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Master of Sciences Degree with specialization in:

Pharmacy Administration

Drug Regulatory Affairs

 

Professional Program:

Doctor of Pharmacy
(Pharm D.)


Graduate Programs:

Doctor of Philosophy with specialization in Pharmaceutics

Master of Science Degree-Pharmaceutics with specialization in:
- Industrial Pharmacy
- Cosmetic Science

Master of Science Degree with specialization in Pharmacology/Toxicology

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Social and Administrative Sciences

Faculty/Administration 718-488-1101

Name:   Donna Dolinsky                                                                  
Position:  Professor                                                           
Office Address: B20                                                            
Phone #: 718.488.1258                                                                   
Email:  donna.dolinsky@liu.edu                                                  

Education Background

1970

Ph.D. The University of Toledo
Toledo, OH
Educational Psychology and Research
Counseling Minor
1965 M.A. Hollins College
Roanoke, VA
Experimental Psychology
1963 B.S. The University of Toledo
Toledo, OH
Psychology
Math Minor

 

Teaching Interests/Experience

I believe students learn through identifying and understanding problems and working to find solutions, using principles from within and outside their outside their academic discipline. I believe teaching is most effective when the instructional methods and materials emanate from and match ways students learn. This includes being actively engaged, creating new knowledge through using resources to find information, thinking, talking and writing about new ideas to learn them, relating new ideas to what they already know, forming structures of knowledge by showing relationships among information through and then presenting their newly created knowledge and getting feedback.

 

Research Interests/Current Projects

I am currently designing an instructional package for pharmacy students to learn how to create, evaluate, and use written patient education materials with patients to help them read, understand, and use the materials to improve their medication taking behavior and subsequent health.

 

Key Expertise

Health literacy: design interventions that have an impact on patients’ knowledge, attitude, beliefs, values, decisions, subsequent behavior to maximize their health and medication use

 

List of publications/ presentations (Most recent first)

Publications:  Refereed Journals

Lonie JM, Dolinsky D. (2002). Enhancing metacognitive skills using written narratives: an analysis of pharmacy students’ negative health behaviors in a behavioral pharmacy class. Am J Pharm Ed, 66, (3), Fall 2002, 273-277.

Lonie JM, Thakkar B, Dolinsky, D, Mihm D. (2002). Counseling patients with low health-literacy: an educational intervention for pharmacy students. Journal of Managed Pharmaceutical Care, 1(3), April 2002, 37-46.

Lonie JM, Dhing, C, Dolinsky D, Alafris A. (2001). Social and Administrative Science faculty contributions to social and behavioral pharmacy research from 1989-1999. Am J Pharm Ed 65(2), 82-86.

Dolinsky D. (1994).Evaluating research: teaching skills of research evaluation. Am J Pharm Ed (1): 82-86.

Dolinsky D. (1993). The patient consultation mandate:  Is it time for collaborative externship programs? Am J Pharm Ed 57(Winter): 429-432.

Pilkington M, Dolinsky D. (1991). Selecting alternative drug therapies. Medical Care 29(2): 152-168.

Dolinsky D. et al. (1991). Planning a social/behavioral component of a pharmacy curriculum. Am J Pharm Ed 54(4): 337-380.

Dolinsky D. (1990). Social-behavioral pharmacy in the U.S. - The state of the art. J Clin Pharm Ther 15: 155-163.

Dolinsky D. et al. (1989). Consumer attitudes towards generic drugs. J. Pharmaceutical Marking and Management 4(1):93-104.

Dolinsky D. (1989). How do the elderly make decisions about taking medications? J Soc Admin Pharm 6(3):127-37.

Fiese EF, Gorman WG, Dolinsky D. (1988).  Test method for evaluation of loss of prime in metered-dose aerosols. J Pharm Sci 77(1): 90-93.

Dolinsky D, Gottleib J. (1986). Moral dilemmas in pharmacy practice. Am J Pharm Ed 50:56-59.

