Published August 9, 2022
Christina Cheng, PharmD’24, has been appointed Member-at-Large for the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) National Student Network Advisory Committee for 2022-2023.
As Member-at-large, Cheng will be responsible for collaborating with the committee to develop new programs and services for student members of ACCP. In October 2022, Cheng will attend the 2022 ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in San Francisco, CA to participate in cutting-edge educational programs and presentations and will connect with clinical pharmacists, practitioners, researchers and educators from around the world.
“I was interested in this position as it offered development of leadership skills and expansion of opportunities for student pharmacists that were interested in clinical pharmacy,” Cheng says. “I hope to learn and grow as a student leader and an aspiring clinical pharmacist. I know this appointment will help me expand my horizons and push me to become a better student leader, more open minded, and more well-rounded as a residency candidate.”
The mission of ACCP is to improve human health by extending the frontiers of clinical pharmacy through strategic initiatives, partnerships, collaborations and alliances.