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Friday, July 17

1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
PharmAdMIT Training for New Users
Academic Management Systems (AMS) will provide detailed training on the updated PharmAdMIT software for new users. Participants will learn how to set up the software for school-specific needs, navigate screens, create correspondence, import and export data, rank applicants, generate reports and more.
(Moderator) Jennifer L. Athay, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Lexi Losch, PharmCAS Team Leader, Liaison International, (Speaker) Chris Ferraraccio, AdMIT Product Support Specialist, Academic Management Systems


Saturday, July 18

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
AACP Wal-Mart Scholars Program Meet and Greet
An opportunity for the 2009 Wal-Mart Scholars and their mentors to meet and learn how to maximize their meeting experience.
(Speaker) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP; (President) Victor A. Yanchick, Virginia Commonwealth University

8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Teachers Seminar: Technology in Teaching
As 'digital natives,' today's students experience technology differently than previous generations.  This pre-session will address the promises and pitfalls of new classroom technologies in light of generational differences followed by an interactive workshop giving participants an opportunity to strategize about how to adopt particular pedagogical technologies. Participants should bring their own laptops with wireless capability for the interactive portion of the pre-session.
(Speaker) Patrick T. Jackson, American University; (Session Coordinator) Sudip K. Das, Butler University

8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Academic Leadership Fellows Program (ALFP) Symposium
By Invitation Only.
(Session Coordinator) Kenneth W. Miller, AACP; (Session Coordinator) Arlene A. Flynn, AACP; (Speaker) Robert E. Smith, Auburn University; (Speaker) Nance Lucas, George Mason University; (Speaker) N. Karl Haden, Academy for Academic Leadership; (Speaker) Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School; (Speaker) Patricia A. Chase, West Virginia University

9:00 a.m. - Noon
PharmCAS and PharmAdMIT Updates
Presenters will review PharmCAS and PharmAdMIT enhancements for the 2009-10 admissions cycle, trend data and survey results. PharmCAS Advisory Panel members will discuss strategies to effectively incorporate data and tools into the local admissions process. Participants will have an opportunity to share experiences and pose questions to the panel of staff and users.
(Moderator) Jennifer L. Athay, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Jennifer Clutter, West Virginia University

11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Academic Leadership Fellows Program (ALFP) Symposium Luncheon
Shared Memories

12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Teachers Seminar Luncheon

12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
PharmCAS Advisory Panel
Closed Committee Meeting

2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Criminal Background Check Pilot Program Meeting
Closed Meeting for Participating Schools

3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
New Faculty/FirstTimers
Attendees are invited to an informal session to share, learn and network with colleagues about the wonderful opportunities available during the AACP Annual Meeting.
(Speaker) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP; (Speaker) Victor A. Yanchick, Virginia Commonwealth University

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Council of Deans Administrative Board Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Council of Deans (COD) Administrative Board.
(Chair) Patricia D. Kroboth, University of Pittsburgh

3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Rho Chi Executive Council Meeting
Closed committee meeting
(Moderator) Karan L. Rascati, Rho Chi Society National President

3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Council of Sections Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Council of Sections, consisting of the section chairs, chairs-elect, and immediate past chairs.

3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Graduate Student Program: Positioning Yourself for Success
The transition from the student to the faculty role is an exciting time that is full of opportunities and challenges. This program will provide insights for student pharmacists, graduate students, residents, fellows and new pharmacy faculty on early career development and positioning yourself for a successful and enriching academic career.
(Moderator) Philip J. Medon, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; (Speaker) Jan Kavookjian, Auburn University; (Speaker) Kelly M. Smith, University of Kentucky; (Speaker) Alan R. Spies, University of Oklahoma; (Speaker) Reza Taheri, Loma Linda University

3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Council of Faculties Administrative Board Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Council of Faculties (COF) Administrative Board.
(Chair) Julianna E. Szilagyi, University of Houston

4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Catholic Pharmacists Mass
Everyone is welcome!
(Moderator) Edward M. DeSimone, Creighton University

4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Delegate Briefing
All Delegates are encouraged to attend for an overview of the business to be conducted at the 2009 AACP House of Delegates sessions and to review House policies and procedures.
(Speaker) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP; (Moderator) Rodney A. Carter, University of Minnesota; (Moderator) Lawrence M. Brown, The University of Tennessee

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Visiting Librarians Welcome
All interested Section members and officers are welcome to this meeting with the Grace and Harold Sewell Fund stipend recipients. New members will have an orientation to AACP Annual meeting programs and events. Instructions and information regarding requirements for stipend recipients will be offered.
(Moderator) Sue McGuinness, University of California, San Diego

6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
AACP Welcome Reception & School Posters
Show your school spirit by wearing your school's colors and logos. There will be two awards - individual and team - given to those who embody the best school spirit! Name badge required.

7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Academic Leadership Fellows Program Commencement
A culmination and celebration accomplishments for the Academic Leadership Fellows Program's fifth cohort.  Fellows are feted during a special commencement ceremony, marked by a certificate of completion and special mementos commemorating their individual and cohort success. By invitation only.
(Moderator) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP


Sunday, July 19


6:45 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.
Prayer Breakfast
(Moderator) Mary J. Ferill, Palm Beach Atlantic University, (Speaker) Marc A. Sweeney, Cedarville University

6:45 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.
Topical Roundtable I
Roundtable Topics: TBD
(Moderator) Sudip K. Das, Butler University

7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
First House of Delegates Sign-In
All delegates must register their attendence during this sign-in hour.

8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Opening General Session
Our opening keynote speaker is William Taylor, an agenda-setting writer, speaker and entrepreneur who has shaped the global conversation about the best ways to compete, innovate and succeed. Taylor will help us lead the healthcare revolution by ex­ploring the mavericks in all of us. His most recent book, Mavericks at Work: Why the Most Original Minds in Business Win, challenges readers to think bigger, aim higher and win more decisively. In his presentation titled Tough Problems, New Remedies: A Practically Radical Prescription for Healthcare Leaders, he will offer an agenda for leadership and change drawn from a wide range of healthcare innovators as well as from other industries.
(Speaker) William Taylor

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
First House of Delegates Session
All attendees are welcome to hear reports from AACP leaders and guests. Recommendations of the Bylaws and Policy Development Committee will be open for debate in townhall format.
(Speaker) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP; (Speaker) Rodney A. Carter, University of Minnesota

10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Administrative and Financial Officers SIG Program
Administrative and Financial Officers SIG is offering a one day program that offers ideas, innovations, and insights for business officers.  In addition to presentations on identification of comparative operational data, this program offers an opportunity, in an interactive environment, to discuss how other schools are dealing with budgets rescissions, and an opportunity to connect with our colleagues to share and understand best practices related to compensation structure, practice plans and other topics as time allows.
(Chair) Robert M. Duca, University of California at San Francisco; (Speaker) Ken Elmore, Boston University; (Moderator) Erin Delffs, The Ohio State University; (Speaker) Jessica Graner, Creighton University; (Speaker) Mike Patil, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; (Speaker) Gary Torrence, St. Louis College of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Beth Walker, University of New Mexico; (Moderator) Bill Cooper, University of Maryland; (Speaker) Mark Goggin, Western University of Health Sciences; (Speaker) Charlotte Klaus, University of Colorado Denver; (Speaker) Candy Morris, University at Buffalo, (Speaker) Norma Peterson, University of the Pacific

10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Development Directors SIG Program
Please join the AACP Development Directors Special Interest Group for our annual business meeting. The mission of this SIG is to share ideas and best practices in development with Directors of Development from schools of pharmacy in  AACP. This year's session focuses on key elements in fundraising including capital campaigns and best practices in stewardship.
(Chair) Kelly A. Markey, University of Florida; (Speaker) Susan K. Brown, The University of Texas at Austin; (Speaker) Nancy DeGuire, University of the Pacific; (Speaker) Lawney Snyder, University of Pittsburgh; (Speaker) Ellen Firkins, Virginia Commonwealth University; (Speaker) Linda Halsey, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Carolyn Connerat, The University of Texas at Austin; (Speaker) Peter C. Niedbala, University of Michigan; (Speaker) Jodi S. Peeler, Campbell University; (Speaker) Robert A. Blouin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; (Speaker) Ronald P. Jordan, University of Rhode Island

