Women's Health Curriculum

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Women's Health Curriculum 

Welcome to the ground-breaking Women’s Health Curriculum and toolbox developed through a collaboration between AACP and the FDA's Office of Women's Health. This curricular framework outlines core competencies and performance-based learning objectives for use in either dedicated courses on women's health or in conjunction with other pharmacy courses. While these core objectives and competencies should be introduced by faculty and mastered by all pharmacy students, the curriculum is designed to be flexible in order to keep up with the ever-changing knowledge about women's health issues. The curriculum contains multiple online resources to enhance discussions on the competencies and objectives. We will continually update and add to this framework and welcome your suggestions for topic areas and resource inclusion, which can be made by contacting Dr. Ruth E. Nemire, AACP associate executive vice president. We hope you and your students benefit from this curriculum, and use it and its resources in creative ways. Women are not only patients, but caregivers and healthcare decision makers in our society, and learning about and incorporating into pharmacy practice knowledge about their unique health needs benefits us all.

Last updated on: 11/27/2013 11:38 AM 

 Task Force Members

Laura Borgelt: (Laura.Borgelt@ucdenver.edu)
Associate Professor
Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Colorado

Gerald (Jerry) Briggs: (dplbriggs@gmail.com)
Co‐Author, Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation Co‐Author, Diseases, Complications, and Drug Therapy in Obstetrics: A Guide for Clinicians Long Beach Memorial Medical Center

Emmanuel (Tayo) Fadiran: (Emmanuel.Fadiran@fda.hhs.gov)
Senior Health Program Coordinator Office of Women’s Health
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Robert (Buzz) Kerr: (rkerr@aacp.org)
Former Vice President for Academic Affairs American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Professor Emeritus University of Maryland School of Pharmacy

Anne Lin: (aLin@ndm.edu)
Dean Notre Dame of Maryland School of Pharmacy

Jennifer McIntosh: (j.mcintosh@gmail.com)
Universitat de Barcelona ∙ Departamento de Medicina (Note: During much of the task force work, Dr McIntosh was Assistant Clinical Professor Bouvé College of Health Sciences School of Pharmacy Northeastern University)

Rosalie Sagraves: (sagraves@uic.edu)
AACP Task Force Consultant
Dean Emerita and Professor Emerita, College of Pharmacy University of Illinois at Chicago

Judith Smith: (jasmith@mdanderson.org)
Director, Translational Research Fellowship
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Elena Umland: (Elena.Umland@jefferson.edu)
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Jefferson School of Pharmacy Thomas Jefferson University

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