President's Message from Davina Dell-Steinbeck, PharmD, BCPS
“Don't make resolutions without an action plan. The secret to success is right in your hands.” - J. Allen Shaw
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.” - Elizabeth Andrew
“Many hands make light work.” - Chinese Proverb
“Only by giving are you able to receive more than you already have.” - Jim Rohn
Since I am an RPD and my new residents start in July, I always view July as a time to review the past year. I think about both personal and professional goals and if I’m on track for achieving them. If I’m not, I try to come up with a plan so that I will succeed. I recently completed this exercise for myself, for my residency program, and for MSHP. When reviewing the 2019-2020 MSHP Strategic Plan, I saw some items that didn’t get completed, and we will work on accomplishing those this year. I also saw all the amazing things that we did get completed, such as planning a virtual spring meeting, restructuring both the education and programming committee and the communication committee, and approving a guidance document for Tech Check Tech. One of the things that I noticed was that we had a lot of the same volunteers doing the work. MSHP could use more volunteers. Many hands make light work. Getting involved in a committee is a great way to begin your involvement with MSHP.
I encourage you to take the time to reflect on your professional goals. Are you meeting them? Have you thought about getting involved in MSHP? I know that I have gotten back so much more than I have given.
Here is a list of our committees and contact information for the chairs:
Public Policy – Nathan Hanson - Nathan.Hanson@HealthTrustPG.com
Membership – Kristin Peterson - Kristin.Peterson@Mercy.Net
Website and Social Media – Bethany Baker – email@example.com
Education and Programming – Rebecca Nolen – Rebecca.Nolen@ssmhealth.com
Newsletter – Sarah Cook – Sarah.Cook@ssmhealth.com
Davina Dell-Steinbeck, PharmD, BCPS
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