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
USP Luncheon
By invitation only

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Women Faculty SIG Luncheon
During the luncheon, the Women Faculty SIG officers will be recognized for their service to AACP and the advancement of women in pharmacy education. Take this opportunity to network with fellow educators and discuss issues experienced by women faculty. Nominations for Chair-Elect will be presented.
(Chair) Lynda H. Oderda, The University of Utah

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Award for Excellence in Assessment
Recipients of the inaugural 2009 Award for Excellence in Assessment competition will present their winning portfolio.
(Moderator) Katherine Kelley, The Ohio State University; (Speaker) Gregory Alston, Wingate University; (Speaker) Mitchell J. Barnett, Touro University; (Speaker) Sharon McDonough, Auburn University

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Biological Sciences Sections: A CDC-supported Pharmacogenomics Education Program: Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice
This session describes a CDC-funded project to design, implement, deliver and evaluate a pharmacogenomics education program for pharmacists, students and healthcare professionals. In particular, platforms using Web-based virtual communities with video casts for shared educational materials will be described; opportunities for faculty development and collaboration with other faculty/institutions will be explored.
(Speaker) Kelly Lee, University of California, San Diego; (Speaker) Grace M. Kuo, University of California, San Diego; (Speaker Joseph Ma, University of California, San Diego; (Moderator) James S. Green, Shenandoah University; (Speaker) Howard McLeod, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; (Moderator) Daniel A. Brazeau, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Joint Session: Continuing Professional Education and Pharmacy Practice Sdections: Continuing Professional Development for Faculty Retention and Development
This session focuses on continuing professional development (CPD) as a means of faculty development, usefulness in faculty retention and its possible use for promotion and tenure.
(Speaker) Jennifer Moulton, Collaborative Education Institute; (Speaker) Michael J. Rouse, Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education; (Moderator) Timothy E. Welty, The University of Kansas; (Speaker) Bradley C. Cannon, University of Illinois at Chicago; (Moderator) Karan N. Dawson, University of Washington
     
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Experiential Education Section: Preceptor Development Pearls
The accreditation guidelines require that all experiential programs have ongoing preceptor development programs as well as mandatory training for new preceptors.  This panel will present some approaches to preceptor development that you can adopt for your own college.  Time will be provided after the panel presentation for question and answer.
(Speaker) Nora L. Stelter, Drake University; (Moderator) Denise A. Soltis, Drake University; (Speaker) Maryann Skrabal, Creighton University
     
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Libraries/Educational Resources Section: Innovations in Teaching: Curricular Integration of Information Competencies for Students and Preceptors at Remote Sites
Curricular integration of information competencies in compliance with ACPE standards is especially challenging for distance programs. A panel of Pharmacy Librarians from two large Pharm.D. distance programs will present innovative methods of delivering synchronous and asynchronous content to students and preceptors at remote sites. Participants will experience traditional cooperative learning structures that can be used in a synchronous distance learning environment. These techniques transform the students from individual, traditional passive learners to cooperative learners who are concerned about their own and their group members' learning.
(Speaker) Mariana Lapidus, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; (Speaker) Rae Jesano, University of Florida; (Moderator) Sue McGuinness, University of California, San Diego; (Speaker) Irena Bond, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
     
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Social and Administrative Sciences Section: Integrating Health Behavior Theory Across Pharmacy Curricula
Participants will consider challenges, opportunities, and rewards of integrating health behavior theory across pharmacy curricula. Models for theory integration and its assessment will be proposed. The case study method will be used to facilitate discussion and to encourage a critical examination of the topic.
(Moderator) Paul L. Ranelli, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Carol J. Hermansen-Kobulnicky, University of Wyoming; (Speaker) Nathaniel M. Rickles, Northeastern University
     
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Special Session: E-Health Leadership Strategies for Pharmacy Vision 2015
Two pharmacy faculty leaders present strategic approaches and change management roles with state-level E-Health initiatives that are congruent with Pharmacy Vision 2015: "Pharmacists will be the healthcare professionals responsible for providing patient care that ensures optimal medication therapy outcomes." This session has implications for pharmacy practice and research initiatives.
(Speaker) Kimberly A. Galt, Creighton University; (Speaker) Marie A. Smith, University of Connecticut

2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Special Session: Global Alliance for Pharmaceutical Education
Invited speakers from Canada, Asia and Africa will provide brief reports on the status of pharmacy education in these countries.
(Moderator) Lucinda L. Maine, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Victor A. Yanchick, Virginia Commonwealth University; (Speaker) Roy Dobson, Association of Faculties of Pharmacy in Canada Immediate Past President; (Speaker) Teferi Gedif Fenta, Addis Ababa University; (Speaker) Motoko Kanke, Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Yi Zhun Zhu, School of Pharmacy, Fudan University

2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Biological Sciences Section: Business Meeting
This session will discuss the business matters associated with the Biological Sciences Section, install new officers and allocate Committee Assignments. A New Investigator Awardee Presentation will also be included in this session.
(Chair) Alice Gardner, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; (Chair) Michelle M. Kalis, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Chemistry Section: Business Meeting
This session will be devoted to the annual business meeting of the Chemistry Section. The order of business will follow the recommended published AACP guidelines.
(Chair) John M. Beale, St. Louis College of Pharmacy

2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Continuing Professional Education Section: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting for the members of the Continuing Professional Education Section.
(Chair) Michael L. Simeone, University of Rhode Island
     
2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Experiential Education Section: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting for the members of the Experiential Education Section.
(Chair) Philip M. Hritcko, University of Connecticut
   
2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Libraries/Educational Resources Section: Business Meeting
The Libraries/Educational Resources Section business meeting will include updates and discussion of committee reports, installation of new officers and the delegation of tasks for the next year.
(Chair) Vernon K. Duba, The University of Iowa
     
2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Pharmaceutics Section: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting held for members of the Pharmaceutics Section.
(Chair) Nita K. Pandit, Drake University
    
2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Pharmacy Practice Section: Business Meeting
This is the the annual business meeting for the Pharmacy Practice Section.
(Chair) Patricia A. Marken, University of Missouri - Kansas City; (Speaker) Paul W. Jungnickel, Auburn University
     
2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Social and Administrative Sciences Section: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting held for members of the Social and Administrative Sciences Section.
(Chair) Karen B. Farris, The University of Iowa

4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Exhibitors' Opening Reception & Educational Posters
Poster Presenters will be at their poster from 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Name Badge Required.

5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Rho Chi Society Advisor's Reception
By Invitation Only.
(Moderator) Karan L. Rascati, Rho Chi Society National President


Monday, July 20

6:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
PCAT Advisory Committee Meeting
Closed Committee Meeting
(Moderator) Jennifer Athay, AACP

7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Topical Roundtable II
Roundtable Topics: TBD
(Moderator) Sudip K. Das, Butler University

7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Special Interest Group Cabinet
The Chairs, Chairs-elect and Immediate Past Chairs will meet to discuss the business of the AACP Special Interest Groups.
(Moderator) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Reports of the 2008-2009 Standing Committees
The session provides interested attendees an opportunity to interact with the standing committees, Academic Affairs, Advocacy, Argus Commission, Professional Affairs and Research and Graduate Affairs. Following brief presentations by committee chairs on the key recommendations contained in the report, roundtable discussions on the reports and implementation strategies will be led by committee members.
(Chair) Gary M. Oderda, The University of Utah; (Chair) Caroline A. Gaither, University of Michigan; (Chair) M. Lynn Crismon, The University of Texas at Austin; (Chair) Robert A. Kerr, University of Maryland; (Chair) James P. Kehrer, Washington State University

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Pharmacy Ethics SIG: Incorporating Ethics and Developmental Psychology into Curricula to Promote Cognitive Moral Development in Millennial Students
Millennial students have many positive attributes; however, many are developmentally pre-adults that are focused on self. The Academy should enable students to become others-focused before they enter practice. This session provides a framework to understand students’ ethical-developmental frame of reference and ideas to move them beyond their current developmental state.
(Speaker) David Hart, Brigham Young University; (Chair) Kem P. Krueger, University of Wyoming
     
