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Report of the Journal Editor (Galley)

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George H. Cocolas


American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

Vol. 58, No. 4 Supplement (1994)
DOI: aj5804S30.pdf




American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy


Volume 57 began with a survey in the Spring issue to help the editor understand AJPE’s readers and to receive input on how this publication can serve them better. While most of the respondents to the survey said the Journal contents were relevant to their needs in pharmacy education, written comments suggested that they wanted more articles on topics such as experiential programs, innovative techniques and practical aids to education. Readers also wanted articles on instructional strategies and assessment methods used in specific courses, teaching techniques in sciencerelated topics and new curricular approaches. To help meet some of these needs papers based on the Council of Faculties Innovations in Teaching Competition were published in the 1993 Winter issue and the Spring 1994 issues with papers soon to appear in the Fall 1994 Journal. These papers bring to the reader approaches to methods of didactic and experiential teaching that faculty have used in their instruction of pharmacy coursework. Faculty should find these papers of interest as they prepare for curricular changes at their own institution.

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