Emily Dornblaser and Leslie Ochs published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Emily Dornblaser, Pharm.D., MMEL, and Leslie Ochs, Pharm.D., Ph.D., MSPH, both assistant professors in the College of Pharmacy, have been published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (AJPE).
Dornblaser co-authored a paper titled “Current Practices in Global/International Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences: Home/Host Country or Site/Institution Considerations.” As international outreach by pharmacy schools is increasing, Dornblaser and her colleagues set out to establish a set of best practices for exchange programs and practice experiences. Their paper provides current practice guidelines to establish and maintain successful global/international advanced pharmacy practice experiences (G/I APPEs) with specific recommendations for home/host countries and host sites/institutions.
Both Dornblaser and Ochs were co-authors of a paper titled “Current Practices in Global/International Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences: Preceptor and Student Considerations.” Their article described key areas of consideration for G/I APPE preceptors, students and learning objectives.