Dolinsky D, Lantos R. (1986). An evaluation of a continuing education workshop on empathy. Am J Pharm Ed 50:28-34.

Dolinsky D, Gross SM. (1984). Execution by Injection - should pharmacy become involved? Am J Pharm Ed 2(4):180-186.

Dolinsky D, Reid V. (1984). Types of classroom test: objective cognitive measures. Am J Pharm Ed 48:285-289.

Rosenberg JM, Dolinsky D. et al. (1984). Elderly ambulatory care patients' knowledge about drugs. Hospital Pharmacy 19(April): 289-301.

Rosenberg JM,  Fuentes RJ,  Kirschenbaum H.L,  Dolinsky D. (1983). Evaluation of the de Haen and Drug Dex Drug Information System. Am J Hosp Pharm 40:1665-1668.

Dolinsky D. et al. (1983). Student design and evaluation of patient medication Information. Am J Pharm Ed 47(2):123-126.

Dolinsky D. et al. (1983). The application of principles of prose learning to the design of patient medication Information. Am J Hosp Pharm 40:266-271.

Dolinsky D. What is psychological pharmacy? (1982). Pharm Int 3(9):300-303.

Cutie A, Burger J, Clawans C, Dolinsky D, et al. (1981). Test for reproducibility of metered-dose aerosol values for pharmaceutical solutions. Am J Pharm Sci 70(9):1085-7.

Dolinsky D. (1979). Pharmaceutical psychology Am J Pharm Ed 43(3):261-6.

Gentry C, Dunn T, Dolinsky D, et al. (1974). For want of assessment systems, CBTE programs are lost. Performance Based Teacher Education 18(3).

Armus HL,  Sniadowski-Dolinsky D. (1966). Startle decrement and secondary reinforcement stimulation. Psychonomic Sci 4:117-118.


Publications:  Book Chapters

Dolinsky D, Lonie JM. (2003). Sociological Implications of Pharmaceutical Care. In CH Knowlton  RP Penna (Eds), Pharmaceutical Care, 2nd ed., Bethesda, MD: American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists.

Dolinsky D. (1996). Behavioral Medicine. In Wertheimer AI. Smith MC. (Eds.) Social and Behavioral Aspects of Pharmaceutical Care. New York: Pharmaceutical Products Press.

Dolinsky D, Webb CE. (1995). The Need for Pharmaceutical Care. In CH. Knowlton,  R. Penna (Eds.). Pharmaceutical Care. New York: Chapman & Hall.

Dolinsky D,  Sogol E. Pharmacys' Motivation for Patient Package Inserts. (1989). In Bogaert M, Stichele RU. Kaufman J, Lefebvre R. (Eds). Patient Package Inserts as a Source of Drug Information. Amsterdam: Elsevier: 27-37.

Dolinsky D. (1989). Psychological Aspects of the Illness Experience. In Wertheimer A.I.  Smith M.C. (Eds). Pharmacy Practice: Social  Behavioral Aspects. Baltimore: Williams &  Wilkins: 127-157.

Dolinsky D. (1974). The Student in a Competency Based Program: Does He Have An Active Role? In Houston W.R. (Eds.) Exploring Competency Based Education. Berkeley: McCutchan.


Publications: Non-refereed Journals and Continuing Education Articles

Dolinsky D. (1996) Ethics in teaching in a multicultural environment. Abridged version of AACP Presentation. Ethics SIG Newsletter. Spring 1996.

Dolinsky D. (1994). Dealing with concerned patients when drug interactions receive overt media attention.  In R.L. Lantos (Ed.). Coping With the Unexpected:  A Pharmacologic and Psychologic Approach. Sponsored by The Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Norwalk CT: GEM Publications.

Dolinsky D. (1993). How to develop communication skills in counseling patients.  Welcome Trends in Pharmacy. May.

Dolinsky D,  Werner K. (1987). How to counsel the adolescent patient. Drug Topics May 4.

Posyniak M, Gross SM, Dolinsky D. (1983). How are ad appeals to pharmacists changing? Med Mkt &  Media 70-82.


