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* 1. Contact Information

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* 3. Reference #1

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* 4. Reference #2

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* 5. About You:
SCPhA is looking for Junior Board Members who are dependable, respectful and professional. Provide examples on how you have exhibited these characteristics in the past.
(Max. 300 words)

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* 6. About You:
Being a Junior Board Member requires participation in regular meetings and conference calls. You are also expected to complete a year-long project. All this in addition to what is required of you by your college. Explain how you are prepared to handle the responsibilities of both school and the JBM program.
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* 7. About You:
As a Junior Board Member, you will be working with other students, board members, pharmacists, and SCPhA staff members to meet our mission. Provide at least one example of how you have helped a team/group meet a goal or accomplish a task.
(Max. 300 words)

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* 8. About You:
What SCPhA activities have you participated in? If you haven’t participated in any activities yet, please explain how you have shown interest in SCPhA.
(Max. 300 words)

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* 9. The Future of Pharmacy:
What does advocacy mean to you and how can you help SCPhA advocate for the profession of pharmacy?
(Max. 300 words)

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* 10. The Future of Pharmacy
In your professional opinion, what is the greatest issue facing the practice of pharmacy today? What do you think should be done to improve it?
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* 11. Pharmacy Practice Scenarios:
Due to the increase in Meth Labs, there are some in SC that want to make pseudoephedrine a C-2 controlled substance. What impact do you think this would have on the profession of pharmacy? What impact would it have on patients? What impact would it have on the number of meth labs?
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* 12. Pharmacy Practice Scenarios:
You are the pharmacist working on a Sunday afternoon in a small town in South Carolina. A woman with a boy about 8 or 9 years old walks up to the pharmacy counter. The woman is frantic and the boy is in obvious distress. She informs you that while they were out running errands, her son started having an asthma attack. She shows you his rescue inhaler and says he only got one puff out of it before it was empty. She asks if you could fill the rescue inhaler for her son. Neither the mother nor her son are in your computer system. Her regular pharmacy is closed and the nearest ER is over 30 minutes away. What would you do? Justify your answer.
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