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2011-2012 Annual Reports


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OSHP Board of Directors' Reports 2011 - 2012

 




The Mission of OSHP is to advance and support the professional practice of pharmacy in health systems by:

1. Promoting the value of pharmacists as integral members of patient-centered healthcare teams.

2. Advocating the advancement of pharmacy practice through legislation and regulation.

3. Identifying and mentoring current and future leaders within health-care pharmacy.

4. Delivering unique and innovative programs and sharing best practices for pharmacists, students, and technicians.

 


 

Office of President

 

It has been my honor to serve as your 2011-2012 OSHP President. It has been a busy and exciting year! I’m very proud of the things that the Society has achieved. Some of these accomplishments are summarized below:

 

  • In the fall, we held two very successful membership mixers in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa and recruited several new pharmacists and students to join.
  • On November 19th, we participated in a community service project – St. Jude Give Thanks Walk, which was held in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Volunteers passed out water bottles and also walked in the 5K event. OSHP raised over $900 to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
  • Since OSHP hasn’t had any new t-shirts in over 8 years, the Board decided to sponsor a friendly competition between the two student chapters to design our new t-shirt. The winning design was submitted by the SWOSU chapter. The first bulk order has already been placed, but future orders will occur soon. You can show your OSHP pride by purchasing our new t-shirts. Profits made from the sale of these shirts go to support student scholarships.
  • Recognizing a need to strengthen our services for new practitioners and students, OSHP started a new mentor program this year. I’m excited to report that 6 mentor-mentee matches were made. Thanks to all who volunteered! I anticipate this program will continue to grow and expand in the future.
  • OSHP has continued to build relationships with other pharmacy organizations. OSHP again partnered with OPhA and both colleges of pharmacy to host the second annual Pharmacy Health Fair during Legislative Day on February 21st. Over 50 legislators and their staff were screened at this successful event. Additionally, we invited members of OPhA and the OK chapter of ASCP to attend our Annual Meeting.
  • Our Program Committee provided two excellent programs for the Society. Much time and hard work go into creating the quality programming that we have had. A special thank you to the Program Committee Chairs, Matthew Bird and Debbie Poland, as well as their committee members. Additionally, our Vendor Showcase Chair, Lisa Mayer, recruited a record number of vendors at our Fall Meeting – 34!
  • In an effort to reach out to our directors of pharmacy throughout Oklahoma, we hosted a roundtable discussion for them during one of our breakout sessions at the Annual Meeting.  
  • The OSHP Bylaws Committee has diligently worked over these past few months to revise the bylaws, policies, and guidelines. This has been a very long and meticulous process, and I sincerely thank Susan Conway for leading this effort. The proposed changes are submitted for membership approval at this Annual Meeting and will then go out later for a membership ballot vote.
  • Behind the scenes, we started a new policy whereby board members and committee chairs complete a yearly conflict of interest form. Additionally, to protect our Society and its officers, we purchased group liability officers insurance through ASHP. These are both “firsts” for us that the Board decided was necessary as our organization continues to grow.

 

I want to thank you all for your support during the past year. I thoroughly enjoyed serving as your OSHP President and getting to meet so many of you. My sincere thanks to this year’s Board of Directors (Chelsea Church, Peter Johnson, Ann Lloyd, Mark Mills, Edna Patatanian, and Teresa Truong), committee chairs and members, and our staff secretary, Shirley Dunn. I could not have done it without you all! I hope our members will continue to get involved with this wonderful organization and make a difference in the practice of health-system pharmacy across Oklahoma. I will remain on the Board for another year and look forward to the amazing things that are to come for OSHP. Thanks for the opportunity to serve!

 

 

Nancy Toedter Williams, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCNSP, FASHP

President, 2011-2012

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Office of President-Elect

 

It has been my honor to serve as the 2011-2012 OSHP President-Elect. This year has been a year of learning for me. I have had the opportunity to work with not only the Board of Directors (BOD) but many of the outstanding members of this organization. Since OSHP is truly a volunteer organization, we would not be able to do all that we do without the dedication and support of those who serve on the BOD, as well as those who serve as committee chairs/co-chairs and committee members.

 

The BOD and committee chairs met in July 2011 for a strategic planning retreat to establish goals for the year. During this retreat, we defined six major areas of focus for OSHP for the year: expanding the OSHP website, enhancing social media use, partnering with other state pharmacy organizations, increasing involvement of directors of pharmacy, increasing student activities and advocacy, and improving new practitioner services. I would like to continue working to expand and improve our services in these areas. We will again plan to start our year with a strategic planning retreat this summer to further refine the goals and opportunities for 2012-2013.

 

At the national level, I had the opportunity to attend several events which allowed me to learn more about our organization and network with other state leaders. In November, I attended the ASHP State Affiliate Presidential Officer Retreat in Dallas. This small group setting allowed me to learn about successes and opportunities for expansion from other chapters. At the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in New Orleans, I attended the State Affiliate Leaders Conference and accompanied President Williams to the President’s Dinner.

 

Oklahoma Pharmacy Legislative Day was February, 21, 2012. Once again this was a successful event and a wonderful opportunity to work with OPhA and both colleges of pharmacy. I hope to continue our involvement with this since it aligns nicely with our focus on partnering with other organizations in the state.

