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									Student National Pharmaceutical

  “The voices of diversity, and advocates of change for
        healthcare in underserved communities”

                     2009 – 2010
     History At-A-Glance
SNPhA was founded in 1972 on the campus
of Florida A&M University. Students from
Florida A&M University united with students
from Howard University, Texas Southern
University, and Xavier University to form a
student organization that would promote
service to minority populations within their
communities. Since 1972, SNPhA has grown
from 4 schools to 64 pharmacy schools to
  “Serving the Underserved”
SNPhA is an educational service association of
pharmacy students who are concerned about
pharmacy and healthcare related issues, and the
poor minority representation in pharmacy and
other health-related professions.

Purpose: plan, organize, coordinate and execute
programs geared toward the improvement for the
health, educational, and social environment of
the community
• To offer student members the opportunity to
  develop leadership and professional skills

• To educate students about and promote active
  participation in national health care issues

• To develop the role of the minority health
  professional as a vital member of the health
  care team

• To develop within communities a positive
  image of minority health professionals

• To educate communities on better health
  practices and to increase their
  awareness and understanding of

Locate your chapter

Currently 64
SNPhA chapters

          Local Chapters

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National Pharmaceutical Association
 The National Pharmaceutical Association
 (NPhA) 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

       Membership Benefits
• Community service involvement
• Long-lasting network creation, and advancement
  in to NPhA organization
• Up to $50,000 in scholarship opportunities
• Hotel and car rental discounts
• Leadership and organizational development
• Career opportunities/guidance
• Regional and National Conventions
• The " Signatura" National Newsletter

          National Leadership
President                   Recording Secretary
  Bobby Price                 Arezo Noormohammadi
  Mercer University
                            Financial Secretary
President-Elect                Brittany Canon
  Eboney Hadnott               Virginia Commonwealth
  University of Incarnate      Uni.
                            Public Relations Liaison
Vice-President                Benjamin Le
  Obinna Izundu               Uni. of Illinois at Chicago
  Texas A & M
       Regional Facilitators
Region 1                 Region 3
Lynn Anyaele             Antonio Carson
Univ. of Charleston at   Univ. of Cincinnati
  West Virginia
                         Region 4
Region 2                 Nancy Chung
Tina Lee                 Texas A&M Univ.
Campbell Univ.
                         Region 5
                         Megan McCurdy
                         University of
                         California of San
                       Project Chairs
Bridging the Gap                    Power to End Stroke
Charlene Mayah                      Marquita Bradshaw
Hampton University                  Auburn University

Legislative Chair/Membership        Chronic Kidney Disease
Benefits                            Darrell McDuffie
Juan Lopez                          Campbell University
Mercer University
                                    Project Diabetes
Remember the Ribbon/ Operation      Darrell McDuffie
Immunization                        Campbell University
Thomas Rumph
Mercer University                   Clinical Initiative Chair
                                    Nicki Ghazanfarpour
                                    Uni. of California at San Francisco
            National Office
Executive Director         Associate Director
Carmita Coleman            Ashish Patel
            Executive Assistant
              Elaine Anderson
        4301 Broadway CPO #1203
          San Antonio, TX 78209
              (210) 883 – 1066
National Initiatives

            Project Diabetes
SNPhA is in strong support of Diabetes as one of our clinical
initiatives. Diabetes currently effects 23.6 million adults and
children in the United States. Roughly 25% of these patients are
unaware of their condition. In addition to these staggering
statistics Medicare has shown that at least 1 out of every 4
adults (~ 57 million people) are living with pre-diabetes. SNPhA
has accepted the challenge to educate patients on disease state
management, lifestyle modifications, medication therapy, and
monitoring related to Diabetes.
  Remember the Ribbon
 National HIV/AIDS Initiative aimed at
   towards promoting awareness,
education, and prevention of HIV/AIDS
      within minority populations.
    Operation Immunization
     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.
      Power to End Stroke
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.
     Chronic Kidney Disease
 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.
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.
     Upcoming Conferences
February 26 – 28, 2010
  Region 1 & 2 Conference
  Baltimore, MD (Hosted by Uni. of Maryland)
April 23 – 26, 2010
  Region 3, 4 & 5 Conference
  New Orleans, LA (Hosted by Xavier Uni.)
July 23 – 26, 2010
  National Conference
  Seattle, WA

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