Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Leadership Development:
Pharmacy Students, New
Practitioners and ASHP
Cindi Brennan, Phar...
2Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
ASHP’s Mission
 ASHP believes the mission of
pharmacists is to help people make the
bes...
3Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
ASHP Members Cover the Spectrum
of Health-System Pharmacy Practice
Acute care
Ambulatory...
4Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
ASHP Core Strengths
Practice Standards
Advocacy
Residency Accreditation
Drug Information...
5Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Leadership Agenda:
ASHP’s Top Priorities

Promote fail-safe medication use

Foster evi...
6Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
What is the ASHP Student Forum?
Students “home” within ASHP
Membership of nearly 10,000!...
7Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Goals of the ASHP Student Forum

To increase students’ knowledge about
careers in pharm...
8Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Student Member Benefits & Services
– Just to Name A Few!

Twice-monthly AJHP (American ...
9Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Student Member Benefits & Services

Student programs at
ASHP meetings

Mentorship thro...
10Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Student Member Benefits & Services
Free membership in ASHP Sections (as
many as you’d l...
11Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
National Opportunities for Involvement:
Student Forum Executive Committee
(5 students n...
12Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
National Opportunities for Involvement:
ASHP Councils/Commission (1 student each)
 Aff...
13Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Student Forum Exec Committee,
ASHP Councils and Commission

Submit nomination material...
14Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
National Opportunities for Involvement:
Student Forum Advisory Groups
(formerly “Subcom...
15Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
National Opportunities for Involvement:
Student Forum Advisory Groups

AG’s work mostl...
16Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Other Opportunities at ASHP
Headquarters

Summer Internship in Association Management
...
17Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Local Opportunities for Involvement
Student officer
ASHP Student Liaison
ASHP state aff...
18Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Statewide Opportunities for Involvement:
TSHP
 Student Forum Executive Committee

Two...
19Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Leadership Progression

Involvement starts at the student society
level!

Move on to ...
20Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
ASHP Student Leadership Award

Recognizes student members with an interest in
pharmacy...
21Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Beyond Pharmacy School…….
New Practitioners Forum
 Pharmacists in first 5 years of pra...
22Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Beyond Pharmacy School…...
Residency Training:
A post-graduate experience that provides...
23Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Types of Residencies

PGY1 (Previously Pharmacy Practice)

First year of postgraduate...
24Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
ASHP-Accredited Residencies
(PGY1 & PGY2)
Programs available in hospitals, HMOs,
clinic...
25Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
What is accreditation?

Peer review process

Measures compliance with standards devel...
26Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Does it Matter if the Residency
is Accredited?
 Yes!!
 Standards based
 Assures Resp...
27Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
ASHP Residency Programs in the
Accreditation Process (n=816) as of
8/06
Managed Care, 2...
28Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
PGY2 Programs (301)
Primary Care 62
Critical Care 45
Oncology 31
Drug Information 27
In...
29Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Why Complete A Residency?
 Expansion of skills
 Competitive advantage in job market
...
30Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Increasing Numbers of Residents Over
Time
435
656
743
852
905 896
1077
1128
1,200
1240
...
31Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Matching numbers for Accredited Pharmacy Practice Programs
1990 - 2006
0
200
400
600
80...
32Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Selecting a Residency
 Accredited vs. Non-accredited
 Patient population and services...
33Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Frequently Asked Questions
 What Are Some Examples of Key
Qualifications?
 How Import...
34Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Sources of Information
 ASHP (www.ashp.org)

New Residency Standards (PGY1/PGY2)

On...
35Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Conclusion: Why be Active in
ASHP, TSHP and Student Society?

To learn more about the ...
36Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
Questions?
 Your Student Forum Contact:

