Paige Brown, PharmD
Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Paige Brown, PharmD, is the Assistant Dean of Interprofessional Education at Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS). Brown graduated with her doctorate of pharmacy from Campbell, then completed an ASHP-accredited geriatrics residency with the department of family medicine at ECU Brody School of Medicine. Following residency, she served as clinical pharmacist for family medicine, a pharmacy education specialist at Vidant Medical Center, a clinical assistant professor for the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, and an assistant director of the Eastern Area Health Education Center. Previously, she served as the Vice Chair of Experiential Education for CPHS.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
A Description of an Office of Interprofessional Education for Nine Health Science Programs in a Rural Health Setting (#2)
Campbell University has prioritized IPE by creating a dedicated IPE office with its own resources, staff, and budget. The eight colleges of Campbell University include The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine. The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences consists of eight health sciences programs: Athletic Training, Clinical Research, Nursing, Pharmacy Practice, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, and Public Health. All of the Health Science programs listed above are located on the Campbell Health…
IPE Leadership Certificate Development at Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS) (#53)
Background: The IPE Leadership Certification program presents students the opportunity to earn recognition for demonstrating commitment to interprofessional collaboration. Students who pursue certification consistently go above and beyond typical IPE requirements: they participate in developing new initiatives, take on leadership positions, and promote IPE principles to their communities. After graduation, these students will enter communities as leaders in their profession who will advance the movement of interprofessional collaborative practice, prepared for an ever-changing healthcare…