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Andrea Sweezey was an active faculty member within the Experiential Education program, and served as Coordinator of the Industrial Pharmacy Residency Program 2017-2020. Andrea also lead the team that introduced multiple mini-interviews (MMI) into the undergraduate pharmacy program’s admissions process in 2010. She continues an interest in the above areas.

Research Interest

Effectiveness of admission Interviews and other processes for selection of students


  • Experiential Education – Course Coordinator for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) rotations in institutional practice sites
  • Preceptor for Education/Teaching elective non-direct patient care APPE rotation

Selected Publications

Cameron, A. J., MacKeigan, L. D., Mitsakakis, N. and Pugsley, J. A. (2017), Multiple mini-interview predictive validity for performance on a pharmacy licensing examination. Med Educ, 51: 379–389. doi:10.1111/medu.13222.

Cameron A, MacKeigan L, Development and Pilot Testing of a Multiple Mini-Interview for Admission to a Pharmacy Degree Program, Amer J Pharm Ed 2012; 76 (1) Article 10  

Cameron A, Rennie S, DiProspero L, Langlois S, Wagner S, Potvin M, Dematteo D, Leblanc V, Reeves S. An introduction to teamwork: findings from an evaluation of an interprofessional education experience for 1,000 first year students. J Allied Health 2009; 38(4) 220-6.