This podcast provides an engaging interview with three outpatient pharmacist perspectives on the layered learning practice model. They will share insight into the benefits and challenges of incorporating a layered learning model in the outpatient setting.
Monica Green, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCACP, CDCES, (she/her) received her PharmD from Texas Southern University. She was inspired to complete an ambulatory care residency at Parkland Health & Hospital Systems to help address healthcare disparities. She first practiced as a clinical pharmacist and was later promoted to clinical manager. She is currently an operations manager for UTMB Health, and her role has expanded to include transitions of care, retail and specialty pharmacy services.
Kristy Brittain, PharmD, BCPS, CDCES, (she/her) earned her PharmD from the Wilkes University School of Pharmacy and completed a post graduate year 1 pharmacy practice residency in community care with Campbell University. Brittain is an associate professor at the MUSC College of Pharmacy and a clinical pharmacy specialist with MUSC Health-Charleston Ambulatory Pharmacy Services. She specializes in preventative care programs, employer-based wellness, and PGY1 community-based residency training. She leads a layered learning rotation that incorporates IPPE and APPE students and PGY1 pharmacy residents.
Jennifer Wisniewski, PharmD, BCPS, (she/her) is an assistant professor at the Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy where she coordinates a series of laboratory courses teaching health-systems pharmacy practice. After starting her career as a critical care clinical specialist, Wisniewski embraced her passion for education and transitioned to a faculty position. She believes training adept practitioners with strong interprofessional skills who are practice-ready requires a well-designed environment steeped in educational theory and evidence-based pedagogy.