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Pharmaceutics Section: Ensuring Quality Pharmacy Compounding: Implications for Pharmaceutics Education
This session will familiarize pharmaceutics faculty with the roles of the PCAB, USP, and BPS in ensuring best practices in pharmacy compounding and improving patient care.  Representatives from each of these entities will also discuss the implications for pharmacy education with respect to these roles and the potential for providing specialty certification of compounding pharmacists.
(Speaker) Tom Murry, Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board; (Speaker) Lloyd Allen, U.S. Pharmacopeia; (Speaker) Richard J. Bertin, Board of Pharmacy Specialties; (Moderator) Bill J. Bowman, Midwestern-Glendale

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Pharmacy Practice Section: Skills Based Assessments
Assessment methodologies used in assessing pharmacy student skills through simulations and practice labs.
(Moderator) Timothy E. Welty, University of Kansas; (Speaker) Sharon L. Youmans, University of California at San Francisco; (Speaker) Susan M. Meyer, University of Pittsburgh; (Speaker) Brian A. Hemstreet, University of Colorado Denver

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Technology in Phamacy Education and Learning SIG: Technology Use to Facilitate Student Learning in the Clinical Years: Examples of Success and Failure
This session will demonstrate the use of technology in student learning during the clinical years.  Examples include an Internet conferencing software for case studies, student production of Internet-based patient education materials, and a Teaching with Technology certificate course. Discussions will highlight successes and failures encountered.
(Moderator) Michael S. Monaghan, Creighton University; (Speaker) Michele A. Poepping-Faulkner, Creighton University; (Speaker) Samuel C. Augustine, Creighton University; (Speaker) Kimberley J. Begley, Creighton University; (Moderator) Keith J. Christensen, Creighton University
  
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Special Session: Send in the Clowns! Improving Professionalism through Laughter and Humanism
Many prospective Pharm.D. students express heartfelt commitment to caring and healing, but during rotations, they often approach patients more comfortably from a left-brain, data-driven perspective.  Clowning cultivates direct, compassionate patient contact. It complements skills taught by a rigorous, evidence-based curriculum, helping students make humanistic care the intention of professional interactions.
(Speaker) Carolyn C. Brackett, The Ohio State University; (Speaker) Chrissy Nelson, The Ohio State University; (Speaker) John Glick, The Ohio State University

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Chemistry Section: Recent Developments in Anticancer Agents from Discovery to the Clinic
This session will present an update on anticancer drugs from discovery to the market. A review of conventional anticancer agents will be followed by a discussion of molecular biological approaches to novel treatment options. Preclinical aspects and the regulatory process in marketing new therapeutic agents will be discussed.
(Moderator) A. Michael Crider, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; (Speaker) Pankaj B. Desai, University of Cincinnati; (Speaker) Georg F. Weber, University of Cincinnati; (Speaker) Michelle R. Ponpipom, Merck & Co.

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Special Session:  Use of a Consortium-Based Approach to Stimulate Scholarship and Research Among Experiential Faculty Across Multiple Institutions
This session will describe efforts to establish an active, inter-institutional research and scholarship program within the area of experiential education involving both faculty and staff members.  Completed scholarship efforts have included posters, publications and invited presentations. Novel efforts toward stimulating project completion and determining authorship credit will also be discussed.
(Speaker) David P. Brackett, Auburn University; (Speaker) Charles H. McDuffie, The University of Georgia; (Speaker) T. Lynn Stevenson, Auburn University

10:30 a.m. - Noon
Examining Excellence: 2009 Awards Plenary
Join the recipients of the Chalmers, Dawson and Volwiler awards for a candid and engaging discussion of their views on what qualities mark excellence in pharmacy education and research.
(Speaker) Bruce A. Berger, Auburn University; (Speaker) Rodney J. Ho, University of Washington; (Moderator) Barbara G. Wells, The University of Mississippi; (Speaker) Duane D. Miller, The University of Tennessee

Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Boxed Lunch in Exhibit Hall
Presenters will be at their poster from Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Name Badge and Ticket Required.

Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Teacher of the Year Luncheon
By Invitation Only.

1:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Council of Deans Business Meeting
(Chair) Patricia D. Kroboth, University of Pittsburgh

1:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Council of Faculties Business Session
(Chair) Julianna E. Szilagyi, University of Houston
     
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Improving Language Access Services for Limited English Proficient Patients: Why is This Important?
This session will review the demographics of the immigrant and limited English proficient populations and the effect language barriers have on their healthcare. It will also review the methods by which pharmacy schools incorporate this topic into the curriculum and the importance of doing so.
(Speaker) Emily M. Ambizas, St. John's University; (Speaker) Priti Patel, St. John's University
     
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Teaching Global Pharmaceutical Policy
Global Pharmaceutical Policy (GPP) is critical to improving the health of people in developing and developed countries. Our efforts to educate student and practicing pharmacists about this topic include courses, pharmacy rotations, graduate internships and a concentration track in a MPH degree program. This session will discuss various components of GPP and provide educational approaches for teaching it to student and practicing pharmacists.
(Moderator) Michael Montagne, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; (Speaker) Brenda Waning, Boston University School of Medicine; (Speaker) Susan Fish, Boston University School of Public Health

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
History SIG: Incorporating History of Pharmacy into the Curriculum: Meeting the ACPE Guidelines
A series of four to five speakers will address the ACPE guidelines for history of pharmacy in the Pharm.D. curriculum. Emphasis will be placed on efforts to incorporate history of pharmacy content and activities across the curriculum. The session will conclude with a short panel discussion and a question-and-answer session.
(Speaker) Robert A. Buerki, The Ohio State University; (Moderator) Gregory J. Higby, University of Wisconsin-Madison; (Speaker) David W. Hawkins, California Northstate University; (Speaker) Clarke W. Ridgway, West Virginia University; (Speaker) James M. Culhane, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, (Speaker) Jeffrey W. Wadelin, ACPE

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Council of Deans Special Session: Strategy Session for Deans
Following the Council of Deans Business Meeting, this session will feature presentations on Pharmacy Manpower focusing on supply and demand of pharmacists in the near future, and Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs). Breakout sessions will follow.
(Chair) Patricia D. Kroboth, University of Pittsburgh; (Speaker) Katherine K. Knapp; Touro University; (Speaker) J. Chris Bradberry, Creighton University

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Council of Deans Special Session: Strategy Session for Associate and Assistant Deans
Following the Council of Deans Business Meeting, Associate and Assistant Deans will participate in the presentation on Pharmacy Manpower. The Associate and Assistant Deans will then transfer to another venue to discuss and prioritize issues for further action by the Council of Deans or future programming.  
(Moderator) Martin E. Brown, Long Island University; (Moderator) Gireesh V. Gupchup, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Self-Care Therapeutics/Nonprescription Medicine SIG: Clinical Simulations to Advance Non-Prescription Medicine Curricula: Virtual Patients
This session will describe the use of "virtual patients" in nonprescription medicine courses. Participants will leave the session equipped to incorporate "virtual patients" into their curricula. Active learning in small groups will explore the development and progression of the virtual patient, as well as how to conduct the student evaluations.
(Speaker) Katherine K. Orr, University of Rhode Island; (Moderator) Schwanda K. Flowers, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; (Session Coordinator) Jenny A. Van Amburgh, Northeastern University; (Speaker) Karen Bastianelli, University of Minnesota; (Moderator) Amista L. Salcido, The University of Texas at Austin
     
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Social and Administrative Sciences Section: Using Active Learning to Develop Critical Thinking Skills
The educational benefits of active learning activities (ALAs) in the classroom have been widely documented. Participants will explore the development, implementation and impact of ALAs in large lecture environments, and will utilize active learning techniques in simulated didactic patient care and ethics course situations.
(Speaker) Timothy P. Stratton, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Salisa Westrick, Auburn University; (Moderator) Jan Kavookjian, Auburn University
    
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Student Services Personnel SIG: Coping with the Deaths of Pharmacy Students, Faculty and Staff and SIG Business Meeting
The purpose of this session is to provide insight for AACP members on how best to cope with deaths of pharmacy students faculty, and staff. This will be accomplished primarily through the shared experiences and recommendations of a panel of faculty at schools that have experienced these losses. This meeting is followed by the SIG's business meeting.
(Moderator) Bonnie K. Brown, Butler University; (Speaker) Gireesh V. Gupchup, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; (Speaker) Angela C. Dominelli, Albany College of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Barry Bleidt, Texas A&M Health Science Center; (Speaker) Stephanie J. Phelps, The University of Tennessee

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Geriatric SIG Session and Business Meeting: Partnerships to Increase Pharmacy Student's Interest in Geriatrics
The intent of this business meeting and special session is to highlight various initiatives and partnerships which  increase students' knowledge and skills when working with older adults. The intent of this session is to make attendees more aware of National resources and models that can be incorporated or expanded upon through out Schools of Pharmacy.

