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This Wednesday, SMSHP is very fortunate to host 2 local experts in infectious diseases for a COVID panel discussion.
Susan Davis, PharmD & Jason Pogue, PharmD, will answer all your questions on COVID. Susan currently sits on the NIH COVID Treatment Guidelines committee, and both are current or former President of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists! So please come see where we have been, where we are, and where we are going! Everything from ICU care to outpatient vaccination is up for discussion.
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"See you" soon,
Jeff Hurren, PharmD, President
More about Dr. Davis:
Susan L. Davis, PharmD, FIDP is a Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI with a joint appointment as an Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Specialist at Henry Ford Health System. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan, completed her residency training at Detroit Receiving Hospital, and a fellowship in Infectious Diseases Outcomes Research at Wayne State University. She is the current president of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists and a member of the National Institutes of Health COVID-19 Treatment Guideline Panel.
Dr. Davis has published over 80 peer-reviewed manuscripts and is the program director for the ID Pharmacotherapy fellowship at HFH and WSU. Her awards for practice, teaching and research include the American Society of Health System Pharmacists New Preceptor of the Year, the SIDP Clinician of the Year, and the Wayne State University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Research Excellence Award. She presently serves on the WSU Academic Senate, is a board member of MAD-ID, and a former board member of SMSHP. When not in meetings she enjoys training pharmacy fellows, residents and students in antimicrobial stewardship and practice-based research.
Greetings SMSHP Colleagues!
We are reaching out to seek members for our various Committees. As you know, SMSHP is a volunteer organization, and our members are essential to its success! We currently have availability for a number of Committee but are happy to accept other create types of help. Our current Committees include:
If you are interested in any particular Committee, or would just like to discuss further, please contact Jeff Hurren at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Agenda Wednesday, October 14th:
SMSHP Residency Showcase Agenda: Wednesday, October 14th
Welcome & Introduction
Program Presentations 1-5
Ascension Genesys Medical Center
Beaumont Hospital, Troy
Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak
Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn
Karmanos Cancer Center
Breakout Sessions 1-5
Program Presentations 6-10
Henry Ford Allegiance Health
Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
University of Michigan
St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
Henry Ford Wyandotte
Breakout Sessions 6-10
SMSHP Residency Showcase Agenda: Wednesday, October 14th (continued)
Program Presentations 11-15
ProMedica Toledo Hospital/Russel J. Ebeid Children's Hospital
Bronson Methodist Hospital
Spectrum Health Grand Rapids
VA Ann Arbor Health Care System
St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor
Breakout Sessions 11-15
Meeting Agenda Tuesday, October 13th:
Tuesday, October 13th - SMSHP Residency Showcase Agenda
Ascension Borgess Medical Center
Ascension St. John Hospital
Bronson Battle Creek Hospital
Battle Creek VA Medical Center
Sparrow Health System
University of Toledo
Munson Medical Center
Johns Hopkins Hospital & Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Detroit Medical Center (DMC)
DMC - Harper-Hutzel & Receiving
DMC - Children's & Sinai-Grace
Tuesday, October 13th - SMSHP Residency Showcase Agenda (continued)
Henry Ford Hospital
VA Aleda E. Lutz Medical Center
Meijer | Pfizer | Ferris State University PGY-1 Community Based Pharmacy Residency
Mercy Health Saint Mary's
Dear Showcase Attendees,
Welcome to the 2020 Southeastern Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists Residency Showcase! We are excited to share our distinguished panel of speakers and programs. Over the two evenings we will have representation from over 30 residency programs and student attendees from 8 colleges of pharmacy.
Each residency program has been allocated two time slots. The first is a 7 minute time slot specifically for Residency Program Directors (or a designee) to present highlights of their program(s) to candidates. The second is a 20 minute breakout session to facilitate questions and answers among candidates and the program’s RPD or designee, a preceptor, and 1 or 2 current residents.
This year’s event is being conducted entirely virtually through Zoom. We wanted to provide a few tips to help maintain the highest level of professionalism for our presenters and attendees.
Audio - Please keep your microphone muted for the entire evening unless you are a presenter. Each meeting room is set up so all participants are muted upon entry.
