The poster finalists out of 70 reviewed abstracts
We would like to acknowledge all our poster presenters for their dedication and hard work for the research submitted to NJSHP. In reviewing 70 abstracts 5 were selected as poster finalists.
Thank you for your continued support and participation in the organization.
NJSHP would like to thank the following people
In the NJSHP Annual Awards of 2020 there were 9 winners across 8 categories
Membership Interest Survey Raffle Winners
Congratulations to Juliet Reiter and Betty Luor!
We appreciate the feedback we receive from all of our members that responded to the survey!
The Board of Pharmacy and the Department of Health have information on COVID-19
Tri-State Health-System Pharmacy Summit 2020
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
Tarrytown, NY 10591
Registration: 7:30 AM
Please plan to attend.
A letter to the NJBOP
To our members:
I am pleased to announce that the New Jersey Society of Health-System Pharmacists (NJSHP) is advocating on behalf of our members on key issues that matter to you. NJSHP drafted and approved a letter to be sent to the New Jersey State Board of Pharmacy (NJBOP) to inform them of concerns related to the new/revised/postponed USP chapters and the NJBOP regulations. We will be working closely with the NJBOP on key issues with the goal of achieving better alignment with USP and state regulations as well as ensuring transparency of the expectations of the board to ensure New Jersey pharmacists and pharmacies remain compliant with the federal and state compounding laws. See enclosed letter to the NJBOP. Stay tuned for more information…
Presented by Philip Coco, Pharm D at Saint Peter's University Hospital
A large percentage of Americans are taking herbal supplements simultaneously with prescription medications. These supplements pose the risk of interactions with other medications. Pharmacists should be knowledgable and familiar with the potential interactions these supplements may exhibit with prescription medications, how they should be managed, and how patients should be counseled. Patients admitted to the hospital are often taking alternative medications and they are often continued during the hospitalization. Pharmacists should have a strong understanding of the potential drug interactions as they may potentially contribute to the patient's clinical status.
NJHA, 760 Alexander Road, Princeton, NJ - from 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
NJSHP North Chapter Meeting - 04/25/19
This Chapter meeting was presented by Dr. Bircher, MS, PharmD, AACC, FNLA, BCPS-AQ Cardiology, CDE, CLS