The current pharmacy doctorate curriculum is rigorous. Pharmacists must adopt a mantra of life long learning. There is another educational process four students at Butler University investigated during their final year of school: what do pharmacists learn about themselves and their profession after pharmacy school? In this book, students gave pharmacy leaders in academia, clinical practice, community practice, executive management, and government a simple assignment: write a letter to yourself from present day to yourself at graduation from pharmacy school discussing the major lessons you learned after pharmacy school about yourself and your profession. The project also provided students the opportunity to learn lessons of their own through their project journey in compiling this book.
Student author editors from Butler University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences include: Alisha Broberg, Jennell Colwell, Brad Koselke, and Annah Steckel. Their project mentor at Butler is Dr. Erin Albert