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.
OSHP members, this site was created with you in mind to inform, to allow you to create and maintain an accurate and informative profile, and to connect with your fellow members.
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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
- Continuing Education programs
- Legislation tracking, testimony and newsletter updates
- Social events
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Membership Spotlight: Agnes Vasko CPhT-Adv, CSPT
Local Affiliate Chapter/SSHP: LAC Central Ohio Society
Current Position: Lead Pharmacy Technician at OhioHealth Pharmacy Compliance & Learning
What is the best part of your job? The best part of my job is the people I work with. I enjoy traveling between care sites, connecting with my peers, and working on projects and process improvements as a part of a multi-disciplined team.
How are you involved in OSHP? What is the biggest benefit of your membership? I got involved with OSHP in 2015 when the pharmacists I worked with at Doctors Hospital told me about the organization and invited me to the annual meeting. The biggest benefit is networking! I love to meet people in the pharmacy field and connect and exchange ideas.
What are your hobbies/what do you do for fun? All four of our kids are grown, so my husband and I enjoy camping, discovering new parks, hiking, and biking. I also enjoy cooking and baking.
Anything else we should know about you? I was born and raised in Hungary and moved to the United States in 2000. I am a proud grandma of our two-year-old grandson, Atlas.