University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
My name is Emma Haught and I am a 4th year student pharmacist at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. Throughout my time at University of Pittsburgh, I became heavily involved in an interprofessional organization called Primary Care Progress. This past year I had the opportunity to serve as the president and lead unique and impactful interprofessional events. Through these experiences, I have discovered a passion for interprofessionalism that has solidified my interest in pursuing clinical pharmacy and working on an interprofessional team. I hope to pursue a residency after successful completion of rotations and graduation.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Advancing Practical Collaboration in Healthcare Through Student-developed Interprofessional Case Conferences
Interprofessionalism is an essential aspect of student development and the growth of healthcare as a whole. Primary Care Progress is a student-led organization at the University of Pittsburgh dedicated to establishing the respect, appreciation, and understanding amongst health-professional students that is necessary for success as practitioners. The primary event is an Interprofessional Case Conference in which members of a variety of healthcare disciplines collaborate and create patient cases that are complex enough to incorporate each of the professional programs in a thoughtful way. At the…