Sunday, July 24: 4:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Amity Group Foundation
Michael Wright, Coordinator
Exhibit Booth: 301
Pharmacogenetics Center of Excellence Presents: Pharmacogenetics in Community Practice and the Role of the Educator for Future Pharmacists. Learn how to incorporate a clinical application into your pharmacogenetics curriculum from nationally-recognized Certified Pharmacogenetic pharmacists who have been successful in the community setting. Explore innovative ways to incorporate pharmacogenetics into the classroom to inspire and motivate students in a future in pharmacy beyond dispensing. The leaders of the Pharmacogenetic Center of Excellence will present their model for best practices for the practical implementation in different settings. They will share their journey and model, and how they came to speak on PGx to the FDA and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Sunday, July 24: 5:20 p.m.–5:50 p.m.
Liaison International’s Enrollment Marketing Platform (EMP)
Brandon Crutchfield, Associate VP,
Enrollment Management Solutions
Exhibit Booth: 313
EMP: Nurturing Prospects in the Age of Instant Information. Prospective students face a dizzying array of choices when it comes to graduate schools, and careers and whether they fill out a form on your website, attend an event at your school, or directly apply, they still need to be responded to in agile, immediate and relevant way for the student that’s reliable, automated, transparent and trackable for the school and admissions team. Liaison, partner of PharmCAS and now PharmGRAD is proud to review their Enrollment Marketing Platform (EMP) tool that can help organize and optimize this outreach and conversion for your current prospects.
Sunday, July 24: 6:10 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Scott Helf, President
Exhibit Booth: 202
ProgressIQ brings all meaningful student performance data into a secure and intuitive web interface. ProgressIQ works with existing systems to aggregate preadmission, preclinical, national licensing exam, rotation and learning outcome data. Empower advisors and deans through alerts, notes and integrated information to catch students before they fail. ProgessIQ: All together.
Monday, July 25: 10:40 a.m.–11:10 a.m.
Education Management Solutions (EMS)
Nick D’Amico, Regional Sales Manager, North
Exhibit Booth: 102
Join us for a presentation to learn how EMS’ SIMULATIONiQ™ Enterprise can automate the OSCE process. In this session you will discover how our innovative technology can be used to simplify the management of running an OSCE by: setting DVRs to record cases/scenarios; scheduling students in multiple rooms at different times; automating paging announcements during station rotations; managing all of your cases/scenarios in a centralized database; scoring students by question, category, station, and session; and more!
Monday, July 25: 11:30 a.m.–Noon
Mike Duchock, Marketing Events Manager
Exhibit Booths: 118, 120
ExamSoft is excited to be represented at the 2016 AACP Annual Meeting. This year, we have the honor of hosting a client meet-up and Q&A session hosted by ExamSoft Product Owner, Jennifer Bishop. Feel free to stop by the TechXPO Theater in the Exhibit Hall to network with fellow ExamSoft users and inquire about software updates, assessment tips and more.
Monday, July 25: 12:20 p.m.–12:50 p.m.
CORE Higher Education Group
Alexis Carbone, Business Development Director
Exhibit Booths: 412, 414
Establishing a career path framework sooner rather than later: Leveraging CORE Technology to better prepare students for specific career paths.
Competition in the pharmacy job market is intensifying. How can students identify earlier in their academic career which career path is best for them? How can students prepare sooner for the search, application, and interview processes for competitive jobs and residencies within their desired career paths?
Monday, July 25: 1:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m.
PharmAcademic—McCreadie Group, Inc.
Amy Bridges, Director of Educational Products
Jennifer Drabing, Education Specialist
Exhibit Booth: 402
PharmAcademic is used by colleges of pharmacy and residency programs nationwide to manage pharmacy education for students and residents. Learn more about what PharmAcademic can do to help your program meet experiential, assessment and accreditation requirements, while allowing students to generate course, rotation and program level portfolio data that can be used for student and program assessment. We will demonstrate how faculty and preceptors manage schedules and assessment tasks for multiple programs on a single page, and you can sign up for a one-on-one demo with McCreadie Group to learn how PharmAcademic can be customized to meet your program’s unique needs.