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Experiential Education Section: Quality Assurance Programs in Experiential Education
As colleges across the country ready for meeting the new ACPE Guidelines, Quality Assurance is a large piece of any experiential program.  This panel will present some of the successful quality assurance programs in use around the country. Question and answer time will be provided after presentations.
(Speaker) Rhonda M. Jones, Creighton University; (Moderator) Denise A. Soltis, Drake University; (Speaker) Katherin Besique, University of California, San Francisco
     
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Blended Learning: Making the Most of Online and Face-to-Face Instruction
This program will describe the blended learning environment, which efficiently combines face-to-face and online instruction. In this approach, traditional classroom time is reduced to account for online activities, but face-to-face time is not eliminated. The speakers (Drs. Crouch, Zapantis and Nemire) will share examples of blended elective courses.
(Chair) Michael A. Crouch, South University; (Speaker) Antonia Zapantis, Nova Southeastern University; (Speaker) Ruth E. Nemire, Touro College of Pharmacy

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Active Learning Strategies to Develop Cultural Competency and Health Literacy Skills
Session will describe and evaluate an approach to addressing cultural competency and health literacy skills in a pharmacy curriculum. Specific active learning strategies used to develop student's cultural competency and health literacy skills are described and demonstrated. Methods used to provide evidence of learning are also described.
(Speaker) Cathy R. Santanello, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; (Speaker) Lakesha M. Butler, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; (Speaker) Radhika Devraj, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Academic Leadership Fellows Program Mentoring Session for Dean Sponsors
A session for ALFP dean mentors.
     
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Curriculum SIG: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Curriculum SIG.
(Chair) Eric H. Hobson, Belmont University
      
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Global Pharmacy Education SIG: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Global Pharmacy Education SIG.
(Chair) Rosalie Sagraves, University of Illinois at Chicago; (Speaker) Ellen M. Schellhase, Purdue University; (Speaker) Michael Z. Wincor, University of Southern California
      
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
History of Pharmacy SIG: Business Meeting
The officers of the History SIG will discuss the SIG bylaws, its organizational structure, discuss future programming and projects for the History SIG, entertain nominations for leadership positions from the floor, and elect new officers-elect.
(Chair) Robert A. Buerki, The Ohio State University
      
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Laboratory Instructors SIG Business Meeting and Special Session: Self-Renewal for Busy Faculty
Dr. Ernest Anderson will lead this session on ways for busy faculty to practice the habit of self-renewal while maintaining a sense of continued purpose and passion for teaching. This session will conclude with a business meeting, including nomination and election of next year's chair-elect.
(Speaker) Ernest R. Anderson, Lahey Clinic; (Chair) Lauren S. Schlesselman, University of Connecticut; (Session Coordinator) Karen Kopacek, University of Wisconsin-Madison
        
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Pharmacy Ethics SIG: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Pharmacy Ethics SIG.
      
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Public Health SIG: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Public Health SIG.
(Chair) Jack E. Fincham, University of Missouri-Kansas City; (Speaker) Clyde H. Evans, CE Consulting

5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Self-Care Therapeutics/Nonprescription Medicine SIG: Business Meeting
Welcome and update about the SIG membership; install new officers for the 2009-2010 year; discuss agenda items for the 2009-2010; call for volunteers for the nominations/planning committees for the 2009-2010 year.
(Chair) Jenny A. Van Amburgh, Northeastern University; (Moderator) Amista L. Salcido, The University of Texas at Austin; (Moderator) Maria M. Sulli, St. John's University
        
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Student Services Personnel SIG: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Student Services Personnel SIG.
     
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Substance Abuse Education and Assistance SIG: Business Meeting
The SIG business meeting will provide a forum for attendees to hear updates about current topics and determine the need to complete tasks over the upcoming year.
(Moderator) Allison A. Welder, University of Southern Nevada; (Chair) Julie C. Kissack, Harding University
       
5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Technology in Phamacy Education and Learning SIG: Business Meeting
This is the annual business meeting of the Technology in Phamacy Education and Learning SIG.

5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Libraries/Educational Resources Section: Basic Resources for Pharmaceutical Education Advisory Group Meeting
The Basic Resources for Pharmaceutical Education advisory group session will include reports form the coordinators, discussion of business and assignment of tasks for the next year.
(Moderator) Barbara Nanstiel, Wilkes University; (Moderator) Leslie A. Bowman


Tuesday, July 21

6:45 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.
Department Chairs Program
This session, facilitated by Terry L. Schwinghammer and Bernard A. Sorofman, will address several topics including a discussion on metrics that could be used in evaluation of scholarship for various types of faculty, mentoring and development needs of department chairs and follow-up programming for chairs.
(Moderator) Robert (Buzz) Kerr, AACP; (Speaker) Terry L. Schwinghammer, West Virginia University; (Speaker) Bernard A. Sorofman, The University of Iowa

8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Innovations in Teaching
Recipients of the 2009 Innovations in Teaching Competition will present their winning portfolio.
(Moderator) Bruce A. Berger, Auburn University; (Speaker) Erica L. Estus, University of Rhode Island; (Speaker) Mary Beth O’Connell, Wayne State University; (Speaker) Catherine A. White, The University of Georgia 
    
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Global Pharmacy Education SIG: The Global Alliance for Pharmacy Education
This program will present an overview of the Global Alliance for Pharmacy Education, including its structure and relationship to AACP, as well as what it has accomplished and plans for the future. In addition, a guest speaker will present a description of similar endeavors, including successes and challenges, in dentistry.
(Speaker) Rosalie Sagraves, University of Illinois at Chicago; (Speaker) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP; (Moderator) Michael Z. Wincor, University of Southern California; (Speaker) Richard W. Valachovic, American Dental Education Association
    
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Substance Abuse Education and Assistance SIG: Pharmacy Substance Abuse/Dependence Course Content in 2009
In 1994, Baldwin et al published results of a survey evaluating pharmacy substance abuse/dependence course content in the 75 U.S. colleges of pharmacy in existence at that time.  During that 15 year span, many new colleges of pharmacy have begun, new standards have been issued and electronic survey mechanisms are readily available. Members of the Substance Abuse Education and Assistance SIG will present data collected from a course content survey done in 2009. Participants are invited to bring a syllabus from a substance abuse/dependence class or lecture to share with other members at the completion of the formal presentation.
(Speaker) Edward M. DeSimone, Creighton University; (Speaker) Donald C. Hart, Ohio Northern University; (Moderator) Allison A. Welder, University of Southern Nevada; (Chair) Julie C. Kissack, Harding University
     
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Special Session: Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs): Paving the Way to the Future
Implementation of IPPEs into pharmacy curricula around the country has proven challenging, and each institution is finding new and unique ways to meet the ACPE standards as was identified by a recent national survey. Review of survey findings and discussion from (3) institutions regarding IPPEs will highlight this program session.
(Speaker) Krystal K. Haase, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center; (Moderator) Craig D. Cox, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center; (Speaker) Patricia Barton, Butler University; (Speaker) Patricia L. Darbishire, Purdue University
    
