Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Webinar Description: This webinar focuses on two sessions to assist faculty from a scholarship perspective. The first half of the webinar is intended to help new faculty "excavate " scholarship from their practice sites by capitalizing on the resources available. Participants will learn from a mid-career clinical faculty member how to identify projects, maximize available resources, and the benefits of collaboration The second half of the webinar will provide guidance and pearls to new faculty interested in applying for the AACP New Investigator Award.
Scholarship within your Practice site session:
Identify opportunities for scholarship within your practice site
Identify collaborators within the participant's practice site who can contribute to projects
Describe the benefits of maximizing practice site resources to generate scholarly works
Explain the AACP New Investigator Award: purpose, benefit, and eligibility
Outline essential strategies to create a successful NIA research proposal
Kristin C. Klein, PharmD, BCPPS, FPPAGClinical Associate Professor and Clinical Pharmacist SpecialistUniversity of Michigan College of Pharmacy and Michigan Medicine
Amelia K. Sofjan, PharmD, BCPSClinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Houston College of Pharmacy
Nicole Lodise, PharmD, TTSProfessor, Pharmacy Practice Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Documents: Webinar Slides
Date: June 10, 2015
Webinar Description: This virtual panel presentation for members of the Pharmacy Practice Section will provide tips on being a successful recipient of the AACP New Investigators Award led by past Pharmacy Practice Section awardees from years 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. The awardees will discuss their personal tips on proposal preparation, use of collaborators and mentors, overcoming their greatest challenges and general pearls of wisdom. Additionally, the panel will answer questions from the audience.
Learn the history, purpose and goals of the New Investigator's Award
Describe how to adequately prepare for a successful NIA proposal submission
Discuss tips on how to write a successful NIA proposal
Identify potential challenges in writing a NIA proposal and ways to overcome them
Describe the suggested role of collaborators and mentors for a NIA project
Dave Dixon, PharmD, BCPS, CLS, AACC, FNLAAssistant ProfessorVirginia Commonwealth School of Pharmacy
Ginah Nightingale, PharmD, BCOPAssistant ProfessorJefferson School of Pharmacy, Thomas Jefferson University
Andrew Bzowyckyj, PharmD, BCPS, CDEClinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Missouri Kansas City
Mary Vilay, PharmDAssistant ProfessorUniversity of New Mexico College of Pharmacy
Lakesha M. Butler, PharmD, BCPSClinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy PracticeSouthern Illinois University Edwardsville
Topic: Developing a Scholarship Plan for Pharmacy Practice Faculty Members – How to Get StartedDate: May 28, 2014
Objectives: To provide guidance to pharmacy practice faculty members about different methods to establish and maintain their research and scholarly efforts towards promotion.Presenters:
Valerie A. Coppenrath, Pharm.D., BCPSAssistant Professor, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Michael W. Neville, PharmD, BCPS, FASHPClinical Associate Professor, University of Georgia College of Pharmacy
Steven C. Stoner, Pharm.D., BCPPChair and Clinical Professor, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy
Russell B. Melchert, Ph.D., R.Ph.Dean and Professor, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy
Dr. Coppenrath is an assistant professor at MCPHS University. She has been a member of AACP since 2009 and has served on the Scholarship/Research Development Committee and Programming Committee for the Pharmacy Practice Section.
Dr. Neville is the Director for the Skills Laboratory at the University of Georgia. He has been a member of AACP since 2008 and has served on the Programming Committee for the Pharmacy Practice Section, chair of the Faculty Development Committee for the Pharmacy Practice Section, and chair of the Laboratory Instructors SIG. He was in the 2010 – 2011 cohort of the Academic Leadership Fellows Program.
Dr. Stoner has served since 2008 as the Chair of the Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration at the UMKC School of Pharmacy in Kansas City, Missouri. He is Board Certified in Psychiatric Pharmacy, is a past president of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, a past secretary of the AACP Council of Sections, Chair of the Pharmacy Practice Section Programming Committee, and the Chair-Elect of the Pharmacy Practice Section. He was in the 2005-2006 cohort of the Academic Leadership Fellows Program.
Dr. Melchert has served since 2010 as the Dean of the UMKC School of Pharmacy in Kansas City, Missouri. Prior to that, Dr. Melchert served as the Chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. Melchert is an active member of AACP and he was in the 2005-2006 cohort of the Academic Leadership Fellows Program.
Topic: Pharmacy Practice Innovations: Best Practices in Care Transitions
Document: Best Practices in Care Transitions Date: June 27, 2013 (Thursday) Time: 4 p.m. Eastern Time
To provide examples of innovative, pharmacy services aligned to transitions of care and medication therapy management.Presenters:
Michelle Cudnik, Pharm.D.Michelle Cudnik is an associate professor in the department of pharmacy practice at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) College of Pharmacy with a joint appointment in the department of Internal Medicine in the College of Medicine. Her main teaching responsibilities focus on Diabetes Mellitus, Women’s Health and Evidence Based Medicine. She is the clinical lead pharmacist in the Internal Medicine Center at Summa Health System in Akron, Ohio and former manager of the Summa Anticoagulation Management Service. She has a collaborative practice agreement with the Internal Medicine Faculty and focuses on the management of diabetes, hypertension and anticoagulation therapy within a certified patient-centered medical home. She has been instrumental in developing the PCMH model and enhancing the model for transitions of care within this predominately, indigent clinic in Akron, Ohio. Her research interests include diabetes management, medication reconciliation, adherence/affordability of medications for patients and transitional care models.
John Moorman, Pharm.D., BCPSJohn Moorman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) College of Pharmacy, and is a Pharmacotherapy Specialist in Endocrinology at Akron General Medical Center in Akron, Ohio. His responsibilities include direct patient care in both inpatient and outpatient care settings, as well as transitional care services in diabetes management. In addition to his clinical services, he provides learning opportunities for pharmacists, pharmacy residents and pharmacy students at Akron General Medical Center. His academic responsibilities include didactic lectures throughout the Pharmacotherapy Sequence at NEOMED, specifically in the areas of diabetes mellitus, adrenal/pituitary disorders, and osteoporosis. Dr. Moorman is currently President-Elect of the Akron-Area Society of Health-System Pharmacists, and is a member of the Ohio and American Societies of Health-System Pharmacists, and the American and Ohio Colleges of Clinical Pharmacy. Moderator: Charles Taylor, Pharm.DDean and Professor of Pharmacy PracticeNortheast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) College of Pharmacy
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