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Justin P Arvin

Student Pharmacist (P2)

University of Cincinnati

Address: 411 Gruen Dr
Springfield, OH 45505
Email: jarvin@cedarville.edu

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Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Personal Development (Duplicate)
Today during the chapel hour I attended Dr. Peters' presentation on how to present a patient case to a physician or preceptor. He gave us several strategies for organizing the most relevant information for presentation, and how to sift through information to find what is most useful. He gave us a patient case to read through, but we didn't have enough time to go over it. This will make me a better pharmacist because it is preparing me for how to approach APPE cases I will be responsible for.
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Interprofessional Collaboration (Duplicate)
Today, Jinho, Matt and myself volunteered with STEPS with another Cedarville student who I did not know. We went to the Women's shelter in Dayton at St. Vincent's and mostly did motivational interviewing and BP screenings. I worked with a PA student named Heather who goes to the University of Dayton and we screened several of the women there. My heart hurt for them. Many were homeless and couldn't find healthcare that they needed. One of them shared about how here father had just died and her step-mom had banned his kids from the house, so she had nowhere to go. We did our best to provide them with resources for COPD care and mental health, but we are unsure if anything will come of it unless their case workers are able to better help them. This will make me a better pharmacist because it has given me an opportunity to help the underserved and work towards methods of better caring for them.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Interprofessional Collaboration
Today, Jinho, Matt and myself volunteered with STEPS with another Cedarville student who I did not know. We went to the Women's shelter in Dayton at St. Vincent's and mostly did motivational interviewing and BP screenings. I worked with a PA student named Heather who goes to the University of Dayton and we screened several of the women there. My heart hurt for them. Many were homeless and couldn't find healthcare that they needed. One of them shared about how here father had just died and her step-mom had banned his kids from the house, so she had nowhere to go. We did our best to provide them with resources for COPD care and mental health, but we are unsure if anything will come of it unless their case workers are able to better help them. This will make me a better pharmacist because it has given me an opportunity to help the underserved and work towards methods of better caring for them.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Personal Development
Today during the chapel hour I attended Dr. Peters' presentation on how to present a patient case to a physician or preceptor. He gave us several strategies for organizing the most relevant information for presentation, and how to sift through information to find what is most useful. He gave us a patient case to read through, but we didn't have enough time to go over it. This will make me a better pharmacist because it is preparing me for how to approach APPE cases I will be responsible for.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Leadership
Today I attended the University of Cincinnati Leadership Workshop at the University of Cincinnati campus. It was run by Jenelle Sobotka who is the director of leadership programs at UC. First, they gave us a short, interactive lecture about leadership and the qualities of leadership that distinguish the role from management. Then we broke up into groups and worked through a case study in which we had to design a program for a fictional clinic. Each group designated different roles and I chose CEO. So, I got to sit on the executive panel and accept or deny peoples' ideas. The interesting thing, was that the executive panel was made up completely of Cedarville students. This will make me a better pharmacist because it gives me more experience in a leadership role and the sometimes complex workings of the management process.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Interprofessional Collaboration
Tonight I attended the IPE Case Discussion at Wright State with Luke Mennen and Dr. Ballentine. I worked with two Med School students, two social work students, and a nurse practitioner student to assess a patient who presented to the ED with uncontrolled blood sugar. We collaborated way more efficiently than I thought we would and covered just about every base. It made me feel more confident in my abilities to work with others. At the end they gave us a certificate of completion, which I have uploaded with this reflection. This will help me become a better pharmacist because it gave me the opportunity to practice working with others in different healthcare professions.
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Spiritual Growth
Today I attended Jake Grasser's CPFI sponsored
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Innovation and Entrepreneurship
On March 26, 2018 I attended the SSHP Annual Networking Dinner. It was phenomenal. The food was amazing, the people and companies they represented were pretty interesting, and Dean Sweeney told our table about Amazon's future influence in the pharmacy market. Jenelle Sobotka was the keynote speaker who has worked at University of Cincinnati, Ohio Northern, and Proctor
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TB One Step March 2017

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Hepatitis B Positive Titer Results

