1st Edition

Multicultural Pharmaceutical Education





ISBN 9780789000712
Published July 19, 1996 by Routledge
164 Pages

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Book Description

Multicultural Pharmaceutical Education spotlights methods and theory on how to increase representation of minorities in pharmacy schools and practice settings. Many of the ideas presented in this book are unique, and all provide an opportunity for institutions with few minority students to greatly improve their recruitment and retention efforts geared toward these students.

The contributing authors, representing all levels of academia--deans, undergraduate students, vice provosts, executive directors, a National Professor of the Year, and faculty members--have all had experience in some aspect of minority pharmaceutical education. It is through their practical experiences that they offer suggestions and commentary on pharmacy programs of study. Historical accounts or examples of success that could be emulated at other institutions are included.

With the help of Multicultural Pharmaceutical Education, colleges and universities and their faculty can forge ahead in attracting and retaining minority students to their pharmacy programs and into the world of pharmacy practice. Structured around four major areas (foundation, commitment, actuation, and conclusion), the authors remove the option of traditional excuses of failure in this important area of education.

All those involved in pharmacy education should read this book whether deans, admissions counselors, professors, or students. Multicultural Pharmaceutical Education provides an easy-to-read, practical and theoretical approach to improving the opportunity and quality of education that minority students can achieve in pharmaceutical programs.

Table of Contents

Contents Multicultural Pharmaceutical Education: An Introduction

  • I. Foundation
  •  The Entry-Level Doctor of Pharmacy Degree: Implications for Minority Pharmacists
  • The Right to Learn: Advantaging the Disadvantaged Student in Pharmaceutical Education
  • II. Commitment
  • The Commitment to Minority Recruitment Programs
  •  Clinical Rotations at a Historically Black College: A Vital Component
  • Cooperative Approaches to Stimulating Minority Participation in Graduate Pharmaceutical Education
  •  Preparing Minority Pharmacy Students for International Health Service
  • III. Actuation
  •  An Educational Pipeline into Pharmacy for Minority Students
  • Florida A&M University: Impact of Private and Federal Funding on the Development of Graduate Pharmaceutical Education and Research
  •  Barriers to a Career in Pharmacy: An Hispanic Perspective
  • Graduate Pharmaceutical Education: An African-American Perspective
  • IV. Conclusion
  • Development of Leadership Potential: A Tool for Minorities
  • The Mexican American Association of Pharmacy Students (MAAPS)
  • The Advantages of a Minority Attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities
  •  Understanding Minority Education in Pharmacy
  • Reference Notes Included

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