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Call for Session Proposals

The Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is pleased to announce an opportunity to submit session proposals for its 2019 Transformation and Innovation in Pharmacy Education (TIPed) Institute, June 18-20 in Spokane, Washington.

We offer an environment of inclusion, learning and collaboration for the change agents within pharmacy academia to share ideas and develop action plans to foster authentic transformation.

2019 TIPed session topics

To enhance our 2019 meeting, we are requesting proposals related to the following transformation and innovation in pharmacy education topics:

Accreditation standards and EPA

How do we map to accreditation standards and EPAs; how are we assessing the affective domains?

Change management

What models have been successfully executed?

EPA evaluation

What models exist or are being developed to truly evaluate EPAs? Are the student pharmacists where we say they are?

IPE examples and replicability

What longitudinal design and assessment strategies have been developed or are in the development stage to meet needs today and beyond?

Personalized medicine, pharmacogenomics, compounding and technology tools

How are we teaching informatics to assure future pharmacists make good decisions for patients regarding personalized medicine? What innovative strategies are used to incorporate concepts related to precision medicine research, technology and policies into the curriculum?

Practice readiness (scholarship of teaching and learning)

How are curricula designed to assure student pharmacists are practice ready. How does the scholarship of teaching and learning support this initiative?

Students in research

How do we prepare students to advance practice and care for patients in innovative ways through research training?

How to submit

To submit your proposal, download and complete the 2019 TIPed Session Proposal and submit to Linda Garrelts MacLean, TIPed planning committee chair and WSU CPPS vice dean for external relations, at lmaclean@wsu.edu.

Authentic transformation is an institutional endeavor, and the adoption of innovations requires the collaboration of many stakeholders to advocate, plan, and implement. In order to maximize the impact of our 2019 TIPed Institute, sessions will only be offered to presenters who register and attend as part of a team. See registration and pricing information.

Download proposal form

The deadline for submission is Friday, December 21, 2018.