Several School of Pharmacy faculty attended a workshop Sept. 22-24 in Lansdowne, Va. conducted by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. In attendance were Dr. Phil Johnston, dean; Dr. Julie Rafferty, coordinator of experiential education; and Dr. Sal Giorgianni, director of experiential education. The goal of the conference was to provide essential background information and resources to individuals responsible for experiential education programs at colleges and schools of pharmacy while creating a support network of key contacts and peers.
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