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Ohio Society of Health-System PharmacY

OSHP Residency Showcase 2023
October 28, 2023

Residents Register Here

Students Register Here


Pharmacists, students, and technicians will not want to miss this meeting. This event will provide you with two days of quality continuing education programming including ONE hour of medication safety and ONE hour of Ohio jurisprudence, separate programming for students, residency showcase, networking sessions, exhibits, presentation of this year’s awards for excellence in practice, and the opportunity to network with your colleagues and meet old and new friends in fun and friendly surroundings.

Student Registration: Click Here


Tips for Students at the Residency Showcase 

  • Make a good first impression! Dress professionally.
  • Prepare a CV for distribution and bring business cards.
  • Do your homework. Outline sites you want to visit and familiarize yourself with that site prior to the big day. Certain sites offer several residency programs. Refer to OSHP’s website periodically for registered sites.
  • Be respectful of each program’s time. Have your questions prepared in advance.
  • If you don’t get the opportunity to speak with every program, ask if anyone from the program is available for further discussion at another time.

Participate in the Annual CV Review

  • Pharmacy students from ALL classes are welcome to sign up for a complimentary CV review conducted by experienced professors, pharmacists, and residents.
  • Students – If you’d like to have your CV reviewed, please submit a Word Document version of your CV using this link: CLOSED
    • CV Submission Deadline: CLOSED
    • What’s Next? You should receive revisions back by October 20th in time to make changes before the Residency Showcase!

Participating Residency Programs (end SEPT / beginning OCT update the website)

Current list of residency programs will be updated weekly

About the association

"The mission of OSHP is to optimize patient health by advocating for the advancement of pharmacy practice to promote comprehensive, quality care across the health-care continuum