The required component of experiential learning is designed to facilitate your progress from initial stages of making meaningful connections with patients to caring for complex patients with acute and chronic diseases. You will also experience patient care in communities, in hospitals, and during transitions of care. This experiential education begins in the first weeks of your P1 year.
Learn more about how experientail learning is an integral part of personalizing your education.
Sue Skledar, RPh, MPH, FASHP, Director of Experiential Learning and Continuing Professional Development, 412-648-1504
James Pschirer, PharmD, Associate Director of Experiential Learning, 412-383-5229
Anna Schmotzer, Assistant Director, 412-624-8186