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The Pharmacy Residency Podcast, with your host, Tony Guerra, has interviews and advice on building your professional brand, network, and a purposeful second income. Interested in being a guest on a show about pharmacy residency? Email me at aaguerra@dmacc.edu The Pharmacy Residency Podcast is part of the Pharmacy Podcast Network.
 
Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
The Ankeny Podcast highlights the people, places, and events in and of interest to those that live and workout in and around Ankeny, Iowa. I'm Tony Guerra, your host, an Ankeny author and pharmacist, who has lived and worked in Ankeny for almost a decade. In this podcast, we'll meet the people that make Ankeny one of the best places to live and work out in the country. Get in touch with me at aaguerra@dmacc.edu or on Facebook at tonypharmd1
 
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On this edition of Gridiron Gallery. The Spring League, an elite professional football development league, is making plenty of noise in the football community and is poised to break out into the spotlight when the competition kicks off Tuesday, October 27th on FOX Sports 1! Zach dives into plenty of aspects of the league including its origins, busi…
 
The Opera's alive with the sound of music! It's time to dive into the serialized story-slash-novel that spawned one of the most successful musicals of all time. (The one by Andrew Lloyd Webber, maybe you've heard of it?) It's pretty different, it seems? For more on voting in the 2020 election here in the United States, head to votesaveamerica.com. …
 
When choosing rotations, you want to make sure to get experience in clinical, teaching, research, service, and leadership. A virtual academic teaching rotation allows you to get the experience you need wherever you live. Need help with your letter of intent, contact me at tonythepharmacist@gmail.com or visit the free previews here: https://residenc…
 
On this edition of Gridiron Gallery, Zach, Tony, and Grimberg have a lot to unpack from recent news affecting their teams from the firings of Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff in Atlanta to Dak Prescott's season-ending (and gruesome) broken ankle in Dallas. The trio also discusses where Le'Veon Bell could land (that is before the news broke of him sig…
 
This week we choose to travel to Mother Russia to make jingoistic jokes and hang out with Rasputin, every 90s kid's favorite historical figure! Not sure what's going on with the voices in this one. For more on voting in the 2020 election here in the United States, head to votesaveamerica.com. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
On this edition of Gridiron Gallery, the XFL finally sets a date for the highly anticipated relaunch of the league as ownership decided to play it safe and wait for 2022. Zach dives into the aspects of what he believes is the right call. Zach also discusses the newly announced names of the IFL and NAL expansion teams and discusses the new and excit…
 
Welcome to Spooktober 2020! What's scarier than a story about a teenage girl who falls in with a family of vampires? 160 more pages than the original story and it's all from the sad vampire boy's perspective! Meyer's companion novel to the original Twilight reminds us what we did and didn't like about the series, as well as fleshes out a bit of the…
 
On this edition of Gridiron Gallery. Michael needs some time to vent after the latest collapse from his beloved Atlanta Falcons. The trio also deliver their recaps of their favorite teams, talk about which coaches (not named Dan Quinn) are on the hot seat, discuss their favorite upcoming Week 4 matchups, and much more! You don't want to miss this e…
 
This week we answer the question on everyone's minds: why, the last man? This mid-2000s graphic novel imagines a world without men, a specific kind of apocalypse with a different flavor from The Leftovers or other "what if X suddenly disappeared from Earth forever" fiction. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
How do you gain peace of mind regarding student loans and other aspects of your residency and career future. By working with an expert whether it's Letters of Intent with me or Student Loans with https://www.studentloanplanner.com/ peace of mind comes from knowing your team is the very best. Listen on.…
 
On this edition of Gridiron Gallery, Zach dives into the world of sports video game titles with a guest that has taken the community by storm in recent years. Dave Winter, co-founder of the video game studio Canuck Play and the creator of the Maximum Football franchise, joins the show to discuss his career in the sports video game landscape. Zach a…
 
Breaking news out of ASHP who drastically cut rates to this year's Midyear meeting, real big implications for both future residents and residency programs making this possibly the biggest yet. Need help with your LOI, go to https://residency.teachable.com/p/extremeloiBy Tony Guerra
 
7,000 pharmacy students are coming from colleges in the bottom half of the residency match rate metric, but you've put in 150 or 200 thousand dollars and want to be competitive for a residency. What do you do if your school couldn't do it for you? In this episode, I talk about becoming residency competitive even if you're classmates didn't push you…
 
Michael Chabon's 2007 alternate history novel is a murder mystery featuring a hard-boiled detective, though neither the detective nor the murder mystery are the most memorable parts of it. The alternate history part, along with Chabon's prose, are enough to make up for whatever other shortcomings the novel might have. Our theme music was composed b…
 
Pharmacy Schools are down around another 20 percent over last year's admissions, but don't expect to see school closings. They are doing an excellent job diversifying their programs. In this episode, I talk about how this might affect future residents. Need help with your Letter of Intent, contact me at residencyhelp.com or https://residency.teacha…
 
On this edition of Gridiron Gallery, Zach invites former St. Louis Battlehawk kick returner and DB Joe Powell on to the show to discuss his journey through football! The two talk about his rise from junior college to the big leagues and the stories of what made it possible along the way. Joe also discusses his decision to opt-in for the 2021 CFL se…
 
