A Virtual Community Pharmacy Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) in Response to COVID-19

Robin Moorman Li, Eric F. Egelund, Jessica Reid, Carol A. Motycka, Ashlan Kunz Coyne, Eric Jakab, Kimberly Stultz, Shauna Buring, Stacy Miller


The response to COVID-19 created a need to evaluate options and develop innovative solutions to assure students progressed towards graduation. Creating both a Community Pharmacy APPE Test-Out Option and a Virtual Community Pharmacy APPE was a positive experience which provided a vital resource for students who were unable to complete the traditional Community Pharmacy APPE due to the pandemic. This solution provided a unique opportunity to utilize the combined expertise of faculty to tailor the Community Pharmacy APPE based on the individual student’s previous experience and educational needs and meet both ACPE and graduation requirements. Further development of this option could prove useful as we move forward in these unprecedented times.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v9n4p89


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