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6th International Conference on Life Long Learning in Pharmacy

DRAFT PROGRAM (May 19, 2005)

Workshop (90 min)     Breakout (45 min)     Research (15 min with three/session)

All events convene on the University campus, except Monday and Wednesday dinners.

Sunday, June 26

18:00 - 20:30 Registration - Geology Atrium
19:00 - 21:00 Reception - Geology Atrium
Cash Bar, Pianist Shirley Blackburn


Monday, June 27

0730 - 1445 Registration - Arts Building Front Entrance
0730 Cafeteria Breakfast at Marquis Hall
0830 Welcome and Opening Remarks Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
0850 Plenary #1 Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
Keynote Presentation - Continuous Professional Development – Where are we today, where are we going to be tomorrow?
Mike Rouse (Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, Chicago, USA)

1000 Visit My Poster
1030 Coffee/Posters/CE Showcase - Rooms 211 and 208 Arts Building
1100 Plenary # 2 - Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
Theme Presentation - How Does Lifelong Learning Occur?
Ian Bates
(University of London, UK)
1215 Lunch/Posters/CE Showcase - Rooms 211 and 208 Arts Building
Pick up Bag Lunch from top of ramp area on 2nd Floor Arts Building

1345 Concurrent Session A
13:45 - 15:30 Workshop # 1 Room 214 Arts Building
‘Learning to Ride’ – Models for Encouraging Engagement in Reflective Practice
Nicola Arnold, Helen Middleton (London Pharmacy Education and Training, London, UK)

Workshop # 2 Room 217 Arts Building
Should Advanced and Specialist Pharmacy Practitioners be Regulated?
Peter Wilson (Royal Pharmaceutical Society, London, UK)
13:45 - 14:30 Breakout # 1 Room 206 Arts Building
The Calgary-Cambridge model: A Model for the Enhancement of Communication Skills Teaching and Learning in Pharmacy?
Brian Addison, Denise Hansford (The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland)

Breakout # 2 Room 213 Arts Building
Where Effective Education Begins: The Integral Role of Needs Assessment
Nadine Wentzell (Adult Education Consultant, Halifax, Canada)

Breakout # 3 Room 210 Arts Building
Developing Pharmacy Practitioners of Tomorrow Using Interprofessional and Reflective Learning Skills
Denise Taylor (University of Bath, Bath, UK), Lyn Hanning (United Bristol NHS Healthcare Trust, Bristol, UK)

Breakout # 4 Room 202 Arts Building
CPD Enables and Enhances the Learning Process
Jennifer Archer (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK)
13:45 - 14:30 Research Presentations Room 203 Arts Building
Research # 1 - Early Professional Exposure to Patient Care Responsibilities - Start of the Lifelong Learning Journey
Margaret Ackman (University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada)

Research # 2 - Students' Views on Record of Evidence in Pre-Registration Training
Jeremy Liew (Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital NHS Trust, London, UK)

Research # 3 - The Influence of Clinical Training on the Self-Perceived Competence of Community Pharmacists
Raisa Laaksonen, Lizzie Mills (University of London, London, UK)
1430 Break
1445 Concurrent Session B

Workshops 1 & 2 continued

14:45 - 15:30 Breakout # 5 Room 202 Arts Building
Piloting Peer Mentoring to Support Professional Development
Kim Brackley (Auckland District Health Board, Auckland, NZ)

Breakout # 6 Room 213 Arts Building
Development of an Evidenced-Based Competency Framework for Pharmacy Practitioners in the UK
Denise Farmer (Clinical Pharmacy Services (East), Witchford, UK), Lizzie Mills (University of London, London, UK)

Breakout # 7 Room 206 Arts Building
Tutors’ Professional Development – Challenges and Opportunities
Darja Frankic (Slovenian Chamber of Pharmacy, Slovenia)

Breakout # 8 Room 210 Arts Building
Implementation Issues/Strategies in Developing a Pilot CPD Program
Alan L. Hanson, Ruth Bruskiewitz (University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA)
14:45 - 15:30 Research Presentations Room 203 Arts Building
Research # 4 - Needs, Opinions & Suggestions of Community Pharmacists on Continuing Education in Belgium
Annelies Driesen, G. Laekeman (K.U. Leuven, Leuven, Belgium)

Research # 5 - Continuing Professional Development – The Portuguese Experience
Fernando Ramos, José Aranda da Silva, Tania Saraiva,Ivana Silva (Portuguese Pharmaceutical Society, Lisboa, Portugal)

Research # 6 - What Are the Issues Surrounding CPD for Pharmacists in the UK?
Sue C. Jones (Kings College London, London, UK)
1530 Break
1545 Concurrent Session C
15:45 - 16:30 Breakout # 9 Room 214 Arts Building
Learning: The Bridge to Cross the Quality Chasm
Peter Noyce (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK)

Breakout # 10 Room 210 Arts Building
Assessing Pharmacist’s Learning Needs – A Model for Practice
Lyn Hanning (United Bristol NHS Healthcare Trust, Bristol, UK), Andrea Taylor (University of Bath, Bath, UK)

Breakout # 11 Room 206 Arts Building
Conceptualizing Professional Competence: A complex view
Amanda Torr (New Zealand)

Breakout # 12 Room 213 Arts Building
Cultural Factors Affecting Learning in Overseas Students Taking MSc Pharmacy Programmes
Yi-Chun Chen (University of London, London, UK), Soraya Dhillon (University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK)

Breakout # 13 Room 217 Arts Building
Evaluating the Impact of Competency Assessment
Nora MacLeod-Glover (Ontario College of Pharmacists, Toronto, Canada), Anthony Marini, Martek Assessment Ltd., Calgary, Alberta
15:45 - 16:30 Research Presentations Room 203 Arts Building
Research # 7 - Kiwis Switching Hats - Teaching the Preceptor to Assess
Trish Vorstermans (Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand, Wellington, NZ)

Research # 8 - The Effect of a Pharmacy CE Program for Preceptors on Learning Outcomes
Nancy Fjortoft (Midwestern University, Chicago, USA)

Research # 9 - Competency Frameworks for Advanced Level Practice: Towards Consultant Pharmacists
Ian Bates, David Webb (University of London, London, UK), J.G. Davies (University of Brighton, Brighton, UK)
1630 Adjourn
1800 Dinner/Social - Western Development Museum (Casual Dress)
5:30pm reception - cash bar, 7:00pm dinner, 8:30pm entertainment
Museum and gift shop open till 11:00pm


Tuesday, June 28

0745 Cafeteria Breakfast at Marquis Hall
0800-12:00 Registration - Arts Building Front Entrance
0910 Opening Remarks Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
0915 Plenary #3 Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
Theme Presentation - Technology and life long learning – building bridges to continuous professional development
Terri Schindel
(University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada)
1030 Coffee
1045 Posters/CE Showcase Rooms 208 and 211 Arts Building
(posters/booths are manned)
1200 Canadian Pharmacists Association Luncheon
Dr. Jeff Poston, Executive Director
Entertainment 12:30pm-1:00pm
1315 Concurrent Session D
13:15 - 15:00 Workshop # 3 Room 214 Arts Building
Development of a Web-Based Approach to Learning to Fulfil Continuing Education Needs of Pharmacists
Sue Jones, Patricia Reynolds (King’s College London, London, UK)

Workshop # 4 Computer Lab – Room 110 Arts Building
The Use of Technology to Support Learning, Individual’s Development and the Management of Change
Jennifer Archer, Paul Grey (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK)
13:15 - 14:00 Breakout # 14 Room 210 Arts Building
E-Learning: A Process with Multiple Outcomes
Kirsten Holme Christensen, Tina Schilling (Pharmakon, Hillerød, Denmark)

Breakout # 15 Room 206 Arts Building
Web-Based Continuing Pharmacy Education Modules – A Bridge Linking Undergraduate Pharmacy Experience to CPD
Cheryl Wiens (University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Breakout # 16 Room 217 Arts Building
Bridging Education for Internationally Educated Pharmacists in Canada
Marie Rocci-Dean, Zubin Austin (University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada)

Breakout # 17 Room 213 Arts Building
Truth or Consequence – Reactions to the Introduction of Mandatory CPD in Great Britain
Peter Wilson (Royal Pharmaceutical Society, London, UK)
13:15 - 14:00 Research Presentations Room 203 Arts Building
Research # 10 - How Accurate is Self-Assessment of Competence?
Lizzie Mills (University of London, London, UK), Denise Farmer (Clinical Pharmacy Services, East)

Research # 11 - Training Community Pharmacists for a New Medication Review Service in England
Diane Harris (Amber Valley Primary Care Trust, Belper, UK), Julia Lacey (University of Derby, Mickleover, UK)

Research # 12 - Portfolio-Based Learning and Assessment in Non-Doctor Prescriber Training
Alison Eggleton (Addenbrooke's NHA Trust, Cambridge, UK), Soraya Dhillon (University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK)
1400 Break
1415 Concurrent Session E

Workshops 3 & 4 continued

14:15 - 15:00 Breakout # 18 Room 217 Arts Building
A Training Workshop to Support Pharmacists’ Integration in Family Medicine
Elaine Lau, Zubin Austin (University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada)

Breakout # 19 Room 206 Arts Building
Methods for Identifying Pharmacists Learning Needs
Lizzie Mills, Raisa Laaksonen (University of London, London, UK)

Breakout # 20
RE-SCHEDULED TO SESSION F


Breakout # 21 Room 213 Arts Building
Technology as an Integral Component of the Working Professional Pharm.D. Program: Past, Present, and Future
Sven Norman, Andrew Kellenberger, Diane Beck (University of Florida, USA)

14:15 - 15:00 Research Presentations Room 203 Arts Building
Research # 13 - Perceptions of CPE Providers on Their Role in Pharmacist CPD
Ginger Scott (West Virginia University, Morgantown, USA)

Research # 14 - Fostering Personal Learning: A Qualitative Study in Evaluation
Nadine Wentzell (Adult Education Consultant, Halifax, Canada)

Research # 15 - A General Level Competency Framework: Final Results of the South of England Trial
Ian Bates (University of London, London, UK), David Webb (Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, UK)
1500 Break
1515 Concurrent Session F
15:15 - 16:00 Breakout # 22 - How to Engage Students in On-Line Discussion and Interactive Learning
David J. Woods (University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ)
WITHDRAWN

Breakout # 20 Room 203 Arts Building
Pharmacist Professional Development at Work: The Employer’s Role in Continuing Education
Rosemarie Patodia (Shoppers Drug Mart, North York, Canada)

Breakout # 23 Room 217 Arts Building
Self-Assessment – A Prescription for Continuing Professional Development?
Roberta Stasyk (Alberta College of Pharmacists, Edmonton, Canada)

Breakout # 24 Room 210 Arts Building
CPD with a Difference
Carmen Oltmann, Billy Futter (Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa)

Breakout # 25 Room 206 Arts Building
Continuous Professional Development in Pharmacy - Too Little, Too Late?
Marcus Droege (Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, USA)

Breakout # 26 Room 213 Arts Building
Research to Learning to Research to Learning: Who Learns?
Charles Morecroft, Jennifer Archer (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK)

15:15 - 16:00 Research Presentations Room 214 Arts Building
Research # 16 - Continuing Education via Videoconference and Webcast Video: A Best Practice Comparison
Heather Scarlett-Ferguson (Alberta Hospital Ponoka, Ponoka, Canada)

Research # 17 - Supporting the Pioneers - How Student Pharmacist Supplementary Prescribers Use Electronic Discussion Boards to Support Their CPD
Andrea Taylor, Denise Taylor (University of Bath, Bath, UK)

