A Script Your Future program, with AACP, NACDS Foundation, AMA, NCPA, AACN, APhA
We are now in the final week of the 2017 Challenge and we couldn't be more excited about the great outreach you have done over the last two months. We know this is a busy time of year and we appreciate your work and enthusiasm. As you prepare for the end of the challenge on this Friday March 17th, continue to keep up your efforts to promote medication adherence!
Quick Snapshot of Challenge Activities
This year's teams have done amazing work. Thank you all for being on the ground and interacting with patients. Here is a little bit of what we have seen:
- Translating SYF materials into several new languages
- A Proclamation from the governor promoting adherence
- Involving local community leaders as spokespersons
- A Radio Blog Talk Series
- Special Valentine’s Day activities
- Health fairs and brown bag counseling events
- Promoting adherence on the local news
Teams have also taken to social media to promote the Challenge and their efforts during January and February.
Announcing Award Prizes
As you conduct your final activities, we are pleased to announce the Challenge Award Prize Amounts. With the help of our generous Challenge sponsors, we are awarding the following prizes to the winning teams, which are to be applied towards future patient engagement activities.
National Team Awards and Rookie Team Award: Each of the three winning teams will be awarded $1,000!
Focused Activity Awards: Each of the three winning teams will be awarded $650!
We can’t wait to see the final reports of all your activities. Don't forget your applications are due Thursday, March 30th! As you prepare your applications for submission, follow the requirements listed in the Application and Grading Criteria document on the Community website. Also, pay particularly close attention to the activity log requirements and be sure to include data for the recommended metrics. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep up the great work!