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Chapters 6-14 concentrate on a variety of topics including making the transition from leadership to advocacy, lessons learned to influence federal and state legislation and regulation, effective lobbying and grassroots advocacy, and developing a public relations plan. Pharmacists involved as volunteer leaders in state or national professional associations will find practical advice and instruction in the sections on influencing legislators, effective lobbying, grassroots advocacy, and public relations planning.
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