Publication Record: Summer 2016

UM-COP Faculty continue to innovate in the new curriculum and to share their insights with pharmacy educators.   Below is a roundup of our recent publications. Assessment and Evaluation Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) for Pharmacy Practice Dr. Amy Pittenger and a number of her MN-COP colleagues published a Statement in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education … More Publication Record: Summer 2016

Project Profile: Threshold Concepts and the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process

Dr. Claire Kolar is a graduate student in the Social and Administrative Pharmacy (SAPh) at the MN-COP. She is embarking on her dissertation research in the area of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL). The aims of Dr. Kolar’s research are: The first aim is to identify Threshold Concepts associated with pharmacy students learning the … More Project Profile: Threshold Concepts and the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process

Scholarly Teaching Series Part 8: Check Results Against Baseline

This is the eighth post in the Scholarly Teaching Series. Building off the work of Richlin (2001), we are highlighting various projects at the MN-COP to illustrate each step in the Scholarly Teaching process. Check Results Against Baseline Here are steps in the Scholarly Teaching process we have covered so far: Step 1: Observe a … More Scholarly Teaching Series Part 8: Check Results Against Baseline

Publication Record: Winter 2015/16

UM-CoP Faculty continue to innovate in the new curriculum and to share their insights with pharmacy educators.   Below is a roundup of our recent publications. Assessment and Evaluation A Five-Year Evaluation of Examination Structure Dr. Anne Schullo-Feulner has been teaching in Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy for many years. In this article, Dr. Schullo-Feulner, with collaborators Dr. Kristin … More Publication Record: Winter 2015/16

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

Innovations in Teaching Award

Congratulations to Shannon Reidt, Kristin Janke, Keri Hager, and Jim Beattie winning the 2015 Innovations in Teaching Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) for their project When Drug Literature Evaluation Isn’t Enough: Implementing a Longitudinal Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Sequence including a First-Year Milestone EBM Assessment. Dr. Reidt and her team designed, … More Innovations in Teaching Award

Academy of Distinguished Teachers Conference

In April 2015, a number of MN-COP faculty and students were selected to present their work at the University of Minnesota’s Academy of Distinguished Teachers (ADT) Conference, Making Sense of Educational Innovation. It was a chance for faculty, graduate students and residents to present their innovative work with colleagues outside of pharmacy. The conference was … More Academy of Distinguished Teachers Conference