioners and the patients they serve continue to have access to the personalized medication solutions they deserve.” – IACP Past President, John Herr, RPh, FIACP, Town & Country Compounding & Consultation.







IACP Foundation Fund-the-Future Scholarship Program


The IACP Foundation’s Fund-the-Future Program raises monies to bring pharmacy students to the one of the most important events in pharmacy compounding – Compounders on Capitol Hill.

Your donation will provide pharmacy students a scholarship to attend its annual meeting of Compounders on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.  

Scholarships, valued up to $2,500 each, will cover the following expenses:


•    One full registration to attend Compounders on Capitol Hill 2015

•    Hill Day registration

•    Rx Mixer attendance and dinner

•    Five nights of hotel accommodations

•    $900 to cover travel expenses for airfare, transportation, parking & meals not covered by registration

Please email IACP Foundation's Jennifer Petska for more information.


Student Pharmacist Travel Stipend Grants: Compounders on Capitol Hill - 2015 

Through the generosity of donors to our Fund-the-Future campaign, the IACP Foundation is offering pharmacy students a travel stipend to attend the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists’ annual meeting -- Compounders on Capitol Hill -- on June 6 - 9, 2015, in Washington, DC. 


Congratulations to our 2015 Fund-the-Future Student Travel Stipend Winners!


Please click here to view.


Announcing the 2015 spring Student Writing Competition Winners

Essay Theme: "Should States Institute a 'Wet Lab' Examination as Part of the Pharmacist Licensing Process?"

The IACP Foundation created its semi-annual Student Writing Competition to recognize outstanding original papers on a particular topic affecting pharmacy compounding. THREE winners will be selected by a review committee from the papers submitted. The winners of this writing competition will each receive a $500 cash prize. All pharmacy students are encouraged to compete.  


And the Winners Are...

Please click here to view the 2015 Spring Student Writing Competition Winners and their Essays.

IACP’s First Student Town Hall Teleconference

First of all, we would like to thank each and every one who joined us for our first student town hall teleconference. During the call some of the topics that were discussed included: Preceptors; Mentor Program; as well as the IACP Career Center. IACP’s Executive Vice President/CEO, David G Miller, RPh also touched on some of the free items that USP has so graciously offered for our current IACP student members. To learn more about all that USP has to offer and to hear the teleconference please click here.

  • Academic Pharmacy Resource Program (APRP)

USP offers free access to USP-NF, USP dictionary, and FCC for pharmacy school students. This is usually set up through the pharmacy school librarian (or other contact) and access is granted to all students through the school library. Click here to view a fact sheet on this program

  • Public Health Webinar

We do have a free webinar available on our website related to a compounding outbreak associated with compounded total parenteral nutrition. This webinar was done in collaboration with the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Students can register for the webinar by clicking here.  

  • USP Pictograms

USP has a library of 81 pictograms which are standardized graphic images to help convey medication instructions, precautions, and warnings. These also are available to download at USP’s website. Students and practitioners have found this useful for counseling patients with low literacy levels. Click here to access.

  • USP Newsletters and Information

We also have a variety of notices, updates, and publications and students can sign-up to receive these updates depending on their interest. Sign up to receive here.

  • USP Compounding Webpage

Updated with any new revisions/proposals related to compounding General Chapters and monographs. Currently on the page is information on a newly proposed chapter on Hazardous Drugs, FAQ’s related to compounding, as well as other information. Click here to access.

IACP Corporate partner MEDISCA Sponsors Fourth Annual Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition

Nineteen teams of pharmacy students participated in the fourth annual Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition (SPCC). This national event was both organized and sponsored by MEDISCA, and hosted by the University of Florida College of Pharmacy in Gainesville, Fla.

The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy accumulated the highest overall score, earning them the title of SPCC 2014 Champions. Students of this winning team included Adam McHenry, Mary Nicole Dimaano and Megan Lipp. Adam McHenry, says, “this event is not just a competition but a great learning experience, networking opportunity and preparatory test as a future compounder.” The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy earned second place and student members included Ashlee Brunaugh, Felicia Kasra and Ravi Davuluri. Washington State University College of Pharmacy’s Alex Palmer, Kendall Brenton and Sean Leonard came in third place.

This nationwide challenge provides an educational experience to the student pharmacist and served as a cornerstone for their future development in the field of pharmaceutical compounding. With great excitement and commitment, the respective Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy competed in three compounding challenges: laboratory, quality and regulatory components. The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy was the winner of both the laboratory and quality component, and the leader of the regulatory component was South Carolina College of Pharmacy - USC Campus.

The SPCC also encourages students to interact with one another, exchange ideas, and build a strong network of future compounding pharmacists that will stand together in the commitment to maintain the integrity of the field for years to come. To inspire this cohesiveness, the following awards were given out at the event: “Team Sportsmanship”, voted on by faculty, and Mr./Mrs. Congeniality, voted on by fellow students. The recipients of these awards were South Carolina College of Pharmacy - USC Campus and Nick Filk from the State University of New York - Buffalo School of Pharmacy, respectively.

Click here to read the event press release.

Future Compounders Help Shape IACP's Student Programs!

IACP held its inaugural Focus Breakfast with College of Pharmacy students during the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Annual Meeting and Exposition held in Los Angeles, Calif., in March 2013. IACP met with future pharmacists to hear their ideas and suggestions for the profession.

Pictured here - front row (l to r) IACP's David G. Miller, RPh, Jacqueline Shiao, Elyse Weitzman, Kim Sisouk, Linda Ehlig and Alexander Tu. Back row (l to r) Jay Fajiculay, Brahim Shettima, Loren Madden Kirk, Brantley Underwood, Natalie Nguyen and IACP's Melissa Lampp.


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Why Should You Join IACP?

Check out the five top reasons why students should join a professional organization!

Click here to read from Mashable June 2013




 For any additional student questions, please contact IACP at  or call (281)933-8400.

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