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    American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

    Volume 64

    Winter, 2000

    Number 4



    Bridging the Gap from Classroom to Practice: PBL Students Develop Consumer Website for Nonprescription Drugs


    Debra Sibbald

    Implementation of a Pharmaceutics Course in a Large Class through Active Learning Using Quick-Thinks and Case-Based Learning


    Indra K. Reddy

    Pharmacy Student Participation in Rural Interdisciplinary Education Using Problem Based Learning (PBL) Case Tutorials


    Matthew E. Borrego, Robert Rhyne, L. Clark Hansbarger, Joseph V. Scaletti, Zina Geller, Paul Edwards, Bonnie Griffin, and Linda McClain

    An Elective, Interdisciplinary Health Care Case Studies Course


    Nicholas G. Popovich, Olivia B. Wood, Jo A. Brooks, and David R. Black

    Development and Assessment of an Internet-Based Tutorial to Supplement the Teaching of Medicinal Chemistry within a Multidisciplinary, Disease-Based Course


    Marc W. Harrold and Shane P. Desselle

    Programmatic Assessment in U.S. Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy: A Snapshot


    Alicia S. Bouldin and Noel E. Wilkin

    Evolution of Hospital-Based Pharmacy Teaching Programs from 1989 - 1998


    Cynthia L. Raehl and C.A. Bond


    Pharmacist Perceptions of Situated Learning in an Internet-Based Continuing Education Program


    Dale E. Wright

    Implications of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Placements


    Cecilia M. Plaza and JoLaine R. Draugalis

    Use of Cumulative Examinations at U.S. Schools of Pharmacy


    Gina J. Ryan and Diane Nykamp

    The Patient Perspective of Pharmacy Clerkship Students' Roles in Pharmacist-Patient Relationship Development and the Delivery of Care


    Carol J. Hermansen, Denise Walbrandt Pigarelli, Christine A. Sorkness, and Joseph B. Wiederholt

    Pharmacists' Sources of Job Satisfaction: Inter-Gender Differences in Response


    Manuel J. Carvajal and Patrick C. Hardigan

    Public Health Screenings as a Component of Introductory Practice Experiences


    Randell E. Doty, Kevin M. Latham, and Ronald B. Stewart


    Integrating R&D with Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical Education in China


    Wang Qiang, Shi Zhixiang, and Chen Zongmin


    A Free Lunch Pays for Itself. The Value of Relationships in Education


    Robert E. Smith

    Ignite the Passion


    Victoria F. Roche


    Creation of a Dynamic Question Database for Pharmacokinetics


    Reza Mehvar



    Bruce A. Berger

    Cognitive Moral Development and Pharmacy Education


    David A. Latif

    Professional Attitudes and Behaviors: The "A's and B's" of Professionalism


    Dana Purkerson Hammer


    Are the Stars Aligning?


    Richard P. Penna


    "You've Got to Stand for Something or You'll Fall for Anything"


    Victoria F. Roche


    The Academic Role Model


    Rosalie Sagraves


    Of the Faculty, for the Council of Faculties


    Bruce L. Currie





    Book Reviews





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    The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (ISSN 0002-9459) is the official publication of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. The Journal is directed to all those with interest in professional, graduate, and postgraduate pharmaceutical education. Its purpose is to document and advance pharmaceutical education in the United States and Internationally. The Journal features original research articles, editorials, reports on the state of pharmaceutical education, descriptions of teaching innovations, and book reviews.

         Joseph T. DiPiro, Pharm.D., South Carolina College of Pharmacy

    Associate Editors:
         Gayle A. Brazeau, Ph.D., The University of New England
         Jack E. Fincham, Ph.D., The University of Missouri - Kansas City
         Claire Anderson, PhD, BPharm, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

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    Articles in the Journal are indexed in: PubMed, Current Contents, Education; Current Contents, Life Sciences; International Pharmaceutical Abstracts; ERIC, Current Index to Journals in Education; PROQuest; and EBSCO.

    The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education is the official publication of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP). Founded in 1900, AACP is the national organization representing the interests of pharmacy education and educators. Comprising 112 accredited colleges and schools of pharmacy including more than 5,500 faculty, 50,000 students enrolled in professional programs, and 3,900 individuals pursuing graduate study, AACP is committed to excellence in pharmacy education.

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