PharmTalk: Innovative Practices in Interprofessional Education

Description

Preparing student pharmacists for the future of health care means preparing them to function effectively as members of interprofessional patient care teams. Come hear from pharmacists who work with students in various interprofessional settings as they share strategies for integrating student pharmacists into team-based practice.  

  • Student Pharmacists as Teachers: Prescription Writing for Medical Students. Sheila Allen
  • Students as Catalysts for Change: Innovation in Interprofessional Experiential Education. Lucas Berenbrok
  • Creating “Innovative Collaborations” – Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences’ Student Operated Pharmacy. Jacqueline Cleary
  • Using Student Pharmacists as Teachers: Non-Prescription Medication Education for Medical Students. Marlowe Djuric Kachlic
  • A Sweet Role – Provision of Pharmacy Services in a Dental Medicine Clinic. Lisa Palmisano
  • Improving Rural Pneumococcal Immunization Acceptance Through Interprofessional Academic Detailing. Kimberly McKeirnan
  • Expanding Interprofessional Practice Through Integration of Pharmacy-Led Learning Experiences into Physician Assistant Didactic Coursework. April Porter
  • Global and Rural Health – Maximizing Interprofessional Teams to Impact Patient Outcomes (GRIT). David Steeb

Pharmacist Learning Objectives

At the completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe innovative teaching tools and activities that preceptors can use to integrate student pharmacists into interprofessional practices and team-based care.
  2. Describe interprofessional practice models that effectively utilize student pharmacists to deliver effective and efficient patient care.

Technician Learning Objectives

At the completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe innovative teaching tools and activities that preceptors can use to integrate student pharmacists into interprofessional practices and team-based care.
  2. Describe interprofessional practice models that effectively utilize student pharmacists to deliver effective and efficient patient care.
 
 
 
Speakers:
Sheila
Sheila Allen, PharmD
Assistant Professor
 
Lucas
Lucas Berenbrok,
 
Lisa
Lisa Palmisano,
 
April
April Porter, PHARMD
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy - Kansas City
 
David
David Steeb,
University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy
 
Learning Level: Level 1
Pathway: Provider Status
Track: PharmTalk, Pharmacy Management and Professional Leadership
Session Time Slot(s): 
Date: 
Monday, March 19
Time: 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Room: 
Music City Center - Room 103A
ACPE Pharmacist: 0202-0000-18-087-L04-P
CEUs Pharmacist: 0.2
ACPE Pharmacy Technician: 0202-0000-18-087-L04-T
CEUs Pharmacy Technician: 0.2
Activity Type:
Knowledge-based