Experiential Education Manual

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Created 2011
Modified on: January 14, 2016

Dr. Christy Cox, Dr. Jacqueline Gregory, Dr. Nina Morris, Dr. Leanne Showman, and Dr. Diana Steinl 

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction:

  1. SWOSU Mission Statement
  2. College of Pharmacy Mission Statement
  3. Pharmacy Practice Mission Statement
  4. Contact Information
  5. Resources for Preceptors and Students
    1. E*Value
    2. Pharmacist Letter and SWOSU Library Resources
  6. Overview of Experiential Education
  7. Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Overview
  8. Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Overview

II. University Policies

  1. FERPA
  2. Sexual Harassment
  3. Equal Opportunity
  4. Universal Precautions
  5. Guidelines for Infectious Diseases
  6. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  7. Students with Disabilities
  8. Policy on a Drug Free Workplace and School

III. College of Pharmacy Experiential Education Policies

  1. Immunizations & Screenings
  2. Appearance Policy
  3. CPR
  4. Professionalism Policy
  5. Academic Integrity Policy
  6. Interview Policy
  7. Absences
  8. HIPAA and Confidentiality
  9. Bloodborne Pathogens
  10. Drug Testing
  11. Chemical Dependency Policy
  12. Background Check
  13. Professional Liability Insurance
  14. Holidays and Days Off
  15. Inclement Weather
  16. Program Requirements

IV. Preceptors

  1. Expectations of a Preceptor
  2. Qualifications to Serve as an Experiential Education Site
  3. Developing your Experiential Education Rotation
  4. Benefits of Being a Preceptor
  5. Evaluation of a Rotation

V. Students

  1. Professionalism in Pharmacy
  2. Policy For Failing to Meet EE Regulations, Timelines, and or Policies
  3. General Information
  4. Pre Rotation Requirements
    1. Licensure and Laws
    2. Identification
    3. Drug Testing
    4. Background Check
    5. Professional Liability Insurance
    6. CPR
    7. Communication
    8. Site Information and Contact
  5. Rotation Policies
    1. Disciplinary Action and Termination
    2. Absences
    3. HIPAA
    4. Laws and Hour Reporting
    5. Academic Integrity
  6. Evaluations
  7. Oklahoma Pharmacists Helping Pharmacists

VI. IPPE Rotations

  1. General IPPE Rotation Information
    1. Student Responsibilities
    2. Preceptor Responsibilities
    3. Prerequisites
    4. Attendance
    5. Grading Policies
    6. Professional Behaviors
    7. Required Material
  2. Integrated IPPE Component
    1. Objectives
  3. Simulation IPPE Component
    1. Objectives
  4. Community IPPE Rotation
    1. Goals
    2. Objectives
    3. Student Responsibilities for IPPE Community
    4. Preceptor Responsibilities for IPPE Community
  5. Institutional IPPE Rotation
    1. Goals
    2. Objectives
    3. Student Responsibilities for IPPE Institutional
    4. Preceptor Responsibilities for IPPE Institutional

VII. APPE Rotations

  1. General Rotation Information
    1. Rotation Selection Process
    2. Region Selection
    3. Informational Meeting
    4. Notification of Rotations
    5. Change in Rotation Assignment
    6. Briefing Meeting
    7. Required Forms
    8. Portfolios
    9. Self-Assessment Requirements
    10. Evaluations and Grading
  2. Global Rotation Objectives
    1. Knowledge Base
    2. Provision of Pharmaceutical Care
    3. Practice Management
    4. Medication Use Systems
    5. Pharmaceutical Dispensing
    6. Public Health
    7. Professional Communication
    8. Professionalism and Accountability
  3. Community APPE Rotation
    1. Description
    2. Goals and Objectives
      1. Knowledge Base
      2. Provision of Pharmaceutical Care
      3. Practice Management
      4. Medication Use Systems
      5. Pharmaceutical Dispensing
      6. Public Health
      7. Professional Communication
      8. Professionalism and Accountability
    3. Required Projects
    4. Grading and Examination
    5. OBRA 90 Requirements
  4. Institutional APPE Rotation
    1. Description
    2. Goals and Objectives
      1. Knowledge Base
      2. Provision of Pharmaceutical Care
      3. Practice Management
      4. Medication Use Systems
      5. Pharmaceutical Dispensing
      6. Public Health
      7. Professional Communication
      8. Professionalism and Accountability
    3. Daily Activities
    4. Required Projects
    5. Grading and Examination
  5. Medicine and Ambulatory Care APPE Rotations
    1. Description
    2. Goals and Objectives
      1. Knowledge Base
      2. Provision of Pharmaceutical Care
      3. Practice Management
      4. Medication Use Systems
      5. Pharmaceutical Dispensing
      6. Public Health
      7. Professional Communication
      8. Professionalism and Accountability
    3. Daily Activities
    4. Statement of Student Conduct
    5. Patient Care Rounds/Discussions
    6. Medication Histories/Reconciliation
    7. Medication Counseling
    8. Required Assignments
    9. Grading and Examination
  6. Selective APPE Rotations
    1. Description
    2. Goals and Objectives
      1. Knowledge Base
      2. Provision of Pharmaceutical Care
      3. Practice Management
      4. Medication Use Systems
      5. Pharmaceutical Dispensing
      6. Public Health
      7. Processional Communication
      8. Professionalism and Accountability
    3. Daily Activities
    4. Required Projects
    5. Grading and Examination

VIII. Acknowledgements

IX. Other Important Links

X. Appendix