Innovation at Wingate University School of Pharmacy bridges the quality chasms in pharmaceutical education
Eric Boyce: 0000-0002-5447-9016
Conference Title/Conference Publication
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
San Diego, CA
July 8-12, 2006
Date of Presentation
Wingate University School of Pharmacy is very committed to educating its students to provide high quality pharmaceutical care. To accomplish this goal, the school provides an individualized, state-of-the-art learning environment that facilitates the development of students' critical-thinking, problem-solving, communication, technology and patient-care skills. The innovative academic program further enhances the development of knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors needed by the pharmacy profession and society at-large. Some of these innovative features include a stand-alone course that teaches critical thinking and problem-solving skills, a pharmacy-focused basic science curriculum that is integrated with patient assessment, a problem-based learning case study sequence, a 360*outcome-oriented assessment plan, and structured experiential clerkships in each year of the program. The comprehensive, 360* curriculum assessment program is designed in a continuous quality improvement format to assess student mastery and proficiency and curricular performance.
Ford, Carolyn; Boyce, Eric G.; Robert, R. B.; Smith, Lisa S.; and Greene, Jon B., "Innovation at Wingate University School of Pharmacy bridges the quality chasms in pharmaceutical education" (2006). School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Faculty Presentations. 245.
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