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Inspiring Inquiry and Improvement in Pharmacy Practice, Education, and Policy

A quarterly publication featuring case studies, clinical experiences, commentaries, idea papers, original research, review articles, and student projects that focus on leading edge, novel ideas for improving, modernizing, and advancing pharmacy practice, education, and policy. INNOVATIONS in pharmacy.

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Current Issue: Volume 7, Number 2 (2016)

Community Engagement

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Original Research
The Impact of a Short-Term Pharmacology Enrichment Program on Knowledge and Science Attitudes in Precollege Students
Molly N. Downing, Katherine E. Rooney, Abigail Norris Turner, and Nicole Kwiek

Education

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Case Study
From Drug Literature Evaluation to Evidence-Based Medicine: Transforming the Focus of a First Year Pharmacy Curriculum
Shannon Reidt, Keri Hager, James Beattie, Amy Pittenger, Maureen Smith, and Kristin Janke

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Case Study
Four Themes to Enhanced Interprofessional Education Integration: Lessons Learned from Early Implementation and Curricular Redesign
Margaret de Voest, Lisa Meny, Kali VanLangen, Susan DeVuyst-Miller, Lisa Salvati, David Bright, Jodie Elder, and Kari Vava

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Original Research
Assessment of Barriers to Providing Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) in the Hospital Setting
Matthew J. Gibson, Donald Sullivan, Crystal Tubbs, Jay Mirtallo, and Katherine Kelley

Formulary Evaluations

Insights

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Clinical Experience
Access to Breathing Medications in an Uninsured and Underinsured Patient Population
Amanda M. Singrey, Maria C. Pruchnicki, Jennifer Seifert, Juan Peng, Gregory Young, and Kristin A. Casper

Pharmacy Practice

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Original Research
Engagement in a Diverse Urban Community to Describe Community Residents’ Perceptions of Pharmacists as Immunizers
Anthony Pattin, Zachary Rowe, Paul E. Kilgore, Nada Farhat, Stephen Kaurala, and Linda Kaljee