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  • Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) Manual

    2017-2018

    Office of Experiential Education

    Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

    University of Toronto

  • Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) Manual 2017-2018

    TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Page Introduction ........................................................................................................................................ 1-2 Preparation for APPE Rotations Student Checklist ................................................................................3 Roles and Responsibilities of Students ................................................................................................. 4-6 Preceptor Responsibilities and Recognition .............................................................................................7 Practice-Readiness Prior to APPE ...................................................................................................... 8-10 Rotation Dates ...................................................................................................................................... 11 Timeline for Course Document Submissions ........................................................................................12 PART 2 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS PharmD Curriculum .......................................................................................................................... 13-15

    o APPE Direct Patient Care (DPC) Rotations................................................................................13 o APPE Non-Direct Patient Care (NDPC) Rotations ....................................................................15

    PART 3 COMPETENCIES AND ACTIVITIES Learning Objectives .......................................................................................................................... 16-18 Provision of Patient Care ........................................................................................................................19 Expected Level of Performance in Patient Care (formally Benchmarking Document)

    o Institutional ........................................................................................................................ 20-24 o Community ......................................................................................................................... 25-29

    Presentation ............................................................................................................................... 30-32 IPE Activities .................................................................................................................................... 33-39 PART 4 POLICIES AND RELATED FORMS Attendance Requirements ............................................................................................................... 40-42 Professionalism ................................................................................................................................ 43-50 Communicable Disease and Immunization Policy ............................................................................ 51-54 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Requirements ......................................................................................55 Accident Insurance Coverage and Forms ......................................................................................... 56-60 Bill-18: Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy ...........................................................................61 Grading Policy ................................................................................................................................... 63-66 Academic Support Process .....................................................................................................................67 OCP Information ............................................................................................................................... 68-76 Visits-Non Primary Sites (NPS) Form ......................................................................................................77 Conference Request Form and Conference Request Policy ............................................................. 78-79 International Rotations .................................................................................................................... 80-81 PART 5 PHARM D FOR PHARMACISTS Scheduling, Pre-Rotation Requirements, Grading Policy ................................................................ 82-88

    o Degree Requirements .......................................................................................................82 o Pre-Rotation Requirements ....................................................................................... 82-83 o Scheduling Rotations.........................................................................................................83 o Grading Policy ............................................................................................................. 83-87

  • PART 6 ROTATION FORMS APPE Resume Template ................................................................................................................... 88-89 Rotation Orientation Checklist ...............................................................................................................90 Learning Contract Template ...................................................................................................................91 Presentation Assessment Form ...................................................................................................... 92-94 Self-Reflection Form ...............................................................................................................................95 DPC Assessment Form (OPPCAT) ................................................................................................... 96-102 Glossary for DPC Assessment Form (OPPCAT) ............................................................................ 103-108 NDPC Assessment Form ............................................................................................................... 109-111 Descriptions of APPE NDPC Rotation Types ................................................................................. 114-118 Student Evaluation of Preceptors and Sites: Process .................................................................. 119-122

    o Student Evaluation of Preceptor Form........................................................................... 123-125 o Student Evaluation of Site ............................................................................................. 126-127

    PART 7 TOOL KIT SAMPLES Pharmacotherapy Workup Flow Sheet ........................................................................................ 128-132 Drug Information Question Template ................................................................................................. 133 Principles of Patient Care Documentation ................................................................................... 134-138 Patient Profile/Monitoring Form Examples .................................................................................. 139-158 Care Plan Format ................................................................................................................................. 159

  • Office of Experiential Education, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

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    Introduction to Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience

    The Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) in Year 4 occurs over 12 months starting in May of each year. Prior to commencing APPE rotations (a total of 35 weeks of experiential rotations), students will have completed three years of undergraduate education, including a Preparation for APPE course. Students will have 3 x 5 weeks of study blocks scheduled throughout this academic year. The 35 weeks of rotations consist of 25 weeks of required direct patient care (one 10-week community rotation, two 5-week institutional rotations, and one 5-week direct patient care rotation in any approved setting) and two 5-week elective rotations. The direct patient care rotations (25 weeks) will provide experience in a variety of practice settings such as institutional, community and ambulatory care. The elective rotations can be direct patient care and/or non-direct patient care placements. Students will be expected to travel to placement sites across Ontario. The PharmD for Pharmacists program is designed for experienced pharmacists and recent graduates who have a Bachelors (or equivalent) Pharmacy degree and wish to obtain a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Students complete a minimum of four (20 weeks) or a maximum of five (25 weeks) experiential rotations. PFP rotation schedules will follow the same designated time blocks as the APPE rotations for the entry-to-practice program. For more information on experiential policies and procedures specific to the PharmD for Pharmacists program, please go to Tab 5 (p. 83-88). Students in APPE rotations are assessed according to the educational outcomes of the Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada (AFPC) for First Professional Degree Programs in Pharmacy. These educational outcomes are care provider, communicator, collaborator, manager, advocate, scholar and professional. Please visit the website for more information: http://www.afpc.info/sites/default/files/AFPC%20Educational%20Outcomes.pdf Office of Experiential Education The Office of Experiential Education (OEE) is responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating all experiential education courses for students enrolled in our Profes

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