Ayers*.  Strengths in ACLS. ACCP 2019.







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Hawkins.  UGAC3 Creation.  ACCP 2019.







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Smith.  ACLS in Curriculum.  ACCP 2019







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Smith.  Research Elective.  ACCP 2019

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Manuscripts, Awards and Grants

Academia Manuscripts

Teaching research skills to student pharmacists: A multi-campus, multi-semester applied critical care research elective
Susan E. Smith, Andrea Sikora Newsome, W. Anthony Hawkins, Christopher M. Bland, Trisha N. Branan

Impact of multimodal methods to teach advanced cardiovascular life support principles in the core Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum
Andrea Sikora Newsome, Susan E. Smith, W. Anthony Hawkins, Michael Fulford, Beth B. Phillips

Scholastic synergy: a team prototype for pharmacy faculty engagement in education, research, and service
Andrea Sikora Nesome, Susan E. Smith, Christopher M. Bland, Trisha N. Branan, W. Anthony Hawkins
Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning [In Press]

Twelve tips for synergistic delivery of remoted advanced pharmacy practice experience rotations
Trisha Branan, W. Anthony Hawkins, Andrea Sikora Newsome, Christopher Bland, Susan Smith

Pharmacy perceptions of CliftonStrengths® themes important for success in advanced cardiovascular life support
Susan E. Smith, *Parisa Ayers, Andrea Sikora Newsome, Linda Logan, Michael Fulford

Effect of formal advanced cardiovascular life support training with high-fidelity mannequins on knowledge and confidence of third-year PharmD student
Susan E. Smith, *Sydney Finder, Andrea Sikora Newsome, Michael Fulford

Academia Grants

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) 2019-2020 New Investigator Award. Long-Term Retention of ACLS Knowledge After AHA ACLS Certification. PI: Susan E. Smith. Co-PI: Andrea Sikora Newsome, Kelly Rogers. Collaborating Investigators: Michael Fulford. $10,000. Duration: May 1, 2020 – May 1, 2021.

American Association of College of Pharmacy (AACP) SOTL Grant. Influence of personality traits on PharmD student success with advanced cardiovascular life support. PI: Susan E. Smith. Co-PI: Andrea Sikora Newsome, Michael Fulford, Linda Logan. $4,000. Duration: June 1, 2019 – May 31, 2020.

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