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Special Session: Teaching to Think: Cooperative Learning in Large Classes
This interactive session will discuss engaging students to help develop thinking skills (critical, practical and creative) in large classes. Specific examples of cooperative and active learning currently used in several courses (clinical and basic sciences) will be provided. Participants will experience activities and brainstorm about adapting examples into their course.
(Speaker) Wendy C. Cox, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; (Speaker) Adam M. Persky, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Libraries/Educational Resources Section: Retaining Rights When You Publish: Meeting Funder Requirements and Increasing the Impact of Your Research
Technology enables broad, swift, and convenient communication of research, offering authors the promise of increased visibility, as well as flexible reuse, storage, and access to their work. Research funders have recognized this and have begun establishing requirements that research be openly available, to increase its impact. This session describes trends in research funder and university open access policies, and how faculty can manage their copyright to comply with these policies and ensure that they can legally re-use and share their own work.
(Speaker) Ellen Finnie Duranceau, MIT; (Speaker) P. Scott Lapinski, Harvard Medical School; (Moderator) Sue McGuinness, University of California, San Diego
 
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Continuing Professional Education Section: CPD, Active Learning and Assessment
The CPE section conducted a needs assessment of members that was reported at the 2008 annual meeting. This program is designed to address the top two identified needs, active learning and assessment, as well as to continue to address CPD. Because portfolios are a centerpiece in CPD and promote active learning, portfolio assessment will be explored.
(Speaker) Karan N. Dawson, University of Washington

8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Joint Session: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Pharmaceutics Sections: Pharmacogenomics: Implementation and Integration into the Curriculum
This is a combined session of the Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Pharmaceutics sections that will address the implementation and integration of pharmacogenomics into the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum. Three speakers will address curricular design, integration of pharmacogenomics between sciences and practice, and research opportunities that result from this approach.
(Speaker) William T. Beck, University of Illinois at Chicago; (Speaker) Megan Jo Ehret, University of Connecticut; (Chair) A. Michael Crider, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; (Chair) Alice Gardner, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; (Chair) Bill J. Bowman, Midwestern University-Glendale; (Speaker) Jeffrey R. Bishop, University of Illinois at Chicago
      
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Special Session: Progress Examination for Assessing Students' Readiness for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences
To discuss the creation of an assessment tool, the triple jump exam (TJE), to evaluate pharmacy student readiness for advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs). Predictive validity was evidenced by strong correlation between TJE scores and preceptor grades (r = 0.60, p>0.001). The TJE appears to be an effective tool to assess readiness to begin experiential training.
(Speaker) Paul Perry, Touro University; (Speaker) Paul C. Goldsmith, Touro University; (Chair) Katherine K. Knapp, Touro University; (Speaker) Karl Meszaros, Touro University; (Moderator) Mitchell Barnett, Touro University

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Leadership Symposium: Women's Faculty SIG: Through the Labyrinth: Pathways to Leadership
Linda L. Carli, co-author of Through the Labyrinth, will discuss her analysis of women leaders: How far have women come? Do people resist women's leadership? Do organizations create obstacles to women who would be leaders? Additionally, two women in academic pharmacy will discuss their journeys through the labyrinth of leadership.
(Speaker) Anne Y. Lin, College of Notre Dame of Maryland; (Speaker) Linda L. Carli, Wellesley College; (Moderator) Susan M. Meyer, University of Pittsburgh; (Speaker) Marilyn K. Speedie, University of Minnesota     

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Education Symposium: Building toward High Stakes Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE): Practical Advice for Success
This program will provide participants with tips for integrating OSCEs into the curriculum and provide case examples for development toward high stakes OSCE. Discussion items will include standardization versus simulation, standards setting and barriers to implementation. Active participation through audience response systems will drive discussion.
(Moderator) Francine Salinitri, Wayne State University; (Speaker) Deborah Sturpe, University of Maryland; (Speaker) Cindy D. Stowe, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Science Symposium: Nanotechnology and Drug Development
This session will highlight advances in nanotechnology in the fields of cancer and other inflammatory diseases, imaging, as well as in the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases. Specific examples of the opportunities and challenges in translating nanotechnology from discovery through development will be presented.  The symposium speakers are working in many areas of nanotechnology needed for clinical and commercialization of nanotechnology including materials engineering and characterization, in-vitro and in-vivo studies in various animal models of disease, scale-up and manufacturing, and toxicological and regulatory aspects.
(Moderator) Victor A. Yanchick, Virginia Commonwealth University; (Speaker) Russell J. Mumper, University of North Carolina; (Speaker) Mansoor M. Amiji, Northeastern University

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Symposium: The Science and Teaching of Quality Improvement
Important work is underway to enhance the preparation of pharmacists and other health professionals in the area of patient safety. National leaders from IHI and schools of pharmacy will provide an overview of their work and available resources in this symposium.
(Moderator) Jeffrey N. Baldwin, University of Nebraska;  (Speaker) Jill Duncan, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; (Speaker) David A. Holdford, Virginia Commonwealth University; (Speaker) Frank Federico, Strategic Partners

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Criminal Background Check Session
This session will discuss the use of Criminal Background Checks (CBCs) in the pharmacy school admissions process. Specifically, the session will include discussion about the legal aspects of CBCs in the academic environment including institutional policy development, and the best strategy to handle, interpret and make decisions about CBC information.
(Moderator) Jennifer L. Athay, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Suzi Arant, Certiphi Screening, Inc. - A Vertical Screen Company

11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (AJPE) Editorial Board Luncheon
By invitation only.
(Moderator) Joseph T. DiPiro, South Carolina College of Pharmacy

2009 special feature:

Northeastern University School of Pharmacy, in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences will be hosting a complimentary campus walking tour for all AACP registered attendees. Be sure to add this special tour when you register for the annual meeting under REGISTERED EVENTS. 
 
Itinerary:
 
Noon
Bus departure from the Westin Boston Waterfront hotel, meet at front entrance of the hotel

12:30 p.m.
Arrive at Northeastern University

12:35 p.m.
Greetings and poster presentations (a light lunch, hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be available)
 
1:00 p.m.
Walking tour begins
-Research Centers-Muger Hall
-The Behrakis Health Sciences Center
 
2:45 p.m.
Bus loads for hotel departure
 
3:30 p.m.
Arrival at the Westin Boston Waterfront hotel
 
Please note: There is limited space available for this complimentary tour; registration is on a first come, first serve basis. For any meeting registration questions, please contact Angie Edwards, accounting and member services coordinator, at 703-739-2330 ext. 1035.

For itinerary/travel questions, please contact Richelle Wilkins, meetings assistant, at 703-739-2330 ext. 1040.

Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Open Hearing Bylaws & Policy Development Committee
All attendees are invited to provide input on proposed policy, resolutions and proposed changes to the AACP structure and governance systems.
(Speaker) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP; (Speaker) Rodney A. Carter, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Cynthia J. Boyle, University of Maryland
     
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Academic Leadership Fellows Program Group Presentations
The 2008-2009 ALFP cohort will present their group projects.

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Bylaws & Policy Development Committee Executive Session
By invitation only.
      
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Caring for the Underserved: Opportunities for Community-Campus Partnerships within HRSA's Clinical Pharmacy Collaborative
HRSA's Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Collaborative is seeking to transform the manner in which safety-net healthcare organizations deliver pharmacy services. Several Collaborative teams have partnered with schools of pharmacy. Following an overview of the Collaborative and its goals, the work of three community-campus partnerships will be highlighted.
(Moderator) John M. Conry, St. John 's University; (Speaker) Todd D. Sorensen, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Karen S. Pater, University of Pittsburgh; (Speaker) Stacy J. Ramirez, Oregon State University; (Speaker) Stephanie Billings, Holyoke Health Center

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Curriculum SIG: Novel or New: Curricular Design Decisions in New Pharmacy Programs
Because new programs get to start with a clean curricular slate they are looked to for standard-setting innovations. This session showcases curricular design at five early-stage schools. These design elements are discussed for implications about broader adoption and to identify what may come to define "contemporary" pharmacy education.
(Moderator) Eric G. Boyce, University of the Pacific; (Speaker) Nancy Waite, University of Waterloo; (Speaker) David W. Hawkins, California Northstate; (Speaker) Eric H. Hobson, Belmont University;  (Speaker) George E. MacKinnon, AACP; (Speaker) Ruth E. Nemire, Touro College of Pharmacy; (Chair) Lauren S. Schlesselman, University of Connecticut
     
