The MSHP R&E Foundation has successfully completed the first occurrence of both our Resident Ground Rounds series and our Preceptor Development Series.
Information for the Resident Ground Rounds Series can be found here: https://www.moshp.org/event-4540419
This series is expected to run routinely (approximately every other week) for the next several months. We are excited to bring this offering forward to provide a vehicle for residents within the state to continue to hone their presentations skills as well as share new information with other pharmacy practitioners (pharmacists, technicians, and students) throughout the state. These sessions are available for CE through the Missouri State Board of Pharmacy.
Our first session of our new Preceptor Development Series occurred on October 26th with MSHP President Christina Stafford as our first presenter. The event was a success and will be continued with new presenters, different topics, and various presentation methods. Our goal is to offer this series quarterly, please look for more information via e-blasts in the near future.
Lastly, it is time to start thinking about nominations for the R&E Foundation annual awards. Nominations for our three awards (Best Practice Award, Tonnies Preceptor Award, and The Garrison Award) are currently open. The nomination/submission deadline is January 14th, 2022.
Information about each award and the respective criteria can be found below:
MSHP R&E Best Practice Award
The Best Practice Award recognizes innovation and outstanding performance in health-system pharmacy. A poster of the program will be highlighted during the Spring Meeting Poster Session.
Applicants will be judged based on the following criteria:
Applicants must be active MSHP members in a health-system setting such as a large or small hospital, home health, ambulatory clinic, or other health care system.
Award recipient will receive a $250 honorarium.
Submission Instructions: A program summary not to exceed 400 words must be submitted with the application and include the following information.
Tonnies Preceptor of the Year Award
MSHP R&E Foundation is pleased to honor a health system pharmacist for outstanding service to the profession as a preceptor to pharmacy students and/or residents. Below are the Criteria and Procedures to nominate a preceptor for the award.
The award will be presented to a health system pharmacist that exemplifies the core values (Professionalism, Desire to educate and share knowledge with students, Willingness to mentor, Willingness to commit the time necessary for precepting, Respect for others, Willingness to work with a diverse student population) and the following characteristics:
The Garrison award was established in 1985, named after Thomas Garrison for his long-standing support of MSHP (past-president 1974-1976), ASHP (past-president 1984) and numerous professional and academic contributions to Pharmacy. The Garrison Award is presented each year in which a deserving candidate has been nominated in recognition of sustained contributions in multiple areas:
Each letter of nomination must include:
Tony Huke, Pharm.D., BCPS
MSHP R&E Executive Director