Join MPhA Speaker of the House Tony Olson, Vice Speaker Alison Knutson, and Parliamentarian Terry Hietpas and the MPhA leadership for an Open Forum Webinar on Wednesday, May 16 between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Central Time during MPhA’s Virtual Coffee Break. We welcome both MPhA members and non-members for this webinar. The purpose is to walk you through the policy agenda for the MPhA Leadership Summit and House of Delegates meeting on May 31 and get your input and answer your questions on MPhA policy.
Speaker Olson and Vice Speaker Knutson will review the order of business at the House of Delegates — including MPhA committee recommendations. We will also review the work of MPhA’s various committees. If you have ideas for new business items (which must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance of the House of Delegates meeting), this is an excellent time to raise them and see if MPhA has a current policy.
Have your voice heard and let MPhA know what is on your mind by participating in this Open Forum Webinar. There is no fee to participate — but you do need to RSVP so we may set up the webinar and send you dial-in information.
Anthony Olson is pursuing a PhD in Social & Administrative Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota – College of Pharmacy, where he also earned a PharmD in 2015. He currently serves as the Postgraduate Officer in the American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Pharmaceutical Research & Science and Speaker of the House of Delegates for the Minnesota Pharmacists Association.
Alison Knutson received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the University of Minnesota-College of Pharmacy in May 2010. She completed the two-year University of Minnesota Pharmaceutical Care Leadership Residency, then In October 2012, Alison became Board Certified in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy.
Alison is currently an MTM pharmacist providing medication management at Park Nicollet Creekside Clinic in St. Louis Park, MN. She enjoys working as part of the health care team, providing medication expertise and acting as a resource to limit the burden of medications on a patient’s life. As a faculty at the Park Nicollet Creekside Clinic Family Medicine Residency, She also provides pharmacotherapy education of family medicine residents.