 

President Williams started two new programs this year that I hope to continue. The first is the mentoring program. I would like to see this program expand to those newly in leadership or management positions. The second program is the community service activity. We had a wonderful response from our membership and had a lot of fun supporting a great cause.

 

I am excited and energized about my upcoming year as President. I hope to see our membership grow in numbers and in involvement. I am confident that OSHP members will see 2012-2013 as their year to embrace our mission of Leading, Advocating, Educating, and Developing for Oklahoma Health-Systems Pharmacists. Thank you for this opportunity to serve you!

 

Ann Lloyd, Pharm.D., BCPS

2011-2012 President-Elect

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Office of Immediate-Past President

 

It has been a pleasure to serve on the Board of Directors for the last 3 years. During this time, OSHP has accomplished and been a part of many activities. The Strategic Planning Retreat during the summer of 2011 helped us develop a plan of action for the next 3 to 5 years. And I can proudly say that during that time, we made great strides and accomplished a significant amount of the goals set during the retreat. The OSHP tagline, LEAD, perfectly describes what the organization is all about. A main focus of my tenure on the Board was spent on the “A” (advocating). Last year, we joined forces with OPhA to host the Oklahoma Pharmacy Wellness Fair at the state capitol during Legislative Day. It was a success and we were fortunate enough to host a 2nd fair last month. The hours and services provided were extended and again, it was a huge success.

 

OSHP has also had an active voice in the promotion of AOkPharm. This has allowed us the opportunity to promote the practice of pharmacy in Oklahoma. There has been more open communication with other pharmacy organizations in the state and a true sense of comradery. Collaborative Medication Therapy Management is still a goal we have been actively pursuing through advocation and education.

 

I would like to express my thanks to the Board members who have served with me. Thanks for all who have volunteered with OSHP and served on committees. Thank you to our membership for the opportunity to serve you. It has truly been an honor.

 

I look forward to the future of OSHP and am committed to staying active in maintaining our momentum and increasing our service to the membership, our health-systems, and our profession.

 

 

Chelsea Church, Pharm.D., BCPS

Immediate Past-President

2011-2012

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Office of Secretary

 

OSHP held nine (9) Board Meetings and a Strategic Planning Retreat during 2011-2012 term. Board meetings were held at the University of Oklahoma, College of Pharmacy where video conferencing technology allowed members to attend the meetings on either the Oklahoma City or Tulsa Campus. This site and the technology allowed flexibility and reduced commute time for the Board members, committee chairs, and guests. The December 2011 Board meeting was held in Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Board members present attended the Eastern District meeting.

 

Database reports have documented the following trends in the Society membership:

2011 2010 2009

Eastern District Members: 121 97 71

Western District Members: 190 168 168

Total members*: 311 266 239

 

*Total members include Honorary, Associate, and Out of State members.

 

The membership database remains updated throughout the year and updated reports are regularly being provided to the Board and posted on the OSHP website. E-mails and website postings continue to be the primary method of communication within the Society. We are pleased to report that approximately 96% of our membership has provided the Society with their e-mail address. We encourage all members to provide us with a current e-mail address to facilitate communication and keep membership updated on current issues and available programs.

 

Another great online source for the Society is the OSHP webpage (http://www.oshp.net). The website continues to evolve into an indispensable tool for OSHP, thanks to Ben Welch for keeping the website updated.

 

Special thanks to the members of the Board and to our staff secretary, Shirley Dunn, for assisting me in my duties this past two years. It has been a pleasure to work with such a dedicated and talented group of individuals. As my term comes to a close, I would like to thank the members of OSHP for allowing me this opportunity to serve as Secretary.

 

Edna Patatanian

OSHP Secretary

2010-2012

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Office of Treasurer

 

Over the last year, I have been learning the “ropes” as the OSHP Treasurer. It definitely has been a learning curve. I am indebted to Dr. Emily Borders and the BOD for their patience, assistance, and guidance to me during this time of transition. I have learned our bookkeeping system, performed the necessary duties including paying bills, and provided reports to the Board of Directors (BOD) on a routine basis. I have also worked with Dr. Borders and our accountant FD, Thompson & Co., to perform our bi-annual audit of the Society’s financial statement for the years ending December 31, 2009 and December 31, 2010. All of these things have at times been challenging, but I have enjoyed this opportunity to serve the members as well OSHP.

 

Our organization continues to not only survive but has in many ways thrived during the continued financial difficulties that face non-profit organizations like OSHP. Traditionally, the primary revenue sources for OSHP have come from pharmaceutical industry support for our Annual and Fall meetings, the Annual/Fall meeting registration, and membership dues. According to the OSHP Bylaws, a targeted two-thirds of our revenue should be generated through our state-wide meetings. Educational grants from industry are extremely hard to come by these days. Our Programming Committee has continued to submit educational grants. I am happy to report that we received 1 educational grant for our Annual Meeting in 2011. In July 2011, the BOD requested that the Programming Committee identify sources for alternative funding for our state-wide meetings and continue to find ways to decrease costs while maintaining excellent programming. The Programming Committee led by Drs. Matthew Bird and Debbie Poland worked with our Vendor Showcase Chair, Dr. Lisa Mayer to identify funding sources for the 2011 Fall Meeting. I am happy to report that their efforts were extremely successful. We had a record number of vendors at our 2011 Fall Meeting, 34 to be exact. This was all in addition to the wonderful programming put together by the committee.

