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Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program

This guide highlights resources for the Teaching Certificate Program.

PharmacyLibrary Instructor Guide

The PharmacyLibrary Active Learning Exercises is a compilation developed by University of Iowa College of Pharmacy faculty and designed for use in a variety of teaching environments. The activities are categorized in the following curricular content areas:

  • Application of Therapeutics
  • Communication/Documentation
  • Compounding
  • Drug Information/Literature Evaluation
  • Immunization
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Patient Counseling
  • Patient Safety
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Physical Assessment/Health Screenings
  • Prescription Dispensing

Using their instructor login, teaching faculty can access and download a variety of additional information for the exercises that includes answer keys, evaluation rubrics and student handouts.  See the handout linked below for instructions.

AccessPharmacy Custom Curriculum

Custom Curriculum enables program directors and faculty to create and manage their residency and clerkship curricula, creating interactive learning modules for their learners to meet the unique needs of their programs, making it a perfect tool for education and remediation.

With Custom Curriculum, instructors can:

  • Create and populate assignments from all of the Access online medical resources licensed by their institution, including textbooks, videos, and case files
  • Include Q&A tests, either drawing from the existing question bank or by authoring their own questions and dictating a minimum passing score
  • Assign specific learners to each curriculum
  • Report on progress and quiz scores by learner or by assignment
  • Link out to external resources or upload files to include in their curricula
  • Offer targeted remediation for specific learners

To access Custom Curriculum, faculty should first create an individual account the following McGraw-Hill site.

To enable instructor guide access for Pharmacotherapy Casebook, first set up a My Access account while on the NEOMED network, and then request instructor privileges by sending an email to userservices@mhprofessional.com.

Reference Services

In Person:  Monday - Friday: 9:30am - 5:00pm  Stop by the information desk in the library and ask to speak with the reference librarian.

Phone:  330-325-638

Email:  refdesk@neomed.edu

By Appointment: Complete the online appointment request form or call 330-325-6600 to make an appointment with a librarian.

Reference services available to NEOMED affiliated patrons:

  • Finding resources (journal articles, books, databases, etc)
  • Assistance with research
  • Database training
  • Support for Zotero and EndNote Web

Contact a reference librarian for help, or to ask about a service not listed!