Date: Thursday, March 30, 2017
Documents: Webinar Slides
Two speakers will present from two different institutions in regards to their experience in developing, implementing, and teaching the Pharmacists' Patient Care Process (PPCP) into the pharmacy laboratory curriculum.
Each speaker will present in the following predefined format: Name of School; Type of pharmacy lab curriculum (3 vs 2 vs 1 year); Target pharmacy student; Description of time, number of instructors involved, IT systems used; What and how it is taught; Assessment and feedback methods; What went well, what didn't go well, and lessons learned.
The length of the webinar will be 60 minutes, in which 30 minutes will be designed to share information and 20 minutes for discussion amongst the participants and Q&A.
Laura E. Knockel, PharmD, BCACPClinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Iowa College of Pharmacy
Bill J Bowman, Ph.D., R.Ph.Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical SciencesMidwestern University, College of Pharmacy - Glendale
Min Kwon, PharmD, BCPSAssistant ProfessorNotre Dame of Maryland Universityhttp://aacp.adobeconnect.com/p318n4y1uyy/
Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Webinar Description: During this Webinar, the types of standardized patients available for use, processes to recruit and train standardized patient and various ways to use standardized patients in clinical skills lab will be discussed. Participants will be provided information on how to expand the use of standardized patients beyond assessment purposes.
Kierstan Hanson, PharmD, BCPSDirector of Laboratory ExperiencesAssistant ProfessorManchester University
Brittany Riley PharmD, MS, BCPSClinical Assistant ProfessorDirector of ResidenciesMarshall University
Krista L. Donohoe, PharmD, BCPS, CGPAssistant ProfessorVirginia Commonwealth University
Date: Monday, April 18, 2016
Webinar Description: With the widespread use of electronic health records (EHRs) in today’s healthcare systems, it is essential for students to be prepared to effectively and safely use EHRs upon graduation. In order to meet this goal, pharmacy students should be introduced to EHRs in the classroom setting. The most commonly used EHRs in US Schools of Pharmacy will be described and ways these systems have been incorporated into pharmacy curricula will be discussed. Recommendations and first hand experience on how to start using EHRs in the pharmacy classroom will also be provided.
Kimberly Elder, PharmD, BCPSAssistant Professor, Clinical and Administrative SciencesSullivan University College of Pharmacy
Kali VanLangen, PharmD, BCPSAssociate Professor of Pharmacy PracticeFerris State University
Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Webinar Description: This webinar will discuss how curricular mapping was used for the redesign of sequential comprehensive skills-based laboratory courses to ensure learning objectives and pre-APPE readiness are achieved according to the ACPE accreditation standards and CAPE outcomes. We will discuss the use of pharmacist and student focus groups that identified existing skills in which students demonstrate competence and skills that require further practice and instruction. The process of curricular and skills mapping used during the redesign process to ensure sequential instruction of pharmaceutical care skills and assessment of student performance will be reviewed. The webinar will conclude by discussing the process used to evaluate the impact of course changes.
Susanne Barnett, PharmD, BCPSAssistant Professor University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy
Casey Gallimore, PharmDAssociate Professor University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy
Andrea Porter, PharmDAssistant Professor University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy
Kimberley J. Begley, PharmD, RPhAssistant Professor of Pharmacy PracticeCreighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
Topic: Using a Systems-Approach to Assessment in the Laboratory Setting
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When: Wednesday, Oct 8, 2014, 2:00 – 3:00pm EST
Presenters: Karen R. Sando, Pharm.D., BCACP, CDEClinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Florida College of Pharmacy
Dr. Sando joined the faculty at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy in September 2010. She received her Pharm.D. from the University of Florida in 2008 and went on to complete a PGY-1 with an emphasis in ambulatory care at the University of Florida in 2009. Following residency, she worked as a clinical pharmacist at Shands Jacksonville offering clinical pharmacy services in diabetes, anticoagulation, and pain management. Since joining the faculty at UF, Dr. Sando has co-coordinated the Pharmaceutical Skills Lab Course for 3rd year pharmacy students. She also teaches ambulatory care topics (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gastrointestinal diseases, diabetes, tobacco cessation) in the Pharmacotherapy course series in the UF COP curriculum. Dr. Sando maintains a practice site at UF Health Family Medicine at Old Town and supervises APPE students and directs a PGY-2 residency program in Ambulatory Care. She recently earned Board Certification as an Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP) in 2013 and has maintained certification as a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) since 2010. Dr. Sando has been actively involved in AACP and the Laboratory Special Interest Group since 2012. She currently serves as the co-chair of the Laboratory SIG Assessment Committee and is working on a project to standardize and validate common rubrics used in patient care laboratory courses. In 2012, Dr. Sando and her colleague Dr. Randell Doty received the AACP Innovations in Teaching Award for an interactive game used to teach medication history taking to 2nd year pharmacy students (http://www.ajpe.org/doi/pdf/10.5688/ajpe775105). This year, Dr. Sando recently presented a mini-session on use of virtual patients at the AACP Annual Meeting in Grapevine, TX.