 

With the efforts from the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 Programming Committee Chairs Drs. Miki Finnin, Bird, and Poland, the Programming Committee, and Vendor Showcase Chairs, OSHP has been able to meet the revenue goal with $8,000 from our 2011 Annual Meeting and $14,000 from our 2011 Fall Meeting. Through these efforts, OSHP has continued to be able to provide the charitable donations to both the OU and SWOSU student chapters and the ASHP Foundation. The income, expenses, and net revenue for each of the meetings are listed below:

 

 

OSHP Meeting

Total Income

Total Expenses

Net Revenue

2011 Annual Meeting

$16,950.00

$8,786.00

$8,164.00

2011 Fall Meeting

$21,700.00

$6,917.00

$14,783.00

 

 

 

As of March 1, 2012, the total current assets are as follows:

 

Account

Balance

Bank of Oklahoma checking account (interest-bearing)

$111,410.18

PayPal

$20,467.50

American Heritage CD

$38,562.04

Bank of Oklahoma CD

$58,031.49

Total Current Assets

$228,471.21

 

In summary, I am pleased to report that our organization continues to be very fiscally sound. On behalf of the BOD, thanks for your continuing support. At any times, if you have specific questions about our financial statements, please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

Pete N. Johnson, Pharm.D., BCPS

OSHP Treasurer

2011-2013

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Eastern District

 

 

Date

Topic

Presenter

Sponsor

CE

January

Managing Quality Improvement: Business Implications for a Health Care System

Marin Koellef, MD

Merck

1 hour (OK)

February

Improving Gastrointestinal Recovery for Bowel Resection Surgery with Primary Anastomosis

Rodney Clingan, MD and David Walker, PharmD

GlaxoSmithKline

1 hour (OK)

March

Pharmacy Practice Models

Darin Smith, PharmD

Pharmacy OneSource

1 hour (OK)

May

Parkinson's Disease Update

Walter Lajara-Nanson, MD

Teva

1 hour (OK)

June

Anticoagulation Update

Bryan Poon, PharmD

Boehringer-Ingelheim

1 hour (OK)

July

Strategies to Help Prevent Pneumococcal Disease

Carrie Foust Koenigsfeld, PharmD

Merck

1 hour (OK)

August

What's at Risk?: A critical update on the management of complicated skin and skin structure infections due to MRSA

David Chansolme, MD

Astellas

Pending

September

Considerations for darbepoetin alfa Use In Hospitals Nephrology and Oncology Perspectives

 

Bruce Mueller, PharmD

Amgen

Pending

November

Improving Health Care Decisions: An Introduction to Pharmacoeconomics

Michael Dickson, BPharm, PhD

Janssen Biotech

Pending

December

Denosumab Clinical Overview

Heather Rottjakob, PharmD

Amgen

Pending

 

 

 

In 2011, the Eastern District members gathered ten times to take part in continuing education and networking meetings. The Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy has approved six of these meetings for one hour each of continuing education credit while the other four meetings are pending approval.

 

Despite the fact that the Eastern District has historically been smaller than the Western District, we have had great participation this year. The total attendance of all ten meetings was 357 with an average attendance of 36 at each meeting compared to last year’s total attendance of 306 and average attendance of 31. Even as the number of pharmacist attendees has grown, the number of pharmacy students and pharmacy technicians attending the meetings has also increased. I am very proud of our growth!

 

Of course, I would be remised if I did not thank all of our industry sponsors. We would not be able to cover the breadth of topics and meeting venues without their continued, generous support.

 

This is the end of my term as Eastern District Chair. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the dedicated members of the Eastern District and the Board for their attendance, assistance, and most of all encouragement. It has been a very rewarding experience for me to direct the district meetings and serve on the OSHP Board of Directors. I hope to see each of you at upcoming meetings.

 

Mark D. Mills, Pharm.D., BCPS

OSHP Eastern District Chair, 2010-2012

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Western District Chair Report

   

 

Date

Topic

Speaker

Sponsor

Credit

January 18, 2011

o    RSVP: 39

o    Attendees: 37

 

Parkinson’s Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

Wayne Wasemiller, MD

Teva Neuroscience

1 hr(OK)

Approved

February 24, 2011

o    RSVP: n/a

o    Attendees: n/a

 

A Therapeutic Option for Patients with Asthma

Dennis Parker, MD

Merck

Kathleen Sumpter

1 hr(OK)

Approved

March 22, 2011

o    RSVP: n/a

o    Attendees: 31

 

Ofirmev: A Non-Opioid, Non-NSAID for Perioperative Pain

Todd Swenning, MD

Cadence

1 hr(OK)

Approved

April 2011

NO MEETING – annual meeting

 

May 12, 2011

o    RSVP: 41

o    Attendees: 39

Accelerating GI Recovery for Bowel Resection Surgeries with Primary Anastomosis

David Walker, PHRD

GlaxoSmithKline

Kevin Akin

1 hr(OK)

