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    Intermediate Pharmacy Practice

    Experiential (IPPE) Preceptor/Student

    Handbook

    See suprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt,

    federal salary data, alumni success, and other important information.

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    Table of Contents

    OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................... 3

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................ 4

    POLICIES AND PROCEDURES .................................................................................... 5

    Assignment ................................................................................................................. 5

    Compensation for Students ......................................................................................... 5

    Concurrent Employment ............................................................................................. 5

    Insurance and Licensure ............................................................................................. 5

    Background Checks/Drug Screens ............................................................................. 6

    Immunizations and Physical Exam ............................................................................. 6

    OSHA Training / Communicable Disease Guideline/HIPAA Rules .......................... 6

    Attendance .................................................................................................................. 7

    Confidentiality ............................................................................................................ 7

    Professional Conduct and Dress Code ........................................................................ 8

    Preceptor Assignment Restrictions ............................................................................. 8

    Professional Meeting Attendance ............................................................................... 8

    Correspondence........................................................................................................... 8

    Portfolio..9

    Grading Procedures ................................................................................................... 10

    University Policies and Academic Regulations ........................................................ 10

    ONLINE REQUIREMENTS (E-VALUE) ..................................................................... 11

    BASIC STUDENT COMPETENCIES FOR INTERMEDIATE PRACTICE

    EXPERIENCES: COMMUNITY AND INSTITUTIONAL .......................................... 12

    Intermediate Practice Community ............................................................................ 12

    Intermediate Practice Institutional ............................................................................ 13

    INTERMEDIATE PHARMACY EXPERIENCE COMMUNITY

    SYLLABUS TEMPLATE .............................................................................................. 15

    INTERMEDIATE PHARMACY EXPERIENCE INSTITUTIONAL

    SYLLABUS TEMPLATE .............................................................................................. 19

    EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION SITE AND PRECEPTOR

    EXPECTATIONS / REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................... 24

    DISCRIMINATION AND HARASSMENT EXPERIENTIAL

    POLICY.. 26

    PRECEPTOR APPLICATION FORM .......................................................................... 28

    PRECEPTOR OF THE YEAR NOMINATION FORM..31

    SOUTH UNIVERSITY CONTACT INFORMATION32

    SOUTH UNIVERSITY IPPE EVALUATION PCAP EXAMPLE.34

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    Experience Programs at South University School of Pharmacy

    OVERVIEW

    The purpose of the experiential training portion of the curriculum is to provide pharmacy

    students with practical experience in various aspects of the profession of pharmacy.

    Students have the opportunity to gain experience in problem solving and providing

    patient care services while applying the basic and pharmaceutical sciences learned in the

    classroom and practice laboratories. A pharmacist preceptor directs the majority of

    practice experiences, however, in some special cases; a licensed medical professional

    (e.g. physician) may be the preceptor for that site. The student should view each

    experience as an opportunity to incorporate learned didactic information into the

    development of the skills necessary to be a competent pharmacy practitioner.

    The experiential education is divided into two parts; the early Longitudinal Pharmacy

    Practice Experiences (LPPE) and Intermediate Pharmacy Practice Experience comprise

    the Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE), and Advanced Pharmacy Practice

    Experience (APPE) reflects the second part. The early Introductory Experience Practice

    is comprised of two phases. The Intermediate Practice Experience will consist of two full

    time four week rotations, one in community and one in institutional practice. These will

    begin the second quarter of the second professional year. The second phase begins in the

    second quarter of the First Professional Year consisting of the Longitudinal Experiences

    in various service agencies in the local community. The Advanced Practice Experience

    rotations will be offered in the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer Quarters of the fourth

    professional year (third calendar year). The experiential rotations are designed to provide

    students the opportunity to focus on the traditional and the clinical aspects of pharmacy

    practice. The Advanced Professional Practice Experience is comprised of eight

    experiential rotations (seven rotations five weeks in length and one rotation one week in

    length) to allow the student to be directly involved in pharmacy operations and direct

    patient care in a specific clinical area (internal medicine, oncology, cardiology,

    pediatrics, etc.). Some of these rotations may not have direct patient care (drug

    information, pharmaceutical industry, research, etc.) but have interaction with other

    health care professionals. Each professional rotation consists of five weeks in each area

    of practice.

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    PROGRAM OVERVIEW

    The Professional Experiential Education Program (PEEP) provides entry level Doctor of

    Pharmacy students a structured, supervised program of participation in the practice of

    pharmacy. Students have the opportunity to gain experience in problem solving and

    providing patient care services while applying the basic and pharmaceutical sciences

    learned in the classroom and practice laboratories. Through the PEEP, the student

    continues to mature while moving through the continuum from student to practitioner.

    Under the supervision of faculty and selected preceptors, the student learns to make

    decisions based on professional knowledge and judgment. Broad exposure to as many

    pharmacy activities as possible, as well as significant personal study and reflection,

    facilitates this transition.

    The PEEP requires four quarters of full-time precepted practice: one quarter with

    intermediate experience in the PY2 year, followed by three quarters of experience in the

    PY4 year. These include:

    PY2 Experience (fifth quarter)

    5th Quarter (Summer Quarter) 8 Credit Hours each

    PHA4280 Community Professional Practice Experience

    PHA4281 Institutional Professional Practice Experience

    PY4 Year (beginning in the fall quarter, 36 weeks in duration) 8 Credit Hours

    each (with the exception of PHA6490 and PHA6338 one (1) credit each)

    10th, 11th, and 12th Quarters (Fall/Winter/Spring Quarters)

    Advanced Professional Practice Experience Rotations

    PHA6482 Advanced Professional Practice Experience Community Practice*

    PHA6483 Advanced Professional Practice Experience Ambulatory Care

    PHA6484 Advanced Professional Practice Experience Internal Medicine/Acute Care

    PHA6485 Advanced Professional Practice Experience Medical Specialty

    PHA6486 Advanced Professional Practice Experience

    (Drug Information or Medical Specialty)

    OR

    PHA6487 Elective Rotation I

    PHA6488 Other Approved Rotation

    PHA6489 Advanced Professional Practice Experience - Elective II Rotation

    PHA6490 Advanced Professional Practice

    Experience DI (1 credit)

    PHA6338 Grand Rounds (1 credit)

    *Includes an Advanced Community Experience based on Pharmaceutical Care

    Additionally, the student will also participate in the following experiences longitudinally:

    PHA3161, PHA3163, PHA4266, PHA4369, PHA5330, PHA5348, PHA5349 Longitudinal

    Pharmacy Practice Experience through Service Learning, Community Outreach, and

    Peer Mentoring (LPPE) (The longitudinal experiential education program will begin in

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    Quarter 2 and end in quarter 9).

    NOTE: Students are required to take 8 rotations and Grand Rounds for a total of 58 required hours. Students will take PHA6482, PHA6483, PHA6484, PHA6485, PHA6486 OR PHA6488, PHA6487, PHA6489, PHA6490, PHA6338. Courses are taught once annually and during defined remediation blocks at the discretion of the School. Courses must be attempted in the curriculum sequence as defined by the current School of Pharmacy curriculum. Curriculum content and sequence are subject to change without notification.

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