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With the increased visibility of concerns over the pharmacy workplace environment appearing in the media and other forums, MPA is moving forward with the creation of the MPA Task Force on the Pharmacy Workplace Environment. The Task Force will be looking at all pharmacy practice settings. The charges include to review existing Institute for Safe Medication Practices guidelines and/or recommenda...

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The Michigan Pharmacists Association would like to thank you for your ongoing contribution to our mission - providing support, advocacy and resources that ultimately improve patient care, safety, health, and the practice of pharmacy.  As many of you know, after 36 years of service to the Association, our current CEO, Larry Wagenknecht, has announced his retirement date of January, 2021. ...

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Jesse Hogue, Pharm.D., Bronson Methodist Hospital, Kalamazoo, 2019-2020 Michigan ASHP Delegate The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) will convene its 72nd Annual Session of the House of Delegates virtually (it’s a whole new world!) this June to address an agenda that includes considering 25 policy recommendations and a statement, receiving board and committee repor...

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Stephen Smith, B.S. Pharm., Chief Pharmacy Officer Karmanos Cancer Institute, Detroit and MSHP Treasurer We are creatures of habit. We enjoy the constancy and consistency of our normal day-in and day-out routine. Introduce any significant change into that routine and “Hey, you moved my cheese.” or “Why did you change something that wasn’t broke?” We are in the ...

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Peggy Malovrh Pharm.D., BCPS, Sparrow Hospital, Lansing The annual MSHP Student Luncheon was held Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020, during the MPA Annual Convention & Exposition (ACE) in Detroit. With 130 registered, the function was well attended by student pharmacists from all three colleges of pharmacy in Michigan, as well as a few out-of-state students. Each table had the capacity of eight ...

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