Take Two Pills and listen to this podcast

Take Two Pills and listen to this podcast

Take Two Pills and listen to this podcast: teaching and learning in health, medicine, and more! Our goal is to connect innovative teachers in health sciences and provide practical and inspirational teaching advice. If you are teaching or want to teach in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, psychology, nutrition, physical or occupational therapy, or other health sciences-Two Pills Podcast is for you! twopillspodcast@gmail.com twitter: @twopillspodcast... Show More

Dr. Abbie Lyden: Grew up in Indiana, graduated pharmacy school from Purdue University and completed a PGY1 residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. After finishing the residency she helped launch pharmacy services in the Emergency Department. In 2010, she made her way back to her midwestern homeland and joined the ED team at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where she continues to practice clinically. She enjoys sharing her clinical experience with students at Rosalind Franklin University, particularly when utilizing active learning teaching strategies, where she serves as an Associate Professor.  When not chasing her 18 month old daughter and 4 year old son around Chicago, she loves to travel, spend time with family and debate with her husband whether or not their kids will be Purdue or Notre Dame fans...Go Boilers!

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