The Award for Excellence in Assessment recognizes outstanding Doctor of Pharmacy assessment programs for their progress in developing and applying evidence of outcomes as part of the ongoing evaluation and improvement of pharmacy professional education. Recipients of this award are provided with an opportunity to present their work during a special session at the AACP Annual Meeting in July of each year. Up to three awards are given and each winning applicant college/school is provided a stipend to cover the costs of registration, travel, and accommodations to attend the annual meeting.
Applications are now being accepted for 2017 Award for Excellence in Assessment. Submit your manuscript for this award using the online submission form.
In 2017, manuscripts will be prepared in accordance with guidelines for publication. While, submitting for the Award for Excellence in Assessment does not guarantee publication in AJPE, authors are strongly encouraged to submit their manuscripts to the peer review process as a research article or a research brief. For more information, please review the award description and evaluation criteria. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Assa-Eley.
The submission deadline is March 8, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. ET.
Pacific University Oregon School of Pharmacy David G. Fuentes, Jeremy A. Hughes, Anita J. Cleven, Jackson Ross, Fawzy Elbarbry, Ian C. Doyle, Mark A. Della Paolera, Brendan Stamper, Kelli CadeliniaPIE-RECAP: A Structured Reflective Journal Writing Model and Rubric to Guide Development of Self-Awareness and Actionable Plans for Positive Change
Northeastern University School of PharmacyJennifer Kirwin, Margarita DiVall, Danielle MillerEvaluation of a Systematic Curriculum Review Process and Impact on the Pharmacy Curriculum
University of Illinois at Chicago College of PharmacyKate Aument, Rosalyn P. VellurattilProgrammatic Evaluation and Quality Improvement: Designing and Implementing a Systematic Process for Assessing and Improving Faculty Peer Observations
Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy Nicia Lemoine, Tamara Ferry, Michael Brown Embedded Assessment: A Three Step Model for Continuous Improvement
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of PharmacyAshley Castleberry, Kathryn K. Neill (UAMS), Cindy D. Stowe (Sullivan University College of Pharmacy) CHARMing Feedback in Authentic Assessment
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy Beth A. Martin, Sarah E. Kuba, Michael E. Pitterle Outcome Tracker: A System of Embedded Assessments
2014California Northstate University College of Pharmacy (Abstract)Leanne Coyne, Karen McClendon, Parto Khansari, Tiffanie Ho, David PearsonThe University of Georgia College of Pharmacy (Abstract)Michael J. Fulford, Lindsey WelchUniversity of Maryland School of Pharmacy (Abstract)Lisa Lebovitz, Richard Dalby2013The Ohio State University College of PharmacyStuart J. Beatty, Katherine A. KelleyThe University of Rhode Island College of PharmacyNorma J. Owens, Celia P. MacDonnell, Marilyn M. Barbour, Eunsun NohSt. John Fisher College Wegmans School of PharmacyJane M. Souza, Jennifer L. Mathews, Richard F. O'Brocta2012University of MinnesotaKristin K. JankeThe University of OklahomaMelissa S. MedinaUniversity of PittsburghSusan M. Meyer2011Northeastern UniversityMargarita V. Divall2010Drake University College of PharmacyCharles R. PhillipsPacific University Oregon College of PharmacyPauline A. Cawley2009Wingate University School of PharmacyGreg L. Alston, Bryan L. LoveTouro University California College of PharmacyMitchell J. Barnett, Karl Meszaros, Karna McDonald, Heidi Wehring, David J. Evans, Debra S. Sasaki-Hill, Paul C. Goldsmith, Katherine K. KnappAuburn University Harrison School of PharmacySharon McDonough, Kristen L. Helms, Paul W. Jungnickel, E. Kelly Hester, Jan Kavookjian
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