Approved

June 2011

NO MEETING – summer break

 

July 28, 2011

o    RSVP: 48

o    Attendees: 39

 

Doribax: Clinical Experience

Christine Teague, PharmD, MPH

Janssen

Brent Karnig,

Michelle Mason

1 hr(OK)

Approved

August 25, 2011

o    RSVP: 40

o    Attendees: 31

 

Atrial Fibrillation Guidelines Update

Kimi Vesta, PharmD, BCPS

Sanofi-Aventis

Kimi Vesta

1 hr(OK)

Approved

September 29,2011

o    RSVP: 46

o    Attendees: 43

A Multimodal Approach to Acute Pain Management: Role of IV NSAIDS

Anita Hays, RN, MPH

Cumberland

Tori Perry

1 hr(OK)

Approved

October 2011

NO MEETING – fall meeting

November 17,2011

o    RSVP: 64

o    Attendees: 63

Xarelto: A Novel Anticoagulant

Branislav Schifferdecker, MD

Janssen

Brent Karnig, Michelle Mason, Jason Flanary

 

 

 

1 hr(OK)

Approved

December 15,2011

o    RSVP: 36

o    Attendees: 30

DIFICID-An Introduction to a New FDA-Approved Therapy / CUBICIN-Use in Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia Including Right-Sided Infective Endocarditis and complicated Skin Infections.

Heather Bell, MD

Cubist

Eric Leonard

1 hr(OK)

Pending

 

In 2011, the OSHP Western District (WD) held nine meetings, eight of which have been approved, thus far, by the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy for 1.0 hour of Oklahoma continuing education credit.

 

I would like to encourage Western District members to email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if they have a potential topic/sponsor for a future Western District meeting. I am currently planning meetings for Fall 2012 and would appreciate any input. For Spring 2012, meetings have been secured for the month of February, March, May, and June. Please check emails for details on these upcoming meetings.

 

I would also like to ask all Western District members to indicate whether they need a Certificate of Attendance at the same time they RSVP for the WD meetings. If needed, I will email it to those individuals after the meeting. This will become the new method of obtaining a certificate. This will assist in minimizing paper wastage. Feel free to email me with questions and/or concerns regarding this new method.

 

Last, but not least, I want to thank our dedicated members for their continued attendance and support at the WD meetings. Since taking over as Western District Chair in May 2011, it has been a joy meeting and getting to know many of the members! I believe 2012 will continue to be a success, and I hope to meet even more of you in the district over the next twelve months.

 

Teresa Truong, PharmD, BCPS, CDE

OSHP Western District Chair, 2011-2013

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COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

Programming Committee

2011-2012 Program Committee Annual Report

 

The Program Committee is proud to report on a very productive year, and the committee chairs would like to extend a big THANK YOU to the committee volunteers, Mark Mills, and Ann Lloyd for their hard work and endurance in planning both the 2011 Fall Meeting and the 2012 Annual Meeting. Between these two meetings, the committee has developed 12 hours of continuing education (CE) programming for pharmacists and 3.5 hours of CE for technicians. For both meetings, American Council of Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE) accreditation was provided in cooperation with the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy, Office of Continuing Professional Development. OSHP was also blessed this year with educational support from the national organization, ASHP Advantage for the Annual 2012 meeting to present a topic of interest to our members.

 

Our Committee’s charge was to arrange the program, select meeting sites, solicit papers and prepare suitable subjects for discussion at regular meetings of the OSHP, arrange qualified and engaging speakers, and obtain funding to support meeting expenses.

 

2011 Fall Meeting Summary

 

The 2011 OSHP Fall Meeting was held Friday, October 28, 2011, at the Gordon K. Jimerson, MD Auditorium in the Education Center at Norman Regional Hospital. A vendor showcase was held during the morning break and during lunch featuring 34 vendors at 500 dollars a piece with a total of 17,000 dollars.

 

A Residency Showcase followed the meeting, highlighting programs from across Oklahoma including the Chickasaw Nation Division of Health, INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, Norman Regional Health System, Oklahoma City VA Medical Center, Saint Francis Hospital, Saint John Medical Center, The University of Oklahoma, USA Drug, and W.W. Hastings Indian Hospital.

 

Fall Meeting attendees were eligible for up to 6 ACPE-accredited hours from the University of Oklahoma on the following topics:

 

   

 

Topic

Speaker

Hours

The War on Bugs: New Additions to the Arsenal

Yvette Morrison, Pharm.D., BCPS

Clinical Pharmacist-Infectious Diseases, Integris Southwest Medical Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

1.5

From a Board of Pharmacy Perspective: Emerging Issues for Management and Staff

John Foust, Pharm.D. , D.Ph.

Executive Director, Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy, Oklahoma City, OK

 

1

Pain Management: New Medications Dosage Forms and Delivery Systems

Richard Wheeler, Pharm.D., BCPS

Pharmacy Clinical Manager of Pharmacy Services, Mercy Health Center OKC, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

 

1

Toward Culturally Competent Pharmacy Practice

Lourdes Planas R.Ph., PhD.

Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK

 

1.5

Medication Measures and Value Based Purchasing: Implications for Pharmacy

Darin Smith, Pharm.D., BCPS, FASHP

Clinical Manager of Pharmacy Services, Norman Regional Health System, Norman, Oklahoma

1

 

 

 

2012 Annual Meeting Summary

 

 

The 2011 OSHP Annual Meeting is to be held Friday, March 30, 2012 at the Mary K. Chapman Health Plaza at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa.

 

A Vendor Showcase will be held during the morning break and through lunch, featuring several vendors.

 

Annual Meeting attendees are eligible for up to 5 ACPE-accredited hours from the University of Oklahoma and 1 ACPE-accredited hour from ASHP Advantage, on the following topics:

 

   

 

Topic

Speaker

Hours

Medication Safety and a Just Culture

Natasha Nicol, Pharm.D.

Director of Medication Safety, Cardinal Health, Houston, Texas

1.5

What are the Hot Topics at the National Level

Beverly Black, MHSA, CAE

Senior Manager, Affiliate Relations Division, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Bethesda Maryland

 

Fred Keehn

Director of Pharmacy, St John Medical Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

Darin Smith, Pharm.D., BCPS, FASHP

Director of Pharmacy Services and Performance Improvement, Norman Regional Health System, Norman, Oklahoma

 

Jacyntha Sterling, Pharm.D.

Drug Information Specialist, Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

1.5

Update on Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation

Douglas Jennings, Pharm.D., BCPS (AQ-Cardiology)

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan

1

Break-Out Sessions (attendees may participate in 2 of 6)

Residency Project Pearls – Part I

Lindsey Keeley, Pharm.D.

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

Minhye Kim, Pharm.D.

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

Mackenzie Cottrell, Pharm.D

University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

 

Ann Nguyen, Pharm.D.

VA Medical Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

 

2

Residency Project Pearls – Part II

Megan Andrews, Pharm.D.

University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

 

Kristie Woodring, Pharm.D.

Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

Emily Stillwell, Pharm.D.

Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

Avery Wright, Pharm.D.

VA Medical Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Residency Project Pearls – Part II

Nicholas Chung, Pharm.D.

Chickasaw Nation, Ada, Oklahoma

 

Jennifer Wakefield, Pharm.D.

Saint Francis Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

Jenny Stemm, Pharm.D.

Norman Regional Health System, Norman, Oklahoma

 

Karen Thompson, Pharm.D.

Norman Regional Health System, Norman, Oklahoma

 

Austin Bertram, Pharm.D.

Norman Regional Health System, Norman, Oklahoma

Medical Websites for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

Shari Clifton, MLIS, AHIP

Professor/Head, Reference and Instructional Services, Robert M. Bird HSC Library, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Pharmacy Directors Panel – no CE credit

No CE Credit

New Drugs of Abuse

Jeff Stroup

Associate Professor of Medicine, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

 

Chair: Matthew Bird and Debbie Poland

 

Members: Austin Bertram Brian Hughes Miki Finnin Tori Welker

Candace Hooper Darin Smith Randall Sharp

Heather Edwards Jenny Stemm Shamama Burney

Karen Thompson Martin Jarshaw Rebecca Dunn

Board Liaison: Nancy Williams

Vendor Showcase Chair: Lisa Mayer

Residency Showcase Chair: Mark Gales

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Bylaws Committee

   

This year, the Board of Directors appointed the Bylaws Committee with the primary charge of reviewing and recommending updates to the OSHP bylaws, guidelines, and policies. The Bylaws Committee has met and proposed revised language to all 3 documents. The committee has sought input on the proposed updates from the OSHP Board of Directors and from ASHP. In addition, a draft version of the proposed updates have been highlighted for members present at recent Western and Eastern District meetings and have been available for detailed review on the OSHP website for the past couple months.

 

The bylaws revisions have been completed and are being presented at the 2012 OSHP Annual Meeting. Upon approval from the majority of members attending the Annual Meeting, the revised bylaws will be presented to the full OSHP membership for a vote for final approval. This vote is expected to occur in April or May 2012.

 

The revised guidelines and policies are currently under review at ASHP. Once ASHP has provided feedback on these documents, they will be reviewed by the committee, posted for comment by the society, and subsequently voted on by the Board of Directors.

It has been a pleasure serving on the Bylaws Committee this past year. Additionally, we thank the OSHP Board and ASHP for their support.

 

   

Bylaws Committee Chair: Susan Conway

 

Members: Julia Chiappe

Chelsea Church

Tracy Hagemann

Martin Jarshaw

Ken Lyon

Mark Mills

Yvette Morrison

Edna Patatanian

Nancy Williams

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Finance Committee

 


The duty of the Finance Committee is to prepare and report a proposed budget for the Society to the Board of Directors for final approval. The Finance Committee did not meet this year, but the finances of OSHP were a frequent topic at the board meetings.

Chair: Peter Johnson (Treasurer)
Members: Nancy Williams (President)

Ann Lloyd (President-Elect)

Emily Borders

Barbara Poe

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Scholarship and Awards Committee

The Scholarship and Awards Committee in conjunction with the OSHP Board of Directors and student societies from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma raised money for the student scholarships by auctioning theme baskets a the Fall Meeting. The baskets had themes of date night, football night, Halloween, movie night and organic teas. This event raised $330. Monies were also raised for the scholarship fund by selling T-shirts which were designed by the SWOSU student chapter.