Publication:  Manual

Dolinsky D, et al. (1980). How to Write Medication Information for Consumers. NIH, HEW, OE Bureau of Consumer Affairs Grant No. G00782191.


Publication: Case

Dolinsky D, Reid VE. (1987). Psychological Aspects of Drug Use: Communication In Wertheimer A.I. and Smith M.C. (eds.) A Casebook in Social and Behavioral Pharmacy. Cincinnati: Harvey Whitney Books Inc. 153-4.


Podium and Poster Presentations

Dolinsky, D. Health Literacy – Writing Readable Test: The Movie. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, San Diego, CA, July 8-12, 2006.

Dolinsky D. Invited Speaker. The Role of Pharmacists in Improving the Appropriate Use of Medications. In Critical Contributions of Health Professionals to Health Literacy. Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA, December 13, 2006.

Dolinsky D. Health literacy: Problems and Solutions. Invited Speaker. The University of Connecticut College of Pharmacy, Storrs, CT, December 7, 2004.

Dolinsky D. Health Literacy Problems: Solutions from the Academic Disciplines. Poster. The 13th International Pharmacy Workshop, Msida, Malta, July 22, 2004.

Dolinsky D. A Description and Presentation of an Electronically Packaged, Evidence-Based Health Literacy Curriculum: The Pfizer Project. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Salt Lake City, UT, July 10-14, 2004.

Dolinsky D. Strategies for Healthcare Providers: Assisting Low-Literate Patients. Invited Speaker. Annual Meeting of the American  Pharmaceutical Association, Philadelphia, PA, March 19, 2002.

Dolinsky D. Mentoring: a Took Kit to Assist New Faculty. Invited Speaker. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Kansas City, MO, July 12, 2002.

Dolinsky D, Lonie JM, Dhing C. Assessing Patient Counseling Skills using Software to Analyze a Critical Incident Essay. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Kansas City, MO, July 13, 2002.

Dhing C, Lonie JM, Dolinsky D. Assessing Patient Counseling Skills using Different Evaluation Methods: a Triangulation Study. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Kansas City, MO, July 13, 2002.

Dolinsky, D. Numeracy as a Component of Health Literacy: What Skills do Consumers need to Make Appropriate Medication Management Decisions? Poster. The 12th International Pharmacy Workshop, Sydney, Australia, August 12-16, 2002.

Dolinsky, D. Teaching an Ethnically Diverse Student Population: Strategies for Communication and Education. Invited Speaker. Interim Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Houston, TX, March 2, 2002.

Dolinsky D, Dhing C, Lonie JM, Mihm D,  Thakkar  B. Counseling Patients with Low Health Literacy: An Intervention for Pharmacy Students. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Toronto, Canada, July 8-11, 2001.

Lonie JM, Dolinsky D. A Descriptive Study of Students’ Lay Representations of the Mechanisms of Patient and Pharmacist Behavior. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, San Diego CA, July 11, 2000.

Dhing C, Dolinsky D, Stratton T, Blumenschein K, Bultman D, Larson L, Robinson E. Teaching of Statistics and Research Methodolo;gy in Entry-Level PharmD Programs. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, San Diego CA, July 11, 2000.

Dolinsky D, Cicero L. The Academic Training of Regulatory Affairs Professionals. Invited Speaker. (Cicero presented). DIA National Meeting, San Diego, CA, June 14, 1999.

Dolinsky D. Scholarship in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Invited Speaker. Section of Social and Administrative Sciences. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 1999.

Dolinsky D, McManus, MF. Making Choices about Alternatives to Biomedicine: with a Discussion of what could be Translated to the Internet. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 1998.

Dolinsky D, Brushwood D, Desselle S, Mount J, Schafermeyer K, Stratton T. Social and Administrative Sciences Instructional Modules for the Delivery of Pharmaceutical Care. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, July, 1998.

