Pharmacy Resident Research Presentations
“Predictors of Antipsychotic Polypharmacy in an Acute-Care Teaching Hospital.”
“An Observational Trial Using Procalcitonin to De-Escalate Antimicrobial Therapy in
Patients with Sepsis and Pneumonia in the Intensive Care Unit.”
Immediate Past President:
“Prospective Evaluation of a Tool-Guided Approach to Venous Thromboembolism Risk
“Correlation of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Nasal Colonization with
Culture Results in Critically Ill Patients.”
“Red Blood Cell Length of Storage and Development of Deep Vein Thrombosis in Trauma
“Impact of Rocuronium Administration on Time to Target Temperature in Patients
Treated with Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest.”
“Retrospective Evaluation of Melatonin, Zolpidem, Trazodone, and Temazepam on the
Incidence of Delirium in Hospitalized Elderly Patients.”
CE Chair: R.S.V.P.
Akron Area Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Business Meeting and Continuing Education
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Newsletter of the Akron Area Society of Health-System i armacists – Organized 1947 A Message from the President
released to the Colleges of Pharmacy in Ohio.
Jessica has also identified a subcommittee to
assist her in evaluating the applications.
John Moorman, President Elect, reported that
GI am happy to report that our the Faithful Servants Care Center in Tallmadge
is up and running and looking for volunteers. If
students all across the state. I wish to express
you are interested in volunteering, please
my gratitude to Ronda Ambroziak and Amanda
Benedetti for assisting in selecting our
scholarship winner. Their efforts and willingness
Scott Wisneski, Treasurer, reported balances in
to assist reminded me that the power and
the checking and savings accounts of $4,087.90
greatness of our organization rests not with the
executive committee, but in the dedication of
the membership. No man is an island. Serving
Melanie Ensley, LAC, reported that registration
our organization as president this year has
information for the annual meeting was mailed.
inspired me to recognize the utility and strength
of teamwork. I am grateful for the opportunity.
reported that Kyle and Amy Gustafson will
present on their mission trip to Ghana on 4/18.
I am excited to see the direction in which our
On 4/20, the organization will participate in
new leadership will take us. I have complete
Adopt-A-Highway on I-76. Aleta thanked the
confidence in John Moorman and Chris Paxos to
faculty and staff for donating items for the
motivate and lead by example. I know they
annual raffle. Tickets for the items will go on
have the needs of our organization in their
sale in May. Finally, NEOMED SSHP is scheduled
to participate in the AMSA Health Fair on 4/27.
I look forward to seeing everyone at our May
Erin Onder, CE Coordinator, introduced the
showcase and bid you a wonderful summer.
Again, thank you for this marvelous opportunity
Pharmacotherapy Specialist in Endocrinology,
who presented, “Transitions in Care in
Diabetes.” Erin reported the May meeting will
once again showcase the local area pharmacy
resident research projects for two hours of
April Meeting Highlights Next Meeting: September 10, 2013 Have a great summer!!!!
membership to the April meeting. Jessica
stated that the AASHP scholarships have been
Stay tuned for the AASHP Summer Social!!!
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