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Transcript of OVERVIEW OF EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION - pharmacy.buffalo.edu

AGENDA 1. 1. People 2. 2. Definitions 3. 3. Requirements* 4. 4. Preceptors 5. 5. Communication 6. 6. CORE
Experiential Education (EE) Administrative Team (not shown is our preceptor advisory group + 2 students)
Dr. Albanese Assistant Director
Dr. Daly Dr. Slazak Kris Jordan APPE
Dr. Meaney Dr. O’Brocta Director
1. Didactic: non-experiential curriculum
2. IPPE: Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience occurs in P2 and P3 years
3. APPE: Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences P4 year
4. EE: Experiential Education (about 1/3 of total curriculum)=IPPE +APPE
5. IPE: Interprofessional Education
6. CORE: Online platform that will manage the EE program, such as schedules, assignments, grades, and many other systems
Common Definitions ~ 30% of where you
are going to complete your EE curriculum is
IPPEs and APPEs are credit bearing classes,
they are your priority, so do not let other activities (i.e., work) interfere with
you completing them
1. Occurs in P2 and P3 years
2. Requirement to complete a minimum of 315 hours by end of P3 year a. P2 year: community pharmacy, minimum goal of
120 hours (2 x 60 hour). b. P3 year: minimum of 75 hours institutional and 120
hours obtained in community or ambulatory care. (1 x 75 hour + 2 x 60 hour)
IPPE: Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences
Dr. Albanese Assistant Director
1. Occurs in P4 year, must have successfully COMPLETED all didactic and IPPE requirements before you can START APPEs
2. Rotations: 4 required rotations types (bold) and 3 electives: a. Ambulatory Care=240 hours b. Community Pharmacy=160 hours c. General Medicine=240 hours d. Hospital/Health Systems=160 hours e. 3 Electives (at least 2 electives must be with a
pharmacist) i. Each elective 240 hours ii. May repeat a required rotation iii. Non-patient care: Management, Research, DI, etc.
3. Graduation Requirements: minimum of 1440 hours total and minimum of 160 hours for each required rotation.
APPE: Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences
Kris Jordan
Experiential Education Office – Golden Rule
Check your Outlook AND CORE* email everyday x 365 days - EE emails are often time sensitive!
Institution Name Program Location University of Connecticut Connecticut University of Saint Joseph Connecticut Husson University Maine University of New England Maine Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Massachusetts Northeastern University Massachusetts Western New England University Massachusetts Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences New Hampshire Fairleigh Dickinson University New Jersey Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Jersey Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences New York Binghamton University - SUNY New York D'Youville College New York Long Island University New York St. John Fisher College New York St. John's University New York Touro College (NY) New York Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine - Erie Campus Pennsylvania Temple University Pennsylvania Thomas Jefferson University Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania University of the Sciences in Philadelphia Pennsylvania Wilkes University Pennsylvania The University of Rhode Island Rhode Island
We rely on practicing pharmacists to expertly train the next generation of pharmacists (YOU!). These pharmacists (preceptors) are extremely busy and need information from students in a timely fashion! (health/immunization records, etc.)
• Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine is FDA Approved (8.23.21) others under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)
• Many rotation sites are requiring it for students with NO EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED. In fact, each week we are receiving notices that more sites are requiring the COVID-19 vaccination. The UBSPPS had no control over the sites policies.
• We are not sure if ALL sites will require the COVID-19 vaccine in the future, but it is a distinct possibility.
COVID-19 Vaccination and Curriculum Completion
2. Readiness area contains 700+ learning videos on, pharmacy practice, professionalism, medications, etc.
3. MyCred area contains an ePortfolio you will use to communicate your information (resume) to your future preceptors
4. CEImpact (CEI) area contains continuing education videos and/or readings for preceptors, students can also use but will not receive official CE credit
CORE-Electronic Learning Management System (ELMS)
or MyCred
• The EE Team is here to support you during rotations, do not hesitate to reach out to us • Applying the knowledge you have learned in a real-life scenario is a very exciting time
for you! • Effective and timely communication with your preceptor and the EE office is critical to
your success • Check Outlook and CORE emails daily x 365 days
• Rotations are your priority (just like any course) except you may complete your rotation on1st,2nd, or 3rd shift depending on when your preceptor is scheduled to work
• Rotations are different from didactic courses in that your preceptor will rely on you to help them care for patients. So, if you are late for a rotation patient care will likely suffer.
• Approach rotations as a job interview so be sure to shine! • Each site has their own rules and policies that you must follow
• Remember HIPAA (as an example phone pictures/recordings are generally not allowed) • Understand the differences in the 4 areas of CORE
What you should know today…
Thank you for your time and attention. We are excited to get you started in the EE curriculum!
Overview of Experiential Education
Experiential Education (EE) Administrative Team (not shown is our preceptor advisory group + 2 students)
Common Definitions
CORE Screen
What you should know today…