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American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education ; 86(6):644-646, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2033793


An academic career affords us the opportunity for continuous learning and professional growth throughout the ups and downs of our professional life, during good and bad times. A key element necessary to navigate an academic career is to always focus on excellence as the core principle underlying our actions and interactions with others along the journey. This Commentary reflects on four essential elements of excellence that can enhance our academic journey. We should always care more, risk more, dream more, and expect more than others think is possible as we approach the days and years of our academic careers.

American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education ; 86(5):372-373, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1980297


During her time as Executive Vice President and CEO of AACP, the Journal has made major advances thanks in large partto Dr. Maine's enthusiastic, compassionate, and visionary leadership. [...]of Dr. Maine's passion for advancing pharmacy education globally, the Journal appointed its first international associate editor in 2008. In the last 20 years, her contributions included topics ranging from Medicare and prescription coverage to the importance of science in schools and colleges of pharmacy, to lessons learned about the power of collaboration during the COVID-19 pandemic, to pharmacists' roles and responsibilities in confronting systemic racism.3-7 The past and current AJPE editors, associate editors, editorial board members, authors, and reviewers have all benefited from Dr. Maine's commitment to ensure the continued success of the Journal.

American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education ; 85(10):1167-1168, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1628026


According to Highwire, the Journal's home page was accessed over 157,000 times. The Journal welcomed six new members to its Editorial Board: M. Lynn Crismon, The University of Texas at Austin;Radhika Devraj, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville;Curtis G. Jefferson, University of Washington;Anne Kugler, Western University of Health Sciences;Joel Marrs, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus;and Maria M. Thurston, Mercer University. Thank You The Editor remains indebted and thankful for all the associate editors, editorial board members, manuscript reviewers, authors and the AACP Board of Directors and staff for their continued efforts and support of the Journal.

American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education ; 85(2):87-89, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1200593


The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost every facet of modern life, causing almost a million deaths worldwide as well as widespread economic and social strife. While contemplating how we might emerge from this pandemic, we were reminded of the Stockdale paradox. We suggest that the Academy must not only confront the brutal facts of the current situation, but we must also maintain faith in the endgame and a commitment to prevail despite the enormous challenges we face. The Academy can play a key role in helping the world recover from this pandemic if we build on the diversity and strengths of our programs nationally and globally. We suggest that there are three key actions that pharmacists and pharmacy educators must take to show leadership in this time of need. First, we must be the voice that reassures the public about the value of science and the scientific method. Second, we must work locally and nationally to ensure an optimal public health response. Finally, members of the Academy must serve as role models with respect to the essential public health tools to prevent the spread of COVID-19. By remaining positive, keeping the endgame in mind, and confronting the most brutal facts of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are confident that pharmacy education and pharmacy will weather this storm and arise even stronger for it.