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IACP Foundation eNews - September 2013
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The IACP Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c)3 educational foundation and is the only foundation established to benefit pharmacy compounding.  The IACP Foundation serves as the charitable extension of IACP with a mission to fund research and educational initiatives to advance the art and science of pharmacy compounding.

IACP Foundation will periodically send this e-newsletter to keep you up to date on the foundation’s latest news, research and education initiatives.  Please visit IACP's website at, and select the IACP Foundation tab.

September 2013 Issue


IACP Foundation Seeks Grant Proposals for Fall 2013

The IACP Foundation Research Committee is now seeking proposals for funding consideration.  Proposals will be considered on a case-by-case basis and funding may be awarded in whole or in part.  A maximum of $10,000 is available per proposal for research conducted at or in conjunction with an academic institution. The IACP Foundation has also set-aside funds to stimulate practice-based demonstration projects and compounding pharmacists are encouraged to apply for these $2,000 grants.

The Research Agenda include three topic areas:
1.    Beyond Use Date (BUD) -- expanded stability and beyond use date research for compounded preparations
2.    Meta-Analysis -- produce literature evaluations of segments of pharmacy compounding on pain management using compounded preparations
3.    Clinical Applications – conduct practice-based therapeutic studies on compounded pain preparations

The deadline is December 31, 2013.  For more information on the grant proposal submission guidelines,
download the 2013 Grant Program Request for Proposals here.

Announcing the Fall 2013 Student Writing Competition

As part of its commitment to education, the IACP Foundation has established the Annual Student Writing Competition to recognize outstanding original papers on pharmacy compounding. The theme is How Can Social Media Be Used to Advocate for Compounding Pharmacists?

Three winners will be selected by a review committee from the papers submitted and the writers of the best three papers will receive a $500 cash prize.  All pharmacy students are encouraged to compete.  The application deadline is December 31, 2013.

If you are a faculty member or a pharmacy student preceptor, make sure that each of your students know about this great opportunity to actively participate in the compounding profession.  For those of you who have student pharmacists on rotation at your practice, this makes a great assignment for them!

Download Student Writing Competition rules and guidelines here.

Donate to Fund-the-Future!

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, being held May 17–20, 2014, 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 2014
•    Three nights of hotel accommodations
•    Round–trip economy class airfare for one person
•    Up to $250 in travel expenses: transportation, parking & meals not covered by registration

Please contribute to Fund-the-Future, and send deserving students to an event that surely will be one of the most pivotal of their pharmacy careers. 
Download donation form here.

Eight winners will be selected by the IACP Foundation Research Committee based on the applicant criteria.  All pharmacy students are encouraged to apply.  The application deadline is February 28, 2014.

If you are a faculty member or a pharmacy student preceptor, make sure that each of your students know about this great opportunity to attend this premier industry event.  Download scholarship application here.

“I wanted to thank the Foundation and everyone who was involved in innovating, organizing, and funding the 2013 CCH student scholarship.  Overall, the whole weekend was an incredible experience, and I appreciate all of your efforts to involve  the students.  Coming into CCH, I admit, I was a bit nervous; it was my first professional conference, first time in DC, not to mention first time being on the hill talking to congressmen.  However, beginning at the first Foundation board meeting and throughout the conference I felt nothing but welcomed and respected by everyone, and I appreciate that.
I truly got a lot out of this conference.  Not only was I given the opportunity to meet, network, and ask questions to many IACP members, but I was able to further my learning on current compounding regulatory issues and actually experience the legislative process first hand.  Not to mention I even got to volunteer at the best pharmacy 70's disco themed event of the year!  But in all seriousness, I really got a lot out of this conference and wish to thank every one of you.”

Jenni-lyn Ladutko
Northeastern University
Pharmacy Student, Class of 2015



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