Innovations in Teaching Competition

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Innovations in Teaching Competition
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Innovations in Teaching Competition 

The purposes of the Innovations in Teaching Competition are to identify innovative teaching and learning strategies and assessment methods, provide an opportunity to engage faculty in a process of documenting their scholarly approach to teaching and learning, and provide an opportunity for selected faculty to present their work during a special session at the AACP Annual Meeting in July of each year. Each of the three faculty selected to present their innovations are provided a stipend to defray the costs of registration, travel and accommodations to attend the Annual Meeting.

Application Information

The application process for the 2015 award cycle is now closed.

AACP is now accepting applications for the 2015 Innovations in Teaching Competition. You may submit your application for this award by completing the online submission form no later than February 27, 2015, at 5:00 p.m. EST. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Assa-Eley.

2015 Innovations in Teaching Competition Description and Requirements

2015 Award Winners

Marshall Cates
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy
Innovative Course: Mental Illness and Treatment in the Movies

Philip Empey
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
PGx Test2LearnTM - Advancing pharmacogenomics education in the core PharmD curriculum through student personal genomic testing

Shannon Reidt, Kristin Janke, Keri Hager, and Jim Beattie
University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy
When Drug Literature Evaluation Isn’t Enough: Implementing a Longitudinal Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Sequence with a First-Year Milestone EBM Assessment

There were also two Innovations in Teaching Honorable Mentions:

Craig Cox
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy
Behind the Numbers of a Preceptor Mini-Series: A Proven Approach to Preceptor Development

Lauren O’Donnell
Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy
The Emerging Microbe Project: Synthesis of Microbial Identification and Clinical Case Studies in an Infectious Disease Course

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