The Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education (CAPE) panel generated the 2013 CAPE Outcomes which are now included as Standards 1-4 in the accreditation standards (eff. Fall 2016). The 2014-15 Professional Affairs Committee has examined the concepts of readiness to practice and the new patient centered pharmacy practice model. In addition, the Association of American Medical Colleges has released a set of “entrustable professional activities” (EPAs) to guide medical education. The 13 EPAs describe those activities medical school graduates should be able to perform without direct supervision the first week of residency training.
The 2015-16 Academic Affairs Committee will:
Identify the EPAs for pharmacy graduates as they transition from completion of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences into practice and post-graduate opportunities such as residency training.
Last updated on: 10/20/2015 9:30 PM