Elizabeth Skoy, Pharm.D., RPhAssistant Professor of PracticeNorth Dakota State University
Dr. Skoy is an assistant professor of practice at North Dakota State University. She joined the College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Sciences in 2009. She received her Pharm.D. from North Dakota State University in 2007, and worked as a pharmacy manager for Walgreens pharmacy in Ames, Iowa. During her time in Iowa, she offered medication therapy management services and traveled around the area organizing immunization clinics. Currently, Dr. Skoy teaches in the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory and Lecture series. Along with her colleagues, she teaches first, second, and third year professional pharmacy students skills such as nonsterile and sterile compounding, dispensing and consultation of prescription and nonprescription medications, medication therapy management, disease state management, immunization administration, point of care testing, and physical assessment. Dr. Skoy has also taught in courses related to pathophysiology of disease and over-the-counter and nonprescription medications. Dr. Skoy is active in assessment at the departmental, university, and national level. She is chair of the Doctor of Pharmacy Program Assessment Committee at North Dakota State University, and also serves on the University Assessment Committee. She is currently serving as the co-chair of the Laboratory SIG Assessment Committee where she is working with colleagues across the country to standardize and validate rubrics used in pharmacy laboratory courses. Dr. Skoy has been active in the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy since 2007, and is also an active member of the American Pharmacists’ Association.
Moderator:Rucha Bond, PharmD, PhC, CDEInterim Director of Experiential EducationAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative Sciences University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy
Topic: Publishing your education scholarship: Tips and tricks for maximizing the likelihood of success
When: Friday, May 3, 2013, 1:00 – 2:00pm EST
Objective: To provide insight into the publication process for educational scholarship along with insights regarding strategies for increasing success rates
Presenter: Kevin Eva, PhD
Dr. Kevin Eva is Senior Scientist in the Centre for Health Education Scholarship, Professor and Director of Educational Research and Scholarship in the Department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. He completed his PhD in Cognitive Psychology (McMaster University) in 2001 and became Editor-in-Chief for the journal Medical Education in 2008. He maintains a number of international appointments including the University of Maastricht (Netherlands) and the University of Bern (Switzerland) and has consulted broadly around the globe including advisory roles for the National Board of Medical Examiners (US) and the Medical Council of Canada. He is founding Co-director of the Maastricht-Canadian Masters of Health Professional Education program. His current research interests are broadly defined within the context of research into educational practices within the health professions. They include research into (1) The value and limits of subjective judgment, (2) The promotion and assessment of non-cognitive characteristics in professional practice, (3) The context specific nature of performance, (4) The conceptualization, nature, and use of self-assessment, (5) The psychological processes that impact upon one’s responsiveness to feedback, and (6) The nature of clinical expertise. Recent awards for this work include the MILES Award for Mentoring, Innovation, and Leadership in Education Scholarship from the Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference, the John Ruedy Award for Innovation in Medical Education from the Association of Faculties of Medicine in Canada, and the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Medical Council of Canada.
Moderator:Michael W Neville, PharmD, BCPS, FASHPClinical Associate Professor, University of Georgia
Topic: Scholarship of Teaching: Developing Research Ideas from Classroom Teaching
When: January 4, 2013, 1:00 - 2:00PM EST
Presenter:Adam Persky, PhD Clinical Associate Professor and Director for the Center for Educational Excellence in PharmacyUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Adam has a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences and is currently a Clinical Associate Professor and Director for the Center for Educational Excellence in Pharmacy at the Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He coordinates and teaches three courses within the School in pharmacokinetics and physiology. Adam has received several teaching awards within the School including Best Overall Instructor and he has been named an Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Teaching Scholar during the program’s inaugural year (2009-10). He is currently on the editorial board for the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, has nearly a dozen publications in the area of pharmacy education directly related to his teaching, and has given 30 presentations in the area of teaching and learning.
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