To oversee operations of the Office of Experiential Education (OEE) to support the continued performance and growth of the experiential education program by ensuring the development of quality sites and preceptors, assessment and quality assurance, experiential curricular development and compliance, and program administration.
Oversee the Directors of APPE and IPPE Programs to revise and coordinate IPPE courses and APPE courses. Ensure program outcomes and course assessments for approximately 1500 rotations per year.
Develop, offer, and deliver training(s) sessions and materials to foster and expand preceptors' knowledge and skills.
Develop preceptor newsletters, to include training articles and links to available CE opportunities (e.g., podcasts, Pharmacist's Letter, etc.).
Collaborate with the satellite campuses for student and preceptor/site training issues related to experiential education.
Recruit and develop individual preceptors, throughout Virginia and beyond to ensure adequate quantity of preceptors/sites for all experiential education courses. Travel is expected.
Occasional classroom teaching in School of Pharmacy courses. 2.Research/Scholarship
Present papers/posters at state and national meetings.
Publish relevant articles and/or white papers relating to experiential education. 3.Service
Serve on school and university committees and attend school and university events, as appropriate.
Serve as a member or in leadership positions with organizations related to experiential education (e.g., VPhA, VSHP, AACP, ASHP, APhA, Mid-Atlantic Experiential Education Consortium). Travel and meeting attendance is expected. 4.Other (for instance administrative duties, etc.)
Oversee the OEE team and directly supervise and evaluate the Directors of APPE and IPPE Programs.
Maintain up-to-date experiential education policies, procedures, and manuals.
Oversee OEE's annual budget and expenditures.
Manage all experiential education programs to meet ACPE standards and guidelines, AACP initiatives, and the school's educational outcomes and other requirements of the PharmD program, in conjunction with Standing School of Pharmacy committees.
Develop, implement, and assess program objectives.
Engage OEE advisory group of preceptors biannually for external input and assessment.
Fulfill KPIs for OEE as assigned yearly.
●Doctor of Pharmacy degree or other pharmacy degree with extensive equivalent practice experience. ●Eligibility for pharmacy licensure in Virginia. ●Previous experience precepting students at pharmacy practice site(s). ●Previous experience with experiential education and training programs. ●Demonstrated experience in program planning, administration, and assessment. ●Possess a strong commitment to teaching excellence. ●Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.
?Residency or fellowship experience ?Previous faculty appointment
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