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Creating a PEPSIG Resource Library of Experiential Program Development Resources (AACP APPI Initiative Part II)

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Objectives: Expansion of the AACP Advanced Pharmacy Practice Initiative (APPI) PEPSIG Resource library to include resources for experiential directors/coordinators to use in program development.

Methods: Keywords and a definition of each keyword were developed to describe aspects of experiential programs. Search for resources included the internet, EBSCOhost, Medline, Wilson Text, individual pharmacy and medicine journals, and leadership and educational texts. PEPSIG Members were invited to submit resources, conference calls and Web-Ex sessions were scheduled weekly to review resources, and assign categories and keywords. Continuous editing eliminated synonymous keywords and double postings. Mapping frameworks were developed to ensure that all topics were included in the reference. A survey to evaluate library use and usefulness was developed. Feedback on library keywords, types of resources people considered valuable and thoughts for the future of the database was solicited from participants at the 2006 National Experiential Education Conferences in Lansdowne Va.
Results: During 2006 over 300 additional references and resource lists on program development and additional resources for preceptor development and training were added to the PEPSIG Resource Library. Keyword definitions were added for improved user application.

Implications: This reference library will continue to be monitored for accuracy and will be maintained and updated regularly. Follow up by Talluto and Nemire includes review of a survey of faculty awareness of the program, and completion of an article describing the development and implementation of the reference library.
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Talluto, Beverly. and Nemire, Ruth. "Creating a PEPSIG Resource Library of Experiential Program Development Resources (AACP APPI Initiative Part II)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Jul 14, 2007 <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p196041_index.html>

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Talluto, B. A. and Nemire, R. E. , 2007-07-14 "Creating a PEPSIG Resource Library of Experiential Program Development Resources (AACP APPI Initiative Part II)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p196041_index.html

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Abstract: Objectives: Expansion of the AACP Advanced Pharmacy Practice Initiative (APPI) PEPSIG Resource library to include resources for experiential directors/coordinators to use in program development.

Methods: Keywords and a definition of each keyword were developed to describe aspects of experiential programs. Search for resources included the internet, EBSCOhost, Medline, Wilson Text, individual pharmacy and medicine journals, and leadership and educational texts. PEPSIG Members were invited to submit resources, conference calls and Web-Ex sessions were scheduled weekly to review resources, and assign categories and keywords. Continuous editing eliminated synonymous keywords and double postings. Mapping frameworks were developed to ensure that all topics were included in the reference. A survey to evaluate library use and usefulness was developed. Feedback on library keywords, types of resources people considered valuable and thoughts for the future of the database was solicited from participants at the 2006 National Experiential Education Conferences in Lansdowne Va.
Results: During 2006 over 300 additional references and resource lists on program development and additional resources for preceptor development and training were added to the PEPSIG Resource Library. Keyword definitions were added for improved user application.

Implications: This reference library will continue to be monitored for accuracy and will be maintained and updated regularly. Follow up by Talluto and Nemire includes review of a survey of faculty awareness of the program, and completion of an article describing the development and implementation of the reference library.

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