Dolinsky D, McManus MF. Making Choices about Alternatives to Biomedicine: a Curriculum Guide. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, July, 1997

Dolinsky D. Psychologists and Pharmaceutical Care. Invited Speaker. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Reno NV, July 18 1996.

Dolinsky D, Brown M, Rosenberg JM, Taft D. Curricular Design using a Linear Sequence of Learning Hierarchies. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Reno NV, July 18, 1996.

 Dolinsky D, Reid VE. Invited Seminar Speaker.  Development of BS and PharmD Curricula. College of Pharmacy. University of Tromsoe. Tromsoe, Norway January 15, 1995. 
           
Dolinsky D, Gross SM. Questionnaires Designed to Gather Information for the ACPE Self-Study. Poster. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy,  Philadelphia PA,  July 11, 1995.

Dolinsky D. Ethics in Teaching in a Multicultural Environment. Invited Speaker. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Philadelphia PA, July 11, 1995.

Baker AM, Meyer J, Dolinsky D. Bazil MK. Digoxen: A Target for PC in the Elderly.  Presentation. Annual Meeting of APhA, Orlando FL, March 19, 1995.

Fitzpatrick P,  Sidhom M,   Dolinsky D. Writing across the Pharmacy Curriculum:  a Preliminary Feasibility Project. Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American  Pharmaceutical Association,  Orlando FL,  March 19, 1995.
 
Feifer S. and Dolinsky D. An Application of Behavioral Science Knowledge and Skill to Practice in a Community Clerkship. The case of Medication Compliance Decisions. Eighth Social Pharmacy-Workshop, Berlin, June 4-8,1994.  Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Albuquerque NM, July 19, 1994.

Dolinsky D. The Patient Consultation Mandate:  Is it time for Collaborative Externship Programs? Invited Speaker-Section of Teachers of Pharmacy Administration.  Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, San Diego CA, July 11, 1994.

Dolinsky D, Reid, VE. Invited Speakers – Curriculum Design in US Colleges of Pharmacy: Process and Outcome. Norwegian Postgraduate College, June 10, 1994.

Dolinsky D. Evaluating research. Honorable Mention in Innovations in Teaching Competition. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy San Diego CA, July 13, 1993.
           
Dolinsky D. Writing Multiple Choice Questions. Invited Speaker at the Annual Meeting of the American  Pharmaceutical Association Council on Pharmaceutical Education 5th Invitational Conference on Continuing Education of the Annual Meeting of the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education, Chicago, IL, April 22, 1993.

Bazil M, Dolinsky D. Choosing A Graduate Discipline In The Administrative Sciences. Invited Speaker. Eleventh Annual Rho Chi Symposium on Pharmacy Graduate Programs for Northeast Colleges of Pharmacy. North Haven CT, November 6-7, 1992.

Dolinsky D et. al. Curricular Revision Using An Outcomes Driven Approach. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy 7/14/92 Washington DC., July 14, 1992 and 7th Social Pharmacy Workshop at the Royal New Bedford Holloway College, Egam Hill, Egam Surrey; England, July 26-28. 1992.

Dolinsky D. Evaluating Learning: Multiple Choice Questions. Invited Speaker at Annual Meeting of the American  Pharmaceutical Association Council on Pharmaceutical Education 4th Invitational Conference on Continuing Education Tampa FL, October 5, 1991.

Reutzal T, Furmoga E, Dolinsky D. Questions Patients Ask Pharmacy Students and Implications For The Curriculum. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Boston MA, July 8 1991.

Dolinsky D. Planning and Implementing A Social/Behavioral Component Of A Pharmacy Curriculum. Invited Speaker-Session: 15 Years after The Millis Report: The Status of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Salt Lake City UT, July 10, 1990.

Dolinsky D, Singh D. The Instructional Content of Behavioral Pharmacy. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Salt Lake City UT, July 10, 1990.

Grussing P, Dolinsky D et al. Self-Medication by Pharmacists. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Salt Lake City UT, July 10, 1990.

