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Successful Practices in Academic Pharmacy 

A compilation of successful practices pertinent to academic pharmacy. The documents highlight innovative programs and administrative procedures in selected focus areas currently in place at U.S. colleges and schools of pharmacy.

2013-2014 Successful Practices

School/College of Pharmacy Collaborations with Pharmacy Technician Education/Training Programs

 

2012-2013 Successful Practices

Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy Collaborations with State Pharmacy Associations and State Boards of Pharmacy

AACP NCPA Medication Adherence Educators Toolkit This toolkit was developed by a special Advisory Committee as an outgrowth of the 2012 Innovative Medication Adherence Educators Challenge to identify current teaching strategies to prepare student pharmacists to detect, monitor, and improve medication adherence in pharmacy practice.  The best practices and resources presented in this toolkit have been divided into four categories. 

 

2012 Innovative Medication Adherence Educators Challenge

Summary of Medication Adherence Educators Challenge Submissions - AACP and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) jointly issued a challenge to colleges and schools of pharmacy faculty to share their medication adherence education tools as well as to strategically think about innovative medication adherence educational tools that could be utilized by pharmacy academia in the future. This report summarizes the 37 challenge entries received, including the three challenge winners.

 

2011-2012 Successful Practices

MTM Curricula Call for Successful Practices - Full Submission Report - AACP and the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) jointly issued a call for best practices for integrating Medication Therapy Management (MTM) into pharmacy curricula. This report contains the full submissions from 18 colleges and schools of pharmacy describing how MTM is incorporated into their curriculum.

Development and Implementation of Curricula Strategies in MTM by Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy - Summary Report of Submissions - This report summarizes the full submissions report from the 18 colleges and schools of pharmacy describing how MTM is incorporated into their curriculum.

 

2010-2011 Successful Practices

Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy Involvement with Partnerships Contributing to the Implementation of Pharmacists' Services for Team-Based, Patient-Centered Care

Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy Faculty Retention Initiatives

 

2009-2010 Successful Practices

College/School Involvement with Pharmacists Integration in Primary Care Practice

College/School Involvement with Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependency Programs

 

2008-2009 Successful Practices

College/School Involvement in Offering Residency Programs

College/School Involvement in Conducting Dual-Degree Programs

Student Leadership Development


2007-08 Successful Practices

Health Promotion and Disease Prevention


2004-05 Successful Practices

Preparation for and Success in Academic Careers in Pharmacy

Experiential Education Delivery and Academia-Practice Partnerships


2003-04 Successful Practices

Program Assessment - With focus areas on Program Assessment Plan, Curricular Mapping and Implementation Barriers and Success Strategies.

Experiential Education - With focus areas on Administration of Experiential Education, Curriculum Development and Quality Assessment.

Interprofessional Education - With focus areas on Interprofessional Educational and Care Delivery Programs.


2002-03 Successful Practices

Faculty Searches, Recruitment and Hiring

Faculty Orientation, Retention and Development

Leadership Development for Staff, Faculty, Students and/or Administrators

Encouraging Student Interest in Academic Careers

Resource Acquisition

Organization and Structure

Short-term and Long-term College/School Planning

Academia-Practice Interface

Administration of Experiential Education

 

 

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