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ASHP Leadership Videos

Lucinda Maine, Paul Pierpaoli and David Zilz are the latest icons of the pharmacy profession to sit across from Sara White and share their career advice and professional experiences. Each hour-long interview has been added to the ASHP Foundation’s video series, “Conversations with Health-System Pharmacy’s Most Influential Leaders.”

The fast pace we experience today plus the requirements for accreditation can present professional challenges. These video interviews were produced to offer all health-system pharmacists insight into how leaders in our professions have successfully met and overcome challenges. We invite you to share these videos with your state affiliate members!

The videos are available in 60-minute versions or two-part 30-minute versions. An MP3 format is also available for downloading to your MP3 player. Visit www.ashpfoundation.org/leadershipvideos to see all of the leadership videos!

Lucinda Maine
[Biography and Bibliography]
General themes of interview: work/lifebalance; professional organizational staff leadership; academic leadership.
View Full Video [60 mins.]

Paul G. Pierpaoli
[Biography and Bibliography]
General themes of interview: academic health center pharmacy leadership; professional organization elected leadership; mentoring and residency training.
View Full Video [60 mins.]

David A. Zilz
[Biography and Bibliography]
General themes of interview: comprehensive pharmacy services integrated with schools of pharmacy programs; leadership roles outside of just pharmacy; strategic thinking.
View Full Video [60 mins.]


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