Student Chapter Simplify My Meds Challenge Report
The Simplify My Meds Challenge is designed to encourage student chapters to engage with local independent pharmacies to further understand the value and importance of adherence, and the vital part a medication synchronization program plays in helping patients stay adherent to their medication regimens.

Evaluation of chapter activities is based upon the criteria of education, implementation, post-event engagement and creativity and innovation. Please refer to the Simplify My Meds Challenge grading rubric for specifics on the criteria listed. The Simplify My Meds Challenge grading rubric can be found at

Supplemental materials such as pictures, flyers, presentation slide decks and etc. may be emailed to You are encouraged to upload photos to the NCPA Student Network group page on Facebook. These materials will only be used for grading purposes in the chance of a tie. Additionally, these materials may be used to highlight innovative and progressive projects in America's Pharmacist, the NCPA student website, or in the NCPA monthly student e-Newsletter. Photos submitted in .jpg format are encouraged.

Final reports should be sent electronically to by June 5. Please be as accurate as possible and answer all questions with honesty and integrity. Challenge Reports must be email time stamped by 11:59 PM Eastern on June 5. The chapter winner will receive $250 for the NCPA student chapter, which will be presented at the NCPA Foundation Awards Ceremony at the NCPA Annual Convention.

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