Poster Snapshot Program

Pharmacy Education Symposium 2019 Poster snapshot sessions

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ERO = Education research Oral                                       ERP = Education Research Poster

EFO = Educational Framework Development Oral          EFP = Educational Framework Development Poster

PRO = Practice Research Oral                                        PRP = Practice Research Poster

TIO = Teaching innovation Oral                                       TIP = Teaching innovation Poster

Sunday 7 July: Snapshot session 1

5.00pm Chair: Dan Malone

EFP1. Developing a national competency framework for pharmacy education in Kenya

Claire Anderson

EFP2. An implementation plan for intercultural learning within a college of pharmacy

Ellen Schellhase

ERP1. An exploration of pharmacy education researchers’ perceptions of and experiences conducting qualitative research: challenges and benefits

Antonio Bush

ERP2. Laptop versus longhand notetaking: implications for primary language and foreign language speakers

Shane Desselle

ERP3. Assessment of Mental Health First Aid skills through simulated role-plays with mental health consumers: Rubric development and reliability testing

Sarira El-den

ERP5. Workforce development in the Commonwealth: progress, challenges and needs

Sherly Meilianti

ERP6. Understanding professionalism and the tenets of a pharmacy professional

Pamela Timanson

ERP7. The qualities of an effective Work-Based Pharmacist Tutor

Adenola Olayide

ERP8. Half empty or half full: assessors’ perspectives on interpretation of aggregated narrative assessment data

Kyle Wilby

PRP1. Interprofessional education – right approach, wrong participants? The gatekeeper role of the GP receptionist

Louise Hughes

PRP2. Assessment of pharmacy students' knowledge and attitudes towards geriatric pharmacy education and older adults: findings from Multiple Universities in Malaysia

Ali Blebil

PRP8. An Advance Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) for a Pharmacist E-Consultation Service with Primary Care Providers

Marie Smith

TIP1. Leadership 101 for Intern Pharmacists

Michelle Vienet

TIP2. Health promotion in high schools: student reflections on a core curriculum activity

Sarah Willis

Monday 8 July: Snapshot session 2

9.30am Chair: Andreia Bruno

EFP3. Development of a visualization and analytical method of the pharmacy curriculum at the University of Pécs, Hungary

Andras Fittler

EFP4. Curricular Transformation of a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Program

Frank Romanelli

EFP5. Learning and adapting from student achievement data

Jason Brunner

EFP6. Development of Bachelor and Master Degree Programmes in Global Health

John Pieper

ERP9. Same destination, different journey: A conceptual framework exploring underrepresented racial minority students’ experiences to become pharmacists

Antonio Bush

ERP10. Gender distribution in the global pharmacy workforce

Lawrencia Louise Brown

ERP11. Are we getting the big picture? Pharmacists’ understanding of risk factors and absolute risk in screening and monitoring

Karen Luetsch

ERP12. Observation of activities undertaken by undergraduate pharmacy students on ward-based hospital placements

Lynda Cameron

ERP13. Evaluation of a novel Clinical Learning in Practice (CLIP) model in UK Teaching Hospitals for Undergraduate Pharmacy students

Danielle Wigg

ERP14. A-level biology as a positive predictor for year 1 success in the UCL MPharm degree

Michael Munday

ERP15. An evaluation of a Certificate in Business Administration (CBA) programme for MPharm students

Kat Hall

ERP16. Pharmacy student characteristics associated with successful acceptance into a pharmacy post-graduate training program

Kathryn Morbitzer

ERP17. A study to investigate undergraduate pharmacy students’ experience of an integrated curriculum

Ausaf Khan

ERP18. A structured approach to the use of videos and reflective practice in preparing for OSCEs

Vivienne Mak

ERP19. Development and evaluation of a Situational Judgement Scenarios Tool for the faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences at Monash University

Carl Kirkpatrick

Tuesday 9 July: Snapshot session 3

9.30am Chair: Joe Nicolazzo

ERP21. To learn, pharmacy students need to do - a pilot on learning asthma first aid

Dalia Bajis

ERP22. "I’ve enjoyed it… I’d choose to do it again…”: Evaluation of an innovative multi-sector pre-registration pharmacist training programme in Wales

Laura Doyle

ERP23. Entrustment decisions in undergraduate hospital pharmacy placements – Influences and Opportunities

Lyn Hanning

ERP24. Integrated curricula: an investigation of the espoused, enacted and experienced curriculum

Andrew Mawdsley

ERP25. Who wants to be millionaire as a game for Pharmacy curriculum

Alessio Iannetti

ERP26. Making expert thinking visible: Cognitive Apprenticeship in pharmacy education

Lana Minshew

ERP27. Describing the use of capstone assessments within pharmacy education

Kathryn Morbitzer

TIP3. Development of an effective measure assessing MPharm students’ perception of the usefulness of their experiential placements at Green Light pharmacy

Lawrencia Brown

TIP4. Does a cardiology in clinical pharmacy practice module equip pharmacists with the knowledge and skills to optimise patient care?

Niamh McMahon

TIP5. Collaborating across State Borders: An Interprofessional Curriculum Centered Around Telemedicine Principles

Deepti Vyas

TIP6. Education Through the Lens of Equity: Transforming the learning experience

Vibhuti Arya

TIP7. Preparing a workforce for care of older adults through interprofessional education

Kimberly Sanders

TIP8. Year 1 MPharm induction:  Understanding medicines adherence from the patients’ perspective

Cate Whittlesea

TIP9. Design. Develop. Teach. Repeat

Betty Exintaris

Wednesday 10 July: Snapshot session 4

9.15am Chair: Suzanne Caliph

ERP4. A systematic review to investigate the impact of integrated curriculum on undergraduate healthcare students

Hamde Nazar

ERP28. Peer-assisted learning – a learning opportunity and a life hack?

Daniel Grant

ERP29. Can implementing a feedback framework lead to improved written reflections by pharmacy interns?

Brindha Kshirsagar

ERP30. Associations between pharmacy prerequisites and OSCEs at the University of Saskatchewan

Roy Dobson

ERP31. The Global Health Experience Learning Progression (GHELP) model

Ellen Schellhase

ERP32. Assessment of Jordanian student competence in Medication Reconciliation Simulation

Rebekah Moles

ERP33. Applicant preferencing of training programmes in a national pre-registration pharmacist recruitment scheme: profile and factors affecting decision making

Gail Fleming

ERP34. A comparison of Graduate-entry and undergraduate-entry pharmacy student performances in final year oral vs. written examinations

Suzanne Caliph

ERP35. An evaluation of pharmaceutical workforce and pharmacy education using the International Pharmaceutical Federation’s Workforce Development Goals: A case from Qatar

Banan Mukhalalati

PRP4. Utilizing FIP Nanjing outcomes to transform pharmacy education and practice in FIP UNESCO UNITWIN Center for Excellence in Africa Program

Ralph Altiere

PRP5. The future of nutrition in pharmacy education: knowledge and perception of undergraduate pharmacy students

Juman Dujaili

PRP6. Establishment of a Workplace-Based Experiential Clinical Pharmacy Training Program in Australia for Chinese Pharmacists

Sue Kirsa

PRP7. Learning within an online community of practice for locum pharmacists

Alison Astles

PRP9. Current and emerging patterns of pharmacist pre-registration training in Great Britain

Damian Day

PRP10. Exploring the interactions of hospital pharmacists with other health care professionals to inform interprofessional education

Matthew Smith