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    Volume 72, Issue 02

    Viewpoints
    43 Response Rates and Responsiveness for Surveys, Standards, and the Journal
    Jack E. Fincham, PhD
    44 Diversifying the Team
    Marie A. Chisholm-Burns, PharmD, MPH
    Statements
    41 The Role of the Mentor in Retaining Junior Pharmacy Faculty Members
    Kathy Fuller, PharmD, Maria Maniscalco-Feichtl, PharmD, and Marcus Droege, PhD
    42 Preparing for a Renaissance in Pharmacy Education: The Need, Opportunity, and Capacity for Change
    Robert A Blouin, PharmD, Pamela U. Joyner, EdD, and Gary M. Pollack, PhD
    Special Articles
    32 A Pharmacy Faculty Academy to Foster Professional Growth and Long-term Retention of Junior Faculty Members
    Charles T. Taylor, PharmD, and Tricia M. Berry, PharmD
    33 The NAPLEX: Evolution, Purpose, Scope, and Educational Implications
    David W. Newton, PhD, Maria Boyle, MS, and Carmen A. Catizone, MS, DPh
    34 Factors Influencing the Pharmacy Faculty Workforce
    Robert Beardsley, PhD, Gary R. Matzke, PharmD, Raylene Rospond, PharmD, et al
    Research Articles
    22 Influences on Pharmacy Students’ Decision to Pursue a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree
    Douglas C. Anderson, Jr, PharmD, DPh, Melody C. Sheffield, PharmD, Angela Massey Hill, PharmD,and Henry H. Cobb, PhD
    23 A Summer Research Training Program to Foster PharmD Students’ Interest in Research
    Julie A. Johnson, PharmD, Mariellen J. Moore, PharmD, Jaekyu Shin, PharmD, and Reginald F. Frye, PharmD, PhD
    24 Comparison of Attitudes, Beliefs, and Resource-seeking Behavior for CAM Among First- and Third-Year Czech Pharmacy Students
    Jitka Pokladnikova, MSc Pharm, and Desiree Lie, MD, MSED
    25 Women’s Health Promotion Within a Community Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience
    Jennifer Cerulli, PharmD, and Margaret Malone, PhD
    26 Impact of a Dual PharmD/MBA Degree on Graduates’ Academic Performance, Career Opportunities, and Earning Potential
    Elinor C.G. Chumney, PhD, MSc, Kelly R. Ragucci, PharmD, and Kathy J. Jones, MA
    Innovations In Teaching
    31 Evaluation of an Instructional Model to Teach Clinically Relevant Medicinal Chemistry in a Campus and a Distance Pathway
    Naser Z. Alsharif, PharmD, PhD, and Kimberly A. Galt, PharmD
    35 A Systems Approach to Scaffold Communication Skills Development
    Lourdes G. Planas, PhD, and Nelson L. Er, MS, MEd
    36 Multi-faceted Approach to Improve Learning in Pharmacokinetics
    Adam M. Persky, PhD
    37 Human Patient Simulation in a Pharmacotherapy Course
    Amy L. Seybert, PharmD, Lawrence R. Kobulinsky, and Teresa P. McKaveney
    38 Use of an Audience Response System (ARS) in a Dual-Campus Classroom Environment
    Melissa S Medina, EdD, Patrick J Medina, PharmD, Donald S Wanzer, Jane E Wilson, PhD,Nelson Er, MEd, and Mark L Britton, PharmD
    39 Using WebCt to Implement a Basic Science Competency Education Course
    Paul R. Lockman, PhD, Julie A. Gaasch, PhD, Karin Borges, PhD, Alan Ehlo, MS, and Quentin R. Smith PhD
    40 Impact of Patient Empathy Modeling on Pharmacy Students Caring for the Underserved
    Judy T. Chen, PharmD, Joseph LaLopa, PhD, and Devra K. Dang, PharmD
    Instructional Design and Assessment
    27 Parenterals Laboratory Course to Reduce Microbial Contamination Rates in Media Fill Tests Performed by Pharmacy Students
    Christine M. Isanhart, PharmD, Kenneth L. McCall, PharmD, Diane Kretschmer, PharmD, and Barbie A. Grimes, PharmD
    28 Expanding Voluntary Active-learning Opportunities for Pharmacy Students in a Respiratory Physiology Module
    Hardy Ernst, PhD, and Kay Colthorpe, PhD
    29 Use of Case-Based Learning in a Clinical Pharmacokinetics Course
    Robert E. Dupuis, PharmD, and Adam M. Persky, PhD
    30 A Seminar Course on Contemporary Pharmacy Issues
    Therese I. Poirier, PharmD, MPH
    ACPE Report
    45 Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education: Annual Report
    Peter H. Vlasses, PharmD, Jeffrey W. Wadelin, PhD, and Dimitra V. Travlos, PharmD
    Book Reviews
    46 Book Reviews, Vol 72, Iss 2
    Donna S. West, PhD, Larry Sasich, Beatriz Manzor Mitrzyk, PharmD
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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.

    Editor:
         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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    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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