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  • INTRODUCTORY PHARMACY

    PRACTICE EXPERIENCE

    (IPPE)

    Student Guidelines and Workbook

    Community

    Summer 2016

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    Rotation Guidelines and Assignment Instructions

    If you need assistance or in the case of emergency during your Community Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience, please contact:

    Lynn Kopack, Assistant Director of Experiential Education

    207-221-4153 LKopack@une.edu

    For general rotation information, contact the Office of Experiential Education: 207-221-4500

    Preceptor Evaluation of Student (80% of final grade) Your preceptor will be required to complete an evaluation of your rotation. This evaluation, Common New England Regional Departments of Experiential Education (NERDEE) Group Community IPPE Evaluation Form will be available through the Preceptors RXpreceptor account and is due by the last day of the rotation. Students are encouraged to review the NERDEE evaluation form with their preceptor midway through and at the end of the IPPE.

    Workbook (15% of final grade) Student workbooks will be reviewed by Preceptors during the IPPE. Workbook grades will be recorded with the Preceptor Evaluation of the Student in RXportfolio.com. Workbook activities and grade should be discussed with the preceptor throughout the rotation. The preceptor must initialize the completion of each activity as indicated in the workbook. Students should retain this workbook for future reference.

    Reflection Paper due within 5 days of end of rotation (5% of final grade) Students are responsible for submitting the required reflection paper within 5 business days of rotation completion at the practice site with their name and practice site location at the top right hand side. E-mail your paper to Lynn Kopack at lkopack@une.edu.

    Student Evaluations of Preceptor/Site - due 48 hours prior to the end of rotation (Pass/Fail) Students are responsible for completing a Preceptor/Site Evaluation and a Self-Assessment at the end of the rotation. The evaluation and self-assessment are accessible by logging into www.RXpreceptor.com (academicSuiteRx). Students are encouraged to provide thoughtful, professional evaluations. The information will be compiled, de-identified, and provided to preceptors as a quality measure to affirm best practices and to improve rotations. The Evaluation and Self-Assessment are MANDATORY and should be completed 48 hours before rotation completion.

    Students are responsible for updating contact information, education, rotation, and resume information at www.RXportfolios.com.

    The College of Pharmacy Code of Professional Conduct and the Technical Standards apply to all students participating in the Experiential Education Program. College policies are applicable at all clinical rotation sites and activities. To view the Code of Conduct or the Technical Standards, you may go to the UNE website or you may contact the Office of the Dean for replacement copies.

    mailto:LKopack@une.edumailto:lkopack@une.eduhttp://www.rxpreceptor.com/http://www.rxportfolios.com/

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    1) Counsel and or observe a pharmacist counseling at least 10 patients on a new prescription. List the drug reviewed and the major points you covered during your counseling session.

    1) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 2) ___________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 3) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 4) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 5) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 6) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 7) ___________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 8) ___________________________________________________________________________

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    ___________________________________________________________________________ 9) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 10) __________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Preceptor (Initial that student has completed): _______ Date (when completed):____________

    Preceptor Comments:

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    2) Define the FDA categories for drug use during pregnancy.

    Category Description

    What reference is available in the pharmacy to provide accurate information on pregnancy and lactation? ___________________________________________________________________________

    ___________________________________________________________________________

    Preceptor Initial that student has completed): _______ Date (when completed):____________

    Preceptor Comments:

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    3) Heartburn

    What symptoms are consistent with a diagnosis of heartburn? _____________________________________________________________________________

    ______________________________________________________________________________

    ______________________________________________________________________________

    Individual Agents Available OTC for Heartburn

    Specific Products Dose Precautions Counseling Points Calcium Products

    1) 2) 3)

    Magnesium Products 1) 2)

    Combination Antacids

    1) 2) 3)

    Histamine (H2) Antagonists

    1) 2) 3)

    Proton Pump Inhibitors

    1)

    Preceptor Initial that student has completed): _______ Date (when completed):____________

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    4) Cough and Cold Nonpharmacologic treatment can be recommended to relieve the symptoms of cough. This is especially true in children, where cough and cold products are not recommend in children

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    Find 3 cough and cold products that contain guaifenesin, including 1 single entity product:

    Brand Name Ingredients Dose Counseling Points

    Oral decongestants, including pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, are generally effective for the relief of congestion.

    Generic Name Dose Adverse effects Precautions Phenylephrine

    Pseudoephedrine

    Preceptor Initial that student has completed): _______ Date (when completed): ____________

    Preceptor Comments:

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    5) The Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005 places limits on the sale of pseudoephedrine. Research the specific legal requirements of this Act and discuss with your preceptor and how it impacts that pharmacy and patients. ______________________________________________________________________________

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    Preceptor Initial that student has completed): _______ Date (when completed): ____________

    Preceptor Comments:

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    6) Explore the vitamin and alternative medicine section of your pharmacy. Complete the following table: Product Common Uses Precautions/Adverse Effects

    Cranberry

    Gingko Biloba

    St. Johns Wort

    Calcium

    Vitamin E

    Folic Acid

    Melatonin

    Black Cohosh

    Saw Palmetto

    Echinacea

    Vitamin D

    Probiotics

    Preceptor (Initial that student has completed): _______ Date (when completed): ____________

    Preceptor Comments:

  • IPPE Community Activity Workbook

    7) Prescription medications are classified as either controlled or non-controlled substances. Controlled medications are assigned to schedules (C-I thru C-V) based on criteria defined in the Controlled Substance Act. Complete the following table pertaining to Schedules:

    Schedule

    Description Give 5 Examples

    C-I

    C-II

    C-III

    C-IV

    C-V

    Preceptor (Initial that student has completed): _______ Date (when completed): ____________

    Preceptor Comments:

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