Michelle M. Bonnarens, Pharm.D.,
Director, A...
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  • Opportunities for involvement exist on several levels for Student Forum members.
    Nationally, members might express an interest in the:
    Pharmacy Student Forum Executive Committee
    Directs activities and programs of the Forum. Advises ASHP staff on ways to meet the needs of ASHP’s student membership.
    Forum Communications Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on the content of Studentline. Monitors electronic media.
    Forum Programming Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on programming sessions at ASHP meetings
    ASHP Policy Councils
    One student appointed to each of the five ASHP Councils. These are the policy-recommending bodies of ASHP.
    Student Representatives to the House of Delegates
    Two students are represented on this major policy-approving body of ASHP.
    Commission on Therapeutics
    One student appointed to this group concerned with societal drug use and therapeutic issues.
  • Opportunities for involvement exist on several levels for Student Forum members.
    Nationally, members might express an interest in the:
    Pharmacy Student Forum Executive Committee
    Directs activities and programs of the Forum. Advises ASHP staff on ways to meet the needs of ASHP’s student membership.
    Forum Communications Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on the content of Studentline. Monitors electronic media.
    Forum Programming Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on programming sessions at ASHP meetings
    ASHP Policy Councils
    One student appointed to each of the five ASHP Councils. These are the policy-recommending bodies of ASHP.
    Student Representatives to the House of Delegates
    Two students are represented on this major policy-approving body of ASHP.
    Commission on Therapeutics
    One student appointed to this group concerned with societal drug use and therapeutic issues.
  • Opportunities for involvement exist on several levels for Student Forum members.
    Nationally, members might express an interest in the:
    Pharmacy Student Forum Executive Committee
    Directs activities and programs of the Forum. Advises ASHP staff on ways to meet the needs of ASHP’s student membership.
    Forum Communications Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on the content of Studentline. Monitors electronic media.
    Forum Programming Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on programming sessions at ASHP meetings
    ASHP Policy Councils
    One student appointed to each of the five ASHP Councils. These are the policy-recommending bodies of ASHP.
    Student Representatives to the House of Delegates
    Two students are represented on this major policy-approving body of ASHP.
    Commission on Therapeutics
    One student appointed to this group concerned with societal drug use and therapeutic issues.
  • Opportunities for involvement exist on several levels for Student Forum members.
    Nationally, members might express an interest in the:
    Pharmacy Student Forum Executive Committee
    Directs activities and programs of the Forum. Advises ASHP staff on ways to meet the needs of ASHP’s student membership.
    Forum Communications Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on the content of Studentline. Monitors electronic media.
    Forum Programming Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on programming sessions at ASHP meetings
    ASHP Policy Councils
    One student appointed to each of the five ASHP Councils. These are the policy-recommending bodies of ASHP.
    Student Representatives to the House of Delegates
    Two students are represented on this major policy-approving body of ASHP.
    Commission on Therapeutics
    One student appointed to this group concerned with societal drug use and therapeutic issues.
  • Opportunities for involvement exist on several levels for Student Forum members.
    Nationally, members might express an interest in the:
    Pharmacy Student Forum Executive Committee
    Directs activities and programs of the Forum. Advises ASHP staff on ways to meet the needs of ASHP’s student membership.
    Forum Communications Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on the content of Studentline. Monitors electronic media.
    Forum Programming Committee
    Advises ASHP staff on programming sessions at ASHP meetings
    ASHP Policy Councils
    One student appointed to each of the five ASHP Councils. These are the policy-recommending bodies of ASHP.
    Student Representatives to the House of Delegates
    Two students are represented on this major policy-approving body of ASHP.
    Commission on Therapeutics
    One student appointed to this group concerned with societal drug use and therapeutic issues.
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    1. 1. Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Leadership Development: Pharmacy Students, New Practitioners and ASHP Cindi Brennan, PharmD, MHA President - American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
    2. 2. 2Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow ASHP’s Mission  ASHP believes the mission of pharmacists is to help people make the best use of medicines.  To advance and support the professional practice of pharmacists in hospitals and health systems, and  To serve as a collective voice on issues related to medication use and public health
    3. 3. 3Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow ASHP Members Cover the Spectrum of Health-System Pharmacy Practice Acute care Ambulatory care Clinical specialists Management Home care Long-term care Chronic care Managed care Students New practitioners Technicians
