Showcase of the 2022 Laboratory Innovation and Teaching Excellence (LITE) Awards

August 10, 2022
3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. ET
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Hosted by the Laboratory Instructors SIG

The Laboratory Instructors SIG is pleased to showcase the LITE award finalists in this webinar. Our winner will discuss their multi-station comprehensive women’s health lab designed to prepare pharmacy students for expanded roles in women’s health and approaching contraceptive care in an inclusive and culturally sensitive way. Runners-up will also share their innovative lab activities: 1) a roleplay circuit reinforcing appropriate assignment of tasks in the community pharmacy based on the roles and responsibilities of team members, and 2) a longitudinal transitions of care lab spanning from inpatient admission through discharge and outpatient follow-up. 

Objectives

  1. Identify essential pharmacy student skills in the area of women’s health given the expanding role of the pharmacist.
  2. Describe how to integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion topics when teaching skills related to contraceptive counseling.
  3. Describe a lab activity reinforcing appropriate assignment of tasks in the community pharmacy based on the roles and responsibilities of team members.
  4. Discuss the advantages and challenges of an innovative, longitudinal lab for teaching transitions of care.

Moderator

Kelly Lempicki, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Director, Clinical Skills and Simulation Center
Midwestern University, Downers Grove Campus

Presenters

Marina Maes, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP
Assistant Professor 
UW-Madison School of Pharmacy

Joshua Wollen, PharmD
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Houston College of Pharmacy

Brittney Meyer, PharmD
Professor
South Dakota State University

Alex Middendorf, PharmD, MBA
Assistant Professor
South Dakota State University

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