Bernadette Cornelison, PharmD
University of Arizona College of Pharmacy
Bernadette Cornelison, PharmD, MS, BCPS, assistant professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science, co-coordinates the self-care therapeutics course for first-year student pharmacists. She is the only ambulatory care clinical pharmacist at the ALVERNON FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC where she serves as a preceptor for PGY2 Ambulatory Care residents and APPE students. Her research focuses on care transitions and inter-professional education. Dr. Cornelison conducts research concerning utilization of pharmacy personnel through a patient's transitions of care and Interprofessional student learning and active classroom learning strategies. She also teaches in the areas of Self Care Therapeutics, Transitions of Care and Pharmacy Administration.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Creative Approaches for Integrating Patients/families and Community Members as Participants and Facilitators in Interprofessional Education Activities
Workshop Description: We will describe two examples of events (disabilities event and patient safety event) focused on patient-centered, interprofessional healthcare and shared decision-making that seek to broaden learner perspectives on disabilities and patient safety. Both events incorporate patients/families and community members in interprofessional activities. Presenters will discuss pre-event surveys and post-event feedback concerning how community inclusion led to engaging and successful learning experiences, including enhanced respect and value for shared decision-making. In the…