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Developing adaptive expertise in pharmacy practice
Summary: Like other professionals, pharmacists regularly encounter new problems that they could not have studied in school and may not yet have learned about through continuing professional development. Pharmacists must therefore approach education and training in a manner that builds innovation, creativity, and flexibility. As a framework for pursuing these goals, adaptive expertise emphasizes the ability to handle new and difficult-to-anticipate problems that arise in everyday practice, without sacrificing efficient task performance.

Learning objectives
• Describe routine versus adaptive expertise in the context of pharmacy practice
• Understand how the adaptive expertise framework can help us explore and explain differences in experts’ ability to transfer learning
• Apply three evidence-based strategies to develop adaptive expertise in pharmacy practice

Feb 11, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Naomi Steenhof
Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream @Faculty of Pharmacy at University of Toronto & Pharmacist at the University Health Network
Naomi is an assistant professor, teaching stream at the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto. She also practices as a pharmacist in a Comprehensive Integrated Pain Program at the University Health Network. Naomi has research appointments at The Wilson Centre, The Institute for Education Research (TIER) at UHN, and the Ontario Pharmacy Evidence Network (OPEN). Her research in pharmacy education explores the crucial role of learning through struggle, difficulty, and failure.