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Title: University of Maryland School of Pharmacy


1
University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
  • 2009 State of the School Address
  • A Fiscal Year in Review
  • Natalie D. Eddington, PhD
  • Dean

2
Our Mission and Vision
  • To be preeminent in pharmacy education, practice
    and biomedical research by
  • Educating future pharmacists and pharmaceutical
    scientists to be leaders
  • Implementing practice models to educate, expand
    direct patient care and reimbursement services
  • Enriching our research programs to discover new
    knowledge, ideas and inventions that improve
    health
  • Expanding our outreach programs to serve our
    community

3
Our Student Body
4
School of Pharmacy Class of 2009
  • Our Graduates Career Paths

5
School of Pharmacy Class of 2013
  • 959 applicants
  • 121 students in Baltimore
  • 40 students at Shady Grove
  • 61 percent female
  • 86 percent with bachelors degree
  • Average GPA is 3.38

2009 White Coat Ceremony
  • Average PCAT composite is 78.2

6
Class of 2013 Demographics
7
Our Residency Programs
12 Residents and One Toxicology Fellow
First accreditation for pain and palliative
care Re-accreditation for oncology and geriatrics
  • 14 specialty areas including
  • Mental health
  • Pharmacy practice
  • Community pharmacy
  • Ambulatory care
  • Critical care
  • Geriatric pharmacy
  • Oncology
  • Palliative care
  • Pediatric pharmacy
  • Pharmacotherapy 

Teaching Certificate Program instruction on
principles of education theory
Kaiser Permanente, CVS, Thomas Jefferson
University, Endless Mountains Pharmacy, Duke
Hospital
8
Graduate Programs
PSC Graduates University of Louisville University
of Maryland University of Pennsylvania Childrens
Hospital of Philadelphia Lubrizol Department of
Defense Johns Hopkins University FDA Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile University of
Minnesota University of New England
PSC Program 52 students Pharmacogenomics Transp
orters PK, DME Nanomedicine Drug discovery Drug
delivery
PHSR Program 25 students Pharmacoeconomics Phar
macoepidemeiology Outcomes research Evidenced
based medicine
PHSR Graduates King Hussein Institute PRO
Consulting Pfizer Mahidol University Bayer FDA
9
New Faculty and Appointment Highlights
10
New Appointments in the Deans Office
  • Associate Dean for Research and Graduate
    Education
  • Paul Shapiro, PhD
  • Director of Continuing Education
  • Jason Noel, PharmD

11
New Leadership in the Departments
Pharmaceutical Health Services Research Vice
Chair for Research Linda Simoni-Wastila,
PhD Graduate Program Director Amy Davidoff,
PhD Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduate Program
Director Richard Dalby, PhD
12
New School of Pharmacy Faculty
  • Lauren Angelo, PharmD (PPS)
  • Lauren Hynicka, PharmD (PPS)
  • Gail Rattinger, PhD (PHSR)
  • Stephen Fletcher, PhD (PSC)
  • Maureen Kane, PhD (PSC)
  • C. S. Raman, PhD (PSC)
  • Wanli Smith, MD, PhD (PSC)
  • Sudha Veeraraghavan, PhD (PSC)
  • Wanda Williams, MS (PSC)

13
Employment Profile
2007 2008 2009
14
Faculty, Staff and Student Awards
15
A Productive Year for Faculty and Staff!!
16
Faculty and Staff Awards and Honors
  • Bruce Anderson, PharmD, Maryland Board of
    Pharmacy task force to develop an educational
    campaign for the safe use of acetaminophen
  • Larry Augsburger, PhD, Dale E. Wurster Research
    Award in Pharmaceutics from the American
    Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
  • Melissa Badowski, PharmD, American Academy of HIV
    Medicine HIV Specialist/HIV Expert
  • Nancy Bowers, June 2009 UMB Employee of the Month
  • Lisa Booze, PharmD, University of Marylands Top
    Terp Award
  • Cynthia Boyle, PharmD, Maryland Pharmacists
    Associations Seidman Distinguished Achievement
    Award, Phi Lambda Sigma National Leadership
    Award, American Association of Colleges of
    Pharmacy Academic Leadership Program Fellow, and
    Distinguished Practitioner in the National
    Academies of Pharmacy Practice

