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Experiential Education Section 

Patricia L. Darbishire (Purdue University) Chair
Maryann Z. Skrabal (Creighton University) Chair-elect
Wesley A. Nuffer (University of Colorado ) Immediate Past Chair
Angela Brownfield (University of Missouri-Kansas City) Secretary


EE_section_webinar-16-12-02.pdfEE_section_webinar-16-12-02Sean Clark
EE_section_webinar-16-03-15.pptxEE_section_webinar-16-03-15Sean Clark
EE_section_webinar-16-01-28.pptxEE_section_webinar-16-01-28Sean Clark
AACP ExpEd Webinar_4_20_15.pdfAACP ExpEd Webinar_4_20_15Terry Ryan
AACPqualreswebinarslides12-9-14.pdfAACPqualreswebinarslides12-9-14Terry Ryan
2013 July Newsletter.pdf2013 July NewsletterAllan Lee
2012 Dec ExpEd Section Committee Charges (12-13).pdf2012 Dec ExpEd Section Committee Charges (12-13)Allan Lee
2008 ExpEd Section Meeting Presentation.pdf2008 ExpEd Section Meeting PresentationAllan Lee
registration.htmregistrationAllan Lee
ExperientialEducationStandingRulesProc.pdfExperientialEducationStandingRulesProcAllan Lee
ExpEdSectionRulesofProcDraft.pdfExpEdSectionRulesofProcDraftWhitney Zatzkin
ExpEdSectionRulesofProc.pdfExpEdSectionRulesofProcWhitney Zatzkin

Mission Statement

The mission of the Experiential Education Section is to promote excellence in experiential education. In support of the mission, the objectives of the Experiential Education Section are to:

  • Develop, maintain and support a network of Academy members who are involved with, or interested in, professional experience programs.
  • Identify opportunities, issues and concerns relating to the development, administration and evaluation of high quality professional practice experiences for students.
  • Disseminate best practices in experiential education by encouraging scholarship.
  • Foster innovation in professional experience programs to prepare competent pharmacy practitioners.
  • Provide opportunities for leadership and professional development for members.
  • Advocate for members.

Standing Rules of Procedure

 Experiential Education Documents

2011 Mar Professionalism Newsletter2011 Mar Professionalism Newsletter.pdf

Last updated on: 4/25/2017 10:58 AM 

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 Past Webinars

Experiential Education Webinar 6 - Interprofessional Education in Experiential Education
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Experiential Education Webinar 5 - Program Effectiveness: How to know if you have a successful Experiential Education Office
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Experiential Education Webinar 4 - Coordinated Preceptor Development in Colorado in a Non-consortium model
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Experiential Education Webinar 3 - Remediation in Experiential Education for Professionalism and Behavioral Issues
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Experiential Education Webinar 2 - Assessing Members' Needs: Preparation for the AACP Annual Meeting
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Experiential Education Webinar 1 - Ongoing Preceptor Development and Assessment
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