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Personal Development
Tonight was the SSHP Day in the Life of a Hospital Pharmacist practice lab and it was as fun as it was educational. There were six stations, creatinine clearance and vancomycin dosing, TPN calculations, med reconciliation practice, prescription error correcting, patient counseling, and IV checking. It was a great opportunity to not only learn about what I will be doing next year in my IPPEs, but also a great opportunity to get to know some of the upperclassmen more. This will make me a better pharmacist because it has taught me what to expect on my hospital IPPEs and I can be better prepared for next year.
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Leadership
Tonight, AJ's dad, John Oliver shared his experience with leadership and the seven steps he holds as valuable components to developing leadership. During his presentation, I was noticing a pattern between his and Dean Sweeney's presentation earlier this morning. They both say that integrity and
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Leadership
Today, Emily Genet held the APhA-ASP P1 Leadership Hour in HSC room 226 and brought Dean Sweeney in as the guest lecturer. dr. Sweeney challenged us to have an open, perspective-oriented mindset, thinking about how we influence others as well as how they influence us. He talked about resisting apathy, and how resisting it can keep a person or group motivated in the long run. He challenged classic ideas of what a leader is and talked about the
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Personal Development
Dr. Bright came to speak with us this morning about managing our career and time. He spoke to us about the
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Service
Today, Jinho, myself, and Deanna went to the Xenia Juvenile Detention Center and gave a HOPE Presentation with a lady named Jackie. We used scripts that have been prewritten to guide us and showed them a slideshow with videos embedded in them. I actually learned a fair amount myself from the slideshow. I feel for these kids because they have rough backgrounds and are more prone to drugs and alcohol abuse, mental health issues, and a lack of Christian influence in their lives than other kids from affluent areas. I am so happy we got to talk to them and possibly help them, I will definitely be attending a second time. This will help me become a better pharmacist because it gives me experience with youth and it familiarizes me with addiction and drug abuse.
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Personal Development
Today Mrs. Ecker gave a presentation for APhA about how legislation works. She familiarized us with the legislative and lobbying processes, and she gave us a little bit of background about how bills become law. She overviewed the process of getting in touch with a representative from Ohio and discussed how as pharmacists we could make a difference. She also showed us the Schoolhouse Rock video of the bill on capitol hill and gave us a free booklet for NACDS. This will make me a better pharmacist because it gives me a familiarity with the legislative process and how I could possibly impact policy in the future.
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Hepatitis B Series Confirmation

