Friday, January 20, 2017

Goodbye and Good Luck!

As my rotation draws to a close, I wanted to reflect on a few of my experiences at mdBriefCase. Within a span of five short weeks, I have been able to accomplish several projects, while refining my quantitative and qualitative skills.

Major highlights included the following: 

Learning Outcomes
eCME Critical Appraisal on OAB
-        Provided an opportunity to analyze a participation report
-        Learned about accreditation bodies, such as CCCEP
-        Enhanced my presentation skills
eNewsletter on Sexual Health in Older Men
-        Challenged me to write succinctly and under 1300 words!
-        Collaborated with Content Development and Marketing regarding programming and promotion prior to deployment
9 Blog Posts
-        Explored a variety of topics, including vaccinations by pharmacists and tips for pharmacy students
-        Received positive feedback from colleagues
Foot Care Module on MedSchoolforYou
-        Created a module that supports health literacy amongst patients, and boosts pharmacist confidence when assessing and recommending products for different foot conditions
-        Completed The Diabetes Education: A Comprehensive Review, which served as excellent preparation for the CDE
-        Also finished CMEs on pain, antispasmodics and BED to increase my general therapeutic knowledge

Looking back, each activity challenged my ability to be a malleable writer, clinician and scholar.  I sincerely appreciate all of the help and kindness I have received during my time at mdBriefCase. Special thanks to Cassandra and Mike for their wealth of knowledge and support!

Warmest Regards,