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The Faculty Professional Development Committee is composed of representatives of School administrators, full-time and adjunct Faculty and staff. Its main duties are to identify the professional development needs of faculty and preceptors, and coordinate the delivery of continuing education and professional advancement activities.
|Lean Pharmacy management†||12/5/2017|
|PCSK9 Inhibitors: where do we stand?†||12/5/2017|
|Tips for success in academic publishing||11/27/2017|
|Code of ethics for drug promotion*||4/11/2017|
|Clinical (pharmacy) research initiatives*||4/6/2017|
|Management of non-small cell lung cancer*||5/26/2016|
|Teaching and learning in the 21st century||5/13/2016|
|Sedation, analgesia and delirium in the ICU: what’s new?*||5/5/2016|
|Insights in simulation-based education||4/25/2016|
|Publishing educational papers||4/8/2016|
|Quality assessment of publications||12/7/2015|
|Treatment and prevention of thrombosis*||10/29/2015|
|Biostatistics application (series of 7 sessions)||3/9; 16; 23; 4/20; 5/4; 13; 27/2015|
|Highlights in antithrombotic therapy*||3/26/2015|
|Management of febrile neutropenia*||1/29/2015|
|Ebola virus disease†||1/29/2015|
*Held at LAU Medical Center-Rizk Hospital (LAUMC-RH).
†Held at the Annual Preceptors Appreciation Event.
The School of Pharmacy values and supports the continuing professional development and career advancement of its Faculty. In order to achieve these goals, annual funds are allocated to support individual full-time faculty members in further developing their skills and abilities in the areas of teaching, research, service and leadership. Furthermore, faculty members especially junior faculty who have identified needs for professional development are assigned a senior faculty mentor who will provide formative mentoring and guidance on career development in accordance to a formal Individual Faculty Mentoring and Development Plan document.