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Service
Today during the chapel hour, we watched a presentation about missions trips in Honduras by Laryy and Angie Overholt. I am interested in going to Honduras because I have heard so many good things about the trip from Dr. Huston and other students, so naturally I was eager to listen to them. During the presentation they made it very clear that everything they do starts with the church and the Gospel, and I greatly appreciate that approach because to me, that is so true to life. From Jesus comes all good things, so I feel like that is a wise decision for them to make and I feel as though I can trust them as leaders. During the presentation they also talked about teaching and the nursing program. I am very passionate about education, because the world lacks a proper education, and I want to do something about that. That is my calling in life. I don't know how I know that, but God has communicated that to me somehow. I was very impressed with them, and I will be following up with Dr. Huston about going next year. This will make me a better pharmacist because it is an introduction into medical missions where I can properly serve for God in an area that desperately needs it.
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Spiritual Growth
This semester Jake held a devotional group for men in his townhouse (#14). Each week, we would read and discuss a chapter in Francis Chan's book,
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Professionalism
Dr. Staudt gave us a presentation on HIV and AIDS. First we played a quiz game on kahoot about some background knowledge concerning the disease. I learned alot, like how 1 in 7 people who have HIV don't know they have the virus (there is a latency period of about 10-15 years where a person can have the virus and it lays dormant in their system), or how Ryan White was a hemophiliac who contracted the disease through a blood transfusion and died in 1990. Then she talked about some of the drugs people take to prevent viral replication and one of the dual drugs is Truvada. This will make me a better pharmacist because I will be better familiar with HIV/AIDS drugs and try to be empathetic and compassionate with them because they really do have horrible complications once AIDS sets in and their immune system vanishes.
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Professionalism
Today Dr. Kimbrel was a guest at the APhA/SSHP Nerds of Nuclear Pharmacy joint meeting. She told us just about everything about her job and went over the basics of nuclear pharmacy. She told us that her shifts start at 11 pm and run into the early morning, and taught us about how nuclear drugs are
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Spiritual Growth
The Saline Training really opened my eyes to the circumstances of other peoples' lives. It was a really, really long day but it did help me realize where I don't prioritize God enough in patient care. I didn't really know any techniques before to help care for patients Spiritually, and for that, I am grateful for this experience. We learned how to identify faith flags and how to incorporate witnessing into patient care techniques. This will make me a better pharmacist because it will help me treat patients' spiritual needs as well as their physical ones.
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Personal Development
Basic life support and Stop the Bleed is probably one of the most useful things I will have the opportunity to learn in terms of being able to quickly help someone in mortal distress. In this session I learned how to stop fatal bleeding using a tourniquet and how to resuscitate someone using CPR and chest compressions. This will make me a better pharmacist because I will have training to save someone's life if I am ever in the situation where it is needed.
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Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Dr. Finely gave a presentation on how his products were invented and then marketed by BD. He showed us how the software for his software streamlined the process of making a custom IV for a patient and ensuring that it is made correctly. It was interesting to me, because since I have never worked in a hospital pharmacy, I didn't realize a system like that had not been invented yet. This will make me a better pharmacist because it better familiarized me with hospital equipment used to make IVs.
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Spiritual Growth
This past weekend we attended GMHC, the Global Missions Health Conference, in Louisville, Kentucky. I had a blast while I was there! I met so many medical professionals from all over the country and got to bond with the guys in my class and get to know them better. While I was there I attended all six sessions and all four plenaries. I learned so much about missions trips and what kind of organizations put missions trips together, and about medical problems and solutions people encounter in different situations. This will make me a better pharmacist because I learned valuable networking skills and developed a better understanding of medical missions and what they entail.
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Personal Development
Dr. Burdette gave a presentation today in room 205 about antibiotics and bacterial resistance to them. He explained that over the last thirty years there hasn't been much discovery of antibiotics and the market doesn't drive the development for new antibiotics. He taught us about what he sees in the hospital, and new drugs that target gram negative bacteria. He also touched on the epidemiology of recurrent antibiotic resistant strains, and New York city has one of the highest rates in the country. This will make me a better pharmacist because I will better understand how to approach patients with resistant strains of bacteria (I will know how to explore experimental options to treat them).
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Service
Today we went to the elementary school to teach the fifth graders about OTC med safety. We paired in groups of 2 and I paired with a P2 named Hannah. We had a group of fifth graders whose names are Eli, Ryan, Dalton, Chloe, Annabelle, Piper, Ayden, and Matt. They were a lively bunch and asked us about all kinds of topics that ranged from cancer to heart attacks to med school and pharmacy school and nursing school. We taught them to only take medicine their parents or a doctor has told them to take, and to give anything they find on the ground to an adult. We taught them how to read the label and what kind of information to find on it. This will make me a better pharmacist because I will better understand how to interact and communicate with children, especially in terms of medicine and the limits of their understanding.
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Professionalism
I attended the SSHP residency showcase. They had two directors from residency programs come in and talk to us about what they are looking for in a resident and what types of qualifications they are looking for as well. Afterwards, they brought in four residents and two of them were from Cedarville. I learned that Cedarville has a stunning reputation for producing amazing residents. It was very informative because I am interested in pursing a pediatric or oncology residency in the future. This will make me a better pharmacist because it allowed me to better understand my options when pursuing a residency, which will directly affect my education.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
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Current Curriculum Vitae as of 11-1-17
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Curriculum Vitae as of 11-1-17
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Interprofessional Collaboration
Tonight Dr. Sullivan hosted the CPFI ethics debate about how to handle the opioid crisis in America. Dr. Eng and Dr. Clauson represented both sides of the debate, one being a rehabilitation approach and the other being a crime
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Professionalism
Tonight was the APhA-ASP/SNPhA diversity night and I got to hear some really cool stories about other cultures. Ankit made tons of authentic Indian food and was explaining to me a little about Indian culture and cuisine (I have always LOVED Indian food, I go to Diwali in Springfield every year). And I listened to Dr. Amos talk about Nigeria. This will make me a better pharmacist because I will be able to think more about the cultural context of a patient's background, which will help me to care for them better.
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Professionalism
Dr. Bates gave us a presentation during our chapel hour that explained how different patients can be different kinds of learners (auditory, visual, note takers, etc.). Dr. Bates seems be very knowledgable about these kinds of things as he gave us a presentation during orientation about different personality types, and what he says makes sense, because some things are very confusing for patients and it's hard to know the best way to educated them every time. This will make me a better pharmacist because I will be able to reach patients on a level that will ultimately help them based on their learning style.
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Innovation in Pharmacy
Mr. Boyd gave a presentation over innovations in pharmacy. He discussed managing addiction therapy, telepharmacy, and amazon delivering medications via drones. Managing addiction therapy is something I could see myself doing, and I think I could have a valuable impact in that field. I come from Springfield, and there is so much addiction there, I think I understand it more than many people do.
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Professional Development Plan
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CV
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Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Although I could not attend the full hour and a half session because of the Kappa Psi meeting, I still met with the rest of the Org and we went outside and took pictures and I got to help take pictures while also being in them. It was a great deal of fun. As a pharmacist, collaboration is a necessity. Just the small act of taking each other's pictures is us working together, and whoever is taking the picture will be left out. As a pharmacist, we will all have to know when it is appropriate to make a sacrifice in order to help our coworkers, whether it be time, energy, or something small like taking a picture. The goal is to communicate effectively to one another.
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TB Two Step Test
I do not have TB as shown by this two step test I received in July 2017
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Intern License

