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    American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

    Volume 66

    Fall, 2002

    Number 3



    Meet the President: Barbara G. Wells


    George H. Cocolas


    Comparative Analysis of First- and Third-Year Pharmacy Students' Perceptions of Student-Regulated Learning Strategies and Motivation


    Linda S. Garavalia, Deborah A. Scheuer, and Cathryn A. Carroll

    A Ten-Year Trend Analysis of Pharmacist Participation in the Workforce


    David A. Mott, William R. Doucette, Caroline A. Gaither, Craig A. Pedersen, and Jon C. Schommer

    Validation of Authentic Performance Assessment: A Process Suited for Rasch Modeling


    Terrence R. Jackson, JoLaine R. Draugalis, Marion K. Slack, Woodie M. Zachry, and Jerome D'Agostino

    Outcome Assessment in a PharmD Program: The Texas Tech Experience


    Reza Mehvar and Robert B. Supernaw

    Creation and Implementation of a Learning Outcomes Document for a Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum


    JoLaine Reierson Draugalis, Marion K. Slack, Karen Ann Sauer, Stacy L. Haber, and Richard R. Vaillancourt

    Evaluation of a Clinical Decision Aid and Training Program On the Quality of Pharmacists' Prospective Drug Utilization Review Activities


    Terri L. Jackson, Michael T. Rupp, and Gail D. Newton


    Comparison of Traditional and Web-Based Course Evaluation Processes in a Required, Team-Taught Pharmacotherapy Course


    Jennifer B. Kasiar, Sara L. Schroeder, and Sheldon G. Holstad

    Survey of Basic Life Support Training in U.S. Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy


    Kenneth L. McCall and Robert Supernaw

    Enhancing Metacognitive Skills Using Written Narratives: An Analysis of Pharmacy Student's Negative Health Behaviors in a Behavioral Pharmacy Class


    John M. Lonie and Donna Dolinsky

    Assessment of an Antiretroviral Adherence Sensitivity Training Exercise in the Doctor Of Pharmacy Curriculum


    Douglas Slain, Diane Casdorph, and Thomas Mclntire

    Development of an Interactive CD-ROM for Teaching Unit Operations to Pharmacy Students


    CristiŠn Tapia, Jaime Sapag-Hagar, Mauricio Muller, Fernando Valenzuela, Carlos Basualto, and Gian Franco Zunino


    Doctoral Education: Another Tragedy of the Commons?


    David J. Triggle and Kenneth W. Miller


    The U.S. Health Care System PHA 316: An Introduction to the Health Care Participants and Policy Decisions Facing Pharmacists


    Robert I. Garis, Bartholomew E. Clark, Tracy Chapman, Jackie Hoeft, and Richard Jizba

    Outcomes-Based Integrated Hybrid PBL Curriculum


    Anne Marie Whelan, Susan Mansour, and Patrick Farmer

    Service-Learning Projects in a Public Health in Pharmacy Course


    Jean T. Carter and Gayle A. Cochran

    Staying Alive. Advancing Medicinal Chemistry by Enhancing Student Responsibility for Learning


    Victoria F. Roche and Naser Z. Alsharif


    Stories from a Life of learning


    Charles O. Rutledge


    Is Pharmacy Nearing a Tipping Point?


    Lucinda L. Maine


    Leadership for Reaffirmation of Professionalism


    Barbara G. Wells


    How Can We Be Better Tomorrow Than We Are Today? Honest Conversations


    Diane E. Beck





    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

    AJPE Editorial Office:

      Address: Karen Shipp, Assistant Editor
    American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Coker Life Sciences Bldg., Rm 109
    715 Sumter St.
    Columbia, SC 29208
      Telephone: 803-777-3096
      Fax: 803-777-3097
      Email: ajpe@cop.sc.edu

    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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