Teaching Faculty, Pharmacy Practice

Updated: about 1 month ago
Location: Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA


Posted: 03-May-24

Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Salary: Open


Public Health

Internal Number: 279679

Vacancy ID: FAC0005057

Position Summary/Description:

The Teaching Assistant or Associate Professor will work in concert with outpatient pharmacy practice sites to develop and deliver training programs and to integrate patient care services into the professional curriculum, with attention given to the healthcare needs of rural communities.
Develop and deliver an internship training program, including but not limited to: Engage virtually or on-site with the pharmacy owner or manager, site coordinator, preceptors, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and other personnel, as necessary and appropriate; Prepare pharmacy sites to engage with learners of all types (interns, residents or fellows) and support a layered learning practice model; Lead recruitment of pharmacy interns, including development of marketing materials, conducting interviews and selecting candidates; Provide orientation to and regular oversight of operational and clinical activities provided by pharmacy interns; Assist in patient care provision with interns, including quality assurance of work
completed and engaging in interprofessional collaboration opportunities in the community; Mentor interns on aspects critical to their growth and development, including; provision of regular feedback and evaluations, in conjunction with the pharmacy sites and staff.
Teach in the professional program, including coordination, facilitation and instruction, as well as mentoring trainees who are preparing classroom teaching materials.
Serve on the leadership team for the PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Residency Program and its associated fellowship program
Collaborate and support Rural Health Initiative goals to expand footprint of learners training and serving in rural communities
* Mentor and provide feedback to trainees, in conjunction with site coordinators and site preceptors, as necessary and appropriate
* Identify interprofessional collaborations that learners can interface with in their patient
care duties
Become an engaged member of the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists (NCAP) and other state and national professional organizations with emphasis on serving rural
Support School and Division activities to advance pharmacy practice
* Provide pharmacy sites with summary reports of intern activities and outcomes to aid in quality improvement and further program development
* Disseminate outcomes of training programs and pharmacy services in a scholarly manner

Education and Experience:

Experience developing and delivering community-based instructional content to a
variety of audiences, including but not limited to, patients, student pharmacists,
pharmacy technicians, pharmacists and other health care providers
Prior experience partnering with outpatient pharmacy sites who provide enhanced
services, particularly those within rural communities
* Prior experience preparing a pharmacy(ies) to serve as a site within a PGY1 Communitybased Pharmacy Residency Program
* Working knowledge of pharmacy quality metrics and quality metrics that impact
primary care providers
* Current or prior experience as an appointed or elected leader within a state or national
pharmacy association
* Received or eligible to obtain the Board-Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP)
* Scholarly productivity as evidenced by referred abstracts, grant funding, and peerreviewed publications

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