American College of Clinical Pharmacy

About the PRN

The Community-Based Practice and Research Network provides a forum for meeting the unique needs of ACCP members practicing in community settings. Specifically, this PRN aims to advance community-based pharmacy practice by enhancing collaboration and networking, developing high quality educational programming focused on the needs of community-based pharmacists, and supporting community-focused practice-based research.

The Community-Based PRN is composed of pharmacists from a diverse array of community-based settings. These include but are not limited to: community pharmacies (all settings), academic, community-based organizations (e.g. - FQHC), ambulatory care clinics, primary care and specialty provider offices, and specialty pharmacies to name a few.

It was established in 2021 and has grown to be an impactful PRNs. It’s active members currently include pharmacists, resident/fellows, students, and associate members. The PRN maintains an active newsletter and e-mail list of up to date and valuable content for community-based clinicians and trainees.

There is opportunity to get involved in one of our committees (Programming, Communications, Awards/Nominations). If you would like to serve on a committee, please contact our leadership team!