Several faculty in the NDSU pharmacy practice department recently presented or published papers.
Three faculty presented papers at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy meeting in Kissimmee, Fla., July 14-18. Jeanne Frenzel, associate professor; Elizabeth Skoy, assistant professor; and Heidi Eukel, assistant professor, co-wrote three posters: “Using an Injection Simulator Arm to Train and Assess Pharmacy Students’ Injection Administration Technique,” “Longitudinal Assessment of Impromptu Consultations of Select Top 200 Medications” and “Using Student-Produced Videos to Increase Knowledge of Self-Care Topics and Nonprescription Medications,” which also was published in Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
Frenzel and Eukel also presented “Bridging the Gap Between the Classroom and the Clinical Environment” as part of a program by the Laboratory Instructors Special Interest Group.
Also at the meeting, Rebecca Focken, assistant professor, presented two posters, titled “Development of an Institutional Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Assessment Plan” and “Development of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences Utilizing Evidence-Based Methods of Adult Learning.” Focken also presided at a roundtable discussion of “Assessment in IPPE: Moving Beyond the Preceptor Evaluation.”
Christian Albano, assistant professor; David Scott, professor; Donald Miller, professor; and Charles Peterson, professor and dean of pharmacy, nursing, and allied sciences, co-wrote a school poster on “An Integrated, Interprofessional and Innovative Pharmacy Experience.”
In addition, Skoy presented “Development of an MTM Patient-Centered Care Checklist” at the American Pharmacists’ Association annual meeting in New Orleans in March.
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