The goal of this program is to stimulate reflection and thought regarding how generational differences might impact experiential learning in pharmacy education, and how attendees might utilize this information in future interactions with student phramcists.
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Texas Tech University HSC School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Requirements for CE Credit
To receive credit you must watch the recorded webinar and complete the program evaluation form.
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- Describe general differences in the last four generations
- Discuss how these differences can impact learning styles
- Relate differences in learning styles to experiential education in pharmacy
Lynn Stevenson, Pharm.D., BCPS
Brief Bio : Dr. Lynn Stevenson is Director of Experiential Learning for Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy (HSOP) and Associate Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice. She received a BS in 1992 and a Doctor of Pharmacy in 1994 from Auburn University. She then completed a pharmacy practice residency in 1995 at The Medical Center in Columbus, Georgia. The majority of her previous pharmacy practice was spent as an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist and Clinical Coordinator of outpatient pharmacy services with Columbus Regional Healthcare System (CRHS) in Columbus, Georgia. Dr. Stevenson served as a preceptor for three schools of pharmacy and was also involved in training of pharmacy residents. She is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Dr. Stevenson joined the faculty at HSOP in January 2007 and is responsible for APPEs and IPPEs. She is a member of the Southeastern Pharmacy Experiential Education Consortium (SPEEC) and served as Secretary and Chair in 2008 and 2009, respectively. She has served as the Chair of the AACP Experiential (EE) Awards Committee and the ACCP Education and Training PRN Student Support Committee. She is currently serving as Chair-elect of the AACP EE Section, Chair of the EE Section Programming Committee and as a member of the AACP Council of Sections Standing Rules and Resolutions committee. She served as HSOP faculty delegate to AACP in 2010. Dr. Stevenson has presented several posters at national meetings, participated in a Special Session at AACP in July 2009 and published several manuscripts in peer-reviewed pharmacy education journals. In 2012, Dr. Stevenson and her colleagues were nominated by the EE Section for the Rufus A. Lyman Award for a manuscript describing a course review process for APPEs.
Disclosure : Dr. Stevenson does not have any conflicts of interest.
Release Date: Jun 17, 2014
Credit Expiration Date: Jun 17, 2017