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  • Developing Beneficial Introductory Pharmacy

    Practice Experiences (IPPEs)

    Rainbow Babies and Childrens Hospital (RB&C)

    Jacalyn Rogers, PharmD, MS, CHM, BCPS

    Pediatric Pharmacy Manager

    Scott Naples, PharmD, MBA

    Operations Coordinator

    Hannah Goldstein, PharmD, BCPS

    Clinical Pharmacist

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  • Objectives

    Identify the barriers to taking IPPE students within a

    health-system

    Assess one hospitals rationale for taking IPPE students

    Review the essential elements of an effective IPPE

    program

    Describe the benefits for the students and the pharmacy

    of creating an effective IPPE program

    2

  • Audience Poll

    How many of you currently take IPPE students?

    How many IPPE students do you take each year?

    A. 1 to 5 Students

    B. 5 to 10 Students

    C. 10 to 15 Students

    D. 15+ Students

    What are common barriers you have to taking IPPEs?

    3

  • Common Barriers

    Preceptor Time

    Rotation expectations

    Quality of Students

    Time limit of rotation

    Integration into

    department

    All my expirations are done...

    Too many requests

    Knowledge deficits

    Space limits

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  • Definitions

    Community Service

    Meets the learning needs of both the student a community

    IPPE

    Early experience exposure to pharmacy outside the walls of the college of pharmacy

    APPE

    Experiential education building on coursework with a goal to establish practicitioners and expose students to practice

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    Each experience is a part of a continuum to prepare the student for post-graduation

  • IPPE Standards

    Experiences must include:

    Direct interaction with patients

    Collaboration with other health care professionals

    Supervision by a pharmacist preceptor

    Suggested formats

    Shadowing pharmacists or APPE students

    Patient interviews

    Real practice experiences

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    Appendix C Additional Guidance on Pharmacy

    Practice Experiences

    http://www.acpeaccredit.org/pdf/ACPE_Revised_Ph

    armD_Standards_Adopted_Jan152006.DOC

  • Real Practice Experiences

    What I thought that meant as an IPPE student

    What I actually did as an IPPE student

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  • RB&C Goals

    1. Develop and build confidence in new preceptors

    2. Meet institutional goal of To Teach

    3. Involve technicians

    4. Create a pipeline for internship program

    5. Extenders of pharmacists and technicians

    6. Expose more students to pediatric pharmacy

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  • Rainbow Babies and Childrens Hospital

    IPPE Program

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  • IPPE Students at RB&C

    12 IPPE students from NEOMED each year

    P2 Students: 2 each block (6 each year)

    8 hours/week x 8 weeks

    P3 Students: 2 each block (6 each year)

    8 hours/week x 8 weeks

    Year-Specific Themes

    Medication-Use Systems

    Patient Safety

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  • IPPE Students at RB&C

    Current Structure:

    Exposure to pediatric pharmacy through many different:

    Departmental areas

    Pharmacy personal

    Activities

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  • IPPE Students at RB&C

    Functional Areas

    IV Room

    Unit Dose (HUB)

    General Pediatrics

    Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic

    Meds-to-Beds

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  • IPPE Students at RB&C

    Pharmacy Team Members

    Clinical Pharmacists

    Pharmacy Specialists

    Pharmacy Technicians

    Safety/IT/Operation Coordinators

    Pharmacy Manager

    System Office

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  • IPPE Students at RB&C

    Activities

    Shadow Pharmacists

    Prepare Medications (IV and PO)

    Topic Discussions

    Journal Club

    Attend Meetings/Presentations

    Help coordinators with projects

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  • IPPE Reviews and

    Future Milestones

  • Top 10 Things We Learned Through IPPE Feedback

  • Top 10 Things We Learned Through IPPE Feedback

    10. Allow the student to see behind the curtain into hospital

    administrations world

    9. It is important to customize the rotation experience to fit

    the students interest

    8. When something went wrong, blame it on Jackie

    7. When something went right, give credit to your staff

    6. Offer more clinical rotations

  • Top 10 Things We Learned Through IPPE Feedback

    5. IPPE rotations are a great time to try before you buy

    when hiring interns at your site!

    4. Making IPPEs work in your IV room is great

    experience and is free labor

    3. IPPEs can help cover technician turnover

    2. Make sure the IPPEs feel like they have more than one

    person they can reach out to when they have questions

  • Top 10 Things We Learned Through IPPE Feedback

    1. Make sure all your staff knows all the IPPE students

    names and can identify them.

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  • Future Improvements

    Visibility to the schedule for both

    student and preceptor

    Schedule 360

    Offer the ability to shadow

    clinical decentralized services

    Meds to Beds counseling

    Generalist Pharmacist

    Renal Pharmacist

    Pulmonary rounds

  • Future Improvements

    Meeting half way through the

    rotation to check in with student

    Assign student (intern) mentor

    Great precepting opportunity for

    residents

    Future longitudinal projects will

    be assigned at the start of the

    rotation

  • Conclusion

    Rotation goals align with focus of your department

    Safety

    Operations

    Clinical

    Regulatory

    Design a program that meets the unique needs of your

    department and the students

    Feedback and quality improvement is instrumental in

    creating a beneficial program

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  • Questions

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  • Developing Beneficial Introductory Pharmacy

    Practice Experiences (IPPEs)

    Rainbow Babies and Childrens Hospital (RB&C)

    Jacalyn Rogers, PharmD, MS, CHM, BCPS

    Pediatric Pharmacy Manager

    Scott Naples, PharmD, MBA

    Operations Coordinator

    Hannah Goldstein, PharmD, BCPS

    Clinical Pharmacist

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