SNPhA | Student National Pharmaceutical Association

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The Student National Pharmaceutical Association (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. The Harrison School of Pharmacy has SNPhA chapters on both its Auburn and Mobile campuses.

The purpose of SNPhA is to plan, organize, coordinate and execute programs geared toward the improvement for the health, educational, and social environment of the community.

SNPhA meets monthly and offers programs of interest to student pharmacists. Student members have the opportunity to develop leadership and professional skills within our organization. SNPhA strives to educate students about and promote active participation in national health care issues. We offer a variety of active committees provide students opportunities to become more involved in the organization and the profession. These committees include:

  • 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
  • Legislative/Membership Benefits: This is a dual initiative focusing on voting registration among underrepresented minorities and on immigration issues affecting the nation
  • 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)
  • Diabetes: SNPhA has accepted the challenge to educate patients on disease state management, lifestyle modifications, medication therapy, and monitoring related to Diabetes
  • Power to End Stroke: SNPhA has partnered with the American Stroke Association (ASA) on the Power to End Stroke/Smoking Cessation initiative
  • Remember the Ribbon: National HIV/AIDS Initiative is aimed at towards promoting awareness, education, and prevention of HIV/AIDS within minority populations


2018-19 Auburn SNPhA Officers

Taylor Tabb

Taylor Tabb
President
Delegate
Remember the Ribbon Chair

Tommy Bidwell

Tommy Bidwell
Vice President

Alena Mitchell

Alena Mitchell
Secretary
Operation Immunization Chair

Susan Zhu

Susan Zhu
Treasurer

Eriel Cleveland

Eriel Cleveland
Fundraising Chair

Courtney Lee

Courtney Lee
Mental Health Status Chair

Emily Roper

Emily Roper
Power to End Stroke Chair

Ciara Thomas

Ciara Thomas
Diabetes Chair

Rachel Elston

Rachel Elston
Chronic Kidney Disease Chair

Salisa Westrick

Salisa Westrick
Advisor

Spencer Durham

Spencer Durham
Advisor


2018-19 Mobile SNPhA Officers

Amanda Alstatt

Amanda Alstatt
Co-President

Caitlin Henderson

Caitlin Henderson
Co-President

Cameron Clary

Cameron Clary
Vice President


Mary Crabtree

Mary Crabtree
Secretary

Matthew Bailey

Matthew Bailey
Treasurer

Shelby Stewart

Shelby Stewart
Historian


Quoc Pham

Quoc Pham
Service Chair

Allison Chung

Allison Chung
Advisor

Last Updated: July 19, 2018