Early Intervention for At-Risk Students: Effective Advising and Support

Early identification of struggling pharmacy students is crucial for cultivating academic success, mental well-being, and professional development in Schools of Pharmacy. Timely intervention is key to improving retention rates by promptly addressing issues, fostering a proactive learning environment. Attend the session to gain insights into utilizing Enflux, an analytics and decision support platform for setting up an effective early intervention process. Discover how our data-driven approach, focusing on student performance in competencies rather than just scores, enables quick identification of at-risk students. This facilitates targeted and effective interventions, streamlining support services for individual student needs. The result is a notable impact on graduation rates, effectively preparing students for successful pharmacy careers.

Unlocking Precision Medicine: Moving Beyond Pharmaco- “genomics” with a Multi-Omics Approach

Pharmacogenomics involves the association of genetic variation with therapeutic outcomes. The human genome, however, is only one part of the puzzle and understanding the complexities on how the genomic variation is reflected in gene expression transcript, protein variation and the genetics of host-microbe interactions help to explain the variations incompletely captured by the genome alone.

Navigating the Professional and Personal Challenges of Curricular Innovation

This webinar will discuss the interpersonal and cross-departmental challenges associated with curricular innovation and integration. The Academy has seen significant evidence of the benefits of the final product of curricular change, innovation, and transformation efforts, but what about the logistical beginning and middle parts of implementing change? The presenters will detail the challenges faced in working with colleagues across departments and strategies employed to optimize outcomes for everyone involved.

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.

Integrating Well-Being INTO Your Course

Hosted by the Well-Being and Resiliency Community

Wellbeing Interventions in the Experiential Setting

Stress and burnout are well-recognized among student pharmacists. Several factors influence student pharmacists' well-being. Evidence to support interventions to address well-being in the experiential setting is lacking. The purpose of this session is to discuss wellness assessment tools that can bring self-awareness and allow for self-calibration of students, and explore how to implement interventions to promote wellbeing.

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.