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Dr. Jim Tisdale was recently appointed as the Chair, Board of Directors, Pharmacotherapy Publications, Inc (PPI).

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Dear Colleagues,

 

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Jim Tisdale.  Jim was recently appointed as the Chair, Board of Directors, Pharmacotherapy Publications, Inc (PPI). His appointment becomes official on October 27, 2020 at the end of the 2020 ACCP Annual Meeting and will be a 2 year renewable term.  The PPI Board provides oversight and direction for both Pharmacotherapy and the Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (JACCP) as well as various other professional publications associated with ACCP.  Congratulations Jim!

Dr. Jane Krause was recently awarded the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (IPTeC) program’s award as the 2019-2020 Mentor of the Year.

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Dear Colleagues,

 

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Jane Krause.  Jane was recently awarded the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (IPTeC) program’s award as the 2019-2020 Mentor of the Year.  This award recognizes Jane’s dedication to the professional development of one or more participants in the program.  Awardees offers insightful feedback, creates an atmosphere of openness and encouragement, and serve as an excellent role model for the trainees.  Congratulations Jane!

 

Dr. Cindi Koh-Knox Sharp was recently awarded the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Substance Use Disorder Special Interest Group (SIG) Distinguished Service Award.

Cindi Koh-Knox Sharp

Dear Colleagues,

 

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Cindi Koh-Knox Sharp.  Cindi was recently awarded the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Substance Use Disorder Special Interest Group (SIG) Distinguished Service Award. This award is given in recognition and gratitude for outstanding contributions to AACP's Substance Use Disorder SIG. Congratulations Cindi!

 

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Dr. Alicia Russ authored a paper that was selected as the 2019 PHPR Paper of the Year

Alicia Russ

Congratulations to Dr. Alicia Russ whose paper “Medication decision-making for patients with renal insufficiency in inpatient and outpatient care at a US Veterans Affairs Medical Centre: a qualitative, cognitive task analysis” was selected as the 2019 PHPR Paper of the Year.  Congratulations also to Department members Dr. Nervana Elkhadragy and Dr. Alan Zillich, who were co-authors on the paper.

Dr. Rakhi Karwa was recently appointed as a Scholarship of Engagement Fellow with the University Provost’s Office of Engagement

Rakhi Karwa

Dear Colleagues,

 

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Rakhi Karwa.  Rakhi was recently appointed as a Scholarship of Engagement Fellow with the University Provost’s Office of Engagement.  The Fellows Program fosters the development of the scholarship of engagement for faculty throughout the Purdue system in support of the promotion and/or tenure process.  Congratulations Rakhi!

 

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Dr. Jamie Woodyard was recently recognized as a Fellow in the Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Program

Jamie Woodyard

Dear Colleagues,

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Jamie Woodyard.  Jamie was recently recognized as a Fellow in the 2020-2021 Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Program.  Fellows are selected from a diverse pool of tenure track or clinical junior faculty members who are committed to improving their teaching. Through the program, fellows will foster continued excellence of teaching and learning, and facilitate the development of their teaching potential. Congratulations Jamie! 

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Community-Based Residency Program at Mathes Diabetes Center recently received a full 8-year reaccreditation

Nikki Olenik

Dear Colleagues,

 

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Nikki Olenik.  Nikki and her team’s PGY1 Community-Based Residency Program at Mathes Diabetes Center recently received a full 8-year reaccreditation.  This is the longest stretch of accreditation that can be awarded to residency programs and reflects her tieless work to sustain a high quality program.  Also, Dr. Kania was instrumental in helping with the accreditation process.   Congratulations!

 

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Residency Program at IU Arnett recently received a full 8-year accreditation.

Janelle Rogers

Dear Colleagues,

 

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Janelle Rogers.  Janelle and her team’s PGY1 Residency Program at IU Arnett recently received a full 8-year accreditation.  This is the longest stretch of accreditation that can be awarded to residency programs and reflects her tieless work to develop a high quality program.  Also, Dr. Deann Kania was instrumental in helping to develop the program and assist with the accreditation process.   Congratulations!

 

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