The MSHP Programming Committee is looking for topics and presenters to offer education sessions at either monthly CE programs and/or the MSHP Annual Meeting. Please note that the educations will range from 1-2 hours. It is expected that the session have audience participation and interaction. Please complete all requested information in the presentation proposal from (Click Here to access), and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All presentation proposals must be completed and submitted by Monday, August 25, 2014.
Affiliate Executives and Presidents--Many of you received this information from Paul Abramowitz today, and some of your organizations have already sent out information to your members; however, we wanted to be sure that you had seen this news, along with the accompanying press release as well. You will be receiving much more information about this milestone activity in the near future.
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ASHP Applauds Introduction of Bill That Recognizes Pharmacists as Providers
The Massachusetts Society of Health-System Pharmacists urges all members to re-engage with your local legislators to ensure their support of provisions included in the Senate version (SB1907) of the Pharmaceutical Compounding legislation now before a conference committee in the Massachusetts legislature. Below we are providing you with a letter template and link to find your legislator. Thank you for your support on this important bill.
The Massachusetts Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP) was founded in 1945 to foster the professional growth of hospital pharmacy in Massachusetts. In the 1960â€™s, MSHP became affiliated with the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists (ASHP) now known as the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
In 1997, we changed our name and developed a new mission statement reflecting pharmacy as a part of an integrated health-system. Today, MSHP represents over 1,900 pharmacists and pharmacy technicians working in organized health-systems throughout the Commonwealth. For over fifty years, the members of MSHP have worked together in the achievement of common professional goals.
These goals include the following: advancement of rational drug therapy in organized healthcare settings through the provision of pharmaceutical care; advancement and encouragement of professional excellence by providing leadership, direction, education and communication among its members practicing in healthcare systems; fostering of closer relationships between health-system pharmacy, other pharmaceutical disciplines and health care providers.
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