Implementation of a student-initiated Tri-Mentorship Program: A New Platform for Pharmacy Students to Connect with Hospital Practice, Research and Residency

Yu-Chen Lin


In June 2011, the Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services (LMPS) Residency Program (British Columbia) joined hands with the UBC Chapter of Rho Chi Society in launching the first year of Tri-Mentorship Program: Students Meet eXperts (TMP-SMX). It was an initiative spearheaded by two third-year pharmacy students based on their endeavours in seeking opportunities to connect with hospital pharmacy practice.




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