17
Faculty and Staff Awards and Honors
  • Lynette Bradley-Baker, PhD, BSP, Henry C. Welcome
    Fellowship, Maryland Higher Education Committee
  • Nicole Brandt, PharmD, GGEAR co-winner of the
    Center for Excellence in Assisted Livings Health
    Care Award
  • Thomas Dowling, PharmD, PhD, editorial board of
    the journal Pharmacotherapy
  • Natalie Eddington, PhD, Leadership Maryland Class
    of 2009
  • Margaret Hayes, MS, Daily Records 2009 Top 100
    Women
  • Stephen Hoag, PhD, Delegate, United States
    Pharmacopeial Convention
  • LaVerne Jones-McCoy, UMB February 2009 Employee
    of the Month
  • Wendy Klein-Schwartz, PharmD, W. Arthur Purdum
    Award, Maryland Society of Health-System
    Pharmacists
  • Christopher Klimas, UMB December 2008 Employee of
    the Month

18
Faculty and Staff Awards and Honors
  • Mary Lynn McPherson, PharmD, Distinguished
    Practitioner in the National Academies of
    Practice in Pharmacy, a Daily Record Health Care
    Hero, and appointed to the State Advisory Council
    on Quality of Care at the End of Life
  • Connie Mitchell, UMB Public Servant of the Year
    and the University System of Maryland Regents
    University System Staff Award for Extraordinary
    Public Service to the University
  • C. Daniel Mullins, PhD, Fulbright Senior
    Specialist
  • James Polli, PhD, Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair
    in Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Gail Rattinger, PharmD, PhD, Annual ISPOR
    International Meeting Best New Investigator
    Podium Presentation award and AFPE Geriatric
    Pharmacy Faculty Fellowship
  • Charmaine Rochester, PharmD, Maryland Pharmacists
    Associations 2009 Innovative Pharmacy Practice
    Award ,and vice-president of the UMB Faculty
    Senate

19
Faculty and Staff Awards and Honors
  • Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner, PharmD,
    Distinguished Practitioner, National Academies of
    Pharmacy Practice
  • Gerald Rosen, PhD, JD, 2009 University System of
    Maryland Regents Faculty Award for Collaboration
  • Neha Sheth, PharmD, American Academy of HIV
    Medicine HIV Specialist/HIV Expert
  • Linda Simoni-Wastila, PhD, International Center
    of Mental Health Policy and Economics' Excellence
    in Mental Health Policy and Economics Research
    Award
  • Meghan Sullivan, PharmD, 2008 AFPE-National
    Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation
    Faculty Fellowship in Community Pharmacy Practice
  • Peter Swaan, PhD, Editor-in-chief of the journal
    Pharmaceutical Research

20
Faculty and Staff Awards and Honors
  • James Trovato, PharmD American Society of
    Health-System Pharmacists Section of Clinical
    Specialists and Scientists Executive Committee
    Chair-elect
  • Hoai-An Truong, PharmD, MPH, Trustee, Maryland
    Pharmacists Association
  • Shannon Tucker, EDUCAUSEs 2009 Jane N. Ryland
    Fellowship Award
  • Julie Zito, PhD, Special government employee to
    the FDAs Drug Safety and Risk Management
    Advisory Committee
  • Ilene Zuckerman, PharmD, PhD, J. William
    Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Fellowship

21
Student Honors and Awards
  • Charlene Baksh (PSC), 2008-2009 AFPE Pre-doctoral
    Fellowship Award
  • Mark Borgman (PSC), 2009-2009 AFPE Pre-doctoral
    Fellowship Award
  • Ashley Burns, Class of 2010, US Public Health
    Service Commissioned Corps Junior Commissioned
    Officer Training and Extern Program
  • Allison Chilipko, Class of 2009, Won the 2008
    American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
    local clinical skills competition
  • Vivek Dave (PSC), travel award to the 2008
    American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
    Annual Meeting

22
Student Honors and Awards
  • Dongyi Du (PHSR), FDA Commissioners Fellowship
    Program
  • Sarah Dutcher (PHSR),National Institute on Aging
    T-32 pre-doctoral award
  • Brian K. Ellsworth Jr., Class of 2010, Winner of
    the School of Pharmacys 2009 American
    Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student
    Pharmacists patient counseling competition and
    2008-2009 CVS Outstanding Intern award
  • Jannet Hseih, Class of 2009, President of UMBs
    University Student Government Association
  • Vicky Hsu (PSC), travel award to the 2008
    American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
    Annual Meeting

