UMN-COP Faculty continue to innovate and share their insights with pharmacy educators. Below is a roundup of our recent publications. Assessment and Evaluation Supporting Formative Peer Review of Clinical Teaching through a Focus on Process Peer observation of didactic teaching is fairly common amongst educators. Peer observation of experiential teaching is seen much less often. … More Publication Record: Spring/Summer 2018
The UM-COP SOTL Journal Club has concluded its 3rd year and is headed into summer break. Over 38 sessions, we read and discussed 81 articles, helping us to become better teachers, as well as better authors and reviewers of educational scholarship. Each week, faculty, residents and graduate students dropped by as they were able. With … More Join Us at Journal Club
Dr. Heather Blue and Dr. Diana Langworthy were recently named 2018-2019 Fellows in the new AHC Fellowship for Teaching in Active Learning Classrooms. Over the next year, their efforts will be focused on the Acute Care Pharmacotherapy course (Phar 6786). In describing their plans, Dr. Heather Blue states: It is our vision to transition the … More Pharmacy Faculty Receive AHC Fellowship for Teaching
UMN-COP Faculty continue to innovate and share their insights with pharmacy educators. Below is a roundup of our recent publications. Educational Leadership & Administration StrengthsFinder ® Signature Themes of Talent in Pharmacy Residents at four Midwestern Pharmacy Schools We’ve profiled the use of StrengthsFinder ® in pharmacy students on the blog before, but in a … More Publication Record: Fall/Winter 2017
What is the LEA evaluation about? In 2018, the UMN College of Pharmacy is planning to celebrate a 10-year milestone for the Leadership Emphasis Area (LEA) program. In preparation for the event, the program directors wanted to do something special to showcase the accomplishments and successes of the program, along with finding out methods for … More Celebrating 10 years of student leadership development
At the Wulling Center, we’ve been trying to start a movement. – a movement that values and celebrates the role of educational scholarship in advancing pharmacy education. Inspired by this TED Talk, we decided to “start dancing” and see if others might join in. This August, we held a 10 day Tweet-a-Thon at #RxEdScholar. It was … More Join the 14 Day Pharmacy Writing Challenge
You may not often hear the words “scholarly” and “blog” used in the same sentence, but that is the new concept for Pulses; a scholarly blog supported by Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning (CPTL). Generated by several of the CPTL editors, this blog provides an outlet for scholarly dialogue in pharmacy education through brief … More Pharmacy education’s newest way to share your ideas.
Course and Curriculum Design Beyond the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process: Cultivating Patient Care Practitioners by Utilizing the Pharmaceutical Care Framework Drs. Claire Kolar, Keri Hager, and Victoria Losinski identify several next steps to promoting the teaching and utilization of the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process (PCPP). The team identifies the need to not only teach the … More Publication Record: Summer2017
Like last year, UMN-COP faculty and graduate students presented posters in a variety of disciplinary areas at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN. Click on the titles below to read more about each poster. School Poster on Assessing Student Achievement of CAPE Domain 4 Empowering Student Pharmacist Innovation … More Who and what was shared about our new curriculum at the 2017 AACP Annual Meeting?
Co-Curricular Activities in Pharmacy Education Co-curricular activities are defined as “experiences that complement, augment, and/or advance what is learned in the formal didactic and experiential curriculum.” Co-curricular activities may include things such as ‘brown bag’ medication reviews, participation in state and national legislative days, research projects, and holding office in student organizations or student government. … More Partnering with student organizations to support student success