Hosted by the Laboratory Instructors SIG.
This webinar will describe how telehealth activities were implemented at two schools of pharmacy and discuss how faculty can implement similar activities at their institutions. A longitudinal interprofessional education telehealth program between pharmacy and medical students, as well as a telehealth simulation that integrates infectious disease point-of-care testing, counseling and self-care concepts will be described. These activities were designed to equip pharmacy students with the necessary skills to implement telehealth services in various clinical settings to address the healthcare needs of our communities.
- Discuss the planning and implementation of a longitudinal interprofessional education telehealth program between pharmacy and medical students.
- Discuss the planning and implementation of a telehealth encounter that integrates infectious disease point-of-care testing, pharmacists’ patient care process and self-care.
- Examine the tools used to assess student performance during telehealth encounters and data regarding the effectiveness of the activities.
Kelly Lempicki, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Director, Clinical Skills and Simulation
Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice
Ashleigh Barrickman, PharmD, BCACP, CTTS
Director of Skills Development & Clinical Assistant Professor
West Virginia University School of Pharmacy
Mathew A. Letizia, PharmD
Assistant Professor; Director of Professional Laboratories – Year 1
Clinical Sciences Department
Medical College of Wisconsin – School of Pharmacy