National Office HAS MOVED to:
PO Box 761388
San Antonio, TX 78245P: (210) 383-7381F: (210) 579-1059
Signatura Submission Deadlines:
- Sunday, Sep 30th, 2012
- Friday, Nov 30th, 2012
- Thursday, Jan 31st, 2013
- Sunday, Mar 31st, 2013
- Friday, May 31st, 2013
Updated Power to End Stroke Supplemental Guide
Blood Pressure Machine Request Flyer
Student Lexi-Comp Discounts
The National Pharmaceutical Association is dedicated to representing the views and ideas of minority pharmacists on critical issues affecting health care and pharmacy; as well as advancing the standards of pharmaceutical care among all practitioners.
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SNPhA is dedicated to serving our communities needs. Community projects are uniquely designed projects that may go beyond our current initiative goals and may be completed throughout the year. They could include collaborative health fairs, “Brown Bag” service and education, raising money for charity or a number of other ideas that can serve the underserved in our communities. Chapters will be awarded points based on project participation.
Ideas Submitted by Chapters for SNPhA Initiatives
The CAPs program is designed to allow SNPhA chapters to collaborate on projects, share information, and increase communication by providing a medium to establish and strengthen networks. It is in the best interest of each chapter to communicate and assist each other in achieving their particular goals and objectives for the year. Each chapter should take advantage of this program to strengthen, share, and network with their colleagues.
CAPS Program 2012-2014CAPS Participation Reporting Form
Project Chair: Michael "Danny" JeanContact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A nationwide project to improve health, education and social environment of minority communities with respect to HIV/AIDS awareness, education and prevention. Chapters will be awarded points based on outreach events promoting awareness.
HIV/AIDS Informational Websites
Manuals: Remember the Ribbon HIV/AIDS Planning Guide
- This planning guide is an important read and includes links to online resources and also the initiative reporting form and RTR event requirements.
Project Chair: Neha PatelSubmit forms to: email@example.com
An educational opportunity to display your pharmaceutical knowledge, patient assessment skills, and application of these skills in a mock patient scenario by analyzing and identifyng pharmacy related issues while applying an appropriate pharmaceutical care plan. The objective of the competition is for each student to learn the significant contributions the pharmacist can have on patient care in the healthcare arena. The Clinical Skills Competition now occurs at both regional meetings and the SNPhA National Convention held every July.Patient Counseling Module2011 Regional Clinical Skills Competition Information2011 Clinical Skills Competition Practice Case 1 (to be posted soon)2011 Clinical Skills Competition Practice Case 2
Coordination: Michael "Danny" JeanContact: firstname.lastname@example.org
SNPhA has partnered with the American Stroke Association (ASA) on the Power to End Stroke/Smoking Cessation initiative. Chapters will be awarded points based on outreach events promoting awareness.
Power To End Stroke National Website
World Stroke DayPTES-HBPPTES_Diabetes
PTES Powerpoint PresentationPTES Supplemental Guide
Blood pressure monitor request form
Beat The Pack Guidance
Beat the Pack KICKOFF TOOLS
Beat the Pack MEETINGS IN A BOX
Project Chair: Aisha MasoodSubmit forms to: email@example.com
SNPhA and Abbott Renal Care are collaborating on a new initiative to increase awareness on the risk factors and disease states that can lead to chronic kidney disease (CKD). Chapters are awarded points based on patient screenings, distribution of health information, and awareness during National Kidney Disease Awareness Month every March. The World Kidney Day website is www.worldkidneyday.org and an informational video can be found on their website.American Association of Kidney Patient Brochure Order Form (FREE!)
Download Informational BrochureCKD Resource GuideKidney Walk Schedule
Project Chair: Juanita BruceSubmit forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a dual initiative focusing voting registration among underrepresented minorities and on immigration issues affecting the nation. Chapters will be awarded points for any events such as voting registration drives and citizenship drives or information distribution events.Get Informed and Get Involved! www.congress.orgTrack bills, votes, and legislators in the US Congress www.opencongress.orgState Specific Election Voting Project Chair: Melvin Roberts Jr.Submit forms to: email@example.com
This program is an immunization awareness campaign designed to increase the public’s knowledge about immunizations, while increasing the number of adults who receive immunizations. Chapters will be awarded points based on outreach events promoting awareness.
Shot at Life Material:
Concept Note SNPhA Shot at Life 2013
Operation Immunization Manual
Operation Immunization Packet:
Notification of Vaccination Letter
Vaccination Administration Record for Adults
Vaccination Administration Record for Children and Teens
Catch-up Immunization Schedule for persons aged 4 months through 18 years old
Recommended immunization schedule for persons aged 0 through 6 years (2012)
Recommended immunization schedule for persons aged 7 through 18 years (2012)
Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule (2012)
Screening Checklist for Contraindications to Vaccines for Children and Teens
Below is a link to the CDC's 2012 Immunization Schedule for adults, pre-teens and teens, children, and influenza.After you click each link there is downloadable chart in PDF format, this is a great teaching tool when educatingpatients on what immunizations they are supposed to have. http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/events/niam/default.htm
Project Chair: Marion Clark II Submit forms to: marionclarkII@snpha.org
The prevalence of diabetes is increasing among adults and children in the United States. As of 2011, 25.8 million people (8.3% of the population) in the U.S. have diabetes, and an estimated 79 million people have prediabetes. Because diabetes remains largely undiagnosed (7.0 million people) and prevalent among our underrepresented populations, SNPhA actively educates patients on lifestyle changes, medication therapy, self care, and appropriate monitoring. Chapters are awarded CIC points based on health screenings, community outreach, and patient education. Resources and event calendars are available at www.diabetes.org and www.worlddiabetesday.org.
Link for the Step Out CalendarProject chair: Cheng YuetSubmit forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing Address: PO Box 761388 San Antonio, TX 78245 | Email: email@example.com | Phone: (210) 383-7381 | Fax: (210) 579-1059
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