Agenda

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The conference format includes a variety of presentations presented in a conference classroom style environment with several interactive professional discussions sessions.

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ACPE LogoThe University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This activity is approved for 0.650 CEUs (6.50 contact hours) of continuing education credit. In order to receive 6.50 contact hours of CE credit, the participant must attend/participate in all sessions of the program, return their completed Record of Attendance Form at the conclusion of the program, and return to this website to complete the online evaluation.


Saturday, 4th of August 2018

8:00

NEW PRECEPTOR • ORIENTATION CHECK-IN

8:30

New Preceptor Orientation

Linda Albrecht, MBA, RPh.
Regional Director of the Dallas/Fort Worth Internship Program
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy

Learning Objectives:

  • List both preceptor and student requirements for participation in The University of Texas experiential program.
  • Design an intern orientation session that will foster a meaningful preceptor-intern relationship.
  • Describe guidelines for providing feedback and evaluation to pharmacist-interns.
  • Outline the steps to take when dealing with poorly performing students or students who are in danger of failing a rotation.

 9:30

GENERAL • CHECK-IN

10:00 

Welcome and Announcements

Analiza Amaya-Diaz, PharmD
Regional Director, Rio Grande Valley Experiential Program

and

Jennifer Ridings-Myhra, MEd, RPh
Assistant Dean for Experiential & Professional Affairs
Clinical Associate Professor of Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice

 

10:10

Intergrating Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) into APPE Evaluations

Laurajo Ryan, PharmD, MSc, BCPS, CDE 
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Texas College of Pharmacy
UT Health Science Center San Antonio

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the need to integrate EPAs into P4 evaluations.
  • Identify and evaluate EPA level of trust ratings.
  • Correlate EPA levels of trust with the APPE evaluation rubric.
  • Evaluate student performance utilizing the APPE rubric and levels of trust.

11:10 

University, College and Experiential Overviewcollege of pharmacy logo

AACP Annual Preceptor Survey Results

W. Renee Acosta, MS, R.Ph.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Clinical Professor
Abbott Endowed Fellowship in Pharmacy
Senior Provost’s Teaching Fellow

Experiential Overview

Jennifer Ridings-Myhra, MEd, RPh
Assistant Dean for Experiential & Professional Affairs
Clinical Associate Professor of Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice

Learning Objectives:

• Articulate recent events within the College of Pharmacy and The University of Texas at Austin that are relevant to the experiential program.
• List two new experiential initiatives.
• Evaluate the recent experiential year.
• Discuss recommendations and implications of the 2017 AACP preceptor survey for The University of Texas at Austin’s experiential program.
• Describe implications for UT Austin’s experiential program as a result of its recent self-study and accreditation process.


Title IX Session

Maggie Campbell
Title IX Deputy and Education Coordinator
The University of Texas at Austin

12:10 

Presentation of Preceptor Awards

Recognition of 2018 Regional Preceptor Award Recipients:

• Austin/Temple/Waco: Molly Curran, Pharm.D.
• Dallas/Fort Worth: Kristin Elzey, Pharm.D.
• El Paso: Valerie Alvarado, Pharm.D.
• Galveston/Houston: Steven Villarreal, R.Ph.
• Rio Grande Valley: Rose Mary Silva-Rodriguez, Pharm.D.
• San Antonio: Kirk Evoy, Pharm.D.

Presentation of the 2018 Wm. Arlyn Kloesel Preceptor of the Year Award

 12:20

LUNCH

1:15

Well-being in Learning Environments:  Thriving In and Out of the Classroom

Kathryn Redd, MPH, MSW
Associate Director for Prevention and Outreach
UT Counseling and Mental Health Center

Learning Objectives:

Explain the importance of establishing and maintaining a network of social support.
• Describe three strategies to enhance preceptor and student well-being.
• Describe preceptor and student perceptions of needs and challenges during experiential training, especially during the P4 year.

2:45

BREAK

3:00

Six Simple Tips for Creating Customized Learning Experiences

Todd Canada, Pharm.D., BCNSP, BCCCP, FASHP, FTSHP
Regional Director, Galveston-Houston Regional
Experiential Program

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss methods to evaluate a trainee’s existing skills to allow new professional growth.
  • Identify your trainee’s desired goals based upon their prior experiences and formulate new goals with them.
  • Evaluate your trainee’s future career path and identify areas for improvement and ease of transition.

4:00

Transforming the Culture of Health Care Delivery:  Integrating Interprofessional Learning in the Practice Setting

Veronica Young, Pharm.D., MPH
Director, Center for Health Interprofessional Practice and Education
Director of Interprofessional Education and Community Engagement
Clinical Associate Professor
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Learning Objectives

• Define the national core copmetencies and ACPE accreditation standards for interprofessional education and collaborative practice.
• Identify opportunities for interprofessional learning in the practice setting
• Determine facilitators and barriers to interprofessional learning at your practice site
• Assess students’ competence in interprofessional collaboration.

 5:00

AJOURN


ACPE LogoThe University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.


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