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Teaching Institute: Pharmacology Education ADME: Audience, Design, Modality and Experimentation

Saturday April 06, 2019

11:00 am - 1:00 pm Eastern Time (ET)

Room W206 C


Chair :

Katherine Summers
The Ohio State University

Margaret Bush
Duke University

Amidst a changing environment of pharmacology instruction on campuses, this symposium will share information about how to innovate teaching. The symposium will overview new and innovative educational strategies, courses, and programs that bring pharmacology to new and diverse audiences. We will discuss the growing demand for pharmacology instruction beyond conventional brick-and-mortar settings and professional student audiences, examine the needs of diverse groups of learners, and showcase the design and implementation of innovative instructional strategies. Challenges and opportunities will be discussed. Concepts to be discussed, including online education, apply to pharmacology as well as a wide variety of basic science disciplines.


Lauren Purington - Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Beyond the Basics: Introducing Active Learning through Virtual Simulations in Pharmacology Education

Katherine Summers - The Ohio State University

Hands-on Pharmacology: Teaching Undergraduates in a Laboratory Setting

Rick Dobrowsky - University of Kansas

Developing Research-and Non-research-based Distance and MS Programs

Margaret Bush - Duke University

Going Virtual: Moving Pharmacology Education Online

Last Updated: August 15, 2019
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