MSHP is pleased to host our fifth annual Student Leadership Workshop on Saturday, June 15, 2019.
The workshop will be held from 8:00am – 1:00pm at The Johns Hopkins Bayview Asthma & Allergy Clinic. All pharmacy students are welcome to attend! The goal of this workshop is to spark awareness of and interest in leadership opportunities in our community and profession.
All students are invited to participate - you do not need to present a poster in order to attend.
Student registration is $25 for non-members and $15 for MSHP members.
8:00 am – 8:30 am: Breakfast and registration
8:30 am – 9:00 am: Welcome, introductions and ice breaker activity
9:00 am – 10:30 am: ASHP Forecast Report Presentations
10:30 am – 10:40 am: Break
10:40 am – 11:30 am: Student Workshop on ASHP Forecast Report
11:30 am – 11:50 am: Large Group Wrap Up
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Student posters
Attendees will also have the opportunity to present the work that they have accomplished within their respective school of pharmacy organizations and communities. We recognize that pharmacy students are involved with important and innovative activities that promote the profession of pharmacy and provide patient care. We invite attendees to share their work by creating poster board presentations. By sharing information regarding student led activities, we hope that attendees will find ways to develop their leadership skills, improve upon similar activities, learn about new activities to implement and identify opportunities to collaborate with one another.
Past presentation topics include:
- Developing a graduate teaching certificate program
- Creating a pharmacy student led, technician certification review program
- Creating a mentorship program for student leaders
- Creating and maintaining student led CPR training courses
- Implementing Spanish counselling practice sessions
*These activities should be examples of student led projects that engage others (i.e. patients, providers, pharmacists, students, etc.) and advance the practice of pharmacy and patient care.
If interested, students shall submit a summary of one to three unique and successful leadership activities that they have been involved in during pharmacy school. The summary shall be no more than two pages total (for up to three summaries), double spaced, size 12 font, and 1-inch margins. Summaries shall be submitted via the online registration form no later than April 15, 2019. Selected students will be notified through email and assigned one activity to present either individually or as a group, i.e. with other student attendees from their college of pharmacy who also worked on the same activity. You do not need to present a post in order to attend the meeting.
CLICK HERE to submit a proposal.
- If selected, student(s) will be responsible for purchasing the poster board and materials to create a poster board presentation (i.e. Elmer’s trifold project display board (corrugated or foam), 36x48. Available at Target or Michaels).
- There are no formal guidelines on how to design the poster board – it should describe the assigned activity and provide enough information for other attendees to understand the activity, including but not limited to the goals, target population, methods to carry out the activity, outcomes, lessons learned, opportunities for improvement, etc.
David Chen, RPh, MBA
David Chen is the Senior Director for the ASHP Section of Pharmacy Practice Managers and the ASHP staff liaison for the Section’s Executive Committee and member groups. He joined ASHP in September 2004, and had previously served the role as Director of Pharmacy at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, MD, including the Kessler/Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital. Prior experience includes different Director of Pharmacy roles in Texas and Florida and central operations supervisor for the University of Maryland Medical Center Pharmacy. Additionally, he was a Regional Marketing Manager for the west coast and Regional Recruiter for the northeast with Owen Healthcare, Inc. (now part of Cardinal Health). He received his B.S.Pharm. from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and completed the Director-in-Training program for Owen Healthcare, Inc in Texas. He earned his M.B.A from the Loyola University Maryland. His responsibilities with ASHP include working with pharmacy leaders in multi-hospital health systems, coordinating pharmacy leadership and management resources with Section members, developing ASHP’s annual Conference for Pharmacy Leaders, assisting with the ASHP Foundation’s Pharmacy Forecast, and supporting achievement of the Practice Advancement Initiative (PAI).
Dr. John D Hill, PharmD, MS, BCPS
Dr. Hill is the Division Director for Central Pharmacy at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. A native of Missouri, John received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He completed a 2-year Health-System Administration residency at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Hill received his Masters of Science in Health-System Pharmacy Administration from Northeastern Ohio Medical University. His interests include pharmacy operations, automation, productivity, and utilization of data in quality improvement. He is currently serving as the Chair of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacy (ASHP) New Practitioners Forum Executive Committee.
Dr. Mamta Parikh, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP
Dr. Mamta Parikh is an Assistant Professor at the Notre Dame of Maryland University and a practicing pharmacist in the Inpatient Psychiatry Service at Sinai Hospital. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University and completed a two-year psychiatry residency with the VA in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dr. Parikh has a strong interest in substance abuse disorders. She is heavily involved with Notre Dame’s Opioid Response Program and currently teaches a substance abuse elective. In addition, she led the implementation of a SBIRT training within Notre Dame, which teaches learners practices to effectively identify and provide early intervention treatment to people at risk for substance use disorders.
Dr. Dorela Priftanji, PharmD, BCPS
Dr. Dorela Priftanji earned her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at the University of the Sciences. She is in her second year of the two-year Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is also completing a Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Priftanji has served on the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) New Practitioners Forum Practice Advancement and Advocacy Advisory Group, was a student representative on the ASHP Commission on Affiliate Relations, and currently serves on the ASHP Section of Pharmacy Practice Managers Advisory Group on Leadership Development.