Paige Brown, PharmD
Assistant Dean of Interprofessional Education; Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Paige Brown, PharmD, is the Assistant Dean of Interprofessional Education at Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. Brown graduated with her doctorate of pharmacy from Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and then completed an ASHP accredited geriatrics residency with Campbell University and the department of family medicine at ECU Brody School of Medicine. At a state level, Paige serves on the executive committee for the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists and the steering committee for the North Carolina IPE Leadership Consortium. Paige also serves as the chair of the AIHC communications committee.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Interprofessional education (IPE) is a vital component of health science curricular development. IPE lays the groundwork for collaborative practice, which in turn leads to improved patient care and outcomes through the transfer of knowledge, enhanced decision-making, and information sharing. IPE programming that focuses on the concepts of communication and teamwork is critical for learners to experience as these concepts are central to successful collaboration. IPE QUEST (Quandaries of Unifying, Energizing, and Superlative Teamwork), is a program created and developed by the Campbell…