AACP Institutional and Individual Members continuously work with other sectors of pharmacy and health care that provide examples of successful practices. These documents describe successful collaborations involving AACP members in various aspects of education, practice and research.
- Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy Collaborations with Pharmacy Technician Education/Training Programs: The 2014 Professional Affairs Committee solicited information regarding successful collaborative practices between colleges/schools of pharmacy and pharmacy technician education/training programs. Nineteen responses to this inquiry were received and are described.
- Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy Collaborations with State Pharmacy Associations and State Boards of Pharmacy: The 2013 Professional Affairs Committee solicited information regarding successful collaborative practices between colleges/schools of pharmacy, state pharmacy associations and state boards of pharmacy. Fourteen responses to this inquiry were received and are described.
- Medication Adherence Educators Toolkit: This toolkit identifies teaching strategies to prepare student pharmacists to detect, monitor, and improve medication adherence in pharmacy practice was developed by a special AACP and National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) Advisory Committee. The best practices and resources presented in this toolkit have been divided into one of four categories: Assessing Medication Adherence, Improving Medication Adherence Through the Use of Aids, Empowering Patients to Improve Medication Adherence, and Resolving Barriers to Medication Adherence.
- Medication Adherence Educators Challenge Submissions Summary: This document summarizes the submissions to the Innovative Medication Adherence Educators Challenge jointly issued by AACP and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA). These educational tools provide information on the medication adherence educational strategies implemented by academic pharmacy. Medication Therapy Management Curricular Strategies: AACP and the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) jointly issued a call for best practices for integrating Medication Therapy Management (MTM) into pharmacy school curricula. There is a summary report of submissions and a full report of submissions.
- Effective Partnerships to Implement Pharmacists' Services in Team-Based, Patient-Centered Healthcare: The 2011 Professional Affairs Committee solicited information regarding collaborations and programs that colleges and schools of pharmacy have with outside entities that have contributed to the implementation of pharmacist services for team-based, patient-centered care. Information from 13 member institutions describing 23 collaborations were received and are described.
- Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy Faculty Retention Initiatives: AACP solicited information from Institutional Members in 2011 regarding initiatives that have been established to retain pharmacy school faculty. Responses from four institutional members with a total of six initiatives were received and are described.
- Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy Involvement with Pharmacists Integration in Primary Care Practice: The 2010 Professional Affairs Committee solicited information regarding how colleges and schools of pharmacy have integrated pharmacists into primary care models and/or practices. There were 28 academic pharmacy-affiliated practices received and are described.