Lori J. Duke, Pharm.D.

Experience Programs
Assistant Dean for Experience Programs

Experience Programs

Education

Doctor of Pharmacy, UNC-Chapel Hill, School of Pharmacy 1989

Specialized Residency in Critical Care Pharmacy, Medical College of Virginia Hospitals/VCU 1989-1990

Research Fellowship in Critical Care Pharmacy, Virginia Commonwealth University 1990-1992

Honors, Awards, and Achievements

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Board of Directors, 2014-2020

  • Vice President (2018)
  • Liaison to the Continuing Education Commission (2016)
  • Liaison to the International Services Program Commission (2015)

ACPE Site Team Evaluator (National, International Programs), (2013 – present)

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Experiential Education Section Leadership

  • Immediate Past Chair (2013-2014)
  • Chair (2012-2013)
  • Chair-Elect (2011-2012)

AACP Council of Sections, Member (2011-2014)

AACP Academic Leadership Fellows Program, 2006-2007

Southeastern Pharmacy Experiential Education Consortium (SPEEC), Co-founder and Member (2003 – present)

  • Chair: 2003-2006; 2016
  • Chair-Elect: 2015

Georgia Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists, Board of Directors (1997 – present)

Co-recipient, American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Immunization Champion Award – Community Outreach Category, Honorary Mention, (award given to Division of Experience Programs), March 2011.

Co-recipient, Rufus A. Lyman Award (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy), 2007, for Chisholm MA, Cobb H, Duke L, McDuffie C, Kennedy W.  Development and validation of an instrument to measure professionalism.  Am J Pharm Ed 2006; 70(4): Article 85.

Foothills Area Health Education Center Board of Directors (2016-present)

Affiliations

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Member

Georgia Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Member

Research Interests

Experiential Education

Student Professional Development

Selected Publications

Welch LH, Hughes LD, May DB, McEwen DW, Duke LJ.  Evaluation of a multi-modal approach of teaching immunization administration in a doctor of pharmacy curriculum.  Curr in Pharm Teach Learn 2014; 6(6):782-791.

Duke LJ, Staton AG, McCullough ES, Jain R, Miller MS, Stevenson TL, Fetterman JW, Parham RL, Sheffield MC, Unterwagner WL, McDuffie CH.  Impact of advanced pharmacy practice experience placement changes in colleges and schools of pharmacy. Am J Pharm Educ. 2012;76(3)Article 49.

McDuffie CH, Duke LJ, Stevenson TL, Sheffield MC, Fetterman JW, Staton AG, McCullough ES.  Consortium-based approach to implementing an online preceptor development program.  Am J Pharm Educ. 2011;75(7):Article 135.

McDuffie CH, Sheffield MC, Miller MS, Duke LJ, Rogers S.  A web-based portfolio approach to developing and documenting pharmaceutical care plans during advanced pharmacy practice experiences.  Am J Pharm Ed 2010; 74(4): Article 59.

Brackett PD, Byrd D, Duke LJ, Fetterman JW, Unterwagner WL, Staton AG, Miller MS, Sheffield MC, Kennedy WK, McDuffie, CH, Stevenson TL, Thompson PA, McCullough ES.   Confronting barriers in graduating pharmacy students:  focus on advanced pharmacy practice experiences by an experiential education consortium. Am J Pharm Ed 2009; 73(5):Article 82.

Duke LJ, Unterwagner WL, Byrd DC.  Establishment of a multi-state experiential pharmacy program consortium.  Am J Pharm Ed 2008; 72(3):Article 62.

Chisholm MA, Cobb H, Duke L, McDuffie C, Kennedy W.  Development and validation of an instrument to measure professionalism.  Am J Pharm Ed 2006; 70(4): Article 85.

Duke LJ, Francisco GE, Herist KN, McDuffie CH, White CA.  Student professionalism:  development and implementation of a curricular competency statement and professionalism policy at the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy.  J Pharm Teaching 2005; 12(2):5-24.

Duke LJ, Kennedy WK, McDuffie C,  Miller M, Sheffield M, Chisholm M.  Student attitudes, values, and beliefs regarding professionalism.  Am J Pharm Ed 2005; 69(5) Article 104.