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The ACCP RI announces a new partnership to support research combining the use of an individual’s genetic makeup with that of a unique clinical decision support system to help guide medication choices in primary care settings.
Rachel Chennault, Ph.D., was appointed ACCP Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN) director in August 2016 after serving 1 year as the network’s interim director.
All investigators in the field of clinical pharmacy and clinical pharmacology, ACCP members and nonmembers alike, are invited to submit abstracts to be considered for presentation during the ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium, May 17–18, 2017.
MRIT is the ACCP Research Institute’s (RI’s) latest investigator training program with a growing record of success.