Research # 18 - Pharmacist Intervention in Risk Reduction - A Comparative Trial of In-Depth Versus Conventional CPE
Marci Quesnel (University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada)
1600 Adjourn
Free evening – no planned social events


Wednesday, June 29

0730 Cafeteria Breakfast at Marquis Hall
0840 Opening Remarks Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
0845 Plenary #4 Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
Theme Presentation - How Can Collaboration Foster Lifelong Learning?
Abilio Neto,
(National Prescribing Service, Australia)
1000 Coffee/Posters/CE Showcase
1030 Concurrent Session G
10:30 - 12:15 Workshop # 5 Room 214 Arts Building
A CPD Journey across the Pacific – Outcomes Assessment in BC & NZ
Bronwyn Clark (Registrar, Pharmacy Council of New Zealand, Wellington, NZ); Doreen Leong (Director, Assessment Programs, College of Pharmacists of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada); Sandy Bhawan, Competence Policy Advisor, Pharmacy Council of New Zealand; Susan Simosko, International Consultant in competence-based assessment, Susan Simosko Associates, Inc, Sidney, Canada

Workshop # 6 Room 217 Arts Building
The Route to Much Success: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Evaluation
Nadine Wentzell (Adult Education Consultant, Halifax, Canada)
10:30 - 11:15 Breakout # 27 Room 213 Arts Building
Partnering Academia, Professionals and Business to Deliver CPD: Insights and Lessons
Neil R. Cohen (Medisca Network Inc., Montreal, Canada)

Breakout # 28 Room 210 Arts Building
‘Two Heads – Are They Really Better Than One?’ Optimizing Hypertension Treatment – The Team Approach
Donna Galvin (CPS Consultants Corp, Okotoks, Canada), Charlotte Jones (University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada)

Breakout # 29 Room 203 Arts Building
Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration in Continuing Education
Dimitra V. Travlos (Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, Chicago, USA)

Breakout # 30 Room 202 Arts Building
What Should New Doctors Know About Pharmacy? A Delphi Study
Alan Denison, Lesley Diack (The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland)

Breakout # 31 Room 206 Arts Building
Inter-professional Continuing Education for Collaborative Client Centered Care (ICEC)
Karen Barber, Program Director, Continuing Physical Therapy Education; Shannan Neubauer, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
1115 Break
1130 Concurrent Session H

Workshops 6 & 7 continued

11:30 - 12:15 Breakout # 32 Room213 Arts Building
Advancing Pharmacy Education through International Collaboration and Information Exchange
Mike Rouse (Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, Chicago, USA)

Breakout # 33 Room 210 Arts Building
Interprofessional Training of CPD Facilitators – Pharmacy & Dietetics
Helen Middleton (London Pharmacy Education & Training, London, UK)

Breakout # 34 Room 206 Arts Building
Developing Pharmacist Pioneers – How Collaborative Multi-Disciplinary Partnerships Have Supported the Development of a Successful Supplementary Prescribing Programme for Pharmacists
Denise Taylor, Andrea Taylor (University of Bath, Bath, UK)

Breakout # 35 Room 202 Arts Building
Problems Solved Through CPD and a Unique Collaboration
Lindsay Taylor, Suki Tattar (Leicester School of Pharmacy, Leicester, UK)
1215 Lunch - BBQ voucher redeemable at the front entrance of Marquis Hall
1330 Concurrent Session
Evaluation Group Discussions (Rooms and groups to be assigned)
1415 Plenary #5 Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
Evaluation Feedback and Future Planning
1500 Plenary #6 Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Room 241 Arts Building
Closing Keynote Presentation: Crossing the Bridge – What’s on the other side?
Linda Suveges, Acting Dean, and Director, Continuing Professional Development for Pharmacists (CPDP), College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK; Zubin Austin, Professor, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON; Canada

1600 Adjourn
18:00 Reception - cash bar - Delta Bessborough Hotel
19:00 Dinner with entertainment to follow