Many professional organizations have initiatives to increase the awareness and use of informatics in the practice of pharmacy. Within education we must respond to these initiatives and make technology integral to all aspects of the curriculum, inculcating in students the importance of technology in practice. This document proposes 5 central domains for organizing planning related to informatics and technology within pharmacy education. The document is intended to encourage discussion of informatics within pharmacy education and the implications of informatics in future pharmacy practice, and to guide colleges of pharmacy in identifying and analyzing informatics topics to be taught and methods of instruction to be used within the doctor of pharmacy curriculum.
Vanderbush, Ross E.; Anderson, H. Glenn Jr.; Fant, William K.; Fujisaki, Brad S.; Malone, Patrick M.; Price, Paul L.; Pruchnicki, Maria C.; Sterling, Teresa L.; Weatherman, Kara D.; and Williams, Karl G. (2007). "Implementing Pharmacy Informatics in College Curricula: The AACP Technology in Pharmacy Education and Learning Special Interest Group." American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 71.6, Article 117-.
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