Hosted by the Global Education SIG
The main goal of this webinar is to share education and training strategies for enhancing pharmacists and students pharmacists’ competencies in global public health, especially to better meet the needs of underserved populations. The presenters will share knowledge, resources, support, and opportunities for innovative teaching models in global public health.
Specifically, the presenters will share examples of global public health problems, methods for assessing learners’ skills, and effective strategies for identifying the best pedagogy for applying the knowledge that that learners gain from didactic courses in real-world settings to address preparedness and response for global public health emergencies. Ultimately, the participants will learn how to educate pharmacists and students pharmacists to become high-performing health professionals to enhance public health locally, nationally, and globally.
- Discuss the pharmacists and student pharmacists’ knowledge in global public health.
- Examine effective strategies for innovative teaching and training models to enhance pharmacists and students pharmacists’ competencies in global public health.
- Share examples of active learning activities on “Healthy People 2030” & Global Initiatives.
- Promote the expanding the roles of pharmacists in global public health.
Samford University, McWhorter School of Pharmacy
Abby A. Kahaleh, PhD, MS, BPharm, MPH, FAACP
Tenured Faculty of Clinical & Administrative Sciences & Board of Trustees Faculty
Roosevelt University College of Science, Health, & Pharmacy
Julie Kalabalik, PharmD, MPH
Assistant Professor & Chair of Pharmacy Practice
Fairleigh Dickinson University
School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Sharon Connor, PharmD
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy