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  Director Experiential Education

Position Description

The Director of Experiential Education is responsible for the planning, implementation, and assessment of all experiential education activities at the Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. Working collaboratively with the Office of Experiential Education Team, clinical faculty and Co-Directors of Professional Practice Labs, the Director will execute the vision for an innovative experiential education curriculum, at the introductory, interprofessional, and advanced levels. The director and Office of Experiential Team will be responsible for preceptor recruitment and training, site recruitment, development, and recognition.

 

Primary Functions

  •   Oversee the experiential education program. Develop and maintain professional relationships that support the vision and mission of the School of Pharmacy.

  •   Provide the leadership necessary to develop and implement effective outcomes for the experiential learning program.

  •   Identify, procure, develop, and maintain sufficient experiential sites for IPPE, IPE, and APPE rotations for the students of the School of Pharmacy.

  •   Manage a standardized system for student assignments to IPPE, IPE, and APPE sites.

  •   Develop and maintain effective and transparent processes for student, preceptor, and site evaluations, including the creation and use of electronic systems for timely, accurate assessment and grade reporting.

  •   Maintain harmonious relationships with students, preceptors, colleagues, and experiential education constituents.

  •   Provide mentorship to preceptors and students assigned to experiential sites.

  •   Maintain an effective program for recognizing sites and preceptors for the educational support rendered to the School of Pharmacy and its students.

  •   Visit with preceptors and perform site evaluations.

  •   Supervise the delivery of the Experiential Education Seminar during IPPE, IPE, and APPE rotations.

  •   Pursue professional development and scholarly activities.

  •   Participate in accreditation and regulatory processes as appropriate.

  •   Provide service to the School of Pharmacy as assigned by the Dean.

 

Knowledge – Skills – Abilities

  •   Working knowledge of emerging healthcare delivery models that involve the pharmacy profession

  •   Demonstrate organizational, interpersonal and group communication skills

  •   Ability to collaborate with faculty and academic leadership to sustain a culture of interprofessional education

  •   Experience in supervising the experiential education of pharmacy students and/or residents

  •   Supervisory experience

  •   Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously

 

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Director Experiential Education

 

  Assistant Director of Experiential Education

Position Description:

Reporting to the Director of Experiential Education, the Assistant Director of Experiential Education is instrumental in developing and implementing the experiential curriculum, identifying preceptors and practice sites, determining the training needs of the preceptors, and maintaining the academic standards of the experiential education program and sites consistent with both ACPE and Wisconsin State Board of Pharmacy Internship requirements.  The Assistant Director of Experiential Education is responsible for the development and coordination of introductory, interprofessional, and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, service learning experiences, and professional community outreach for the Office of Experiential Education.

 

Primary Functions

  •   Identify, procure, develop, and maintain sufficient experiential sites for IPPE, IPE, and APPE rotations for the students of the School of Pharmacy.

  •   Help manage a standardized system for student assignments to IPPE, IPE, and APPE sites.

  •   Visit with preceptors and perform annual site evaluations.

  •   Maintain an effective program for recognizing sites and preceptors for the educational support rendered to the School of Pharmacy and its students.

  •   Provide mentorship to preceptors and students assigned to experiential sites.

  •   Maintain harmonious relationships with students, preceptors, colleagues and experiential education constituents.

  •   Teach in School of Pharmacy experiential education seminar as appropriate for expertise.

  •   Provide student mentoring (academic and career).

  •   Engage in scholarship in areas of interest and expertise.

  •   Provide service to the School as assigned by the Dean.

 

Knowledge – Skills – Abilities

Working knowledge of emerging healthcare delivery models that involve the pharmacy profession. Demonstrate organizational, interpersonal and group communication skills. Ability to collaborate with faculty and academic leadership to sustain a culture of interprofessional education. Experience in supervising the experiential education of pharmacy students and/or residents.

 

Position Requirements:

Appropriate education and/or experience may be substituted on equivalent basis

Minimum Required Education: B.S. in Pharmacy or PharmD and completion of an ASHP-accredited residency, or equivalent experience. Ability to receive licensure in Wisconsin required.

Minimum Required Experience: 3 years’ experience in direct patient care, serving as a preceptor for pharmacy students or other healthcare or education related experiences.

