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    Volume 74, Issue 010

    178 Are We Preparing the Integrators?
    Lucinda L. Maine, PhD
    179 Finding Time for Faculty Development
    Melissa S. Medina, EdD, Gina D. Garrison, PharmD, and Gayle A. Brazeau, PhD
    185 From Shortage to Surplus: The Hazards of Uncontrolled Academic Growth
    Daniel Brown, PharmD
    Special Articles
    183 Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment for Individual Student Assessment and Curricular Evaluation
    Day M. Scott, PharmD, Lunawati L. Bennett, PharmD, PhD, Mary J. Ferrill, PharmD, and Daniel L. Brown, PharmD
    184 Legal and Ethical Issues Regarding Social Media and Pharmacy Education
    Jeff Cain, EdD, and Joseph L. Fink, III, JD, BSPharm
    186 Designing a Master of Public Health Degree Within a Department of Pharmacy Practice
    Cynthia A. Naughton, PharmD, Daniel Friesner, PhD, David Scott, PhD, MPH, Donald Miller, PharmD, and Christian Albano, PhD, MPH
    Research Articles
    181 Nine Constructs of Cultural Competence for Curriculum Development
    Margarita Echeverri, PhD, Cecile Brookover, PhD, and Kathleen Kennedy, PharmD
    188 Pharmacy Faculty Members’ Perspectives on the Student/Faculty Relationship in Online Social Networks
    Anne H. Metzger, PharmD, Kristen N. Finley, PharmD, Timothy R. Ulbrich, PharmD, and James W. McAuley, PhD
    189 The Pharmacist Aggregate Demand Index to Explain Changing Pharmacist Demand Over a Ten-Year Period
    Katherine K. Knapp, PhD, Bijal M. Shah, PhD, and Mitchell J. Barnett, PharmD, MS
    190 Pharmacy Students’ Perceptions of a Required Senior Research Project
    Sylvia E. Kim, PharmD, Jalene I. Whittington, PharmD, Lynda M. Nguyen, PharmD, Peter J. Ambrose, PharmD, and Robin L. Corelli, PharmD
    191 Faculty and Student Expectations and Perceptions of E-mail Communication in a Campus and Distance Doctor of Pharmacy Program
    Pamela A. Foral, PharmD, Paul D. Turner, PhD, Michael S. Monaghan, PharmD, Ryan W. Walters, MS, Jennifer J. Merkel, MS, PharmD Candidate, Jeremy H. Lipschultz, PhD, and Thomas L. Lenz, PharmD
    192 An Instrument to Evaluate Pharmacists’ Patient Counseling on Herbal and Dietary Supplements
    Hsiang-Wen Lin, PhD, A. Simon Pickard, PhD, Gail B. Mahady, PhD, George Karabatsos, PhD, Stephanie Y. Crawford, PhD, and Nicholas G. Popovich, PhD
    Instructional Design and Assessment
    180 A Capstone Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience in Research
    Cynthia A. Wuller, MS
    182 Provision of Medication Therapy Management to University Faculty and Staff Members by Third-year Pharmacy Students
    Heidi N. Eukel, PharmD, Elizabeth T. Skoy, PharmD, and Jeanne E. Frenzel, PharmD
    187 An Innovative Elective Course in Anticoagulation Management
    Candice L. Garwood, PharmD, Mirjon Bishja, PharmD, and Maureen A. Smythe, PharmD
    194 Evaluation of Clinical Reasoning in Basic Emergencies Using a Script Concordance Test
    Caroline Boulouffe, MD, Bernard Charlin, MD, PhD, and Dominique Vanpee, MD, PhD
    193 Letters, Vol 74 Iss 10
    Dennis F. Thompson, PharmD, Peter A. Chyka, PharmD, Martha F. Earl, MSLS, et al
    Book Reviews
    195 Concepts in Pharmacogenomics; Pharmacy Informatics
    Kelly C. Lee, PharmD, BCPP, KTL Vaughan, MSLS
    196 Books Received
    Books Received through November 8, 2010
    AACP Reports
    S8 Going Global: The Report of the 2009-2010 Research and Graduate Affairs Committee
    Kenneth L. Audus, Chair, J. Edward Moreton, Sven A. Normann, Charles D. Sands III, Hazel H. Seaba, Michael Z. Wincor, Rosalie Sagraves, and Kenneth W. Miller
    S2 The Pharmacy Student Population: Applications Received 2008-09, Degrees Conferred 2008-09, Fall 2009 Enrollments
    Danielle A. Taylor, M.P.P. and Jennifer M. Patton, M.L.I.S.
    S6 An Environmental Scan on the Status of Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills in Colleges/ Schools of Pharmacy: Report of the 2009-2010 Academic Affairs Standing Committee
    Gary M. Oderda, PharmD, MPH, Robin M. Zavod, PhD, Jean T. Carter, PharmD, PhD, et al.
    S22 Final Report of the 2009-2010 Bylaws and Policy Development Committee
    S11 Report of the AACP Special Committee on Substance Abuse and Pharmacy Education
    Paul W. Jungnickel, Edward M. DeSimone, Julie C. Kissack, Lisa A. Lawson, Matthew M. Murawski, Brandon J. Patterson, Raylene M. Rospond, David M. Scott, and Jennifer Athay
    S20 Independent Auditor’s Report
    Daniel J. Cassidy, MBA
    S4 Call to Action: Expansion of Pharmacy Primary Care Services in a Reformed Health System
    JoLaine R. Draugalis, Diane E. Beck, Cynthia L. Raehl, Marilyn K. Speedie, Victor A. Yanchick, and Lucinda L. Maine
    S7 Pharmacists’ Contributions to Primary Care in the United States Collaborating to Address Unmet Patient Care Needs: The Emerging Role for Pharmacists to Address the Shortage of Primary Care Providers
    Patti Gasdek Manolakis, PharmD and Jann B. Skelton, RPh, MBA
    S18 Report of the 2009-2010 Standing Committee on Advocacy
    Nancy DeGuire, Nancy Fjortoft, Wendy Duncan, Renee Coffman, Elizabeth Young, J. Chris Bradberry, and William G. Lang
    S19 Report of the AACP Finance Committee, June 15, 2010
    S21 Roster of Voting Delegates, 2010 AACP Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
    S3 2010 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Report
    S5 Report of the 2009-2010 Professional Affairs Committee: Pharmacist Integration in Primary Care and the Role of Academic Pharmacy
    Seena L. Haines,Renee M. DeHart, Karl M. Hess, Macary Weck Marciniak, Jeanine K. Mount, Beth Bryles Phillips, Joseph J. Saseen, Arlene A. Flynn, and S. Whitney Zatzkin
    AACP Minutes
    S10 Board of Directors Meeting, February 5-6, 2010, Crystal City, Virginia
    S9 Board of Directors Meeting, November 4-5, 2009, Alexandria, VA
    S12 2010 Council of Faculties Business Meeting, February 8, 2010, Arlington, VA
    S13 Board of Directors Meeting, March 27, 2010, Baltimore, Maryland
    S16 House of Delegates Sessions, July 11 – 14, 2010 Seattle, Washington
    S17 Council of Deans Business Meeting, July 13, 2010, Seattle, WA
    S14 2010 Council of Faculties Business Meeting, July 12, 2010, Seattle, Washington
    S15 Board of Directors Meeting, July 8-9, 2010, Seattle, WA
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