American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
In response to the release of the Center for the Advancement of Pharmaceutical Education (CAPE) Educational Outcomes1 revised version in May 2004, the 2004–2005 American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Educational Affairs Committee was charged by then-president Barbara G. Wells, PharmD, with reviewing the updated document and recommending strategies for pharmacy educators to apply the information. The recommendations contained in this document focus on guiding curricular development, helping students connect what they learn in the classroom and experiential setting to the practice of pharmacy, educating external audiences about the role of the pharmacist, assessing the new outcomes, and determining the impact on pharmacy education. Recommendations are the result of a review of background information, listed references, and discussion of experiences with implementing the 1998 revised version of the CAPE Educational Outcomes2 (ie, curricular mapping) in new or existing pharmacy programs.
Bruce, S. P.,
Schwartz, A. H.,
AACP Educational Affairs Committee.
Utilization of the Center for the Advancement of Education Educational Outcomes, Revised Version 2004: Report of the 2005 American College of Clinical Pharmacy Educational Affairs Committee.
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 70(4), 1–7.