 

The committee was charged to review the bylaws pertaining to scholarships and awards of the Society. Recommendations for changes were approved by the Board of Directors and will be voted on by the membership at the 2012 Annual Meeting.

 

The OSHP scholarships consisting of $1000 each will be presented this year to one student from each college at the annual meeting. The recipients of the scholarships are Christine Castro from the University of Oklahoma and Duy Nguyen from Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

 

Application forms for the Continuing Excellence Award were sent to all pharmacist members. Dr. Darin Smith met the criteria for this coveted award this year.

 

The committee sent application forms for the Sylvia J. Martin Outstanding Technician Award to all technician and pharmacist members. The recipient this year is Laurie Elaine Johnson of Norman Regional Health System.

 

Recipients of the OSHP Senior Student Awards were selected by faculty committees at The University of Oklahoma and Southwestern Oklahoma State University. These awards will be presented at the awards ceremony of each respective college.

 

 

Chair: Michele Splinter

Members: Sheva Christian

Barry Gales

Jacqueline Gregory

Alice Kirkpatrick

Board Liaison: Edna Patatanian

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Newsletter Committee

 

The Newsletter Committee continues to work to keep the membership abreast of information that is pertinent to OSHP and the practice of pharmacy. During the 2011-2012 year, we completed two newsletters.

 

The “Letter from the President” in each edition fosters communication from our leadership regarding the direction of the organization. We continue to highlight the current OSHP Board Member through our “Get to Know the Board Members” series. Student chapter reports provide insight into the activities of SWOSU and OU Colleges of Pharmacy. Reports from each of the District Chairs highlight prior activities and provide information on upcoming Eastern and Western District meetings.

 

This year, a report from OSHP’s elected delegates highlighted policies that were discussed at the ASHP Annual Meeting in Denver, CO (June 2011). Additionally, an update on legislative issues in the state, provided by the legislative committee, was included in the newsletter. Evidence-based clinical pearls reviewing belatacept for immunosuppression in renal transplantation and clobazam for the treatment of Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, provided by two local pharmacy residents, were included as well. Photos from the OSHP Annual and Fall meetings highlighted activities in which members participated. Finally, our Oklahoma pharmacy residents were welcomed in the Fall 2011 edition of the newsletter.

 

Thanks to all who have contributed articles, photographs and other information. Your participation is greatly appreciated!

   

 

Co-Chairs: Teresa Lewis

Winter Smith

Board Liaison: Ann Lloyd

Members: Julia Chiappe

Michelle Lamb

Lourdes Ramos

Beth Resman-Targoff

Ben Welch

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 Nominations Committee

 

The Nominations Committee was responsible for solicitation of names for consideration in the election of one ASHP Delegate, OSHP offices of President-Elect and Secretary, and Eastern District Chairperson. All nominations and elections were conducted via electronic ballots. Nominations Committee is pleased to announce the results of elections for various offices and positions for the coming year(s).

 

ASHP Delegates:

 

Matthew Bird (New Delegate, 2012-2014)

Edna Patatanian (Continuing Delegate, 2011-2013)

Darin Smith (Continuing Delegate, 2011-2013)

 

ASHP Alternate Delegate:

 

Nancy Williams (Alternate Delegate)

OSHP Officer Positions:

President-Elect Miki Finnin (3-yeart term)

Secretary Kari McCracken (2-year term)

Eastern District Chair TBD (2-year term)

 

It has been a pleasure serving as the Nominations Committee Chair this past year. The Committee would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the nomination process and the candidates for their willingness to serve. Additionally, we thank the Board for their continuing support.

 

 

Nominations Committee Chair: Jamie Miller

 

Members: Christy Cox

Kari McCracken

 

Board Liaison: Mark Mills

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Legislative Committee

 

 

We continue with the grass-roots efforts that have been brewing for the past two years, since the 2010 Collaborative Medication Therapy Management (CMTM) rules to the Oklahoma Pharmacy Act were withdrawn before consideration before the Legislature. The goal this year was to increase student involvement in professional advocacy and involve the membership in grassroots advocacy. Below is a recap of the plans from 2010-2013:

Committee Goal

Timeline

1. Survey health-system pharmacists on involvement in collaborative practice.

Completed

2. Increase student involvement in professional advocacy

Completed

3. Involve membership in grassroots advocacy

Ongoing

4. Institute an “Invite Your Legislator to Work” program for OSHP

2011-2013

 

This year, efforts were made to increase OSHP membership awareness of the Oklahoma PharmPAC, a political action committee, that is dedicated to pharmacy-related and relevant legislative issues. While this PAC was initiated by OPhA, we encourage OSHP members to contribute – to paraphrase the saying, “If we don’t all hang together, we will hang separately.” Past-President Chelsea Church and I have been meeting with the OPhA Legislative committee chair and current OPhA President, Justin Wilson to explore how our two organizations can help advance pharmacy in Oklahoma for ALL practice areas. We have generated some good ideas and it is evident from the huge turn-out from both OPhA and OSHP members at the OSEEGIB hearings at the capitol that we CAN and SHOULD work together.

