AACP 2019
AACP 2019
Precision Medicine for Practicing Pharmacists
Julie Johnson, PharmD, Dean of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, discusses how practicing pharmacists can implement and use precision medicine in their everyday work.
Purdue Pharmacy Professor Receives AACP's 2019 Paul R. Dawson Award
The 2019 Paul R. Dawson Award for Excellence in Patient Care Research has been awarded to Dr. Karen Hudmon, Dr.PH, MS, BSPharm, professor of pharmacy practice at the Purdue University College of Pharmacy. 
 
Goals of Precision Medicine
Julie Johnson, PharmD, Dean of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, speaks about the various goals of precision medicine, and how pharmacists can implement precision medicine to improve patient health.
The Importance of Collaboration Between Pharmacy Students and Other Medical Professionals
Kaelen C. Dunican, PharmD, Professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, MA, discusses different opportunities for collaboration between pharmacy students and other medical professionals, and how those collaborations can improve students' learning.
Motivating Pharmacy Students and Removing Barriers to Involvement in Research
A study conducted by pharmacy professionals at the Ferris State University College of Pharmacy found several important motivators for Doctor of Pharmacy candidates’ involvement in research and scholarship projects, and simultaneously identified several barriers limiting their participation.
 
Encouraging Collaboration Between Pharmacy and Optometry Students
Stephanie Conway, PharmD, RPh, Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences—Worcester/Manchester, discusses best practices for encouraging collaboration between pharmacy and optometry students. 
Expanding Public Understanding About Pharmacists' Roles
Pharmacists have long known that they do much more than dispense medications, but the Pharmacists for Healthier Lives campaign is using social media, videos, and real-world stories to spread that knowledge to the consumers.
 
The Role of Pharmacists in Pharmacogenetics
Julie Johnson, PharmD, Dean of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, discusses the various roles pharmacists can play in the field of pharmacogenetics. 
Opportunities for Collaboration Between Pharmacy and Oral Hygiene Students
Kaelen C. Dunican, PharmD, Professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences—Worcester/Manchester, MA, discussed the importance of collaboration between pharmacy programs and other medical fields, including oral hygiene.
Program Offers Training in Suicide Awareness and Prevention
Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Studies is teaching students to recognize patients who need intervention to help save lives.
The Role of a Pharmacist in Caring for Ophthalmic Conditions
Stephanie Conway, PharmD, RPh, Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences—Worcester, discusses the links between ophthalmic conditions, over-the-counter ophthalmic products, and pharmacists.
Universities Practice New Approach to Interprofessional Education
A pharmacy compounding club at the Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has implemented a new approach to interprofessional education (IPE), partnering with a medical dermatology club from Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences.
Providing Value to Health Care Teams
AACP President-Elect Todd D. Sorensen, PharmD, FAPhA, FCCP, discusses the value of pharmacists on an interprofessional team of health care providers. 
Interprofessional Learning for Treating Ophthalmic Conditions
Kaelen C. Dunican, PharmD, Professor at MCPHS University—Worcester/Manchester, MA discusses an interprofessional, educational activity with pharmacy and optometry students for reviewing common, self-treatable ophthalmic conditions.