Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Institute 2024

Policies and Professional Development for Enhancing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at Your College/School of Pharmacy

The virtual Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Institute, co-hosted by the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, returns Jan. 24-26, 2024, to help members further advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism efforts at their institution and throughout the Association.

INtegrate 2024

Join your colleagues February 10-12 in Phoenix for three days of networking, learning and action planning at INtegrate 2024, AACP’s Interim Meeting.

Wellbeing Interventions in the Experiential Setting

Key Steps in Developing a Research Proposal

It is essential that pharmacy learners develop a professional identity by internalizing a core set of professional norms which in turn affect their thoughts, feelings, and actions.

Coincidence Analysis: Case Studies for Practice-based Implementation and Programmatic Assessment Projects

A Virtual Training Session for Practice-based Implementation and Programmatic Assessment

Pharmacy faculty, graduate students or administrators engaged in or interested in pharmacy research, programmatic assessment or implementation science are encouraged to attend this interactive, 90-minute virtual session on Thursday, October 12, 2023.

Your Next Academic Chapter: Career-Sustaining Behaviors for Career Vitality

The events of recent years have exacerbated pharmacy faculty burnout, negatively impacting morale and engagement. As a result, some faculty are disengaging while others are choosing to leave academia altogether.

Remediation Renovation: Creating Your Toolkit Using Strategies, an Encore

Successful remediation is a key contributor to on-time progression rates. Remediation approaches vary in timing, maximum opportunities allowed per student, structure, preparation efforts, and faculty workload.

From Small Improvements to Rebuilding Curriculum

There has been a call to action to champion equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) within pharmacy curricula. Speakers from two schools will present approaches used to incorporate EDI into self-care therapeutics courses.

Getting Comfortable being Uncomfortable

Talking about death tends to be an unpopular and underutilized topic in education. For schools that do cover it, death education is often limited to end-of-life pharmacotherapy and advanced care planning. Through the pandemic, the fragility of life has come to the forefront as important for students to be prepared to address this sensitive topic. In this session, faculty from two schools will discuss novel teaching tools available to engage students in compassionate conversations about death in the didactic, experiential, and interprofessional settings.

Kids Need Meds Too: Incorporating Pediatric Patients into Pharmacy Competencies

The goal of this webinar is to provide practical suggestions as to how pediatric patients can be addressed in existing curricula, including pharmacy calculations, patient education, and medication administration.