Education Session Moderators
Each education session has a volunteer moderator assigned to it. Moderators make housekeeping announcements at the beginning and end of the session, introduce faculty, keep the session on track with scheduled start and end times, facilitate the Q&A period, and ensure that no product endorsements occur during the session. In addition, moderators are provided with a script to follow.
Conference Buddy Program
This popular mentorship program matches student pharmacists or new practitioners with a seasoned managed care pharmacist. It is designed to increase visibility and awareness of managed care pharmacy. These pairings met informally at Annual 2022 to discuss the managed care pharmacy industry, careers pathways, and AMCP resources available to help student pharmacists and new practitioners. Sign-up is within the meeting registration system and due by March 9, 2022, to assure a match. AMCP will notify individuals of their match during the week of March 15.
AMCP Booth Volunteers
Booth volunteers help staff the AMCP Concierge booth. Attendees visiting the booth ask questions about the meeting, membership, and/or AMCP programs and activities. To assist booth volunteers, AMCP staff provide host materials including frequently asked questions (FAQs) before the meeting and onsite in the booth. Volunteer shifts are one hour each. Sign up today and expand your professional network.
AMCP Foundation Best Poster Judge
Poster judges review and score a set of poster abstracts assigned to them prior to the competition. Onsite, the poster judges evaluate a subset of in-person poster presentations, interacting with authors. Based on final scores, the Best Student, Best Resident/Fellow, and Best Graduate Student poster recipients are selected. For more information, please visit AMCP Foundation Best Poster Competition.
AMCP Foundation Poster Mentor
Poster mentors prepared poster presenters to speak about their research by visiting assigned posters, asking questions of the presenters, and providing feedback. Onsite, the poster mentors spent 5–15 minutes with a selection of poster presenters on Oct. 20. Mentors were assigned to poster presentations in the student and resident/fellow non-reviewed categories.