Dolinsky D. Counseling &  Consultant Roles of the Pharmacist: Invited Speaker - Rx Impact 90: Considerations for an Effective Pharmaceutical Benefit. Sponsored by Lederle Laboratories. Chicago IL, June 22, 1990.

Dolinsky D. Social Pharmacy in Pharmacy Curricula. 6th Social  Pharmacy Workshop,  Geiranger Norway, June 3-5, 1990.

Dolinsky D. Communication between Health Professionals. Invited Speaker - Symposium on Drug Information Management for the Consultant Pharmacists. Annual Meeting of the American  Society of Consultant Pharmacists. Palm Desert CA, May 12, 1990.

Wells D, Dolinsky D. Development Of A Model For The Enhanced Role Of The Pharmacy Consultant Pharmacist In Long Term Care Facilities For People With AIDS. Annual Meeting of American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. Chicago IL, November 9, 1989.

Dolinsky D. Pharmacy's Motivation For Patient Package Inserts. Invited Speaker - Symposium on Patient Package Inserts. Ghent Belgium, September 26, 1988.

Dolinsky D. Teaching Behavioral Pharmacy & Communications to Doctor Of Pharmacy Students. 5th Social Pharmacy Workshop. Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 29-31, 1988.

Grussing P. Dolinsky D. Development of a Battery of Clinical Performance Assessment Instruments. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Chicago IL, August 2, 1988.

Dolinsky D. How Do The Elderly Make Decisions About Taking Their Medications? Invited Speaker - Symposium on Drug Treatment in the Elderly. Sollentuna Sweden, November 3-6, 1987.

Dolinsky D. Interdisciplinary Discussion on Information Transfer in Pharmacy Schools. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Charleston SC, July 14, 1987.

Cernius L, Tronchetti M, Dolinsky D. Acceptance of Consulting By Female Pharmacists. Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Chicago IL, March 30, 1987.

Dolinsky D. How The Elderly Make Decisions About Taking Medications: Process & Influence. 4th  Social Pharmacy Workshop, Stockholm Sweden, September 9, 1986.

Dolinsky D, Pilkington M. Student Research in Behavioral Pharmacy Utilizing Computer Supports. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges Pharmacy, Toronto, Ontario, July 15, 1986.

Russell JC, Dolinsky D, Lee M. Admission Criteria for the Continuation Curriculum Option (External Pharm.D.) Program at the University Of Illinois at Chicago. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Toronto, Ontario, July 15, 1986.

Dolinsky D. Special Session on the AACP/Lilly Communication Skills Project. Annual Meeting of the American  Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Toronto, Ontario, July 15, 1986.

Dolinsky D, Grussing P  Russell J. Moral Judgment Cognitive  Personality Characteristics of Pharm.D. Students. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. San Francisco CA, July 9, 1985.

Grussing P, Dolinsky D,  Russell J. Professional Attitudes of Beginning Pharm.D. Students. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. San Francisco CA, July 9, 1985.

Dolinsky D, Gottleib J. Moral Dilemmas In Pharmacy Practice. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Baltimore MD, July 30, 1984.

Dolinsky D, Gross SM. Execution By Injection - Should Pharmacy Become Involved? Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Montreal Quebec, May 7, 1984.

Perentesis GP, Piltz GW, Kirschenbaum HL ,Aronoff W, Dolinsky D. et al. Variation Of Phenytoin Suspension When Administered In A Major Medical Center. American Society of Hospital Pharmacy Mid-Year Meeting. Los Angeles CA, December 1982.

Beardsley R, Dolinsky D, Kimberlin C, Schelegel, V,  Pillow W. AACP-Eli Lilly Communication Skills Curriculum Planning Guide. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Kansas City MO, June 30, 1982.

Dolinsky D. How to Influence Change in Your Practice Setting. Invited Speaker. Annual Meeting of the American  Pharmaceutical Association , Las Vegas NV, April 24, 1982.

Dolinsky D. Current Research on Patient Package Inserts. Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association Pharmacy Committee of the Medical Care Section, Detroit MI, October 22, 1980.

