The Foundation has met via regular conference calls. Our primary activities for the past year are outlined below:
Created Poster Presentation submission form. Form clearly outlined Poster Categories as Encore Research, Original Research, Research in Progress. Submission form also included an option for presenters to check which day they would like to present their poster.
Revised Poster Judging criteria
Updated Best Residency Project Award scoring criteria
Developed a submission form for members to submit their recent publications. Goal for R&E to highlight a recent publication from our members in each Newsletter and have section on website highlighting publication citations.
MSHP R&E Foundation website updated with current board members and recent Foundation award winners.
The Foundation awarded a total of $500 to the winners of the Missouri Schools of Pharmacy clinical skills competition- Allie Oxford and Alexander Spillars from StlCOP; Kaily Kurzweil and Michelle Sproat from UMKC. The students were formally recognized during the Missouri Reception at the ASHP Annual Midyear Meeting. This award helps the students offset the costs of representing their schools at the ASHP Clinical Skills Competition, held annually during the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.
Thomas J. Garrison Award- Amy Sipe
Best Practice Award- Journey McCarty, Pharm.D “Implementation of a Pharmacist Driven 72 hour Antibiotic Time-Out”
Best Residency Project Award- Haleigh Stolte, Pharm.D “CAM I aCUtely Change Your Mind: A Pharmacist Driven Approach to Reducing Delirium”
Alex Meyr “Risk of nephrotoxicity associated with vancomycin in combination with piperacillin-tazobactam or cefepime”
Danica Balbach “Evaluation of prothrombin complex concentrate use in patients with bleeding events associated with warfarin, apixaban, or rivaroxaban at a community hospital”