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If you knew then what you know now: Sharing and assessing one year of remote and online learning
In this interactive session, faculty members and students, will share their past year’s experience with remote and online pharmacy education. Through pre- and in-session polling, we’ll share and discuss what we wish we knew one year ago, what we know now, and what we’d still like to know. Topics will be audience-driven, in the themes of educational methods, faculty support, student views, regional differences and others. The session's learnings will allow us to build future offerings, meeting members' needs.
At the end of this session, all participants (faculty members and students from all regions) will be able to:
- Participate in the sharing, assessment and discussion of global perspectives on remote and online learning, through pre- and in-session polling;
- Share and discuss their past year’s remote and online education and assessment experience, noting tips, challenges and rewards, and remaining questions;
- Provide innovative ideas to improve remote and online pharmacy education based on experience of the past year and goals for the future.
-Shaun Gleason, University of Colorado, USA
-Carl Schneider, University of Sydney, Australia
-Vivienne Mak, Monash University, Australia
-Sarah Scoular, University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy, USA
-Rebekah Moles, University of Sydney - Australia
-Claire Anderson, Division of Pharmacy Practice, UK
-Younes Karodeh, Howard University, USA
-Jamila Jorden, Howard University, USA
-Daniel Moraga, University of Valparaiso, Chile
-Emmanuella Nzeribe, Tamale Teaching Hospital, Ghana
-Priscilla Owusu-Mensah, Student, Kwame Nkrumah University, Ghana
-Ikwaibom Umoiyoho, Hospital Pharmacist, Nigeria
-LaMarcus Wingate, Howard University - USA
- Patricia Acuna, Faculty of Pharmacy. U. Valparaiso - Chile