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Laboratory Instructors SIG: Roundtable Sessions on Contemporary Issues in Laboratory Instruction
Informational roundtable discussions will be presented on several topics important to contemporary pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical compounding laboratory courses, including the use of simulated patients (SimMan) to teach physical assessment skills, the application of computerized patient data bases systems, methods for testing the composition of non-sterile products and the future of compounding.
(Chair) Lauren S. Schlesselman, University of Connecticut; (Moderator) Karen Kopacek, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Legal Issues in Pharmacy Academia: Implications for Educators
This session will be very interactive and will involve both panel presentations and a question/answer session. This program will highlight various legal issues such as student and faculty privacy, social networking sites, drug testing/background checks and expert witness testimony with potential for classroom application, to name a few.
(Speaker) Mary R. Monk-Tutor, Samford University; (Speaker) Alan R. Spies, University of Oklahoma; (Speaker) Pamela J. Sims, Samford University
     
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Developing Pharmacy Faculty: Pathways to Promote and Sustain Careers in Academia
Developing excellent pharmacy faculty members is of critical importance. Presenters will describe new and existing training programs that emphasize faculty development and the scholarship of teaching and learning. Participants will identify opportunities and barriers to enhancing academic training at their institution and promoting academia as a desirable pharmacy career pathway.
(Moderator) Marialice R. Bennett, The Ohio State University; (Speaker) Michael C. Brown, Concordia University; (Speaker) Stuart T. Haines, University of Maryland; (Speaker) Maria C. Pruchnicki, The Ohio State University; (Speaker) Shaunta D. Ray, University of Tennessee

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Integrating Student Research Opportunities into our Pharm.D. Curriculums
An opportunity for students to participate in research through various mechanisms while in the Pharm.D. curriculum provides a means for schools/colleges to develop future researchers and educators. This program will highlight research opportunities which have been successfully integrated into the curriculum of three different universities.
(Moderator) Gayle A. Brazeau, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York; (Speaker) Edward M. Bednarczyk, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York; (Speaker) Christopher Cullander, University of California, San Francisco; (Speaker) Sharon L. Youmans, University of California, San Francisco; (Speaker) June F. Johnson, Drake University; (Speaker) Nita K. Pandit, Drake University
     
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Web 2.0, Health 2.0, and Pharmacy Education: Opportunities for Pharmacy Educators to Reach Millennial Students
Our students recognize social networks, blogs and tweets as Web 2.0 technologies that permeate their everyday lives. The application of these popular communication technologies is growing in higher education and in healthcare (where it is called "Health 2.0"). This session will address the application of these technologies in pharmacy education and in health care.
(Moderator) Brent Fox, Auburn University; (Speaker) Jeff J. Cain, University of Kentucky
     
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Interprofessional Education: A Primer For Partnering with a College of Medicine
Improving patient outcome through interprofessional education is a primary goal of NEOUCOM. The pharmacy and medical curriculums have been transformed into learning experiences where students spend up to 50% of class or experiential time learning together. This symposium will utilize audience participation to help other schools realize the same success.
(Speaker) Lois Margaret Nora, Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy; (Speaker) David D. Allen, Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy; (Speaker) Robb McGory, Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy; (Speaker) Mark A. Penn, Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Session: Teaching Students to Prepare Grant Proposals through a Mock Competition
Using a competition, students are taught about the grant application process by writing a grant award proposal using the Community Pharmacy Foundation application. Through exposure to this procedure and the experience of writing for an award, it is believed that students will be more likely to pursue future proposals.
(Moderator) Linda G. MacLean, Washington State University; (Speaker) Hyma P. Gogineni, Loma Linda University

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Academic Leadership Fellows Program (ALFP) Group Debrief
A debriefing meeting for the 2008-2009 Fellows cohort.

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Reflective and progressive E-portfolio: Longitudinal Documentation and Reflection upon Professional Development and Ability-based Outcomes Achievement
We will describe the 8-year evolution of a 6-year progressive, reflective portfolio from paper to e-formats and from professional development focus to incorporating student self-assessment of ability-based outcome achievement. Session participants will have an opportunity to discuss their student portfolios and ways to utilize them to enrich programmatic assessment process.
(Speaker) Judith T. Barr, Northeastern University; (Speaker) Margarita V. DiVall, Northeastern University
     
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Developing a Culture of Scholarship
This session would highlight activities implemented at the Chicago College of Pharmacy to develop a culture of scholarship. This includes departmental activities like writing clubs and scholarship forums, plus college activities including grant programs, scholarly productivity benchmarking, assessing annual changes, and how scholarship is incorporated into the faculty performance evaluations.
(Moderator) Brian Cryder, Midwestern University; (Speaker) Kathy E. Komperda, Midwestern University; (Speaker) Susan P. Bruce, Northeastern Ohio Universities; (Speaker) Shridhar V. Andurkar, Midwestern University;(Speaker) Anil Gulati, Midwestern University; (Speaker) Wendy Duncan, St. Louis College of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Susan R. Winkler, Midwestern University; (Speaker) Robin M. Zavod, Midwestern University
      
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Enhancing Facilitation Skills to Meet the Evolving Demand in Pharmacy Education
Facilitators often guide active learning in the large classroom. This session will describe desired characteristics and illustrate the potential roles of facilitators in the large classroom. Three Pharm.D. programs will describe their facilitator training and utilization programs, highlighting their successes and challenges. Using scenarios, participants will practice facilitation skills.
(Moderator) Lisa D. Inge, University of Florida; (Speaker) Kristen L. Helms, Auburn University; (Speaker) Pamela L. Stamm, Auburn University; (Speaker) Brian L. Crabtree, The University of Mississippi
     
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Recommendations and Considerations for Creating Agents of Change via Pharmacy Curricula, A Conversation on Leading Change
The session will foster discussion regarding implementation of leadership education. A moderator, AACP and ASHP representatives, and a faculty member, serving as a "reactor", will discuss recently released leadership report findings. A moderated discussion framed around Kotter's Leading Change Process will follow introductory comments. Audience questions will be facilitated throughout.
(Speaker) Richard Walling, ASHP Center for Health-System Leadership; (Moderator) Andrew P. Traynor, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Robert A. Kerr, University of Maryland; (Speaker) Kristin K. Janke, University of Minnesota
    
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Ethical and Legal Issues Regarding New Social Media (Facebook, Blogs, Wikipedia, etc.) and Pharmacy Education
Administrators, educators and students should be aware of potential legal issues regarding Web 2.0 applications, including copyright infringement, defamation and invasion of privacy. This session discusses ethical/legal issues related to new media use in pharmacy education, particularly when using information on social networking sites during admissions and disciplinary procedures.
(Speaker) Joseph L. Fink, University of Kentucky; (Speaker) Jeff J. Cain, University of Kentucky
   
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Interprofessional Teaching Initiatives that Link Science, Practice and Community
This session explores the design and implementation of three interprofessional courses developed by faculty from Arts and Sciences, Pharmacy Practice, and Health Sciences for pharmacy, nursing, pre-medical and health psychology students. These courses were developed through faculty participation in interdisciplinary Institute programs that link science and civic engagement
(Moderator) Jennifer L. Tebbe-Grossman, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - Boston; (Speaker) Caroline S. Zeind, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - Boston;  (Speaker) David E. Tanner, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - Boston; (Speaker) Delia Anderson, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - Boston; (Speaker) Marie Dacey, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - Boston; (Speaker) William W. McCloskey, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - Boston

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Novel Methods of IPPE Instruction Delivery
Recent changes to ACPE standards require increased IPPE exposure which has introduced challenges for Schools of Pharmacy. UMKC developed several unique methods of delivering IPPE content and experience. Online modules were created to introduce clinical topics to students in an on-demand setting to facilitate enriched learning at the practice site.
(Speaker) Maqual R. Graham, University of Missouri - Kansas City; (Speaker) Brooke Y. Patterson, University of Missouri - Kansas City; (Moderator) Steven C. Stoner, University of Missouri - Kansas City; (Speaker) Cameron C. Lindsey, University of Missouri - Kansas City; (Chair) Valerie L. Ruehter, University of Missouri - Kansas City; (Speaker) Crystal D. Obering, University of Missouri - Kansas City; (Speaker) Deepti Vyas, University of Missouri - Kansas City

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Special Session: Health Disparities: A Role for Pharmacy
Pharmacists have many opportunities to address the challenges of improving health disparities. We will define health disparities, discuss opportunities to incorporate concepts of improving health disparities into pharmacy curricula and highlight pharmacy practice in the community.

