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Contributor:Lisa Lundquist
Administrative/Academic Title:Associate Dean for Administration
Institution:Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Other Contributors:Susan W. Miller Vice Chair of Pharmacy Practice Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences miller_sw@mercer.edu Candace Barnett Executive Associate Dean Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences barnett_c@mercer.edu
Title:Quarterly Accreditation Self-Study Updates to Stakeholders
Tool/Process Description:
For the 18 months preceding an ACPE site visit for the purpose of accreditation renewal of the Doctor of Pharmacy Program, a newsletter is prepared and distributed quarterly to stakeholders including faculty, preceptors, students, staff, alumni, board of visitors, and University administration. The first quarterly newsletter serves to educate about accreditation requirements, the self-study process, membership of the six self-study subcommittees (Mission, Planning, and Evaluation; Organization and Administration; Curriculum; Students; Faculty and Staff; and Facilities and Resources) and the timeline which will be followed. In each subsequent issue, articles from one or more of the six self-study subcommittees are included and provide an explanation of how the subcommittee is addressing its standards. In addition, special feature articles have addressed key topics and their linkage to accreditation standards, and have included the following titles: The College Evaluation Plan, AACP Standardized Survey Data, Profile of the Graduate, Experiential Education Advisory Board, and New Leadership and Advocacy Course. Inclusion of reflections and commentary from staff, students, alumni, and faculty provide evidence of their involvement in the self-study. All issues contain the text of the College’s mission and a QR code to a video illustrating the mission in action.

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