There is a need for education about and development of advocacy skills within student pharmacists. Pharmacy literature describes experiences incorporating advocacy education within curricula; however, these are often singular, limited experiences. To increase student pharmacists’ awareness, knowledge, and skills, effective advocacy curricular threads are necessary within curricula. This paper provides rationale for the need for a greater emphasis on development of these skills within student pharmacists, evidence of curricular experiences surrounding advocacy from the literature, initial observations from a piloted curricular thread at one school, and implications for the academy.
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Mospan, Cortney M.; and Calhoun, McKenzie L.. 2016. Developing Students as Advocates through a Pilot Advocacy Curricular Thread within a PharmD Curriculum. Innovations in Pharmacy. Vol.7(3). https://doi.org/10.24926/iip.v7i3.460 ISSN: 2155-0417