Ambulatory Pharmacy Practice/ Providence Medical Group Alaska
Co-funded position between Providence Medical Group Alaska (0.5 FTE) and ISU Doctor of Pharmacy
Program (0.5 FTE)
Patient care and professional responsibilities: (40%)
Serve as a resource and assist in the development and delivery of innovative collaborative practice pharmaceutical care services at Providence Medical Group Alaska (PMG).
Patient care activities: develop collaborative care practices within integrated health service models, medication therapy management, collaborative post-diagnostic disease management
Other clinical activities: medication use evaluations, staff development, participate in PMG P&T
Committee or other applicable committees
Provide preceptor development for other health care professionals and serve as liaison between the university and PMG
Dispensing/medication administration activities as needed for clinical services
Coordination and supervision of Introductory and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE/APPE) students: (30%)
Maintain an exemplary ambulatory medicine pharmacy practice site for IPPE/APPE education at PMG.
Work with the physicians, clinical pharmacists, and others to provide consultative pharmacotherapy services for pharmacy students completing an Ambulatory Care Advance Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE/APPE).
Precept a maximum of 10 fourth-year pharmacy (P-4) students for APPEs (clerkships) annually.
Precept a maximum of 10 second/third-year IPPE students annually
Serve as a site coordinator and assist staff pharmacy preceptors in the orientation for Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) and other APPE students assigned to PMG
Provide written/oral evaluation of student progress for an Ambulatory Care Advance Pharmacy Practice Experience IPPE/APPE students as established for course requirements.
Provide didactic teaching to PharmD and related health profession discipline: (20%)
One-two 8-week sections of case studies per year – (3 hours per week)
Provide lectures in the professional Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum
Provide Course Coordination as assigned by department chair(s)
Academic member of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Admin. Sci. (10%)
Serve as a role model practitioner/educator in the didactic and experiential components of the PharmD program
Serve on assigned University, College, and Departmental committees commensurate with a non-tenure track, clinical faculty position
Develop and maintain an active scholarship program, commensurate with a non-tenure track, clinical faculty position.
Other duties as assigned by the Department Chair.
Reporting to: Chair, ISU Department of Pharmacy Practice & Director of PMG - Alaska
The L. S. Skaggs College of Pharmacy at Idaho State University trains pharmacists and scholars while valuing integrity, access, inclusiveness, collaboration, intellectual curiosity, and accountability. Equity and inclusivity are fundamental to our pursuit of excellence in developing caring and collaborative pharmacists, psychopharmacologists, and scientists who improve health outcomes through transformative research and patient-centered care.
The primary degree offered by the College is the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) that prepares students to become pharmacists. The PharmD degree is delivered synchronously in Pocatello and Meridian, Idaho and Anchorage, Alaska.
As Idaho’s College of Pharmacy we serve all citizens of the state and are a national leader in telepharmacy services. Our student outreach programs enjoy top awards at both regional and national levels, and our research endeavors employ innovative solutions, collaborative opportunities, and cutting-edge technology.
We are fully accredited by the Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education through 2025.