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Commission to Implement Change in Pharmaceutical Education 

The Commission to Implement Change in Pharmaceutical Education was charged in July 1989, with the task of developing a series of recommendations to guide pharmacy education as it evolves to meet the changing demands of the profession, the healthcare system and society. As a principal means of carrying out its charge, the Commission issued the below series of background papers and recommendations for consideration and acceptance by the AACP Board of Directors and the AACP House of Delegates and implementation by AACP.

What is the Mission of Pharmaceutical Education? - Background paper one.

Entry Level, Curricular Outcomes, Curricular Content and Educational Process - Background paper two.

Entry-Level Education in Pharmacy - Background paper three.

The Responsibility of Pharmaceutical Education for Scholarship, Graduate Education, Fellowships, and Postgraduate Professional Education and Training - Position paper four.

Maintaining our Commitment to Change - Background paper five.

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