Create a video with your student chapter to describe the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration to improve patient care!
Videos can be as simple (recorded on your iPhone) or as elaborate (using video editing software) as you want to make them, as long as they are under 5 minutes. Submissions can be done in a creative, original or humorous way (think parodies and commercials!).
The ultimate goal should be to creatively educate the average person on the potential role of health-system or hospital pharmacists and how they impact patient care.
Congratulations to the 2015 Video Contest Winner, University of Illinois at Chicago - Rockford, for their video, Top Health:
The ICHP Professional Affairs Division has created a Student Internship Toolkit for members to use in developing an internship program in their institutions. In addition, Professional Affairs has included information which students may find helpful.
Benefits and Drawbacks from the Student Perspective
Internships in Illinois - ICHP
For more information on student internships, including sample task lists and job descriptions, go to the Student Internship Toolkit on the Member Resources and Toolkits page.
College Connections (Published in KeePosted™)
IFN Interprofessional Event by Aisha Alsliman, PS2, ICHP Philanthropy Chair, Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy
Midwestern University's ICHP Philanthropy Committee hosted an interprofessional brown bag medication event at the Islamic Foundation North mosque in Libertyville, IL, on February 28, 2016. In addition to a brown bag, ICHP set up sleep hygiene education, smoking cessation education, and a free blood pressure screening booth to further address the needs of the community... To read the full article, visit KeePosted Volume 42 Issue 03.
Providing Tools for Success of First-Year Pharmacy Students in a Three-Year Program by Cony Hartnett, PS3, SSHP Webmaster/Historian; Camille Andrews, PS3, SSHP Treasurer; Jordan Faison, PS3, SSHP President
While numerous factors play a role in the success of a pharmacy student, the appropriate tools can provide first-year students with a solid foundation upon which to build professionally. To meet this need, the Student Society of Healthy Systems Pharmacy at the Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy decided to focus our professional development project on facilitating the preparation of newly admitted pharmacy students to succeed in an accelerated three-year program. We gauged the need and interest of students and collaborated with campus and clinical faculty to implement... To read the full article, visit KeePosted Volume 42 Issue 03..