Program

Sunday 7 July, 2019

Optional workshop

12.30 lunch and registration. 1.00 - 3.00 pm First steps in education research: Lead by Paul White
12.30 lunch and registraton. 1.00 -3.00 pm MyDispense Open Meeting: Facilitated by Keith Sewell

Symposium opens

3.30 pm   Registration, Prato Centre
4.00 pm   Opening address 'What are the big challenges in pharmacy education?' - Carl Kirkpatrick (Chair)
5.00 pm   Poster Snapshots: Session 1. 
5:20 pm   Icebreaker activity - Tina Brock
6:00 pm   Welcome reception

Monday 8 July, 2019

8.00 amRegistration: for delegates who have not registered on Sunday.
8:30 am
Plenary 1:
Managing change in pharmacy education
Sandra Carey (CAN)
9:30 am Poster Snapshots: Session 2
9:50 am Morning tea 
10:15 am Workshop pitches: Chair - Dan Malone

8 x presentations from workshop facilitators
12:05 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Oral Papers Session 1: Three concurrent streams
2:00 pm
Workshop Session 1

1. Threshold Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge: a transformational approach to Pharmacy Education
Ray Land, Durham University (UK) and Paul White, Monash University (AUS)

2. Education for Practice/ reflection
Catriona Bradley, Irish Institute of Pharmacy (UK) and Kirstie Galbraith, Monash University (AUS)

3. Reigning It In: Ensuring Academic Integrity in an Online Exam Environment
Lisha Bustos, Lead Instructional Designer and Jason Brunner, Director of Assessment, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

4. Defining and practicing therapeutic reasoning: Can technology help?
Conan MacDougall, UCSF (USA), Tina Brock, Monash University (AUS), and Keith Sewell, Monash University (AUS)
3:30 pm Afternoon tea
4:00 pm
Workshop Session 2

Workshops from session 1 repeated
Finish at 5:30 pm

Tuesday 9 July, 2019

8:30 am
Plenary 2:
Perspectives on the development of a sustainable digital health curriculum
Chris Bain, Monash University (AUS) and Debra Rowett, University of South Australia (AUS)
9:30 am Poster Snapshots: Session 3
9:50 am Morning tea 
10:15 am
New investigator presentations:  

Early Career Educator Presentations across Education Research, Education Innovation, Ed Frameworks Dev and Practice Education 4 x (25+5) presentations

12:15 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Oral Papers Session 2: Three concurrent streams
2:00 pm

Workshop Session 3 

1. Empowering students and the profession through global citizenship
David Steeb, Eshelman School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina (USA)
Monica Miller, Purdue University Department of Pharmacy Practice (USA)
Kari Franson, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, (USA)
Andreia Bruno, Lecturer and Project Manager, Monash University (AUS) 

2. Collaboration for Integration: Beyond the Script
Clark Kebodeaux , University of Kentucky (USA) and Vivienne Mak, Monash University (AUS)

3. Challenges for Digital Health Education/IPE/Development of a sustainable digital health curriculum
Chris Bain, Monash University (AUS) and Debra Rowett, University of South Australia (AUS)

4. All Together Now: Using Standardized Approaches to Patient Care in the Pharmacy Curriculum
Rochelle Gellatly, Monash University and Rupal Mansukhani/Lucio Volino (Rutgers, USA)

3:30 pm Afternoon tea
4:00 pm Workshop session 4
Workshops from session 3 repeated
Finish at 5:30 pm
EVENINGSymposium Dinner

Wednesday 10 July, 2019

8:30 am
Plenary 3:

Pharmacy education for reflective practice
Catriona Bradley, Irish Institute of Pharmacy, UK

9:15 am Poster Snapshots: session 4
9:30 am Morning tea
10:00 am
Workshop Session 5 

1. Should I?  Shouldn’t I?  How can I?  Converting posters/abstracts to papers
Kristin Janke, University of Minnesota, USA

2. Developing resilience in our students - what we know and what we still need to learn
Karen Whitfield, Queensland Health / University of Queensland, AUS

3. Providing personalised feedback to students in large cohorts
Ian Larson, Monash University, AUS
11:30 am
Wrap up and Reflection: Chair - Carl Kirkpatrick
Tim Chen, Professor of Medication Management, University of Sydney (AUS)
Finish at 12.00 pm