Fred Doloresco, PharmD, MS
Clinical Associate Professor
University at Buffalo
Dr. Doloresco is Clinical Associate Professor at the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. In addition to examining health care education, Dr. Doloresco's research interests include pharmacoeconomics, outcomes research, and health services research. Specific areas of research include cost-effectiveness clinical pharmacy services as well as identifying how technology possitively impacts health care education.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
An Innovation Sprint as Method to Promote Interprofessional Skills Among Pharmacy and Public Health Students
Helping students to develop creative problem-solving skills and to work with other professions to come up with novel solutions is a key part of interprofessional collaboration (IPC). Innovation sprints are considered to be a novel pedagogy where small, diverse groups of students gather to find innovative solutions to problems within a given field. At the University at Buffalo Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) and Master of Public Health (MPH) students worked together to address the problem of medication adherence among low-income patients using an innovation sprint. A total of 133 students…