23
Student Honors and Awards
  • Louis Jones, Class of 2009, 2008 Outstanding
    Student Member award, National Community
    Pharmacists Association
  • Ameet Joshi, Class of 2010, Albert Schweitzer
    Fellow
  • Seferina Kim-Walsh, Class of 2009, American
    College of Clinical Pharmacys StuNet Advisory
    Committee
  • Joni Larrabee, Class of 2009, won the 2008
    American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
    local clinical skills competition
  • Nicholas Laughton, Class of 2010, United States
    Public Health Service Senior Commissioned Officer
    Student Training and Extern Program

24
Student Honors and Awards
  • Shirley Lee, Class of 2010, 2009 Phi Lambda Sigma
    Founders Award
  • Hanpin Lim (PSC), travel award to the 2008
    American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
    Annual Meeting
  • Kelly Martin, Class of 2010, American College of
    Clinical Pharmacys StuNet Advisory Committee
  • Andy Michaelson, Class of 2010, Maryland chapter
    of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
    Student of the Year, and the University of
    Maryland, Baltimore GGEAR Award for Excellence in
    Geriatrics and Gerontology
  • Vikas Moolchandani (PSC), travel award to the
    2008 American Association of Pharmaceutical
    Scientists Annual Meeting

25
Student Honors and Awards
  • Katie Morneau, Class of 2011, 2009-2010 American
    College of Clinical Pharmacys StuNet Advisory
    Committee
  • Hannah Parsons, Class of 2012, Greater Washington
    Institute of Chemists Outstanding Student
    Chemistry Award
  • Jingjing Qian (PHSR), Internship in the Worldwide
    Epidemiology Department at the GlaxoSmithKline
    Research and Development Center
  • Emily Reese (PHSR), Internship in the Office of
    Clinical Pharmacology at the FDA
  • Hobart Rogers (PPS), Wayne A. Colburn Memorial
    Award and the American College of Clinical
    Pharmacology Student/Trainee Award

26
Student Honors and Awards
  • Amber Todd, Class of 2012, Greater Washington
    Institute of Chemists Outstanding Student
    Chemistry Award
  • James Wang, Class of 2011, Albert Schweitzer
    Fellow
  • Andrew York, Class of 2012, Albert Schweitzer
    Fellow
  • 180 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students named to the
    Deans List for achieving a 3.25 GPA for both
    semesters

27
Academic Programs Educating future pharmacists
and pharmaceutical scientists to be leaders
28
The School of Pharmacy at Shady Grove
  • 120 students across three years
  • Full complement of students in fall 2010
  • Six resident faculty and one staff

29
The School of Pharmacy at Shady Grove
  • Construction completed on simulation and physical
    assessment labs (Nursing)
  • Establishment of a new 70 seat classroom for
    synchronous activities
  • Established new and/or expanded relationships
    with partners who accommodate students on
    rotations
  • MedImmune (rotations, internship, residency,
    fellowship)
  • Suburban Hospital (SOP faculty located at this
    site)
  • Georgetown University Hospital
  • Holy Cross Hospital
  • Montgomery County Primary Care Coalition
  • Washington Metropolitan Society of Health-System
    Pharmacists

30
Curriculum and Instructional Resources
  • Successfully implemented first semester of the
    new curriculum
  • Significantly increased the amount of synchronous
    teaching in the first semester
  • Instituted an audience response system (clickers)
    for use in first year courses
  • Transitioned course and room scheduling to the
    Office of Curriculum and Instructional Resources
  • Implementing a new scheduling software package
  • Organized a faculty retreat that served as a
    forum to focus on academic issues including
    attendance, generational issues, the honor code,
    and professionalism

31
Academic Affairs
  • Revised PharmD Student Honor Code with Student
    Affairs and SGA
  • Revised current dual degrees and pursued new MBA
    and MPH dual degrees with UMCP
  • Participated in ACPE Self Study Chair Workshop in
    preparation for 2010-2011 self study process
  • Implemented coordinated quizzes for early warning
    of academic difficulty
  • Developed institutional assessment plan and
    PharmD elective pathways

