Project Profile: Social Networking and Interprofessional Education

The Use of Social Networking to Improve the Quality of Interprofessional Education (IPE) Why is social networking a useful approach to (or strategy for) IPE? We must find ways for learners to truly collaborate around the care of a patient.  However, there are major logistical barriers to interprofessional education.  Leveraging learning technologies to foster collaboration … More Project Profile: Social Networking and Interprofessional Education

Project Profile: Conversations with Women in Leadership

Drs. Claire Kolar and Kristin Janke received an Institutional Change Grant from the University of Minnesota Women’s Center to fund the program Outside the Pharmacy: Conversations with Women in Leadership. This program brought together women students, residents, and faculty at the College of Pharmacy, and pharmacists in the workforce with women involved in leadership across … More Project Profile: Conversations with Women in Leadership

Programming at the AACP Annual Meeting

In addition to winning the Innovations in Teaching Award and numerous poster presentations, the MN delegation to the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting in July 2015 was also actively involved in delivering programming. We have a lot to share because our faculty and students made many contributions this year! National Conversations … More Programming at the AACP Annual Meeting

Poster Presentations at the AACP Annual Meeting

In July, 8 UMN-COP faculty and 2 graduate students presented posters of their work in advancing pharmacy education at the American Association of College of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting in National Harbor, MD. Assessment and Evaluation Faculty at the MN-COP are actively involved in the development of new processes and tools for student learning assessment … More Poster Presentations at the AACP Annual Meeting