Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Vice Chair of Experiential ProgramsTexas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Dr. Craig D. Cox is an associate professor of pharmacy practice and vice chair of experiential programs at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy in Lubbock, Texas. He received his Pharm.D. from Washington State University in 1999 and then completed a Critical Care Specialty Residency at TTUHSC SOP in 2000. As a faculty member since 2000, Cox has taught in multiple pharmacotherapy and case studies courses and has served as director of the two-year pharmacotherapy residency program from 2005-2009. He has been a member of a diversity of committees, including chair of both the continuing education and curricular affairs committees. As a member of the Texas Pharmacy Congress, Cox serves on the Texas Consortium on Experiential Programs which meets quarterly to discuss issues related to experiential education in the state of Texas.
Since 2005, as vice chair of experiential programs, he has been responsible for eight staff members and coordination of IPPE and APPE rotations across four distant campuses. He has played an integral role in transitioning rotation assessments from a paper-based to an electronic system at his institution. His current practice site is on the adult medicine ward at University Medical Center where he has provided six-week rotation experiences to more than 250 IPPE/APPE students and 20 PGY1/PGY2 residents. Cox has given preceptor continuing education programs at the local, state, and national levels. He helped lead the AACP Experiential Education Administrator Workshop in both 2010 and 2012.
For his role with experiential programs at his institution he has been awarded the AACP Crystal APPLE award recognizing excellence in experiential education in both 2007 and 2008. He served as the chair of the AACP Experiential Education Section for 2011-12 and is currently serving as the chair of the AACP Council of Sections and completing a three-year term on the AACP Board of Directors (2013-2016). His interests include improving the availability and quality of preceptor training programs and issues related to standardization of experiential rotations.
Director of Experiential Education and Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Washington School of Pharmacy
Dr. Jennifer Danielson is director of experiential education and assistant professor at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. She serves as the academic lead for the school on implementing interprofessional education curriculum. Her classroom teaching is focused on diabetes education and prevention, which stems from her practice background in the primary care and clinical ambulatory setting. Danielson coordinates a course in interprofessional teamwork, simulation, and practice, as well as leads a course on collaborative drug therapy management. She assists in the development and delivery of preceptor educational programs, and promotes pharmacists in developing new teaching sites. She has been instrumental in implementing a mentoring program throughout the curriculum and mentors students at multiple levels.
She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from Drake University and got her Pharm.D. at University of Colorado. She has spent most of her professional career in academia, serving as experiential education director at Oregon State University, Campbell University, and the University of Colorado prior to her time at the University of Washington. Danielson is an active leader in the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, first as chair of the Experiential Education Special Interest group in 2000 then as chair of the Experiential Education Section this year. She has published multiple works about advancement of experiential and interprofessional education in the pharmacy academic setting.
Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Professional Experience ProgramThe University of Iowa College of Pharmacy
Dr. Susan S. Vos is a clinical associate professor and director of the professional experience program at The University of Iowa College of Pharmacy. She serves as a preceptor for students participating in an academic experience as well as a global health experience for underserved patients in Punta Gorda, Belize, and has served as a preceptor for eight years for students and residents in the Pediatric Pulmonary & Allergy Clinic at The University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics. Her classroom teaching is focused on pediatrics, pharmacy practice, and leadership. Vos coordinates a pediatrics elective course and the first module in a series of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences, as well as teaches in various therapeutics modules related to pediatrics.
She assists in the development and delivery of preceptor educational programs, and promotes pharmacists in developing new teaching sites. And, she mentors students by serving as the APhA-ASP chapter advisor. She graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy in 2003. After graduation, she completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., and then completed a Pediatric Specialty Residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C. Vos is a member of the Iowa Pharmacy Association, American Pharmacists Association, AACP, and the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group and has held leadership roles with APhA, IPA and AACP.
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