Amy Seybert served as a guest editor with Stuart Haines as well as editor-in-chief Jerry Bauman on the Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (JACCP) Themed Issue on Clinical Pharmacy Education and Training published in February. Their editorial “Getting beyond learner reactions: elevating our scholarship about teaching and learning” challenges educators to rigorously measure and report educational outcomes beyond learner reactions.

Additionally, Pam Smithburger, Larry Kobulinsky, Madeline Kreider, Bryan Yourich, and Amy Seybert published their work, “Scalability of a remote advanced pharmacy practice experience with post-graduate year one pharmacy resident preceptor” in this themed issue. This paper was a result of our school’s educational innovations during the COVID-19 pandemic especially in summer 2020 where faculty, staff, graduate students, and residents partnered with UPMC to advance our experiential learning offerings in acute care.

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