Dolinsky D, Gross SM et al. The Application Of Principles Of Prose Learning To The Design Of Patient Package Inserts. Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association Washington DC, April 23, 1980.

Dolinsky D. Assessment of The Development Of Clinical Skills In The Training Of Health Professionals. Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Educational Research Association Ellensville NY Oct. 1979  the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Norfolk VA, March 6, 1980.

Dolinsky D. Seminar On Content Development Of Continuing Education Annual Meeting of the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education. Invited Speaker-Symposium. Denver CO, July 6-7, 1979.

Dolinsky D et al. Readability Of The Patient Package Insert For Oral Contraceptives. Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Anaheim CA, April 1979.

Dolinsky D. Physician's Assistants' Perceptions and Acceptance of the Expanding Role Of Pharmacists. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Kiawah Island SC, February 1979.

Dolinsky D. Some Experience With Patient Package Inserts. Twenty-First Annual Pharmacy Clinic College of Pharmacy University of Rhode Island Kingston RI, November 1978.

Dolinsky D. Educational Psychologists In Health Services Research And Education. Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Educational Research Association Ellenville NY, October 1978.

Dolinsky D. Changing Your Environment to Improve Your Job. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New York State Council of Hospital Pharmacists, Monticello NY, October 1978.

Dolinsky D. Behavioral Pharmacy: Psychological Aspects. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Orlando FL, July 1978.

Dolinsky D. Videotaped Simulated Patient Medication Histories For Implementation With Large Student Groups. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Orlando FL, July 1978.

Dolinsky D, Cutie A, Jochsberger T. Competencies and Course Objectives for Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacokinetics and Behavioral Sciences. Annual Meeting of the American Association of  Colleges of Pharmacy, Orlando FL, July 1978.

Gross SM, Dolinsky D. Correlates of Students Perceptions Of Professional Roles. Annual Meeting of the Annual Meeting of the American of Colleges of Pharmacy, Orlando FL, July 1978.

Dolinsky D. The Readability Level Of Patient Package Inserts. Annual Meeting of the New England Educational Research Association, Sturbridge MA, May 1978.

Simon AJ, Dolinsky D. Educational Priorities: A Comparison Of Expressed Priorities Among Reading Educators Practitioners And Students. Annual Meeting of the New England Educational Research Organization, Provincetown MA, May 1975.

Dolinsky D. Implementing Competency Based Teacher Education. Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Association for Teaching for Educational Psychology, Toledo OH, June 1974.

Dolinsky D. Integration of Field And University Components In A Competency Based Teacher Education Program. National Teacher Corps Washington DC, June 1974.

Dolinsky D. The Student: Does He Have An Active Role? Annual Meeting of the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association New Orleans LA, February 1973.

Dolinsky D. Teaching Models in Educational Psychology. Eightieth Annual Meeting of the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association Honolulu HI, August 1972.

 

Honors/Grants/ Professional Affiliations

Honors

Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Founders Award in recognition of service and dedication to the College

Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences SALENA faculty award

Grants

Development of a Health Literacy Curriculum and Self-Instructional Module on How to Write Readable Text: 14 Solutions to 14 Problems. Pfizer Developmental Fund, $100,000, January 2003.

Development of Active Learning Teaching Strategies for a course in Behavioral and Social Aspects of Pharmacy Practice. Pew Charitable Trust Foundation. 1992/93 and 1993/94 Academic Years. Three hours release time.

Development and Validation of a Program Evaluation for External Pharm.D. Degree Students. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy - GAPS Program. April 1986 $20,383. Co-Project Director with Paul Grussing.

The Moral Development of Health Professionals. Brooklyn Center Fund for Research in Health Care Long Island University July 1983, $2000.

Dolinsky D, Gross SM. The Application of Principles of Prose Learning to the Design of Drug Package Information for Consumers. Grant NO. G00782191. HEW OE Bureau of Consumer Affairs. Oct. 978, $46742.

 

Professional Affiliations

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Association for Psychological Science

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