ACCP Journals, the American College of Clinical Pharmacy’s official podcast, interviewed Emily Cicali, Pharm.D., an assistant professor of pharmacotherapy and translational research, about her recently published study in the organization’s journal.
In the episode, Cicali speaks about how other organizations can apply the methods from her manuscript titled, “Competency-based clinical pharmacogenomics activities during APPEs.”
Cicali’s clinical team reviewed previous advanced pharmacy practice experiences, or APPE, syllabi to identify related activities, conducted a literature search to identify clinical pharmacogenomics competencies and then aligned these two components.
The team identified 20 APPE activities and 42 competency statements. Of those, 86% of competency statements were matched to one or more APPE activities. The team added three activities to the Clinical Pharmacogenomics APPE to meet additional competency statements.