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Education

KCHP offers numerous educational opportunities each year, via an Annual Meeting filled with networking and CE opportunities, as well as regular District dinner meetings with a CE presentation and member discussion. Several members have also presented educational posters at our Annual Meeting. Check out our educational posters here.

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Inspiration

KCHP is filled with great leaders of pharmacy. In this section, view acceptance speeches from the best of the best. They are sometimes funny, often very educational, and always inspirational. Our members strive to have the best pharmacy careers they can, and this section will explain why.

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Membership

Becoming a part of the KCHP team is as simple as filling out your application online. Our team is always looking for outgoing members who want to make a difference in the health care industry. Learn about our membership categories, member benefits and fill out your membership application here.

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Ask Your Members of Congress to Support the Pharmacy and Medically Underserved Areas Enhancement Act (H.R. 592/S. 314)

As a pharmacist and a constituent, you have tremendous influence with your members of Congress. And as ASHP and the profession work to build support for the legislation, it is more important than ever for you to reach out to your elected officials so that they understand how provider recognition will improve patient care for some of our nation’s most vulnerable patients.
Here’s what you can do:

Contact your representative and ask them to co-sponsor the legislation. Personalize the provided email with examples from your practice that demonstrate your critical role on the health care team.
Make an appointment to meet with your House member while he or she is back home during a recess or district work period. Use this opportunity to go into more detail about your work with patients.
Ask colleagues at your practice site to join you. Every voice counts!

Please take the time to send a letter to your legislative representative to support provider status. Just click HERE to get your letter composed and sent.

Everyone counts!