Video - Only presenters may have their video on. This will help keep presentation quality high. If you are a residency program presenter please note the SMSHP host will grant you video and screen sharing capability immediately prior to your presentation.
Questions - Please reserve your questions for the breakout sessions to allow presenters the opportunity to discuss their planned presentation. Once in the breakout meeting room, please submit questions through the Q&A function. The SMSHP moderator will review questions in the breakout sessions to help facilitate responses by the residency programs.
Preparation - Please consider downloading the Zoom desktop client software prior for the best experience ( www.Zoom.com )
A meeting agenda is available in a separate posting. Each session uses unique Zoom meeting information. To access the Zoom meeting link and passcode, please open our Detailed Meeting Agenda, which will be sent in separate email to those who RSVP'd. These two online Google Sheets (one for each evening) will be used to keep the most up-to-date meeting links and information. Please reference this summary to select the Zoom meeting link and passcode for the sessions you wish to attend.
Those who RSVP'd will receive an email invitation with the Zoom meeting links and passcodes.
Thank you for your participation in this virtual event. Please feel free to contact Jillian DiClemente and Jeff Hurren with any questions.
Jillian DiClemente, PharmD Phone: 248-756-7704 (Cell) email@example.comJeff Hurren, PharmD Phone: 248-884-9397 (Cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that this year’s annual SMSHP Residency Showcase will be held over two days: Tuesday, October 13th and Wednesday, October 14th. The program will be held in a virtual, online-only format. All PGY-1 and PGY-2 programs are invited to attend. Programs will only need to attend one of the two nights; candidates can select those programs and times of particular interest. The virtual format is being designed to help highlight the strengths and unique features of each program. We will have breakout sessions for candidate/resident interactions.
If you are interested in attending this year’s showcase, please save the date. We will be sending out requests for Program RSVP and program details mid-September. Residency candidates do not need to take any action at this time. In the meantime, if you have questions please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Jillian DiClemente email@example.com
Jeff Hurren firstname.lastname@example.org
Southeastern Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists
SMSHP will be holding its Annual Residency Showcase virtually this year! Stay tuned for more details!
We want to share news that Dan Ashby will be officially retiring as Vice President for Pharmacy Services for the Johns Hopkins Health System. Dan’s last day with the organization will be July 1, 2020. As you may know, Dan has been an SMSHP member for many years and served in the past as President of the organization.
To help create a lasting legacy of Dan’s innumerable contributions to pharmacy practice, the American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP) Foundation has created the Daniel M. Ashby Fund for Excellence in Pharmacy Residency Training. A description of this planned fund is attached for your information.
We hope that you might kindly consider joining in making a meaningful contribution to this special fund in Dan’s honor to the ASHP Foundation. Your donation would be a wonderful tribute to Dan’s career and his enormous impact on pharmacy practice.
We hope to raise an initial $250,000 for the fund. And with your help, we can truly make a difference in pharmacy residency training through initiatives such as awards to recognize and disseminate best practices in pharmacy residency training, grants to expand pharmacy residency positions, or support for access, development, and delivery of distance education programs for pharmacy residency preceptors and program directors.
If you would like, you can donate to the Ashby Fund securely online through the ASHP Foundation website, or you can complete and return the attached form which can be used to make a pledge that can be paid over the months ahead or over the next few years. Your gift is tax-deductible.
Thank you in advance for your thoughtful consideration of this request.
Ashby Fund Description.pdf
ASHP Foundation Daniel Ashby Fund Donation Form.pdf
Thank you for being a member of SMSHP! We exist as an organization to help serve our members and further grow the profession of pharmacy. The organization relies heavily on volunteer support and participation. We will soon be seeking nominations for the following elected positions:
– President (1 year term)
– Board of Directors (2 year term) – 2 positions
We are always looking for highly engaged and energized members, please start thinking about possible nominees that may be interested in any of these elected positions.
Thank you for your continued support!
SMSHP Board of Directors
Please see your email for the LecturePanda invite. We will be holding an online CE event! When you register, the LecturePanda confirmation email will contain a link to the event. Stay safe!
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