 

***Members should look for new information and opportunities for involvement in grassroots advocacy for ALL Oklahoma pharmacists in the coming months. Please get involved, we need you!!

 

Members of the Legislative Committee attended the Oklahoma Pharmacy Legislative Day on February 21, 2012, including the briefing, the health fair and the reception. Students from both SWOSU and OU were an integral part of the healthfair and as I walked around the room I was so proud to see so many of our future colleagues actively involved and so enthusiastic about their future as Oklahoma Pharmacists. We encourage OSHP members to participate in next year’s Legislative Day: it is not just for our colleagues in community/retail settings. As health-system pharmacists, we are integral to the profession of pharmacy and should be represented.

 

 

Report submitted by Legislative Committee Chair.

Tracy Hagemann

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Membership Committee

 

 

 

This year, the Membership Committee incorporated a few new ideas to help recruit new members. To kick the year off, an inaugural “End of Summer” mixer was hosted at McNellie’s Pub and the Paseo District’s The Other Room, in the Eastern and Western Districts, respectively. With a healthy dose of competition interjected to determine which District could attract more new members at their event, the Eastern District proved superior on September 8, 2011!!

 

The annual membership drive kicked off in October allowing members the opportunity to take advantage of a 20% membership discount for early renewal during the month. Also, during October, National Pharmacy Week was commemorated by each Board member randomly drawing one lucky individual from each District to receive complimentary 2012 OSHP membership.

 

Although the Committee’s goal of 400 active members was not quite achieved during the year, we still were able to make some forward progress and increased our membership by 15%. To be sure, OSHP dues continue to be a “big bang for your buck”! Our annual dues continue to be some of the lowest of any ASHP state affiliate and provide you with opportunities for local networking and continuing education. The Committee expresses appreciation to those who continue to support the mission and vision of OSHP and continues to challenge each active member to recruit one new member this year. Stay tuned to OSHP activities by visiting our web site at www.oshp.net.

 

I personally want to thank the Committee members for their time and their great ideas as well as to the 2011-12 OSHP Board for their continuing support. It has been an honor to be of service to the OSHP membership.

 

Chair: Yvette Morrison

Members: Burl Beasley Brooke Honey Christen Rivera

Duy Nguyen Sarah Payne Tiffany Sanders

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 Student Affiliate Chapters

 

SWOSU Student OSHP Chapter Activity Report, 2011-2012 Academic Year

Faculty Advisors: Tiffany Kessler and Nancy Williams

 

 

Our Southwestern OSHP Student Chapter had another busy and productive fall semester. We hosted several great speakers and organized the local Clinical Skills Competition.

 

Our speakers throughout the semester included Dr. Mark Gales, Dr. Krista Brooks, and Dr. Chelsea Church. Dr. Gales came to give our group information and helpful tips in preparation for the Clinical Skills Competition. Dr. Brooks spoke to us about the different components of a residency and her personal experiences as a resident. She also covered various activities that are part of the application process and mentioned residency opportunities in Oklahoma. Dr. Church brought our attention to the subject of pharmacy advocacy, specifically related to the proposed legislation in Oklahoma that would have mandated Health Choice members to convert to mail-order pharmacy. Students at the meeting were concerned over this issue, and many took the initiative of emailing and making phones calls to their legislators. We were proud to see our students take an interest in advocacy and be active.

 

As is customary in the fall, we set up and sponsored the local Clinical Skills Competition. Seven teams participated in this event in October and competed for the grand prize – a free trip to the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in New Orleans. Congratulations to the winning team of Robert Gholson and Patrick Kelley who proudly represented SWOSU in the national competition.

 

Towards the end of the fall semester, we held a pizza party made possible by the OSHP board members for winning the t-shirt design contest. Our submission was designed by Rubin Varghese and Long Tran. To wrap up the fall semester, we held officer elections. Many new officers volunteered to serve the OSHP student chapter for the spring semester.

 

Our chapter has had a busy spring semester so far, and we still have several great events planned before finals. We started off with a membership drive in January, which was quite successful. More than 30 new students showed up and are very interested in joining our chapter this semester. For our February meeting, Dr. Edna Patatanian educated us about her work in geriatric pharmacy. She described her accomplishments after graduation from pharmacy school and shared with us her experience in primary care residency. She also gave a brief description of all the different residency programs available in Oklahoma and encouraged students to apply. Students were very interested and enthusiastic about these residency programs. In March, we will be welcoming Dr. Tracy Hagemann from OU College of Pharmacy. She will be speaking about residencies, her work in pediatrics, and pharmacy advocacy, including what students can do to help make our pharmacy voices heard. In April, we will be hosting a residency discussion

 

panel that will be open to all SWOSU College of Pharmacy students. For this meeting, we will hear from Dr. Krista Brooks, who recently completed a PGY-1 residency at the VA Medical Center in OKC, about the benefits of a residency and how it helped her prepare for a career in academia. The current residents from Norman Regional Health System will be coming with Dr. Nancy Williams to give us more in-depth details of the application process, CV and interview tips, as well as their personal experiences as residents.

