AACP Annual Meeting 2023

2023 AACP Annual Meeting in Denver

UF College of Pharmacy Booth #209

The University of Florida College of Pharmacy invites you to learn more about how we are celebrating our centennial year and leveraging artificial intelligence in health care. Visit Booth #209 in the exhibit hall to spin our prize wheel and try our advanced AI clinical decision support tool.

Gaylord Rockies

Booth Schedule and Activities

4-7 p.m., July 23 Check out Booth #209 in the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center

8 a.m. – 2 p.m., July 24 Check out Booth #209 in the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center

DEMONSTRATION HOSTED BY Jenny Lo-Ciganic, Ph.D., M.S., M.S. Pharm.

Learn About Leveraging AI in Health Care (Booth #209)

Artificial intelligence is more than just the next wave of high tech. It is transforming nearly every sector of our life and the economy, including health care. In the UF College of Pharmacy, more than a dozen researchers are using AI tools to address the nation’s health care challenges from developing new cancer drugs to stemming the opioid epidemic. Stop by Booth #209 at the AACP Annual Meeting to view a new AI clinical decision support tool developed by Dr. Jenny Lo-Ciganic.

Jenny Lo-Ciganic

Est. 1923

Celebrating 100 Years of Pharmacy Greatness

As the UF College of Pharmacy celebrates its centennial year, you are invited to explore our many contributions to pharmacy education, research and practice over the past century.

Pharmacy Centennial

UF Faculty Presentations

DateTimePresenters (UF presenters bolded)Topic
July 222-5 p.m.Melissa Medina, Lindsey Childs-Kean, Marina Suzuki, Frank Romanelli, Kyle Wilby, Daniel MalcomDipiro Workshp - Qualitative Research
July 248-9 a.m.Wendy Cox, Tina Brock, Shauna Buring, Chris Harrell, Frank RomanelliThe Messy Middle: The Challenging Role of Academic Leaders in Pharmacy Education
July 249:15-10:45 a.m.Steven Smith, et alResearch, Health Science and Policy in Academic Pharmacy
July 2411-12 p.m.Kelly Ragucci, Melissa Medina, Michelle Farland, Daniel Kennedy, Daniel Malcom, Nicole Culhane, Deepti Vyas, Kashelle Lockman, Edith Mirzaian, John Conroy, Miranda SteinkopfGuidance on Implementation of the New Curricular Outcomes and Entrustable Professional Activities (COEPA)
July 241-2 p.m.Sharon Connor, Stephani Hsia, Jennifer Ko, Chardae WhitnerMoving Upstream: Let’s discuss new tools for promoting health equity and structural competency
July 244:45-5:15 p.m.Priti Patel, Teresa CavanaughWe're in This Together: Collaborative Support of Student Learning Teams
July 258-9 a.m.Omathanu Perumal, Cary Mobley, Timothy Fincher, Ashim MalhotraLeveraging Pharmaceutical Science Mindsets to Enhance the Professional Identity of Pharmacy Faculty and Students
July 2511 a.m.-12 p.m.Andrea Franks, Brooke Griffin, Michelle Farland, Lea EilandCurating Your Next Academic Chapter: Career-Sustaining Behaviors for Career Vitality
July 2511 a.m.-12 p.m.Karen Sando, Gloria Grice, Karen WhalenTips for Surviving (and Thriving!) Your ACPE Self-Study
July 251:15-2:15 p.m.Courtney Bradley, Mariette Sourial, Heidi Anksorus, Stacey Curtis, Krista DonohoeAre You Tired? Skills Lab Faculty Workload Survey Results and Methods to Prevent Faculty Burnout
July 232:45-3:45pmCarolynn KomanskiWhy does this process take so long? Utilizing technology to improve operational efficiencies within experiential learning
July 232:45-3:45pmJanel SoucieProviding Equitable Learning Opportunities for Students with Disabilities in Pharmacy Experiential Education
July 23 & 24John Allen, Janel Soucie, Lisa Vandervoort, Carolynn Komanski, Carinda Field85: Prevalence of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences In Medically Underserved and High Social Vulnerability Areas 
Carinda Feild, Lisa Vandervoort, Janel Soucie Janelle Krueger, Antionette Brown93: To Go or to Stay: a Survey on Virtual Site Visit Experiences
Lindsey Childs-Kean, Heather Folz, Ashley Pugh, Katherine Callaghan109: Student Perceptions of the Use Secular Podcasts at Three Institutions in Different Learning Environments
Karen Whalen, Lisa Vandervoort 174: Making the Calculations Curriculum Count
Judy Wu, Rachel Shaddock , Jessica Bates, Michael Zhuo Wang, Kristin Wiisanen 181: Pharmacogenomics Education Strategies in the United States Pharmacy School Curricula
Teresa Cavanaugh, Karen Whalen, John Allen, Shauna Buring340: Student Success: Rooted in Retention, Remediation, and Relationship-Building Strategies