32
Academic Affairs(Continuing Education)
  • Implemented 45 continuing pharmacy education
    programs for 2,024 pharmacists
  • immunization
  • diabetes (in support of P3 Program)
  • teaching excellence
  • Academy of Preceptors
  • pharmacotherapy rounds
  • Sponsored programs for the National Institutes of
    Health, the Joslin Diabetes Center and Kaiser
    Permanente
  • Pandemic flu training course at Shady Grove drew
    100 pharmacists
  • Dec. 12 course at UMB expecting 400 participants

33
Academic Affairs(Experiential Learning)
  • Continued ELP enhancements by revising 25 percent
    of the curriculum (P4) for the Class of 2010 and
    beyond
  • Unified and sequenced 20 course objectives
  • Streamlined rotation assessments with
    standardized language and format
  • Implemented new web-based preceptor development
    modules
  • Honored outstanding preceptors at Convocation,
    with preceptors in academic regalia processing
    with faculty

Preceptors and Dean Eddington at 2009 Convocation
34
Student Affairs
  • Awarded 440,000 in School of Pharmacy
    scholarships
  • 74 percent of students received financial aid
    339 received some scholarship
  • Launched a newly designed and updated recruitment
    and admissions website and created an ADA website
    for faculty and students
  • Mailed out series of Open House post cards to
    approximately 1,500 prospective students
  • Updated 3/4 program agreement with Stevenson
    University
  • Provided tutoring services to 67 students
  • Met 1,300 prospective students at visits to
    four-year universities in Maryland

35
Implementing practice models to educate, expand
direct patient care and facilitate reimbursement
services
36
Expansion of the Practice Enterprise
  • Completed a report for the MD Board of Pharmacy
    on the final evaluation of the Collaborative
    Practice Demonstration Study this report, led
    by Chanel Agness, PharmD, Bethany DiPaula,
    PharmD, and Charmaine Rochester, PharmD, will be
    evaluated by the legislature as part of its
    decision to make collaborative practice in
    Maryland permanent legislation
  • Successfully advocated for the expansion of
    immunization legislation to include pneumoccal
    and zostavax led by Cherokee Layson-Wolf,
    PharmD
  • Successfully advocated for legislation regulating
    medication therapy management in assisted living
    facilities led by Nicole Brandt, PharmD

37
Expansion of the Practice Enterprise
  • HRSA collaborative project with community-based
    organizations - led by Melissa Badowski,
    PharmD, and Neha Sheth, PharmD
  • Secured new practice sites at the Primary Care
    Coalition of Montgomery County for Heather
    Congdon, PharmD, and Hoai An Truong, PharmD, MPH
    a community health center for underserved
    populations

38
Expansion of the Practice Enterprise
  • Implemented Focused Interest Groups to increase
    collaboration and scholarship among faculty with
    similar interests
  • Community Connections advance community
    pharmacy practice sites (Cherokee Layson-Wolf,
    PharmD, and Meghan Sullivan, PharmD)
  • Instructional Evaluation advance the
    scholarship of teaching (Jason Noel, PharmD)
  • Medication Management Evaluate the impact of
    MTM services in assisted living facilities
    (Chanel Agness, PharmD, and Nicole Brandt,
    PharmD)

39
Expansion of the Practice Enterprise
The Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions
solves health care problems and prepares for a
new future by developing innovative models of
care and advocating for their implementation in
standards of pharmacy practice.
40
Expansion of the Practice EnterpriseCenter for
Innovative Pharmacy Solutions
41
Enriching our research programs to discover new
knowledge, ideas and inventions that improve
health
42
School of Pharmacy Research Activities
Post Market
Clinical Development

Preclinical Develop
Transporters, BCS class DMEs, Nuclear
receptors, Knockout/knock down, Animal models of
disease
1st time in man, Human Testing, Safety/Efficacy
Outcomes Research Adverse Drug Events Health
Technology Assessment, Evidenced Based Pharm/Med
Nanomedicine Center, Industrial
Pharmaceutics, CPU, PBL
PBL, Clinical Sciences CPU
Lamy Center, Center for Drug Policy, PHSR
Translational Research
Critical Path
43
Our Extramural Awards in FY 2009
FY 2009 16,484,953 18 increase over 2004
44
Stimulus Funds
More than 20 applications submitted to the
National Institutes of Health through the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
  • Four faculty members and one graduate student
    received grants
  • Antonia Tolson, a graduate student in PSC,
    50,928, from the National Institute on Drug
    Abuse to study the interaction between methadone
    and drugs to treat illnesses such as HIV and
    Hepatitis C
  • Angela Wilks, PhD, a professor in PSC, 1.8M from
    the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious
    Diseases to develop a new class of antibacterials
    by blocking the action of heme oxygenase

