Leading change in academic pharmacy: Report of the 2018-2019 aacp academic affairs committee
© 2019, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. All rights reserved. The Committee was charged with the responsibility for examining the need for change in pharmacy education and the models of leadership that would enable that change to occur across the academy. They also examined the question of faculty wellbeing in a time of change and made several recommendations and suggestions regarding both charges. Building upon the work of the previous Academic Affairs Committee, the 2018-19 AAC encourages the academy to implement new curricular models supporting personalized learning that creates engaged and lifelong learners. This will require transformational leadership and substantial investments in faculty development and new assessment strategies and resources. Recognizing that the magnitude of the recommended change will produce new stress on faculty, the committee identified the need for much additional work on student, faculty and leaders’ wellbeing, noting the limited amount of empirical evidence on pharmacy related to stress and resilience. That said, if faculty and administrators are not able to address personal and community wellbeing, their ability to support their students’ wellbeing will be compromised.
Gregory, David F.; Boje, Kathleen M.; Carter, Rodney A.; Daugherty, Kimberly K.; Hagemeier, Nicholas E.; Munger, Mark A.; Umland, Elena M.; and Wagner, Jamie L., "Leading change in academic pharmacy: Report of the 2018-2019 aacp academic affairs committee" (2019). Regis University Faculty Publications. 111.