(Speaker) Leigh Ann Ross, The University of Mississippi; (Speaker) Ruth E. Nemire, Touro College of Pharmacy; (Moderator) Lisa M. Lundquist, Mercer University; (Speaker) Julie C. Kissack, Harding University

7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
AACP Closing Banquet
The closing banquet celebrates the Association's collective accomplishments over the past year and honors the recipients of the Rufus A. Lyman Award.


Wednesday, July 22


7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Final House of Delegates Sign-In
All delegates must register their attendence during this sign-in hour.

7:30 a.m. - Noon
Special Session: APhA Career Pathway Evaluation Program for Pharmacy Professionals: Train the Trainer Session
This session will provide faculty members from colleges and schools of pharmacy with a detailed overview of the program and its components so participants can effectively facilitate the program to student pharmacists as a part of the school's curriculum. Pre-registration is required for this program; visit: http://fs3.formsite.com/apha/CareerPathwayReg/index.html
(Moderator) Kathryn F. Kuhn, National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation; (Speaker) Linda Garrelts MacLean, Washington State University; (Speaker) Karl D. Fiebelkorn, University of Buffalo

8:00 a.m. - Noon
Special Session: The EPIQ (Educating Pharmacy Students and Pharmacists to Improve Quality) Program: a Train-the-Trainer Program for Pharmacy Faculty
A turn-key quality improvement education program for pharmacy students and pharmacists has been developed via a collaborative effort between pharmacy educators and the Pharmacy Quality alliance (PQA).  Come to this train the trainer session and learn about - and get a copy of - this curriculum so you can incorporate the content into your college of pharmacy’s curricula.  This fully contained 17 session modular course comes complete with all of the presentations, speakers notes, readings, in-class activities, sample syllabi, example projects, and suggestions for incorporating these modules into the curriculum.
(Session Coordinator) Laura Cranston, Pharmacy Quality Alliance, Inc.; (Speaker) Terri Warholak, The University of Arizona; (Speaker) Donna West, The University of Mississippi; (Speaker) David Holdford, Virginia Commonwealth University

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Final House of Delegates Session
Administrative and faculty delegates meet to adopt policy statements and conduct other business before the 2009 House of Delegates.
(Speaker) Rodney A. Carter, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Lucinda L. Maine, AACP

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Special Session: Effective and Innovative Strategies to Address the Shortage of Introductory and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiential Sites
Changes in ACPE accreditation standards coupled with increased numbers of pharmacy schools and larger class sizes have focused attention on the availability of experiential training sites. This program will consist of presentations by four speakers who have successfully created innovative experiential sites for large numbers of IPPE and APPE rotations.
(Moderator) Abby A. Kahaleh, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine; (Speaker) Christopher J. Turner, University of Colorado Denver

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Special Session: Fostering Active Learning in Small and Large Classrooms: Creative Teaching Techniques
Fostering active learning and student participation in content-heavy courses is challenging. Creative methods to engage students can remedy these challenges. We will demonstrate strategies to engage students in active learning that have been successful with groups as large as 300 students, as well as in small classroom settings.
(Speaker) Jennifer Goldman-Levine, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; (Speaker) Kate MacDonald, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Special Session: Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs of Team-Based Learning in Pharmacy Practice Education
Team-based learning (TBL) emphasizes team building; self-directed, active learning; and immediate instructor feedback. This session will begin with an overview of TBL led by faculty members who have successfully implemented TBL in various types of courses. The program will conclude with small and large group discussions.
(Moderator) Andrea R. Franks, The University of Tennessee; (Speaker) Michelle M. Zingone, The University of Tennessee; (Speaker) Alexander B. Guirguis, University of Tennessee; (Speaker) Brigitte L. Sicat, Virginia Commonwealth University; (Speaker) Cynthia Kirkwood, Virginia Commonwealth University; (Speaker) Melissa S. Medina, The University of Oklahoma; (Speaker) Susan E. Conway, The University of Oklahoma; (Speaker) Ann E. Lloyd, The University of Oklahoma

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Special Session: Spanning the Spectrum of Active Learning:  From Short and Simple to Comprehensive and Complex
ACPE Standard 11 emphasizes incorporating active learning into Pharm.D. curricula. This evidence-based session explores the efficacy and efficiency of active learning models highlighting practices from five Pharm.D. programs. Examples will range from brief activities in large lectures to whole course models. Participants will design activities to include within their courses.
(Moderator) Kristen L. Helms, Auburn University; (Speaker) Renee L. Rose, University of Florida; (Speaker) Debbie C. Byrd, The University of Tennessee; (Speaker) Wendy Duncan-Hewitt, St. Louis College of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Charles T. Taylor, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Pamela L. Stamm, Auburn University

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
NCPA Foundation: An Opportunity to Expand Student Learning:  Business Plan Development for Innovative Pharmacy Practices, Pharmacy Ownership/Management, and the NCPA Pruitt-Schutte National Student Business Plan Competition
This session highlights how a faculty member can effectively and efficiently mentor pharmacy students in business plan development.  The lessons learned will prepare faculty members to guide students toward cultivating a business acumen that can be broadly applied to start-up enterprises, future career positions, and participation in the NCPA Pruitt-Schutte National Business Plan Competition. Sponsored by AmerisourceBergen and the NCPA Foundation.
(Moderator) Kathryn F. Kuhn, National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation; (Speaker) Linda Garrelts MacLean, Washington State University; (Speaker) Karl D. Fiebelkorn, University of Buffalo.

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Special Session: Suggestions and Tips for Successful Preparation and Submission of Manuscripts to AJPE
This program will provide the participants with suggestions and useful tips needed to successfully prepare a manuscript using survey research or for instructional design and assessment. In addition, this program will provide an overview of the AJPE manuscript submission and reviewing Web site.
(Speaker) Karen Shipp, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education; (Speaker) Jack E. Fincham, University of Missouri-Kansas City; (Chair) Joseph T. DiPiro, South Carolina College of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Claire Anderson, School of Pharmacy University of Nottingham; (Moderator)  Gayle A. Brazeau, University of Buffalo

10:30 a.m. - Noon
Academic Section and Special Interest Group AACP Web Master Training
Academic Section and Special Interest Group AACP Web Master Training. Closed Meeting.
(Moderator) Allan Lee, AACP; (Moderator) Rebecca M. Morgan, AACP

10:30 a.m. - Noon
NCPA Foundation: An Opportunity to Expand Student Learning:  Business Plan Development for Innovative Pharmacy Practices, Pharmacy Ownership/Management, and the NCPA Pruitt-Schutte National Student Business Plan Competition (this session is a repeat of the earlier session)
This session highlights how a faculty member can effectively and efficiently mentor pharmacy students in business plan development.  The lessons learned will prepare faculty members to guide students toward cultivating a business acumen that can be broadly applied to start-up enterprises, future career positions, and participation in the NCPA Pruitt-Schutte National Business Plan Competition. Sponsored by AmerisourceBergen and the NCPA Foundation(Moderator) Kathryn F. Kuhn, National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation; (Speaker) Linda Garrelts MacLean, Washington State University; (Speaker) Karl D. Fiebelkorn, University of Buffalo. 