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Stop the Bleed Certification
Completed 8/26/17 Renewal Date: 08/2019
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BLS Certification
Completed 8/26/2017 Renewal date 08/2019
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Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Although I could not attend the full hour and a half session because of the Kappa Psi meeting, I still met with the rest of the Org and we went outside and took pictures and I got to help take pictures while also being in them. It was a great deal of fun.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Dr. Finely gave a presentation on how his products were invented and then marketed by BD. He showed us how the software for his software streamlined the process of making a custom IV for a patient and ensuring that it is made correctly. It was interesting to me, because since I have never worked in a hospital pharmacy, I didn't realize a system like that had not been invented yet.
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Leadership
This conference workshop was beneficial for me because it gave me the opportunity to think about how I will approach conferences. It gave me the idea to start making business cards.
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Professionalism
This meeting wasn't as fun as APhA's meeting, but I still really like what is involved in it, because I am interested in hospital pharmacy. I joined SSHP and signed up for their professional development stuff. I have yet to discover what is involved in that.
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Professionalism
I had a lot of fun at this meeting. It was Disney trivia night and they had pizza from Dominos. I joined APhA that night and got involved with the marketing stuff. I am currently responsible for sending out Pumpkin Patch reminders on 10/7 for APhA.
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Spiritual Growth
The Saline Training really opened my eyes to the circumstances of other peoples' lives. It was a really, really long day but it did help me realize where I don't prioritize God enough in patient care. I didn't really know any techniques before to help care for patients Spiritually, and for that, I am grateful for this experience.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
Personal Development
Basic life support and Stop the Bleed is probably one of the most useful things I will have the opportunity to learn in terms of being able to quickly help someone in mortal distress.
Academic Service: Justin P Arvin
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Health Insurance Card (Front)

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Bloodborne Pathogen Training 2017

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Student Privacy Training 2017

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Medicare Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Training 2017

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HIPAA Security Training 2017

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HIPAA Privacy Training 2017

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Hepatitis B Titer and Vaccination Record

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TB Test

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Flu Shot Record 2017
Received Flublok from Drug Mart (egg allergy)
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Click to expand Resume & CVUpdated: 08-21-17
Resume & CV: Justin P Arvin
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