Implementing a Multi-Modal Approach for Student Well-being in the Pharmacy Curriculum

January 17, 2019
3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
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Implementing a Multi-Modal Approach for Student Well-being in the Pharmacy Curriculum


The literature identifying the benefits and efficacy of various well-being interventions is abundant.  These interventions, which we call Resilience Medicine, is a double resource for PharmD students: 1) a personal tool for progressing through a rigorous curriculum and 2) a professional skill for compassionate patient care. UCSF is adopting a multi-modal approach to equip students, faculty, and staff with resiliency skills (mindfulness, appreciation, verbal hygiene, and storytelling) via a certificate program to facilitate the integration of these tools and techniques into the curriculum with brief class exercises and peer facilitation supplemented with individual advising. We invite collaborators to join us in implementing this vision.

Objectives:

  • Identify opportunities to insert "resiliency medicine" interventions within the PharmD curriculum.
  • Recognize the utility of a multi-tiered model for student success and well-being.

Moderator:

Libby Ross
Sr Director
AACP

Presenters:

Eleanor Vogt, Professor
University of California San Francisco
School of Pharmacy

Crystal Zhou
Assistant Clinical Professor
University of California
San Francisco School of Pharmacy

Julie Reed
PharmD Advisor
University of California
San Francisco School of Pharmacy

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