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Contributor:Rashid Mosavin
Administrative/Academic Title:Executive Associate Dean
Institution:Loma Linda University
Other Contributors:Dr. Billy Hughes, Dean
Title:Note-Worthy Practice – Standard 22 – Loma Linda
Tool/Process Description:
Program Description The self-study process was presented to the entire student body 10 months prior to the submission deadline. From each class (PY1-PY3), four individuals were selected to form the self-study student focus group. The focus group began meeting on bi-weekly basis with supervision by the chair of the Accreditation Oversight Committee. Student teams from each class worked on one standard of their choice every two weeks and presented their findings and comments during the subsequent meeting.

Tool/Process Details:

Length of use:1-3 years
Requirements:Standard Educational software such a PowerPoint.
Adapted From:
Loma Linda University, School of Pharmacy
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