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Drake CPHS Faculty Participate in Annual AACP Meeting in Seattle, WA

July 15, 2010
News PhotoDrake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences faculty participated in the recent American Association of College of Pharmacy Annual Meeting in Seattle July 10 – 14. 

Dr. Charles Phillips, Associate Professor of Social and Administrative Pharmacy and Assistant Dean for Assessment was honored with one of two Awards for Excellence in Assessment.  In addition to the award, Dr. Phillips participated in a Special Session on his winning assessment portfolio as well as a presenting a poster for the Scholarship of Assessment, Learning and Teaching session titled:  Assessment  of Teaching:  Integrating Faculty, Department, and College Goals. 

The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences had seven faculty who also presented posters related to their pharmacy practice work. They were:

Michelle Bottenberg, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice:  Use of Skills-Based Exam to Document Competency in an Advanced Pharmacy Skills and Applications Course.

Cheryl Clarke, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice:  Utilizing Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Students to Improve Pertussis Immunization Rates in Mothers of Newborns.

Sarah Grady, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice:  Use of Student Pharmacist Feedback During a Journal Club in an Advanced Practice Experience.

Sean Stone, Assistant Professor of Librarianship and Pharmacy Science Librarian:  Pharmacy Students’ Use of Library and Information Resources.

Renae Chesnut, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs:  Pharmacy Student Entrepreneurial Orientation Scale (PSEO):  Developing a Baseline Measurement and Comparison.

Denise Soltis, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Assistant Dean for Clinical Affairs:  Building an IPPE Program to Build Skills and The Impact of Collaborative International Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) in Belize.

Nora Stelter, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice:  Enhancing Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) Across the Curriculum in the Community Chair Pharmacy Setting.