To help our members become better practitioners
To be recognized as the voice and resource for health-system pharmacy in the state of Georgia
Strategic Prioritiestrategic Priorities
Strategic Priority 1.1
Continue to advocate for health‐system pharmacy representation on the Board of Pharmacy.
Strategic Priority 2.
Continue to provide educational resources for all members and potential members at state and district meetings, as well as webinar offerings.
1. Continue to provide on-line CE/webinars/programming
2. Offer ongoing webinar from BOP representatives rather than live presentation
3. Promote webinars on social media
4. Ensuring CE activities are eligible for BPS CE requirements
5. Development Webinar Series for Leadership, Preceptors, etc.
6. Provide pharmacy technician education
Strategic Priority 3.3:
Encourage GSHP membership and involvement from all health‐system Directors of Pharmacy.
1. Have “Directors’ Dinners” for districts
2. Use the residents to engage the DOP’s
3. Improve the ways that we provide networking beyond the monthly DOP calls
4. Group/system discounts
Strategic Priority 4:
4.1: Maintain a high level of member satisfaction.
1. Members’ survey each year
4.2: Increase number of new practitioner members.1. Focus on new grads
4.3: Increase social media presence to attract new members.
1. Improve Social Media Presence
2. Increase LinkedIn activity
3. Highlight district meetings, residency programs, job opportunities
Strategic Priority 5.1:
Promote continued expansion, sustainment, and leadership opportunities for members.
1. Create a leadership pipeline within committees
2. Create a resident/fellow board member position
3. Improve social media presence
4. Create a student representative position for each committee
5. GSHP student liaison to help serve as a bridge with schools of pharmacy
6. Change name of the ‘student and residency committee’ to encourage student participation on other committees
7. Improve transition for members who are moving into our state