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Montpelier Diabetes Update - Save the Date
How do you dose Toujeo? Are you comfortable showing a patient how to use Afrezza? Become comfortable with Glyxambi, Tanzeum, Toujeo, Afrezza, and other new diabetes drugs when you attend the Vermont Pharmacists Association Continuing Education Program, 2015 Diabetes Update, on Sunday, May 31, 2015. The event will be held at the Capitol Plaza in Montpelier. A last chance CE before the July, 2015 renewal arrives!
Vermont Pharmacists Day
The Pharmacists and Pharmacy Students gathered at the Statehouse on January 29th for the 5th annual Vermont Pharmacists Day to lobby on behalf of Vermont's pharmacists. In addition to informal meetings with legislators, members of the VPA board provided testimony for the Senate Health & Welfare Committee regarding MAC pricing transparency, PBM regulation, medication synchronization, and medication reconciliation. The VPA met with a representative of the Secretary of State's office regarding the Board of Pharmacy Exec Secretary vacancy. Later in the day, the Governor Shumlin and Speaker Shap Smith recognized the role of pharmacists through the issuance of proclamations.
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The 2014 Pharmacy class at the ACPHS Vermont Campus graduated on Sunday May 18th. The graduates are pictured below. Congratulations new pharmacists!
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ACPHS-VT Commencement Address
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Representatives of the Vermont Pharmacists Association, Vermont Retail Druggists and Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences gathered, Wednesday, February 19th at the Statehouse in Montpelier. Students from the college performed blood pressure screenings and showcased the educational requirements of earning a PharmD. Members of the two pharmacists groups testified at committee hearings of the House Health Committee and the House Judiciary Committee. Testimony was given for several bills that could potentially impact pharmacists. Legislation that touches on refill synchronization, filling CII prescriptions from out of state doctors, the VPMS, and many other topics were covered. The event ended after the group was formally recognized at a gathering of all the House legislators.
This year marks the fourth time that the Vermont Pharmacists Day has been held at the Statehouse. Our increased presence in Montpelier has helped to raise the awareness of both the profession and the issues facing us and our patients. We look forward to returning in 2015.

The first Doctor of Pharmacy class at the ACPHS Vermont Campus graduated on May 19th. The 74 graduates are pictured below. Congratulations new pharmacists!

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The Vermont Pharmacists Association is a non profit organization that enables pharmacists in Vermont to have a unified voice. If you are a pharmacist in Vermont and not yet a member of VPA, please fill out and send in our membership application.
This site exists for the purpose of uniting and informing Vermont Pharmacists. By creating a network of pharmacists on the web, it allows us to become a more powerful voice. Please take the time to look around and utilize the services that we have set up. Read on to find out what the VPA web site has to offer.