Unlock the Power of AACP surveys, ExamSoft, Canvas, and CORE Data
Join our Pharmacy Office Hours live session as we discuss the challenges of optimizing the curriculum, assessing students and pharmacy programs, and overviewing the Enflux solutions suitable for these purposes.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
– Quickly assess your curriculum and pharmacy program using the AACP Curriculum Quality Survey
– Gain a comprehensive understanding of your assessment data and identify areas for improvement
– Utilize powerful data from ExamSoft, Canvas, or CORE to make informed decisions with ease.
Register for the free live session enabling you to identify strengths and areas for improvement within your program.
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Quickly analyze your AACP Survey data results by comparing your performance to peer and national benchmarks.
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Visually compare and track your school’s NAPLEX performance and compare your school’s performance to state and national benchmarks.
Administered by NABP, the PCOA dashboard provides a way to track your school’s performance compared to national results year over year. Dive even deeper by analyzing results at the student level.
Chief Executive Officer | Enflux
Alejandra Zertuche is the Chief Executive Officer of Enflux, an intuitive data analytics and decision support platform for higher education. She possesses a diverse educational background, holding a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from an accredited institution, an MBA from St. Mary’s University, and a Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics from UT Health at Houston. Alejandra is a highly skilled expert in academic assessment and accreditation and was named one of San Antonio Business Journal’s 40 under 40 and one of Texas’s Top 50 Women to Watch by The Society Diaries.
Head of Education and Assessment | Enflux
Dr. Mielczarek holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Communications from Wilkes University, a master’s in Secondary Education from Lehigh University, and a PhD in Human Development from Marywood University. Prior to receiving her PhD, Dr. Mielczarek taught 9-12 grade English in the PA public school system. She has held roles in institutional research and assessment in higher education since 2015. Most recently, she was the Director of Assessment in the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University. Her experience includes curricular and programmatic assessment, outcomes assessment, accreditation, research methods, and teaching.