    4. 4. 4Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow ASHP Core Strengths Practice Standards Advocacy Residency Accreditation Drug Information Education (Meetings, like Midyear) Pharmacy Publishing
    5. 5. 5Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Leadership Agenda: ASHP’s Top Priorities  Promote fail-safe medication use  Foster evidence-based medication use in health- systems  Expand access to the patient care services of health-system pharmacists  Help hospitals and health-system pharmacists deal with the affordability and accessibility of pharmaceuticals  Foster supply of qualified practice managers, pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians in health- systems
    6. 6. 6Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow What is the ASHP Student Forum? Students “home” within ASHP Membership of nearly 10,000! Serves to increase student involvement in ASHP activities Provides special services and benefits to pharmacy student members!
    7. 7. 7Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Goals of the ASHP Student Forum  To increase students’ knowledge about careers in pharmacy practice in health systems  To increase students’ knowledge about trends in pharmacy practice in health systems  To improve the organizational and practice- focused leadership skills of students  To increase student involvement in the formation of ASHP policies
    8. 8. 8Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Student Member Benefits & Services – Just to Name A Few!  Twice-monthly AJHP (American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy)  Twice-monthly student “NewsLink” e-mail  Eligibility for national leadership positions, student leadership awards ($!), internship and rotation opportunities  Comprehensive information about ASHP- accredited residency training programs
    9. 9. 9Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Student Member Benefits & Services  Student programs at ASHP meetings  Mentorship through networking  Virtual Mentoring Program  Reduced rates on membership, ASHP publications, and ASHP meetings (host of the largest pharmacy meeting in the world!)
    10. 10. 10Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Student Member Benefits & Services Free membership in ASHP Sections (as many as you’d like!)  Clinical Specialists and Scientists  Home, Ambulatory, and Chronic Care Practitioners  Inpatient Care Practitioners  Pharmacy Practice Managers  Informatics and Technology
    11. 11. 11Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow National Opportunities for Involvement: Student Forum Executive Committee (5 students nationwide)  Appointed by ASHP President-Elect  Advises ASHP on student benefits, services, programs, and needs of students  Travels to other schools representing ASHP to promote membership and involvement  3 “all-expense” paid meetings –ASHP Midyear Meeting –ASHP Summer Meeting –January at ASHP Headquarters  Monthly conference calls Dec 31st Deadline
    12. 12. 12Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow National Opportunities for Involvement: ASHP Councils/Commission (1 student each)  Affiliate Relations  Education and Workforce Development  Pharmacy Management  Pharmacy Practice  Public Policy  Therapeutics  ASHP’s policy recommending bodies  Appointed by ASHP President-Elect  Advise ASHP on policies needed in these areas  All expense paid trip to ASHP Headquarters in Bethesda (3-day commitment in September)  Includes Legislative Day trip to the Capitol Hill Dec 31st Deadline
    13. 13. 13Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Student Forum Exec Committee, ASHP Councils and Commission  Submit nomination materials by Dec 31 to ASHP President-Elect at: evp@ashp.org  Materials should include:  Letter to President-Elect explaining to what position you are requesting appointment and why you are qualified  2 letters of recommendation (faculty member, employer, etc.)  CV  An additional letter of support from your ASHP state affiliate organization is strongly encouraged.  Term of service is June 2008-May 2009
    14. 14. 14Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow National Opportunities for Involvement: Student Forum Advisory Groups (formerly “Subcommittees”)  Membership  Meetings and Programming  Policy and Legislative Affairs  Student Society and Leadership Development  Technology and Publications  9 students each AG  Appointed by Student Forum EC Chair  AG charges and application procedures at http://www.ashp.org/student/ForumLeadOpps.cfm May 1st Deadline
    15. 15. 15Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow National Opportunities for Involvement: Student Forum Advisory Groups  AG’s work mostly via e-mail  Meet via conference call twice/year  Meet in person at Midyear (non-mandatory meeting)  Provide opportunity to get to know other students around the country with professional interests similar to your own  Recognition on ASHP Web site May 1st Deadline
    16. 16. 16Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Other Opportunities at ASHP Headquarters  Summer Internship in Association Management (stipend provided)  ASHP Experiential Education Program (rotation site)  ASHP Executive Residency in Management and Leadership (post-grad, paid position)  ASHP George P. Provost Editorial Internship (post- grad, 6-month experience, paid position)  All program details/application info provided at: http://www.ashp.org/AboutASHP/ASHPinternsres.cfm
    17. 17. 17Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Local Opportunities for Involvement Student officer ASHP Student Liaison ASHP state affiliate organization – Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists (TSHP)
