This resource focuses on developing leadership, professionalism, and advocacy in the field of pharmacy. Personal stories, real life dilemmas, and experienced perspectives from noteworthy leaders in the field provide rare career insights and prepare students for their future career.
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Table of Contents
Pt. I: Developing and Promoting Leadership
Ch. 1: Advocacy by Example: Dennis B. Worthen; Worthen, Dennis B.
Ch. 2: Finding Leaders among Us: Lucinda L. Maine; Maine, Lucinda L.
Ch. 3: Leadership Theories for Leading Change: David A. Holdford; Holdford, David A.
Ch. 4: Student Leadership Development: Ami E. Doshi; Doshi, Ami E.
Ch. 5: Leadership Mentoring: Mary L. Euler; Euler, Mary L.
Pt. II: Applying Advocacy for Pharmacy
Ch. 6: Making the Transition from Leadership to Advocacy: John M. O'Brien; O'Brien, John M.
Ch. 7: Making an Impact on Federal Legislation: William G. Lang; Lang, William G.
Ch. 8: Lessons Learned about State Advocacy: Theresa Wells Tolle; Tolle, Theresa Wells
Ch. 9: Statute to Regulation: A Continuum of Authority: Raymond C. Love; Love, Raymond C.
Ch. 10: Elements of Effective Lobbying: Carriann E. Richey; Richey, Carriann E.
Ch. 11: Committing to Grassroots Advocacy: Cynthia J. Boyle; Boyle, Cynthia J.: Earlene E. Lipowski; Lipowski, Earlene E.
Ch. 12: Bridging State and Federal Advocacy: Arnold E. Clayman; Clayman, Arnold E.: Joseph Hill; Hill, Joseph
Ch. 13: Application of Advocacy and Leadership: Richard P. Penna; Penna, Richard P.
Ch. 14: Using Public Relations to Advocate for the Profession: David A. Holdford; Holdford, David A.
Epilogue: Next Steps: Robert S. Beardsley; Beardsley, Robert S.