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Personality Quiz: Which Pharmacy Career is the Best Fit for You?

  • 1.  Personality Quiz: Which Pharmacy Career is the Best Fit for You?

    Posted 04-12-2019 14:30

    AACP is excited to announce a fun and interactive way for prospective students to explore the vast career pathways within pharmacy; a Buzzfeed-style personality quiz on the Pharmacy Is Right for Me (Pharm4Me) website!  The Which Pharmacy Career is the Best Fit for You quiz highlights 15 different pharmacy career specialties as well as showcases profiles of practicing pharmacists.  While not a scientifically-validated survey, we believe the quiz will be entertaining and expand students' understanding and appreciation for the exciting career opportunities in the profession.  

    We hope that you will share this information with your prospective students groups as well as promote on your social media outlets. 

    Direct links to the quiz, career specialties, and pharmacists bios can be found below:

    The Pharmacist Bios section will continue to evolve over time. We are still seeking young and diverse pharmacists to highlight in the following practice areas: community, compounding, emergency medicine, poison control, nuclear, and veterinary pharmacy. Please connect us with your graduates or clinical faculty in these areas! 

    If you have ideas for other innovative ways to promote pharmacy education and careers feel free to share them with us at pharm4me@aacp.org.



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    Rosie Walker
    Director of Recruitment and Diversity
    American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
    Arlington VA
    703-739-2330
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  • 2.  RE: Personality Quiz: Which Pharmacy Career is the Best Fit for You?

    Posted 10 days ago
    Besides the fact we need a recruitment coordinator to help me (us) maximize our use of things like this, what are your thoughts on sharing this? Lee Ann have you/will you share on social media? Cynthia, have you/will you share with pre-pharm students and advisors? Once we get contact card information sorted out, this is something we can plan to disseminate to our contacts.