45
Stimulus Funds
  • Bruce Yu, PhD, an associate professor in PSC,
    228,180 from the National Institute of
    Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering to study
    fluorinated biomaterials for drug delivery
    matrices
  • Amy Davidoff, PhD, a research associate professor
    in PHSR, a prestigious Challenge award for
    777,137 from the National Cancer Institute for
    Comparative Effectiveness Erythropoietic
    Stimulating Agents in Treatment of MDS. (840
    awarded/20,000). Davidoffs is one of four at UMB
    and the only one at the School of Pharmacy.
  • Alex MacKerell, PhD, professor in PSC and
    director of the CADD Center, 47,019 from the
    National Institute of General Medical Sciences
    for Enegetics of Oligonucleotide Conformational
    Heterogen

46
School of Pharmacy Research Activities
  • Center on Drugs and Public Policy Frank
    Palumbo, PhD, JD, leading efforts on the FDA
    Decision Science project through contracts with
    the IMS Government Solutions, the objective of
    which is to capture and describe the process used
    by the CDER in making drug approval decisions
  • Center for Drug Safety established in January
    2009 to improve public health by enhancing the
    safety of marketed medications, led by Sheila
    Weiss Smith, PhD

47
School of Pharmacy Research Activities
  • FDA Critical Path Initiative expedite the drug
    approval process through modernizing science
    decisions. Led by James Polli, PhD with
    collaborators Tom Dowling, PharmD, and Stephen
    Hoag, PhD
  • Proposal for a NIH Center of Cancer
    Nanotechnology Excellence - Potential for 6
    million over five years, led by Peter Swaan, PhD,
    a collaboration with SOM and UMCP bioegineering
    to develop silicon nanotubes for image-guided
    targeted drug delivery

48
School of Pharmacy Research Activities
  • Proposal for an NIH Center Grant for Botanical
    Research
  • Potential for more than 6 million over five
    years, led by Jia Bei Wang, PhD, Hongbing Wang,
    PhD, Stephen Hoag, PhD, Natalie Eddington, PhD,
    and Yuan Luo, PhD, a collaboration with the SOMs
    Center for Integrative Medicine to optimize
    herbal formulas in aging and neurodegenerative
    disorders, to examine the efficacy and mechanism
    of optimized formulas for chronic pain and
    inflammation, and to evaluate herbal-herbal and
    herbal-conventional drug interactions associated
    with the herbal formulations using human
    hepatocytes and aged rat.

49
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Core Facility
Renovation, Repair, and ImprovementCost
Requested 6.7M
  • Proposal to renovate and repair approximately
    7,800 nasf, office, and conference space to
    modernize and enhance our core formulation and
    drug substance synthesis lab facilities into the
    UMB GMP Core Facility
  • Grant will renovate space into a GMP facility for
    dosage forms led by Stephen Hoag, PhD
  • Grant will also renovate space for a GMP facility
    for small/large scale small-molecule synthesis
    led by Andrew Coop, PhD

50
Expanding our outreach programs to serve our
community
51
Mission - decrease cost/complexity of care while
maintaining/improving patient outcomes
  • Service to the community
  • 24/7 staffed pharmacists and nurses
  • In 2008 - 65,342 calls
  • 36,128 - human exposure
  • 29,214 animal poisoning
  • Outcomes
  • 37 cases resulted in death (0.1)
  • 90.6 resulted in no or minor effects
  • Incidents safely managed at home saving M in
    health care costs

Of those, 50.2 percent were poison exposures
involving children lt 6 yrs of age
52
School of PharmacyCommunity Service
Hours2008-2009
no reporting mechanism in place for staff hours
53
Diabetic Halloween
  • Project of Student Government Association and
    APhA-ASPs Operation Diabetes
  • Host third graders from a Baltimore City
    Elementary School
  • Tutorials on the different types of diabetes, the
    impact of untreated high blood sugar, and how to
    prevent the disease through diet and exercise
  • Face painting, puppet and slime making, and a
    haunted house

