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Emerging Innovations in Pharmacological Education

  • Chair(s):

    Dr. Steve Tucker,
    Professor of Pharmacology Education ,University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

    Dr. Clare Guilding
    Professor of Pharmacology and Medical Education, Newcastle University, Newcastle, United Kingdom

  • Session description:

    Gaming App to Teach Opioid Competencies in an Interprofessional Manner
    Dr Kelly Karpa
    Professor, Quillen College of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, East Tennessee State University, United States of America

    Computer simulations of pharmacology teaching labs
    Professor David Dewhurst
    Professor, Edinburgh University, United Kingdom

    Cancer medicines: From laboratory to the patient
    Ms Emily Hobson
    Lecturer, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom

    One step beyond: Mapping masterness for postgraduate pharmacology
    Dr Anne Gaffney-Burke
    Lecturer, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

    Research-informed methods for teaching mathematical aspects of pharmacology
    Dr Jennifer Koenig
    Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

    Improving medicines reconciliation and prescribing safety using a multidisciplinary approach
    Dr Stefanie Lip
    StR Clinical Pharmacology and Clinical Research Fellow, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

    Using Virtual Reality (VR) pharmacology lab to supplement student learning
    Dr Mei Kee Lee
    Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham, Malaysia

    Incorporating sustainability into the Pharmacology curriculum
    Dr Yvonne Dempsie
    Lecturer, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom

    Evaluation of the effectiveness of simulations versus laboratory classes in pharmacology setting for distance learning students
    Dr James Brown
    Associate Head of Global Engagement and Education Partnerships, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

    The development of a novel pharmacology board game to promote student learning and engagement 
    Dr Kenneth Watterson
    Lecturer, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

    POPS (Patient-Oriented Problem Solving) system in pharmacology
    Dr Mark Simmons
    Professor, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, United States of America

    Experimental design eLearning resource collection
    Professor Clare Stanford
    Professor of Translational Neuropharmacology, University College London, United Kingdom

    iiBalls: an updated and expanded iris simulator for teaching autonomic pharmacology and the utility of drugs in an ocular diagnostic setting
    Dr Graham Mackay
    Senior Lecturer, The University of Melbourne, Australia

    IUPHAR Pharmacology Education Project:
    Dr John Szarek
    Professor, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, United States of America


05 Jul 2023


1:35 pm - 4:00 pm


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