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    Volume 72, Issue 05

    Viewpoints
    114 Academic and Institutional Capacity: A Global Issue
    Claire Anderson, PhD, BPharm
    115 Lessons Learned from an Unsung Hero: Gloria Niemeyer Francke
    Lucinda L. Maine, PhD, and John Michael O’Brien, PharmD, MPH
    116 Assessing Capacity of Hospitals to Partner With Academic Programs for Experiential Education
    Arlene A. Flynn, PhD, and George E. MacKinnon III, PhD
    Addresses
    118 2008 Rho Chi Lecture: One Easy Piece
    William H. Campbell, MS, PhD
    Special Articles
    117 Capacity of Hospitals to Partner with Academia to Meet Experiential Education Requirements for Pharmacy Students
    Joint publication of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
    Research Articles
    106 Peer-Level Patient Presenters Decrease Pharmacy Students’ Social Distance From Patients With Schizophrenia and Clinical Depression
    Amber V. Buhler, PhD, and Reza M. Karimi, PhD
    110 Pharmacy Student and Preceptor Perceptions of Preceptor Teaching Behaviors
    Paveena Sonthisombat, PharmD
    111 Pharmaceutical Care Plan Examinations to Identify Students at Risk for Poor Performance in Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences
    Vaughn L. Culbertson, PharmD
    112 National Survey of Volunteer Pharmacy Preceptors
    Maryann Z. Skrabal, PharmD, Rhonda M. Jones, PharmD, Ruth E. Nemire, PharmD, et al
    113 The Relevance of Prior Knowledge in Learning and Instructional Design
    Telle Hailikari, MSc, Nina Katajavuori, PhD, and Sari Lindblom-Ylanne, PhD
    Teachers Topics
    108 Plaintiff or Defendant: Using Legal Cases to Teach Students Pharmacy Law
    Alan R. Spies, JD, PhD
    119 A Laboratory Exercise in Capsule Making
    Krista D. Capehart, PharmD
    120 A Standardized Patient-Oriented Approach to Teaching Clinical Toxicology
    Naser Z. Alsharif, PharmD, PhD
    121 Applying Organ Clearance Concepts in a Clinical Setting
    Jorge Duconge, PhD, MS
    124 Engaging Pharmacy Students With Diverse Patient Populations to Improve Cultural Competence
    Sally Haack, PharmD
    125 An Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience in Public Health
    Brooke Y. Patterson, PharmD
    Instructional Design and Assessment
    103 Using Team-based Learning in an Endocrine Module Taught Across Two Campuses
    Nancy A. Letassy, PharmD, Susan E. Fugate, PharmD, Melissa S. Medina, EdD, Jeffrey S. Stroup, PharmD, and Mark L. Britton, PharmD
    104 Perceived Value of a Pharmacy Resident Teaching Certificate Program
    Jacob P. Gettig, PharmD, MPH, and Amy H. Sheehan, PharmD
    105 An Elective Course in Adult Acute Care Medicine Using a Hybrid Delivery System
    Antonia Zapantis, MS, PharmD, Caridad Machado, PharmD, Ruth Nemire, PharmD, and Simon Leung, MS, PharmD
    107 Principles-based Learning Design for an Online Postgraduate Psychiatric Pharmacy Course
    Monica Zolezzi, BPharm, MSc and Adam Blake, BCom
    109 A Required Course in the Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Clinical Pharmacy Services
    Monica L. Skomo, PharmD, Khalid M. Kamal, PhD, and Hildegarde J. Berdine, PharmD
    Letters
    122 Letters, Vol 72, Iss 5
    Jonathan D. Ference, PharmD, Melissa S. Medina, EdD; Amy Pakyz, PharmD, MS
    Book Reviews
    123 Book Reviews, Vol 72, Iss 5
    Book Reviewers: Michael Montagne, PhD; Deborah Lester Strong, PharmD
    Evaluation, Assessment, and Outcomes: The AACP Institute Supplement
    96 Evaluation, Assessment, and Outcomes in Pharmacy Education: The 2007 AACP Institute
    George E. MacKinnon III, PhD
    97 Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Assessment
    Peggy Piascik, PhD, and Eleanora Bird, MS
    98 Writing PharmD Program-Level, Ability-Based Outcomes: Key Elements for Success
    Katherine A. Kelley, PhD, James D. Coyle, PharmD, James W. McAuley, PhD, Lane J. Wallace, PhD, Robert A. Buerki, PhD, and Sylvan G. Frank, PhD
    99 A Curriculum Review and Mapping Process Supported by an Electronic Database System
    Mark Britton, PharmD, Nancy Letassy, PharmD, Melissa S. Medina, EdD, Nelson Er, MS, MEd
    100 Curricular Mapping: Process and Product
    Katherine A. Kelley, PhD, James W. McAuley, PhD, Lane J. Wallace, PhD, and Sylvan G. Frank, PhD
    101 Curricular Progress Assessments: The MileMarker
    Julianna E. Szilagyi, PhD
    102 Finding and Using Readily Available Sources of Assessment Data
    Eric G. Boyce, 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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