Welcome to the Pharmacy Profession!
If you’re a “new practitioner” – generally defined as a pharmacist who entered practice within the past 5 years – you’re likely to have questions, challenges, and special interests different from those of pharmacists who have been practicing for several years.
As you transition into your pharmacy career, know that TPA works for you and with you, to positively impact pharmacy practice in Tennessee. If you ever have questions, feel free to reach out to a member of our staff.
|GET STARTED, GET CONNECTED, GET INVOLVED,
And Get the Most Out of Your TPA Membership!
|Stay Up-to-Date on Important Issues and Upcoming Events — Update Your TPA Profile!
TPA’s main channel of communication is through email, but you’ll also want to keep your full TPA profile updated to ensure you’re receiving everything your membership has to offer.
You will need to be logged in to update your profile.
|Apply to Be a Member of a Committee (APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED EACH FALL)
TPA recently formed an ad hoc New Practitioner Committee!
Do you want to develop, implement, and expand novel TPA programs while engaging new practitioners and recent graduates in various activities and initiatives within TPA? If so, consider applying to join the TPA ad hoc New Practitioner Committee. This is a great way to get involved as a new practitioner and be a leader within the profession. Watch for information about applying for this and other committees and leadership opportunities in the fall.
|Download the New Practitioner’s Tool Kit
Information and resources at your fingertips! Learn about the benefits of your membership in the Tennessee Pharmacists Association, how to get involved, how to become a pharmacy leader, what you need to know as a new practitioner, and how to stay connected! Plus, TPA answers your top 10 questions about transitioning from student to pharmacist!
You will need to be logged in to access the New Practitioner’s Tool Kit.
|Get to Know Your Society
As a pharmacist, your TPA membership includes membership in one of the Association’s practice societies. To stay connected with the issues affecting your particular practice focus, learn more about your society and its leadership.