On this episode of Gridiron Gallery, former Columbus Destroyer wide receiver and Arena Football League Rookie of the Year, Fabian Guerra, joins the show to discuss his football career and the stories along the journey! Fabian also divulges into his time on the Memphis Express in the AAF, explains his decision to opt-out of the CFL, and talks with Z…
 
We just couldn't resist another trip to Panem! This origin story for the trilogy's primary villain, Coriolanus Snow, takes us all the way back to the 10th Annual Hunger Games. Things are a little less flashy, but no less deadly. Struggle along with us through the hunger, through the games, and through the limits of fiction told through the antagoni…
 
While retail is clearly a place that pharmacists are reducing their numbers, where are the opportunities for pharmacists trained in clinical and non-clinical work? The one place you can look is the BLS employment matrix for pharmacists, however, one place the BLS does NOT project significant pharmacist increase is physician's offices. Need help wit…
 
I wanted to talk a little bit about public health and getting that second degree. I think people misinterpret that second degree is just a number of classes that kind of overlap and just kind of an additional credential, but I've got Rachel Whitesitt on who was a P4 at the University of Iowa and she's actually using it as an expansion of whom she c…
 
Welcome to the pharmacy residency podcast on the pharmacy podcast network. I have Rachel Whitesitt on with me and she is a P4 at the University of Iowa in her fifth week of this academic rotation. And what we want to do is talk to her a bit about her journey, but also she's had the time to get two degrees as she's going through here. And, maybe som…
 
The Indoor Football League and National Arena League have had plenty of updates related to expansion and plans for the 2021 season. Zach is joined by AFL Fan Zone and XFL Fan Zone site runner Scott Birk dive into how likely either league is to succeed, how the world arena/indoor football became fragmented, why these leagues are not truly Arena Foot…
 
Bombshell news about the Big Ten and PAC-12 postponing their fall football season has rippled across the football landscape. On this edition of Gridiron Gallery, Zach and Tony dive into the fan reaction of a fall with no Big Ten football presence, the viability of colleges playing in the spring, and the likelihood of the XFL taking advantage of the…
 
Lauren Oliver's first novel is about a teenage girl forced to relive the last day of her life over and over again. What can she change? What should she change? And how will she change? Find out the answers to those questions and more (namely, how all time loop fiction is beholden to the 1993 film Groundhog Day) in this week's episode. Our theme mus…
 
Our 50th episode is one that can only leave an ecstatic smile on the faces of XFL fans everywhere! the league was purchased and revived once more! In this episode, Zach dives into what could be in store for the newly named XFL ownership of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Dany Garcia, and Redbird Capital. Zach also discusses what would be needed for a po…
 
After a short time off, the trio is back in action! Zach, Tony, and Michael "Grimbo" Grimberg bring you updates on their favorite teams, discuss the NFL's response to COVID-19, and debate on whether players can be trusted to follow guidelines. They also discuss the impact of the Jamal Adams trade and look and respond to the newly released NFL Top 1…
 
ASHP MidYear and the Showcase are going virtual, what does this mean? What skills do you need to develop? Should you have someone else with you or should you do the chat yourself? Lots of questions answered on this episode of the pharmacy residency podcast. https://www.residencyhelp.com/By Tony Guerra
 
Everything happens for a reason in James McBride's new novel. It's September of 1969 and a doddering Brooklyn deacon just shot the neighborhood's top drug dealer. The events set in motion touch every member of the community - from its 102-year-old founder to the fire ants in the boiler room - and help them build a future as the world changes around…
 
Do you feel underappreciated? It's a lot more than hurt feelings and there's a lot you can do about it. Often, humility gets in the way of making sure you get the recommendation at the level that you should. There is a professional way to make sure your direct supervisor knows how hard you are working and what work you are doing. https://www.reside…
 
On this edition of Gridiron Gallery, the NFL preseason has been axed after pressure from the NFLPA, and this is a good thing. Zach goes into why this helps to ensure a chance at a successful start to the 2020 season. Zach also dives into the ongoing Civil War with the communities of the indoor football world as the IFL and NAL maybe even more at od…
 
Can our podcast truly capture the depth of a renowned Brazilian novelist's final work? This question mirrors one asked by the narrator of The Hour of the Star, whose attempts to portray a young woman's pitiable existence are hindered by his fears that he will never do her story justice. Also, Craig talks into a sock. Our theme music was composed by…
 
Zach's finally back to football discussion with his long-awaited analysis of the XFL sales process! He'll tell you why the XFL will return at the right time, and that it is highly likely that the league plays once more. Zach also delivers his thoughts and remarks on the sexual harassment allegations within Washington DC's NFL franchise.…
 
Filling in gaps is critical for getting a residency or position this year, if you need help with the teaching component, I can help, email me at tonythepharmacist@gmail.com but I talk about how to tell if you really need to make sure all five boxes: clinical, teaching, research, service and leadership are filled in before or after graduation.…
 
The Games may have ended, but we're still hungry! We travel back to Panem for the close of Collins' trilogy about Katniss, Peeta, and revolution. It's time to talk (a)political messages, rickety love triangles, the limits of a hero's POV. If you aren't caught up on our Hunger Games journey, go give Episode 400 or Episode 410 a listen! Our theme mus…
 
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