54
Securing the Future of the School of Pharmacy
55
Pharmacy Hall Addition A Year of Progress
  • Exterior brick work completed
  • Windows installed this fall
  • Atrium roof construction begins in November
  • Four, 42,000 pound chillers placed in the
    basement
  • 2,300 piece furniture order completed
  • Occupancy August 2010
  • Grand Opening Celebrations
  • October 2010

56
2010-2015 Strategic Planning Process
  • First Survey in January/February 2009 -
    Environmental Scan
  • School-wide survey on strengths, weaknesses,
    opportunities, and threats
  • Included faculty, staff, students, residents,
    alumni, preceptors, BOV, educational advisory
    committee
  • 660 respondents
  • Focus groups and listening tour What current and
    new initiatives does the School need to focus on?
  • Pharmacy practice?
  • Research?
  • Academic Pharmacy?
  • Advocacy?
  • Entrepreneurship?

57
2010-2015 Strategic Planning Process
  • Second survey Prioritization
  • 341 respondents
  • Priorities identified faculty/staff recruiting,
    compensation for services, professional pride,
    collegiality, mentoring/professional development,
    professionalism, innovative practice models
  • Draft of new plan includes six key areas
  • Education
  • Research
  • Practice
  • Environment
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership

58
Capital Campaign Developments
  • Secured 14 million in verbal commitments
    including
  • 13 endowed and nine annual scholarships, two
    fellowships, and gifts to the Fred Fund and the
    David Knapp Faculty Development Fund
  • Named areas in Pharmacy Hall Addition, including
    Warrington Gateway, Florence Eddington Graduate
    Research Room, Walgreens Common Area
  • Total contributions to the Faculty/Staff Campaign
    increased by 35 percent from the previous year.
  • Hosted 10 leadership dinners with 87 participants
  • Produced Case Statement and completed planning
    study with GGA
  • 20 out of 23 BOV members have been solicited for
    campaign gifts - 2,000,000 target

59
Capital Campaign Developments
  • Emphasis on planned giving and building
    endowments for long-term security
  • Identifying and securing funding for CIPS and
    Center for Drug Safety
  • Increased outreach efforts through strategic
    events focused on preceptors, PhD graduates with
    continued efforts for BSP and PharmD alumni
  • Strong presence at state/national professional
    associations, including NCPA, AAPS, ASHP, APHA,
    MPhA, ISPOR

60
Alumni Affairs
  • The implementation of two social networking
    programs Facebook Fan Page and LinkedIn.com,
    launched in January 2009 
  • LinkedIn.com - 183 members
  • Facebook Fan Page 60 fans
  • These programs assist in promoting attendance at
    alumni receptions and activities, reconnecting
    alumni with friends and former classmates,
    boosting registration for CE Programs, and
    keeping alumni updated on the latest School of
    Pharmacy news.
  •  

61
Alumni Affairs
  •  
  • Awarded a grant from Alumni Association
    International to conduct a first-ever online
    survey to improve alumni programming and
  • Identify alumni perceptions and expectations of
    the School
  • Determine future programs to serve the
    professional and career development aspirations
    of our alumni populations
  • A Thank-a-thon event held in November 2008 with
    over 150 calls to alumni to thank them for their
    participation (gift) during FY2009

Increase in e-mail addresses from FY 2008 to
2009 was 135.49
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School of Pharmacy is In the News
  • Media Placements

63
School of Pharmacy is In the News
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Goals for Academic Year 2009-2010
  • Opening of the Pharmacy Hall Addition
  • Manage the impact of the economic environment on
    the school
  • Implement the 2010-2015 SOP Strategic Plan
  • Curricular redesign process
  • Continue to grow practice enterprise by securing
    reimbursement for pharmacy care services
  • Continue to grow research activities by obtaining
    additional collaborative grants
  • Secure and maintain experiential sites (APPEs),
    competing with new schools
  • Continue Capital Campaign initiative by utilizing
    creative fundraising vehicles such as annuities
    and planned giving and focusing on long-term
    investment with emphasis on pledges over the life
    of the campaign
  • BEGIN THE SELF-STUDY PROCESS IN PREPARATION FOR
    OUR 2011 ACPE ACCREDITATION SITE VISIT!!

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