Assistant Professors of Pharmacy Practice Dr. Hope E. Campbell and Dr. Mark J. Chirico recently received a certificate in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy’s (ACCP) Teaching and Learning Certificate Program. The ACCP Academy was established in 2006, to provide high-quality, flexible and accessible professional development opportunities for members of the College. These programs are designed to provide professional and personal growth in one’s selected area of study. They were both engaged in a two-year study with full-day, prerequisite primer; three half-day modules and five elective courses chosen at the participants’ discretion. Each participant is required to develop online portfolios, complete a series of required readings and be evaluated by one or more mentors. Dr. Cathy Ficzere, assistant professor of pharmaceutical, social and administrative sciences and director of Belmont’s Drug Information Center, has previously completed the program.
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