Series Description: This webinar series focuses on the basics of leadership development and orients academicians to foundational concepts in leadership development for pharmacy education. While the second webinar will build upon material presented in the first webinar, participation in the first webinar is not a prerequisite for participation in the second webinar. In an effort to meet the needs of a diverse audience, an opportunity is provided for participants to give input on desired content to the presenters prior to each webinar.
Documents: Student Leadership Development Action Plan
Date: Friday, April 10, 2015
Webinar Description: Student leadership development has been identified as a desired outcome of pharmacy curricula in the 2013 Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education (CAPE) educational outcomes. This webinar will explore foundational concepts that are critical to evolving student leadership development (SLD) in curricula. Beginning with some foundational concepts and exploring the big picture of what we are trying to accomplish, active participants in this webinar will consider questions and actions to inform next steps. Participants will leave this webinar with a list of steps to initiate an action plan for the creation or revision of student leadership development curricula at their institution.
Andrew Bzowyckyj, Pharm.D., BCPS, CDE Clinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City
Andrew P. Traynor, Pharm.D., BCPSAssociate ProfessorConcordia University Wisconsin
Michael Nelson, Ph.D.Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical SciencesRegis University
Webinar Description: This webinar will build upon foundational leadership development concepts by exploring elements critical to a strong student leadership development (SLD) program. Topics discussed in this webinar include conceptual models/frameworks useful for longitudinal integration of SLD into the curriculum (e.g. Servant Leadership, Transformational Leadership), learning strategies that develop leadership skills, options for instructor development, and strategies for assessment of SLD outcomes. Active participants in this webinar will be able to finalize an action plan for the creation or revision of student leadership development curricula.
Kristin Janke, Ph.D. ProfessorUniversity of Minnesota
Documents: Webinar Slides
Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Webinar Description: Imagine coming to work each day where inspiration, curiosity, trust, achievement and engagement are the norm. What impact would that have on your School? This concept does not just exist in our theoretical ideals. The empirically-based discipline of positive psychology shows us how to thrive and create this environment in our professional and personal lives.
In this webinar, you will learn how to begin to concurrently create job satisfaction and life satisfaction, grow innovation, creativity, productivity and achievement through collaboration, inspiration and authenticity, and focus on strengths and positive emotion instead of weakness, remediation and self-justification.
Moderator: Michael Nelson, Ph.D.Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical SciencesRegis University, School of Pharmacy
Topic: Leadership SIG Business Meeting
Topic: Demonstrating Pharmacy’s Contributions towards Achieving Improved Therapeutic, Safety, Humanistic and Economic Outcomes: Successful Examples, Lessons Learned, and Future Directions.
Transforming our healthcare system to one that provides better health, health outcomes, and access to care, requires leaders who: 1) advance health care through clinical excellence, 2) actively contribute to design/redesign more effective and cost-efficient models of care, 3) promote health in their communities, 4) display organizational leadership, 5) participate in advocacy and policy development, and 6) advance discovery, research, and scholarship. Student pharmacists, residents and graduate students can play a key role in expanding the capacity and “diffusion” of best practices by learning how to successfully, transform, document, advocate and sustain innovations in their chosen field. Schools should in their training programs provide learning experiences that promote creative approaches in addressing evolving needs and opportunities.Webinar Objectives:
Marie Chisholm-Burns, PharmD, MPH, MBA, FCCP, FASHPDean and Professor, College of PharmacyProfessor of Surgery, College of MedicineUniversity of Tennessee Health Science CenterMargarita DiVall, PharmD, MEd,BCPSAssociate Clinical ProfessorDirector of AssessmentSchool of PharmacyNortheastern UniversityKeith D. Marciniak, PharmacistAPhA Senior Director, Student & New Practitioner DevelopmentModerator:Nanci Murphy, BPharm, PharmDAssociate Dean, Executive HeadOffice of Academic and Student ProgramsUniversity of Washington School of Pharmacy