10:30 a.m. - Noon
Special Session: Successful Strategies by Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy for Addressing the Leadership Gap
Current efforts preparing students to implement needed change in pharmacy practice and healthcare delivery are highlighted. Faculty will describe how leadership themes have been successfully integrated into core curricula and learning activities that facilitate student achievement. Roundtable discussions identify key opportunities beginning with the admissions process through new practitioner initiatives.
(Moderator) Nanci L. Murphy, University of Washington; (Speaker) Cynthia J. Boyle, University of Maryland; (Speaker) Todd D. Sorensen, University of Minnesota; (Speaker) Karan N. Dawson, University of Washington

10:30 a.m. - Noon
Liberal Education SIG: Heart Matters: Introducing Psychosocial Human Isues into the Pharmacy Curriculum
We will share our four-year experience with an innovative Heart Matters in Pharmacy syllabus and invite discussion for promoting inclusion of these complex, psychosocial topics across the pharmacy curriculum.
(Speaker) Eleanor M. Vogt, University of California, San Francisco, (Chair) Mary K. Gurney, Midwestern University-Glendale

10:30 a.m. - Noon
Special Session: Intervention Databases:  A Tool for Documenting Student Learning and Clinical Value
Three schools will report on the development and utilization of their online intervention systems that document clinical and economic impact of pharmacy students. Experiential programs should consider these systems for curricular assessment as mandated by accreditation standards. Discussion will include how the data can be utilized by all APPE stakeholders.
(Speaker) Ruth E. Nemire, Touro College of Pharmacy; (Speaker) Beverly A. Talluto, Virginia Commonwealth University; (Moderator) Debra A. Copeland, Northeastern University; (Speaker) Margarita V. DiVall, Northeastern University

10:30 a.m. - Noon
Special Session: Strategies for Analyzing and Interpreting Curricular Mapping Data
This presentation will review curricular mapping strategies that can be used to facilitate the analyses and interpretation of curricular mapping data.
(Speaker) Sean Leonard, Nova Southeastern University; (Speaker) Graciela Armayor, Nova Southeastern University; (Speaker) Katherine Kelley, The Ohio State University

10:30 a.m. - Noon
Special Session: Teaching Assistants - Effective Development and Assessment Practices
Teaching assistants (graduate or professional students, residents, practitioners) are increasingly integral to delivering pharmacy curricula. This interactive session highlights how three Doctor of Pharmacy programs utilize these faculty extenders in didactic, laboratory, and experiential activities, and provides tips for assessing teaching assistants and developing their ability to effectively assess students.
(Speaker) Kelly Scolaro, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; (Speaker) Kelly M. Smith, University of Kentucky; (Speaker) Kimberly H. Deloatch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; (Speaker) Richard Segal, University of Florida


Roundtable Discussion Topics

Sunday, July 19

A Comprehensive Diagnostic Examination as a Capstone Assessment in an Accelerated Pharm.D. Program
Anna K. Morin, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Worcester

Acceptable Measures of Student Achievement
Shauna M. Buring, University of Cincinnati

Assessing Sterile Compounding Skills in the Pharmacy Curriculum
Paul J. Kiritsy, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

Behavioral-Based Interviewing for Prospective Pharmacy Students
Sneha Baxi, Chicago State University

Designing an Innovative and Integrated Curriculum Based upon Core Competency Outcomes Mapping
Shariq Ali, Touro College of Pharmacy New York

E-Portfolios throughout the Pharmacy Curriculum
Courtney D. Krueger, University of Illinois at Chicago

Effective Methods for Teaching and Assessing Mastery of Adult and Pediatric Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy in the Professional Pharmacy Curriculum
Linda M. Spooner, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Worcester

Exposing P4 Students to the Grant Process and Delivery of Services
Bonnie Brown, Butler University

Identify Potential Challenges and Solutions to Developing an Experiential Education Program
Jeffrey T. Copeland, University of the Incarnate Word

Implementing a USP <797> Training for Students just before their APPE Rotations
Angela Ockerman, Butler University

Incorporating Public Health into IPPEs
Susanne Barnett, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Innovation in Teaching: Use of Blogs as a Learning Tool
Anne Policastri, University of Kentucky

Integration of 4 Distinct Pharmacy Practice Laboratories (Community, Institutional, Communication and Physical Assessment) within an Advanced Practice Management course
Joseph W. Ferullo, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

Integration of a Drug Information Component and Patient Counseling Sessions with a Community Dispensing Laboratory in an Advanced Practice Management Course
Catherine A. Taglieri, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

Mentoring Distance Faculty
Deepti Vyas, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Mentoring Onsite Clinical and Tenure-Track Faculty
Therese I. Poirier, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Need for Geriatric Emphasis within the Pharmacy Curriculum-How can this be done and what manpower/resources will be needed?
Phillip I. Wizwer, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

School/College of Pharmacy Personal Computers Requirements for Professional Pharmacy Students: Necessary and/or Advisable in 2009?
Robert J. Doerksen, The University of Mississippi

Strategic Alliances: Academia & State Associations
Curtis D. Black, The University of Toledo

Student Professionalism in the 21st Century
Kristen L. Goliak, University of Illinois at Chicago

Teaching and Learning with Human Patient Simulation
Brenda S. Bray, Washington State University

Teaching in Integrated Pharmacotherapy Sequence
Srikanth Kolluru, Texas A&M Health Science Center

The Development of Longitudinal Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experiences
Patricia Devine, Butler University

The Role of Pharmacy Faculty in the Bioidentical Hormone Controversy
Teresa W. Wilborn, Samford University

Transitioning to a Patient-Centered Laboratory Curriculum: Lessons Learned
Mikael D. Jones, University of Kentucky

Utilizing Faculty Extenders In Experiential Education
T. Lynn Stevenson, Auburn University

Utilizing case-based active-learning techniques to educate P4 students about medication assistance options including Medicare Part D
Heather P. Whitley, Auburn University

 

Monday, July 20

A You Tube Discovery Learning Project
Seena L. Haines, Palm Beach Atlantic University

Advancing Health Literacy in the Community
Carolyn J. Friel, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Worcester

Assistance and Provision of Prescription Drugs to Financially Indisposed Patients
Kevin C. Farmer, The University of Oklahoma

Business Plan Development: Concept to Completion and Everything in Between - Educating PY3 Students on how to Build a Successful Business Model While Working in Teams in an Advanced Pharmacy Practice course
Joseph W. Ferullo, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

Developing Professional Writing in the Curriculum
Kelly M. Shields, Ohio Northern University

Educating the Next Generation of Pharmacy Students: Early Experience with Virtual Learning in Second Life at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Peter Koval, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Enhancing Learning and Critical Thinking Skills in Pharmacy Students using Jeopardy!-Style Game
Rajat Sethi, Texas A&M Health Science Center

E-Portfolios in the Pharm.D. Curriculum: Sharing Best Practices for Administration and Review
Stefani Hines, The University of New Mexico

Facilitating Learner-Centered Teaching in an Accelerated Pharm.D. Program
Abir Kanaan, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Worcester

High Stakes Assessment in the Laboratory Setting
Stephanie Enz, Butler University

How to Write Good Exam Questions?
Srikanth Kolluru, Texas A&M Health Science Center

Implementation of a Home Health Care Specialty APPE Rotation: Expanding the Horizon for Patient Centered Experiences
Linda Garrelts MacLean, Washington State University

Instructions for Making a Nutritious Experiential Education Program
Jeffrey T. Copeland, University of the Incarnate Word

Interprofessional Education: Development of Case-Based Curriculum Using a Problem Based Learning Model
Janice Hoffman, Western University of Health Sciences

IPPE - Establishing Guidelines for Student Participation in Community Outreach Activities
Andrea Duchac, University of Wisconsin-Madison

IPPE and APPE Experiences: Medication Therapy Management and Health Literacy
Carrie M. Maffeo, Butler University

Mentoring from a Menteeís Perspective
Joel C. Marrs, Oregon State University

Organizing Medical Mission Projects for Pharmacy Students
Christine R. Birnie, St. John Fisher College

Peer Mentoring: A Reciprocal Journey of Development for Student Pharmacists
Jane Wilson

Social Networks in MTM
Fadia T. Shaya, University of Maryland

Student Peer-Teaching
Anna Ratka, Texas A&M Health Science Center

Teaching Drug Information Skills to Pharmacy Students: The Role of Librarians
Mariana Lapidus, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

Teaching International Pharmaceutical Abstracts
Vernon K. Duba, The University of Iowa

Teaching Medication Safety Principles and Concepts within the Pharm.D. Curriculum
Susan Jacobson, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

The Integration of P1 and P3 Pharmacy Students in an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Management Laboratory
Steven J. Crosby, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston

Using New Social Media for Pharmacy Student Recruitment and Alumni Engagement
Jeff J. Cain, University of Kentucky

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