Feasibility and Benefit of Using a Community-Sponsored, Team-Based Management Project in a Pharmacy Leadership Course

Abstract Objective. Assess the impact of community-sponsored, team-based management projects in a leadership and management course on PharmD students’ teamwork skills and project sponsor satisfaction.  Design. Third-year pharmacy students were divided into eight to ten groups to complete a project proposed by local pharmacists as a “lab” to practice teamwork skills. Projects intended to meet a …

On-site pediatric and neonatal point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) course led by multi-disciplinary local experts may promote sustainable clinical POCUS integration.

Disclosure BC was a consultant for GE company and received research grant from Chiesi USA. BC did not receive any financial support specifically for this project. The other authors disclosed no conflict of interest. The research and REDcap database reported in this publication was supported (in part) by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences …

Two sides of the same coin: Elements that can make or break clinical learning encounters

Abstract Phenomenon: This project explored how faculty, residents, and students at an academic medical center have experienced meaningful learning moments, what contributed to such moments within the clinical learning environment, and how these moments map on to a previously developed conceptual model of the learning environment. Approach: During AY 2018-19, the authors interviewed faculty (n=8), and residents (n=5) from the …