American College of Clinical Pharmacy


Upcoming Nephrology PRN eJournal
Join us as Dr. Ryan Sangiovanni, PGY2 nephrology resident, discusses critical findings of the CANVAS trial published earlier this Summer. Dr. Sangiovanni will be mentored by Dr. Katie Cardone, Pharm.D., BCACP, FNKF, FASN, FCCP from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

To join the session on August 11 @ Noon EST, use the Guest Link to access the room:

Enter your Name and click Join Session

Below are instructions and tips for getting into the virtual session:

Before you join, make sure you have the following:
1. A microphone and headset/ earbuds (although you may use your computer’s built-in mic and speakers, you’ll get the best experience from a mic and headset).
2. A Collaborate Ultra-friendly browser:
Chrome version 54 or higher, or
Firefox version 49 or higher.
3. A wired network connection is preferred. Sometimes, Wi-Fi will disconnect and make you re-join the meeting room. It’s not too difficult to join again, but it can be a nuisance.

During the session, it might be helpful to have this cheat sheet handy.
2017 Annual Meeting Travel Awards
Good news! The Nephrology PRN will offer 2 travel awards to the meeting this year in Phoenix, Arizona.
- One $500 travel award to a student/resident/fellow with a nephrology related research or clinical project (
- For the first time, we will also be offering a $250 new practitioner travel award to an associate member of ACCP with an interest in nephrology (

Please submit applications via email to by August 29th
ACCP Awards- Nomination due February 15th
ACCP is accepting nominations for the following awards:
-New Clinical Practitioner
-New Educator
-New Investigator,
-T he 2017 Paul F. Parker Medal
-2017 ACCP Fellows

For a description of the awards, please go to: The nominations deadline is February 15, 2017 and can be submitted to ACCP by signing in to the Nominations section of ACCP's website (

Please contact Mary Vilay ( with any questions.



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