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    YPHP 715 A-D, INTRODUCTORY PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE (IPPE) ELECTIVES, 9 Quarter Hours

    2018-19

    COURSE DESCRIPTION

    The P3 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) are designed to provide the foundation for the student pharmacists in preparation for their Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs). Students are required to participate in an IPPE elective during the third year of the program. Elective opportunities are offered in a variety of pharmacy practice settings. The P3 IPPE Elective will satisfy 80 hours of the 317 total hours in the RFUMS Experiential Education curriculum. Students will complete these hours over the course of two weeks. Students will be scheduled during two of four allocated blocks of time during the P3 year, either prior to the commencement of the P3 year or during an intersession break. Students will also complete 7 hours of service learning during their P3 year. During the spring quarter (Q3) of the P3 year, students will participate in the IPPE-APPE transition workshop that will serve to transition students from introductory to advanced pharmacy practice experiences, as well as simulation activities that will complement the didactic curriculum.

    Quarter Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer Figure 1. Experiential Education Structure Access to Course Material and Information In addition to what will be provided during experiential class meetings, materials and information will be distributed using the University email system, E*Value, and Desire2Learn (D2L). These systems are mandatory communication modalities among faculty, preceptors, and students involved with this course.

    ROSALIND FRANKLIN UNIVERSITYOF MEDICINE AND SCIENCES COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

    EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM AT A GLANCE IPPE Year APPE Year

    P1 P2 P3 P4

    Community (105 hours)

    13 X 8-hour visits 1 hour reflection

    Simulation (10 hours)

    C3 Activities*

    Health-System (105 hours)

    13 X 8-hour visits 1 hour reflection

    Simulation (10 hours)

    C3 Activities*

    Elective (80 hours)

    10 X 8-hour visits

    Service Learning (7 hours)

    IPPE-APPE Transition

    Workshop*

    Simulation*

    C3 Activities*

    Six 6-Week Rotations

    (240 hours each)

    Community

    Health-System

    Inpatient/Acute Care

    Ambulatory Care

    Elective I

    Elective II

    Simulation* Return to Campus**

    115 hours 115 hours 87hours Total APPE Hours= 1440 hours Total IPPE Hours = 317 hours

    IPPE = Introductory Pharmacy Practice APPE= Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience *Hours dedicated to these items are not counted in experiential hour total.

    **Select return to campus dates updated 9/1/2017

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    Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the first three professional years and all Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) is required before beginning the P4 year. Documented completion and compliance with the following is required before beginning a practice experience: a. Licensure b. Criminal Background Check c. Drug Screen d. Health Record-Immunizations (including annual TB and Influenza) e. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Training f. OSHA Blood borne Pathogens Training g. Basic Life Support (BLS) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification h. APhA Immunization Certification (Certificate of Completion) i. Other site-specific administrative requirements For additional information, refer to the Experiential Education Manual. *Some sites may have additional requirements for student pharmacists completing APPEs. Instructional Methods and Learning Experiences: Student pharmacists participating in the P4 APPE will be engaged in active learning through the use of practice-based activities in Community team-based projects, preceptor interaction, and simulation activities. Course Director(s):

    Faculty Name, Degree, and Title

    Bradley Cannon, PharmD Director of Experiential Education

    Lisa Michener, PharmD, MS, Associate Director of Experiential Education

    Phone 847-578-3433 847-578-8762 Email bradley.cannon@rosalindfranklin.edu lisa.michener@rosalindfranklin.edu Office location IPEC 2.808 IPEC 2.816 Office Hours: By appointment

    COURSE OBJECTIVES

    COURSE OBJECTIVES AND EXPECTATIONS1

    Upon completion of this introductory pharmacy practice elective experience, the student pharmacist will be able to meet the specific educational outcomes for each specific experience as outlined in the documents linked below and at the end of this syllabus starting on page 9.

    Academia- page 9 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/academia.pdf Administration, Academia- page 10 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/administration-academia.pdf Administration, Community- page 11 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/administration-community.pdf Administration, Health-Systems- page 12 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/administration-health-system.pdf Ambulatory Care- page 13 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/ambulatory-care.pdf Association Management- page 14 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/association-management.pdf Compounding- page 15 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/compounding.pdf Drug Information- page 16 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/drug-information.pdf Emergency Department- page 17 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/emergency-department.pdf Intensive Care Unit- page 18 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/intensive-care-unit.pdf Infectious Disease- page 19 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/infectious-disease.pdf International Medicine- page 20 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/international-medicine.pdf Introduction to Residency Training- page 21 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/introduction-to-residency-training.pdf Oncology- page 22 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/oncology.pdf Patient Safety Community- page 23 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/patient-safety-community.pdf

    mailto:lisa.michener@rosalindfranklin.edu https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/academia.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/administration-academia.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/administration-community.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/administration-health-system.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/ambulatory-care.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/association-management.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/compounding.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/drug-information.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/emergency-department.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/intensive-care-unit.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/infectious-disease.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/international-medicine.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/introduction-to-residency-training.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/oncology.pdf https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/patient-safety-community.pdf

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    Patient Safety Health-Systems- page 24 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/patient-safety-health-systems.pdf Pharmaceutical Industry- page 25 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/pharmaceutical-industry.pdf Poison Center- page 26 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/poison-center.pdf Research- page 27 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/research.pdf Specialty Pharmacy- page 28 https://s3.amazonaws.com/rfums-bigtree/files/resources/specialty-pharmacy.pdf

    RECOMMENDED COURSE MATERIALS

    1. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. ASHP guidelines: minimum standard for pharmacies in hospitals. Am J Health-Syst Pharm.1995; 52:2711–7. http://www.ashp.org/doclibrary/bestpractices/settingsgdlminhosp.aspx

    2. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists® Practice and Policy: January 2014. Available at: http://www.ashp.org/menu/PracticePolicy.aspx

    3. Ansel HC. Pharmaceutical Calculations. 13th ed. Philadelphia PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009. ISBN- 978-0781739221

    4. Anton K Drug Information: , Formulating effective response and recommendations: A structured approach. A Guide for Pharmacists, In. Malone P, Drug Information A guide for Pharmacists 5th ed. Copyright © 2014 McGraw-Hill Education. http://accesspharmacy.mhmedical.com.ezproxy.rosalindfranklin.edu:2048/content.aspx?sectionid=54480 665&bookid=981&Resultclick=2 Accessed May 19, 2015

    5. Berger BA. Communication Skills for Pharmacists: Building Relationships. 3 rd

    ed. Washington, DC: American Pharmacists Association; 2009. ISBN 9781582121321

    6. Clinical Pharmacology [database online]. Available via RFUMS Boxer University Library Electronic Resources. 7. Core Clinical Measures: http://www.hrsa.gov/quality/toolbox/introduction/coreclinical/ 8. Currie J, Abr