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
Continue to advocate for health‐system pharmacy representation on the Board of Pharmacy.
Be more proactive with the Board2.
Increase hospital representation on the Board3.
Nominate qualified health‐system pharmacists for Board appointment consideration
Strategic Priority 2.
Continue to provide educational resources for all members and potential members at state and district meetings, as well as webinar offerings.
Continue to provide on‐line CE/webinars/programming2.
Offer ongoing webinar from BOP representatives rather than live presentation3.
Promote webinars on social media4.
Development Webinar Series for Leadership, Preceptors, etc.6.
Provide pharmacy technician education
Strategic Priority 3:
Encourage GSHP membership and involvement from all health‐system leaders of pharmacy.
Improve the ways that we provide networking beyond the monthly DOP calls2.
Consider expanding networking opportunities to include mid‐level and emerging leaders.
Strategic Priority 4:
- 4.1 : Maintain a high level of member satisfaction and engagement to include students, residents, new practitioners, and technicians.
Members’ survey each year2.
Improve transition for members who are moving into our state3.
GSHP student liaison to help serve as a bridge with schools of pharmacy4.
Offer discounted memberships, mentoring experiences, form a new practitioner group call or networking time5.
Executive board involvement with pharmacy school events6.
Evaluate poster and presentation timing to garner increased student and resident participation.7.
Consider grant program for research and projects at the individual and/or facility level.
Strategic Priority 5:
Promote continued expansion, sustainment, and leadership opportunities for members.
Create a leadership pipeline within committees2.
Create a resident/fellow board member position3.
Create a student representative position for each committee4.
Change name of the ‘student and residency committee’ to encourage student participation on other committees5.
Improve onboarding and transition through documentation of timing and processes for committee chairs.