OSHP is the organization in Ohio representing pharmacists, students, technicians, and associates with an interest in health-system pharmacy practice. Our goals are to enhance education, advocacy, professional guidance, recognition, and communications within our membership and to the public.
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OUR MISSION is to support its members by advocating for the pharmacy profession and promoting safe and appropriate medication use.
OSHP and your LOCAL AFFILIATED CHAPTER (LAC) offer ongoing support for the continuing development of your pharmacy practice through:- Focus on Ohio Pharmacy practice
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Membership Spotlight: Jessica Winter
Local Affiliate Chapter/SSHP: Greater Cincinnati Society of Health System Pharmacists (GCSHP)
Training/Certifications: PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Current Position: University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Critical Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, PGY2 Critical Care Residency Program Director
What is the best part of your job? Working with pharmacy residents and multidisciplinary team to increase confidence and knowledge of acute care pharmacotherapy. I love bedside teaching and real-life application of critical care topics.
How are you involved in OSHP? What is the biggest benefit of your membership? I am currently the liaison between OSHP and the GCSHP Chapter and a member of the Educational Affairs Division. I’ve had past roles in GCSHP as president and present-elect. I have had past roles in OSHP as Educational Affairs Director. The biggest benefit is being able to meet pharmacists, residents, and learners from around the state in practice areas different than my own. Networking and thinking about pharmacy on a larger scale including advocacy, recruitment, and state initiatives has been informative and helped me push my practice on a smaller scale in my day-to-day clinical job.
What are your hobbies/what do you do for fun? I like live music, trying good food and drink, traveling to new cities, walking tours, podcasts, and reading. I take an occasional pottery class to keep me humble and love the arts and supporting Cincinnati by attending local festivals around town.
Anything else we should know about you? I’m a proud West Virginian and WVU alumnus, but Cincinnati is my home now!