 

We have many volunteer projects planned for the spring semester. At the beginning of February, our student chapter participated in a volunteer project with Faith Hospice of Oklahoma by helping to assemble Valentine’s Day treat bags for the patients under hospice care. As part of our ASHP professional development project, we have chosen to continue a project started last year, which involved patient safety and continuity of care. In April, we will be creating personal medication records for distribution to patients at our local pharmacies. As we hand out these cards, we will be explaining to patients the importance of knowing exactly what medications they are taking, so that when visiting a new physician or in case of an emergency, they can provide information about their drug regimen to healthcare providers.

 

As our big fundraiser for the spring semester, we sold t-shirts and baked goods in February. Thank you to the officers from the fall and spring, since they came up with some very neat and humorous t-shirt designs. We will wrap up the semester by hosting a pizza party and electing new officers for the fall 2012 semester at our final meeting.

 

All of us are looking forward to the exciting activities that next semester will bring. We are very proud of what we have already accomplished so far and will accomplish during the remaining part of the semester. We would like to thank all of our officers for their hard work during the past year that makes it all possible. Also, we would like to thank our faculty advisors for being so patient and supportive!

 

 

Officers

Fall 2011

Spring 2012

President

Duy Nguyen

Victoria Lam

President-Elect

Victoria Lam

Melody Elder

Secretary

Melody Elder

Jennifer Le

Treasurer

Sharon George

Corey Williams

Fundraising Co-Chairs

Long Tran

Rubin Varghese

Thomas Tran

Ying Lin

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University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy 2011

Speakers:

 

Our first meeting in August centered on informing students of opportunities of membership in sOSHP, OSHP and ASHP. Ninety members have joined sOSHP. In September, Dr. Ann Lloyd, the president-elect of the Oklahoma Society of Health-System Pharmacists (OSHP) and Co-Advisor for the student chapter of the Oklahoma Society of Health-System Pharmacists (sOSHP) in Tulsa, spoke about her involvement and the numerous opportunities with OSHP.

 

In October, Shannon Holcombe from the Oklahoma Poison Control gave a brief presentation about the educational services they provided for poison prevention for seniors and local elementary schools.

 

In November, we held a residency panel consisting of PGY-2’s: Tommy Kleyn, Candace Hooper, Erin Lamers, Allison Baxley, Marquita Bradshaw, Lindsay Hogg; and PGY-1’s: Megan Andrews, and Stephanie Risland. The residents shared their experiences and suggestions in a Q&A format. There was also an evening panel where the P-4’s could ask relevant questions before applying for resident positions.

 

In February, Debra Weatherford, ARNP, CNS and Dr. Michele Splinter, Pharm.D., M.S., BCPS spoke of their experiences on a multidisciplinary team at the OU medical center and their previous experiences in health care systems.

In March, we will have a joint meeting with APhA-ASP. The speaker will be Tim Litsch from Prime Therapeutics, who will explain more about the organization and mail-order pharmacy.

Clinical Skills Competition:

In September, Dr. Michele Splinter, our co-advisor, gave a presentation about the Clinical Skills Competition. The competition was conducted in the beginning of October and nine teams participated. The winners of the competition were Lourdes Ramos and Loan Tran (P4s- Tulsa), who represented the college at the national competition held at the ASHP Clinical Midyear Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana in December.

Fundraiser: We had a very successful fundraiser in the fall. We sold OU College of Pharmacy tumblers. Funds will be used to support travel expenses to state and national meetings.

Service projects: In October the organization participated in the Homeless Health Fair located at the City Rescue Mission of Oklahoma City. We held a Smoking Cessation Outreach and Information Booth. We received pamphlets from various non-profit organizations (i.e. American Lung Association and the American Cancer Society). Our goal was to educate patients on various life-style changes and pharmacological approaches to smoking cessation.

 

Also during the month of October, we teamed up the Oklahoma Poison Control at the OSU-OKC Family Child Care Conference and helped pass out information regarding poison prevention. We gave information about common household items that can be deemed harmful if not stored properly.

Our organization also partnered up with Marcus Garvey Leadership Academy in Oklahoma City to create a curriculum about poison prevention for the students in grades first through eighth. Five lesson plans have been finalized for the different age groups and will be presented to the students during the spring semester.

The chapter will be participating in the Big Event, a campus-wide community service project held on both Oklahoma City and Tulsa campuses.

The Tulsa campus is in the process of creating a poison prevention booth in the spring.

Recognition and Officers:

sOSHP has again gained recognition as an Officially Recognized Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy by ASHP. As such, one student received a free registration to the ASHP Midyear meeting. This was given to Long Nguyen, who attended the meeting and presented a poster explaining the Marcus Garvey project. In addition, Sheva Chopra will receive a leather portfolio as current president of an officially recognized chapter. Amulya Vanguri received the past president’s award.

The executive team consists of the following, and officer elections will be conducted in April.

 

 

 

 

Spring 2011-Spring 2012

President

Sheeva Chopra

Vice-President

Tiffeny Tu (OKC)

Kyle Cohenour (Tulsa)

Treasurer

Amy Sid (OKC)

Whitney Lewis (Tulsa)

Secretary

Joseph VanTuyl (OKC)

ThanhHien Wang (Tulsa)

Historian

Debbie Leung (OKC)

Allyson Votruba (Tulsa)

Service Chair

Roshni Patel (OKC)

Sarah Martien (Tulsa)

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