 

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Assistant Director of Experiential Education

  Assistant Professor Clinical

Position Description:
 

The vision for the MCW School of Pharmacy is to prepare the next generation of pharmacists to meet society’s growing healthcare needs. MCW’s Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) graduates will have the knowledge and expertise to practice at the "top of their license" and contribute to patient-centered care within a team-based model, ensuring optimal medication therapy outcomes in concert with other healthcare professionals.

 

Position Purpose

Manage the course coordination, clinical site development and experiential education within the doctor of pharmacy curriculum. This is a  renewable 12-month appointment.

 

Primary Functions

  1. Provide course coordination, clinical site development and experiential education within the doctor of pharmacy curriculum.

  2. Responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of a high-quality collaborative pharmacy practice site to facilitate clinical services and experiential education.

  3. Responsible for the development, maintenance, and administering the curricular materials in a broad range of topics via lectures, group activities, recitations, skill development, and experiential education.

  4. Provide mentoring and advisement to students throughout the didactic and experiential curriculum and where appropriate contribute to continuing professional development of pharmacists and preceptors.

  5. Engage in the scholarship of discovery, application, integration, and teaching in areas appropriate to the appointee’s interest which advances the mission of MCW.

  6. Oversee and manage the administration of core teaching responsibilities required in the delivery of the doctor of pharmacy program including the basic, pharmaceutical, clinical and social sciences as assigned to School of Pharmacy and School of Medicine faculty to ensure curricular and academic program quality.

  7. Collaborate with regional School of Medicine leaders to develop the curriculum and administration of pharmacy practice sites for faculty and residents.

  8. Teach in his/her area of expertise and pursue related scholarly work.

  9. Serve on assigned Committees and represent the School of Pharmacy at meetings or events.
     

Applicants should submit a letter of application describing their qualifications, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and three philosophical narratives each describing one’s teaching, scholarship, and clinical practice development views.

 

 

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Assistant Professor, Clinical

  Assistant Professor

Position Description

The vision for the MCW School of Pharmacy is to prepare the next generation of pharmacists to meet society’s growing healthcare needs. MCW’s Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) graduates will have the knowledge and expertise to practice at the "top of their license" and contribute to patient-centered care within a team-based model, ensuring optimal medication therapy outcomes in concert with other healthcare professionals.

 

Position Purpose:

Coordinate the development and management of the student patient care laboratory courses within the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum.

Primary Functions

Reporting to the Chair of the Clinical Sciences Department core responsibilities of this position include:  

 

  1. Coordinate the development of an innovative, interprofessional, skills-based laboratory sequence in collaboration with the Chair of the Clinical Sciences Department and Director of Professional Labs designed to produce graduates ready to practice at the top of their license and who are team- and practice-ready.

  2. Teach, facilitate, and conduct assessments in laboratory skills sessions that are offered year-round that are aligned with the didactic curriculum.

  3. Participate in the development and coordination of clinical skills simulations (e.g. OSCE’s) including the retrieval and documentation skills necessary to assess students’ achievement of course competencies and program outcomes, such as entrustable professional activities (EPAs).

  4. Provide mentoring and advisement to students throughout the laboratory-based curriculum

  5. Engage in the scholarship of discovery, application, integration, and teaching in areas appropriate to the appointee’s interest which advances the mission of MCW.

  6. Contribute to service in the School as appropriate including continuing professional development of pharmacists and preceptors. 

  7. Maintain a limited clinical practice in area of interest and expertise.

 

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Assistant Professor

  Adjunct Assistant Professor

Position Description:
The vision for the MCW School of Pharmacy is to prepare the next generation of pharmacists to meet society’s growing healthcare needs. MCW’s Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) graduates will have the knowledge and expertise to practice at the "top of their license" and contribute to patient-centered care within a team-based model, ensuring optimal medication therapy outcomes in concert with other healthcare professionals.
 
The Assistant Professor- Course Facilitator is responsible for implementing the approved MCW School of Pharmacy Law Course. The Assistant Professor will teach introductory federal and state pharmacy related law to pharmacy students to prepare them for practice in their Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences. The Assistant Professor- Course Facilitator provides an innovative and supportive active learning educational environment by providing direction and student support and mentoring.

 

Position Requirements:

ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Teach up to 9 contact hours of pharmacy law in the Introduction to Pharmacy Practice course.  

  • Create up to 2 quizzes and 1 final exam related to the above materials.

  • Be available to answer student questions on the taught material, through in-person, telephonic, or electronic methods of communication.

  • Abide by established MCW School of Pharmacy teaching practices and guidelines.

 

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Adjunct Assistant Professor