Level of activity: Beginner
ACPE Standards 2016: 2.1, 2.4, 3.2, 3.5, 3.6, 4.1, 4.4
EPAs: Patient Care Provider (Implement), Information Master (Educate Others)
PPCP: Implement, Communicate
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Sean Nebergall (he/him), PharmD, is Assistant Professor–Practice at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. Dr. Nebergall received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University in 2013. His previous experience is at Kroger as manager of a high-volume community pharmacy. At The Ohio State University, Dr. Nebergall is co-coordinator and faculty instructor for the first-year Integrated Patient Care Laboratory (IPCaL) courses. Additionally, he has worked to integrate cultural competency instruction with lab activities across all 3 years of the lab sequence. He also assists Ohio University in educating second-year medical students about LGBTQ+ issues in health care. His research is focused on preparing students to improve pharmaceutical care for patients in marginalized communities.
Colleen Dula (she/her), PharmD, BCACP, is Assistant Professor–Practice at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. Dr. Dula received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy in 2005. She completed a post-graduate community/ambulatory care residency at The Ohio State University Clinical Partners Program in 2006. As Director of the Integrated Patient Care Laboratory she is responsible for oversight of the six- semester lab curriculum including budget and resource allocation, strategic initiatives, project management, and educational technology. She is also co-coordinator and faculty instructor for the first-year IPCaL courses. Dr. Dula’s research is focused on teaching advancement and skills-based instruction.
Stacy King (she/her) is Program Manager for the Integrated Patient Care Laboratory (IPCaL) at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. Ms. King earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 2003 and completed 3 years of PharmD coursework from The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. Ms. King has several years of experience in community pharmacy practice and adult education. Prior to her current role, Ms. King developed and coordinated Pharmacy Technician Training courses at two local career centers/community colleges and created content as a consultant for an online Pharmacy Technician certification course. As the IPCaL Program Manager, Ms. King manages the daily usage of multiple Pharmacy Skills Laboratory spaces including various forms of educational technology, coordinates simulation activities for the Integrated Patient Care Lab course series, and teaches in the first two courses of the IPCaL course series.
Brief Overview and Setting
The purpose of this activity is to provide students an opportunity to practice inclusive communication with transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) patients while incorporating the technical skill of counseling on a specific dosage form, in this case a transdermal patch. This activity takes place in an integrated pharmacy skills laboratory course during the ...