    18. 18. 18Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Statewide Opportunities for Involvement: TSHP  Student Forum Executive Committee  Two members from each School  Chair and vice-chair of the Exec Comm  Various statewide Councils include student representatives  Statewide “Clinical Skills Competition”
    19. 19. 19Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Leadership Progression  Involvement starts at the student society level!  Move on to state and/or national leadership  Get to know the “movers and shakers” in your field
    20. 20. 20Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow ASHP Student Leadership Award  Recognizes student members with an interest in pharmacy practice in health-systems who have demonstrated leadership ability  Awarded to 12 students annually (4 from each professional year starting with second year)  Award consists of:  Plaque  ASHP drug information library (over $900 value)  $2500 cash award from ASHP Research and Education Foundation  Application deadline Jan 31, more details at http://www.ashp.org/student
    21. 21. 21Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Beyond Pharmacy School……. New Practitioners Forum  Pharmacists in first 5 years of practice  ASHP New Practitioners Forum  Transitions new practitioners into the pharmacy community  provides opportunities for collaboration and professional development.  Executive Committee:  5 New Practitioners  Application process and timeline same
    22. 22. 22Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Beyond Pharmacy School…... Residency Training: A post-graduate experience that provides the opportunity to accelerate growth beyond entry-level professional competence …further develop leadership skills that can be applied in any position in any practice setting
    23. 23. 23Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Types of Residencies  PGY1 (Previously Pharmacy Practice)  First year of postgraduate residency training  PGY2 (Previously Specialized)  Second year of postgraduate residency training  Must complete PGY1 prior to PGY2  MUST DO PGY1 before PGY2  All ASHP-Accredited programs in Match  Community and Managed Care programs within PGY1/PGY2 categories
    24. 24. 24Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow ASHP-Accredited Residencies (PGY1 & PGY2) Programs available in hospitals, HMOs, clinics, community pharmacies, managed care organizations, VA system, colleges of pharmacy More than 15,000 graduates since 1964 Elite group
    25. 25. 25Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow What is accreditation?  Peer review process  Measures compliance with standards developed by practitioners and assures a quality experience  Demonstrates institutional commitment to excellence, quality and education  Ensures public safety  Applies continuous quality improvement process Quality is the foremost consideration
    26. 26. 26Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Does it Matter if the Residency is Accredited?  Yes!!  Standards based  Assures Responsibility / Accountability  Widely recognized by profession
    27. 27. 27Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow ASHP Residency Programs in the Accreditation Process (n=816) as of 8/06 Managed Care, 29 Community Care, 36 PGY1 , 421 PGY2, 301
    28. 28. 28Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow PGY2 Programs (301) Primary Care 62 Critical Care 45 Oncology 31 Drug Information 27 Infectious Diseases 22 Pediatrics 20 Geriatrics 15 Management 15 Psychiatric 12 Internal Medicine 10 Pharmacotherapy 10 Nutrition Support 5 Nuclear 3 Cardiology 6 HIV 3 Informatics 3 Emergency 2 Transplant 2 Pain & Palliative Care 1 Nephrology 1 Medication Safety 1
    29. 29. 29Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Why Complete A Residency?  Expansion of skills  Competitive advantage in job market  Networking opportunities  Career planning
    30. 30. 30Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Increasing Numbers of Residents Over Time 435 656 743 852 905 896 1077 1128 1,200 1240 1415 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1990 1995 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
    31. 31. 31Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Matching numbers for Accredited Pharmacy Practice Programs 1990 - 2006 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 # applicants # positions # matched 1990 1995 2000 2005 More Applicants than Positions 2006
    32. 32. 32Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Selecting a Residency  Accredited vs. Non-accredited  Patient population and services  Teaching commitment  Staffing commitment  Work environment
    33. 33. 33Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Frequently Asked Questions  What Are Some Examples of Key Qualifications?  How Important Are Grades?  Will I Earn a Salary?  Can I Only Complete a Residency Directly After Graduation?  To How Many Residencies Should I Apply?
    34. 34. 34Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Sources of Information  ASHP (www.ashp.org)  New Residency Standards (PGY1/PGY2)  Online and searchable residency directories  “Why Complete A Residency”?  Accredited vs. Non-Accredited  Other: ACCP, APhA, AMCP, ASCP
    35. 35. 35Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Conclusion: Why be Active in ASHP, TSHP and Student Society?  To learn more about the pharmacy profession  To increase your knowledge of careers in health-system pharmacy practice  To enhance your professional development  To network with others with similar interests as yours  To make a difference in your profession
    36. 36. 36Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Questions?  Your Student Forum Contact:  Michelle M. Bonnarens, Pharm.D., Director, ASHP Pharmacy Student Forum  www.ashp.org  students@ashp.org

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