State of The School of Pharmacy August 2003

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					State of The School of Pharmacy
          August 2003
   Arthur Nelson, R.Ph., Ph.D., Dean




             TTUHSC School of Pharmacy   1
  Review of Key Objectives
  & Critical Success Factors
What makes the Texas Tech SOP unique?

What makes Texas Tech successful?

What Is Our Shared vision?



             TTUHSC School of Pharmacy   2
 Review Of Our Key Undertakings of
           the Past Year

   Check-Out Our Performance Indicators
            On Our WEB Page

SOP Home Page/Administration/Office of the Dean

                 TTUHSC School of Pharmacy    3
 How Did We Do This Year?
Mission In Education & Training
• Enhance the Center For Teaching & Learning
  Through Technology
• Developing More Effective Committees
  Through Team Leadership Training
• Analysis & Enhancement Of The Professional
  Curriculum Led By Curricular Affairs
• Begin Planning For 4-Yr DFW Satellite Pgm
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 How Did We Do This Year?
Mission In Advancement of Scholarship
& Scientific Research
• Recruit New Senior Faculty Members With
  Significant Programs
• Expand Research Facilities in WHRI &
  Basement of SOP Building
• Expand & Enhance Research Infrastructure In
  Support of Faculty

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        Research Funding Received
Total For Fiscal Year To Date = $2,174,746

$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
                                                   Federal
 $800,000
                                                   National
 $600,000                                          State
 $400,000                                          Intramural
 $200,000
       $0
                          FY03 TYD
             Annual Portion Of Multi-Year Grants
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   Pharmacy Income Plan Funding
           (Excluding Pharmacy Operations)
Revenue
$500,000
$450,000
$400,000
$350,000
$300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
 $50,000
      $0
             FY00   FY01        FY02       FY03 YTD

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 How Did We Do This Year?
Mission In Enhancing the Lives Of the
Citizens Of Texas, The Nation and the
World
• Emphasis On Outreach Activities of Faculty,
  Staff & Students To Communities
• Enhance Professional Development Of
  Students With Assoc Dean Professional Affairs
  & Support Services

               TTUHSC School of Pharmacy          8
   Top Issues Facing
The School In 2003/2004




       TTUHSC School of Pharmacy   9
Unexpected Situations Impacting
          Next Year




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     Unexpected Situations
State Appropriations Increased Rather Than
Being Significantly Reduced As Expected
• Planned For 7-15% Reduction
• Received $200,000 Increase (Due To
  Enrollment Increases From 72 To 78 Students)
Information Services Revised Fees,
Resulting In $50,000 Decrease For SOP
(Paid From Student Fees)
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     Unexpected Situations
Indirect Research Funding Increased
• Last Two Year – Research Indirects Returned
  To SOP = $49,000
• Research Indirects Earned In Calendar Year
  2002 = $189,000
• Research Indirects Awarded To School For
  FY04 = $169,000 (89%)
UNTHSC Decided To Seek Approval For
DFW Pharmacy School
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         Top Issues Facing
      The School In 2003/2004
Development and Implementation Of the 4-
Year DFW Satellite Campus
October 2003 Accreditation Visit (SACS)
Recruitment Of Faculty To Vacant Positions –
Special Focus On Tenure Track & Experienced
Investigators To Bring Pgms To TTUHSC
Complete Curriculum Mapping, Realigning
Outcomes Assessment Criteria, & Begin
Overall Curriculum Review & Revision
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Development and Implementation
  Of the 4-Year DFW Satellite
            Campus
Board Of Regents Approved Petition To
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
To Seek 4-Year Satellite Campus
Considering Strategies To Accomplish Goal
Within Available Resources
Seeking Potential Facilities For P1 & P2
Assignments For Detailed Operational Plans
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Development and Implementation
  Of the 4-Year DFW Satellite
            Campus
We Still Plan To Start In Fall 2004 – Do Not
Want Legislative Fight In 2005
Coordinating Board and UNTHSC Is
Continuing To Seek A Collaborative
Initiative Between TTUHSC & UNTHSC
Must Secure Coordinating Board Approval
By January 2004 To Proceed
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 October 6-9 Accreditation Visit
            (SACS)
SACS Is For University-Wide Accreditation
Especially Important For:
• Federal Funding, Including Research, Student
  Loans, Etc.
• Only Accreditation Available For Graduate
  Program
• Required By Medicine & Nursing Accreditation

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 October 6-9 Accreditation Visit
            (SACS)
Pharmacy Visitors
• John Cormier, Pharm.D., Dean, Medical
  University of South Carolina
• John Piecoro, Pharm.D., Professor Pharmacy
  Practice, University of Kentucky
Likely October 7 Visit To DFW & Amarillo
Dr. Roland Patry & Ms. Jo Long Has
Represented SOP In Preparing Documents
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 Recruitment Of Faculty To Vacant
Positions – Special Focus On Tenure
 Track & Experienced Investigators
  To Bring Program To TTUHSC
 Pharmaceutical Sciences
 • 1 Full Professor Position (Cancer) With
   Endowed Chair
 • 2 Professor or Assoc Professor (Cancer & Card)
 • 3 Assistant Professor Positions (Drug Metab,
   Pharmacology, & Pharm Admin)

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 Recruitment Of Faculty To Vacant
Positions – Special Focus On Tenure
 Track & Experienced Investigators
  To Bring Program To TTUHSC
 Pharmacy Practice
 •   Geriatrics At Dallas VAMC
 •   Mental Health Pharmacy Lubbock
 •   Mental Health Pharmacy Amarillo
 •   4 Fellowship Trained, Tenure Track Positions
     Any Discipline

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 Complete Curriculum Mapping,
Realigning Outcomes Assessment
    Criteria, & Begin Overall
 Curriculum Review & Revision
Faculty Revised Curriculum Outcomes
Outcomes Assessment Committee Matching
Criteria To Outcomes
Curricular Affairs Committee Is Re-
Organizing Criteria To Appropriate Levels,
Identifying Areas Not In Core Curriculum
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 Complete Curriculum Mapping,
 Aligning Outcomes Assessment
    Criteria, & Begin Overall
 Curriculum Review & Revision
These Activities Preliminary To Total
Curriculum Review & Revisions
• Curriculum Is Essentially As Planned In 1994
• Past Review Efforts Focused On Content Areas
• ACPE Requires Periodic Review & Revisions
  Where Appropriate – Part of School’s Self Study
• 18-24 Month Process – Major Faculty Input 2004
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                  Summary
2002/2003 Was A Good Year – Exception Was
Staff Salary Increases
•   Student Recruitment & Professional Development
•   6 New Faculty Members Hired
•   Faculty Productivity At All Time High
•   New Financial Resources At Time Of Major Reductions
    At Other Universities Across Texas & US
2003/2004 Will Be Focused On Continued
Program Development & Preparing For ACPE
                  TTUHSC School of Pharmacy          22
Thank You For All You Do For The
     School & Our Students




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