American Society of Health-System Pharmacy – UB Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists (SSHP)

SSHP is an organization that promotes active student membership in local, state and national health-system organizations, stimulates student interest in health-system pharmacy / academia careers, encourages students to pursue post-graduate residency training, and facilitates career development and professionalism among students.

President: Jared Gilbert
President Elect: Aleksandra Lomakina
Secretary: Stefani Papzaharias
Treasurer: Emanuel Jaffe
Director of Communications: Sierra D'Ettore
Policy Chair: Olivia Denny
P3 Class Officers: Alana Martin, Dennis Vanini
P2 Class Officers: Sierra D'Ettore, Casey Patrick
Faculty Advisor: Nicole Cieri-Hutcherson


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SSHP WelLness Clinic

Students from SSHP hosted a wellness clinic at a local senior center.  The students took time to explain the Vial of Life Program to patients.  This program allows emergency personnel to access the necessary medical information to provide the best care to the patient.

SSHP Pharmacy Student Mixer

SSHP hosted a Student- Pharmacist mixer at Brick House Tavern + Tap to allow students to hear about the profession first hand.  Students were able to talk to pharmacists in a casual environment to learn more about what it is like to be a pharmacist, the different career options within the field, and ask any questions that the students may have had.

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Trivia Night: UB vs D'Youville

SSHP hosted their annual trivia night this past spring in a battle against students from D'Youville. Teams of students, residents, and pharmacists worked together to answer questions submitted by pharmacists. Coming down to a final cardiac question, UB came on top.

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SPPS students took time out of their busy schedules to brighten the day of hospitalized children.

SPPS organizations Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS) and the Student Society of Health-systems Pharmacists (SSHP) hosted their annual Valentine's Day card event at the Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo (WCHOB).

Students spent a week in early February making over 50 cards to deliver to children admitted to the hospital.

WCHOB child life coordinator Tara Young assisted the students in delivery of the cards.