Planned in cooperation with the ASHP New Practitioners Forum
Activity Date: August 4, 2016
Expiration Date: August 4, 2022
Activity Type: Knowledge-based
CE Credits: NO CE
Activity Fee: Member – Free / Non-member – N/A
This activity is a recording from a live webinar in 2016. The Continuing Education for this activity has expired and will not be renewed.
This activity is designed for pharmacy residents and practitioners at all points in their career progression.
Adequate self-assessment skills are a vital component for a successful residency experience as well as for the continuing professional development of pharmacists. While there is substantial literature within healthcare identifying the less than adequate number of practitioners who use self-assessment, there is little descriptive literature demonstrating how to promote the practice. Guidance is required to assist pharmacy learners in developing and honing this skill. This webinar will review the utility of self-assessment in pharmacy practice and discuss resources and techniques for residents and practitioners.
- Define self-assessment and its necessity in continuing professional development.
- Describe how to complete a self-assessment.
- Discuss techniques to enhance self-assessment that results in change.
- Explain how to create a habit of effective self-assessment in practice.
Schedule of Educational Activities
- Self-assessment and professional development.
- Measurement and validation self assessment techniques.
- Potential resources available self assessment strategies.
- Lori J. Golterman, Pharm.D., National Director of Residency Programs and Education, Pharmacy Benefits Management Services, Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C.
- Melanie K. Kuester, Pharm.D., BCPS, Associate Consultant, Milliman, Inc., Indianapolis, IN
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- Faculty, planner, ASHP Staff and consultants report no relevant financial relationships pertinent to this activity.