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Deadline-Poster Submissions Spring Meeting

Call for Poster Presenters at the GSHP Spring Meeting 2019

 This is your opportunity to share your results with pharmacy colleagues from around Georgia at the GSHP Spring Meeting Poster Session in Savannah on Saturday, March 9, 2019. Posters highlighting innovative services, evaluations and pharmacy practice model change initiatives are especially encouraged. Encore presentations from national meetings (ASHP, ACCP, etc.) are accepted.  Presenting a peer-reviewed poster is an ideal professional development activity for preceptors, both seasoned and new practitioners, residents and students. The primary (first) poster presenter must be a GSHP member and results must be included on abstract to be accepted.  Research-in-progress abstracts with background and methods only will not be accepted for the poster awards but can present.  Pharmacy students and residents are especially encouraged to participate.   Students and residents presenting posters will receive free meeting registration if they are the primary (first author) on the poster.  Please let us know if you are able to attend the entire program or Saturday only). 

The GSHP Education Committee will be evaluating ALL posters submitted for recognition and designation as "Outstanding GSHP Poster".   There will be three categories recognized: 1) Best Pharmacy Student Poster; 2) Best Pharmacy Resident Poster; 3) Best Pharmacy Practitioner Poster based on the credentials of the primary (first) author.  One student, one resident, and one practitioner poster will each win an award based on the highest combined abstract and poster scores. Winners will each receive a plaque and $200.

The scoring rubric by which the posters will be judged will be available on the GSHP website.     

The deadline for submission of abstracts is at 12:00 Noon on February 15. 

To submit your poster abstract, or for questions, contact Marjorie Phillips, GSHP Poster Session Coordinator at: mphillip@augusta.edu 

Each abstract email submission must be entered on the abstract form (abstract example) and contain the following:

1)    Brief descriptive title (use title case)

2)    Author information. Include full name, professional credentials and institutional affiliation (i.e., health care organization or college name) author(s), email address for corresponding author/presenter.

3)    Body of the abstract with the following headings: Purpose, Methods, Results and Conclusions.  

4)   The submitted abstract must fit on the attached form and be no more than 300 words.

5)    Abstract should be written using calibri font and should be 11-point font.  Do not include tables, graphs, or illustrations in abstract.  Spell out all pharmaceutical acronyms and special symbols (e.g., < or >).  

6)    Include which poster category applies (should be based only on first author's credentials)

  • Pharmacy Student Poster

  • Pharmacy Resident Poster

  • Pharmacy Practitioner Poster

7)    Include submission type

  • Descriptive report - describes new, improved, or innovative roles or services in pharmacy practice, or case report.

  • Evaluative study report - describes original research including clinical research, drug effects in humans, drug use evaluations, and evaluations of clinical pharmacy services

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6:00 PM18:00

GSHP NE GA District Meeting in Gainesville


ANDEXXA is indicated for patients treated with rivaroxaban and apixaban, when reversal of anticoagulation is needed due to life-threatening or uncontrolled bleeding.


THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2019 @ 6:00 PM










For RSVP info contact sglass@gshp.org

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GSHP Committee Day
9:00 AM09:00

GSHP Committee Day

GSHP invites you to serve as a member of one our committees during the 2019 year! 

GSHP's mission is to help our members become better practitioners.  We work towards
fulfilling our mission every year through education of our members via district meetings,
statewide meetings, newsletters, and our website; fostering professional standards; educating
the public about the role of health system pharmacists; monitoring legislative issues that affect
pharmacy; and by promoting health system pharmacy as a career path for future
pharmacists.  The majority of our Society's work is done by member volunteers working
through our committees.  You can play a vital role by serving on one of our committees.  

1.   What will you get out of it? 

An opportunity to make yourself known by networking with other pharmacy leaders across the state and to give back to our profession.  In addition, it provides a venue for you to bring new ideas to the organization. 

2.     What is your commitment? 

It can be as little as giving your input during our upcoming Committee Day on Saturday, January 5, 2019, participating in conference calls, or taking on specific assignments depending on your interests and time.   

GSHP has a variety of committees to meet your interests.  The following is a description of the functions of each committee.  If you are interested in serving on a committee for GSHP, please click on the link below:  


If you were a member of a committee last year, please also click on the link and confirm your
participation for this year.  

Committees will meet on Saturday, January 5, 2019 from 9am to 12 noon at Eagles Landing
Country Club in Stockbridge, (directions).  If you cannot attend  Committee Day, you can still
serve on a committee.  The Committee Chair will contact you regarding upcoming meetings or
other opportunities to participate. 


COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: The Communications Council and Editorial Board is
responsible for the direction, development, and quality control of all GSHP publications,
including the GSHP web site. 

EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS: The Educational Affairs Committee is responsible for planning,
coordinating, and evaluating educational content of the 3 statewide GSHP meetings.   

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS: The Legislative Committee is responsible for informing the GSHP
membership and Board of Directors of important legislation and regulations and how they will
impact pharmacy practice in organized health care settings in Georgia. 

ORGANIZATIONAL AFFAIRS: The Organizational Affairs Committee reviews and analyzes
the GSHP organization and make recommendations to increase its effectiveness. It also serves as a liaison between GSHP and other professional organizations. 

PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS: The Professional Affairs Committee provides recommendations to
the Board of Directors on policies and actions to be taken by GSHP on issues of professional

PUBLIC RELATIONS: The Public Relations Committee provides the public with information and awareness of GSHP's mission and values through a variety of forums and media. GSHP's publics include, but are not limited to: patients/consumers and their families, industry, other healthcare professionals, organized healthcare executives, academia, pharmacists, technicians and other pharmacy support staff, and other pharmacy professional organizations.   

STUDENT and RESIDENTS COMMITTEE: The Student and Residents Committee provides input to GSHP on how to get students interested in health-system pharmacy practice and how to get them interested and involved in GSHP.   

Make a commitment to get involved with a GSHP Committee.


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11:45 PM23:45

GSHP -Deadline to Nominate for ASHP House of Delegates


All pharmacist ASHP members from Georgia are eligible to nominate, be nominated, and vote for delegates and alternates to represent Georgia at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) 2019 House of Delegates. 

Individuals wishing to nominate themselves or another ASHP member for the slate of candidates are invited to submit names by email, by December 15, 2018, to: Steve Glass (sglass@gshp.org) Executive Director.

Three (3) delegates and up to three (3) alternate delegates will be elected.

The House of Delegates will meet in person on two separate occasions at the 2019 ASHP Summer Meetings in Boston, MA from June 8-12, 2019.

Additionally, there will be two virtual House meetings in March and November 2018.

The three candidates receiving the most votes will become delegates, with the remainder being elected as alternates.  A simple majority is required for election. 

For further information, please contact the GSHP office at (850) 906-9206 or email sglass@gshp.org

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