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Karen Sando

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Dr. Karen Sando is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. Her clinical practice focuses in chronic disease statement management in ambulatory care with specialization in diabetes management. She serves as the Teaching Partnership Leader for Professional Practice Skills Lab I and II, a new required course for 1st year pharmacy students in which they learn foundational skills of pharmacy practice including patient interviewing, clinical documentation, and patient assessment. Karen participated in the Systems Approach to Assessment Course in 2014 and the Program for Educators in Health Professions in 2015. When not in class or in clinic, Karen enjoys traveling, kickboxing, cooking, or hanging out at home with her cat Ally. 

Taking Harvard Macy Back Home: Implementing Spaced Education in a Pharmacy Curriculum

As a clinician educator and classroom teacher, I'm fortunate to work with my pharmacy students at both ends of the educational spectrum – the didactic and the experiential years in training. In clinic, I often get frustrated at my stud...
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