Gaining Consensus, Providing Faculty Support, & Sharing Global Strategies 

Hosted by the Council of Faculties

Since the inception of the PharmD degree, pharmacy education has expanded rapidly to keep pace with an evolving practice environment and accreditation requirements. Through the identification of four exemplars of schools/colleges of pharmacy, this webinar will provide attendees with a global insight into combating curricular inefficiency (hoarding) with a focus on three key areas: programmatic buy-in, provision of faculty support, and global strategies for streamlining the curriculum (i.e. addition/subtraction of content). Attendees will gain wisdom regarding both the processes and challenges involved with pursuing curricular efficiency.


  1. Describe curricular inefficiency (hoarding) to identify its relevance within the current 
  2. landscape of pharmacy academia. 
  3. Describe options for gaining programmatic consensus regarding curricular efficiency.
  4. Identify ways to support faculty actively battling curricular hoarding.
  5. Highlight global strategies to effectively make decisions about content elimination.


Mary Stamatakis, PharmD
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Educational Innovation
West Virginia University School of Pharmacy 

Angela Brownfield, PharmD
Director of Experiential Learning 
University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Pharmacy 


Adam Persky, PhD
Associate Dean, Professional Education
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy 

Jackie Zeeman, PharmD
Assistant Director, Office of Effectiveness, Planning, and Assessment
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy 

Emily McCoy, PharmD
Interim Assistant Dean - Mobile
Assistant Director of Student Affairs – Mobile
Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy 

Lori Hornsby, PharmD 
Associate Clinical Professor
Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy 

Jennifer Trujillo, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS, CDCES, BC-ADM
University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 

Katherine Kelley, PhD
Associate Dean-Assessment & Strategic Initiatives
The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy 

Victoria Williams, PharmD
Assistant Professor 
The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy 

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