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University of Wisconsin-Madison

NCPA And Community-Based Residency Program Meeting




Come meet with Community-based pharmacists and pharmacy owners! 

Community-Based Pharmacy Practice: Innovative ways to advance patient care services through CPESN

Gain a better understanding about Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Networks (CPESN), and how it’s 3,500+ community pharmacies in 49 local networks throughout the US became pharmacy’s fourth largest single contracting organization. Lindsay Christensen (UW PharmD ’07),  CPESN Network Liaison for the Midwest Region, will provide insight as to how pharmacy owners and their staff can improve the quality of patient care, add revenue-generating services, and accelerate sustainable business growth through CPESN on a national and region level. Michelle Farrell (PharmD ’00) and CPESN’s Most Valuable Pharmacist in 2022, will bring her knowledge of how CPESN has provided Wisconsin’s community pharmacies with innovative resources to market opportunities and generate growth beyond the reach of a single pharmacy.

Free Pizza! 

Current students, PrePharm and Early Assurance  are encouraged to attend! 

This event will be held in person  in room 1105 of Rennebohm Hall and also via Zoom.  Email Julie Ethridge, ELP Program Coordinator, at or Taylor Redfern, NCPA President, at with questions.  

Please register in advance whether you plan to attend in person or via Zoom.
Registration link:

Wednesday, March 13, 2024
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

1105 Rennebohm Hall

Madison, WI 53705

This event is brought to you by: Experiential Education