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1 Experiential Education Assessment (ACPE #: L04-P) Jeffrey Copeland, BS, ThM, PharmD Nicole Farrell, PharmD Regina Tabor, RPh

2 Objectives. Describe key elements of a quality experience orientation.. Describe key principles for providing assessments during an experience.. Discuss key reasons for providing mid- point assessments. Discuss the importance of commitment during an experience.

3 Disclaimer We do not have a vested interest in or affiliation with any corporate organization offering financial support or grant monies for this continuing education program, or any affiliation with an organization whose philosophy could potentially bias my presentation

4 Special Thank You A Preceptor Mini-Series Written & Directed by Craig D. Cox Produced & Edited by Studio 84 Productions

5 A Quality Experiential Orientation

6 A Preceptor Mini-Series Episode 2: Orientation https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372

7 A Preceptor Mini-Series Discussion Discussion –What did the preceptor do well in the orientation? –How may the preceptor improve the orientation? –What are key elements in a quality experience orientation?

8 A Preceptor Mini-Series Precepting Pearl – Develop the experience together Precepting Pearl – Develop the experience together –Ask the student to provide goals for the experience –Allow the student to design a portion of the experience –Allow the student to take ownership of learning

9 Early Assessment

10 A Preceptor Mini-Series Episode 3: Lost in Translation https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372

11 A Preceptor Mini-Series Discussion Discussion –What did the preceptor do well in the early assessment / feedback session? –How may the preceptor improve the early assessment / feedback session? –What are key elements in an assessment / feedback session?

12 A Preceptor Mini-Series Precepting Pearls Precepting Pearls –Prioritize constructive feedback  Limit issues to 1-2 per session  Focus upon the main issue(s) –Improvement –Encouragement –Provide frequent assessments / feedback  Not only during the midpoint & final evaluations

13 Midpoint Assessment

14 A Preceptor Mini-Series Episode 8: Halfway Home https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372

15 A Preceptor Mini-Series Discussion Discussion –What did the preceptor do well in the midpoint assessment session? –How may the preceptor improve the midpoint assessment session? –What are key reasons for providing midpoint assessments?

16 A Preceptor Mini-Series Precepting Pearls Precepting Pearls –Provide specific and direct feedback  Remove ambiguity  Provide the student with a clear understanding of performance –Review the plan for the remainder of the experience  Adjust plan according to assessments  Provide clear direction with timelines for improvement

17 Preceptor Commitment

18 A Preceptor Mini-Series Episode 11: Reflection https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372 https://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/inde x.cfm?fa=view&eventID=2372

19 A Preceptor Mini-Series Discussion Discussion –What has been your greatest challenge as a preceptor and how was the challenge overcome? –What has been your most rewarding experience as a preceptor? –What keeps you motivated to precept students?

20 A Preceptor Mini-Series Precepting Pearls Precepting Pearls –Success may be invisible  A student may never tell you about your positive impact  Internal changes are difficult to see –Success may be delayed  It may be years before you learn of the successes of your students  It may be years for small cumulative impacts to be evident

21 Summary. Described key elements of a quality experience orientation.. Described key principles for providing assessments during an experience.. Discussed key reasons for providing mid- point assessments. Discussed the importance of commitment during an experience.

22 Summary. Described key elements of a quality experience orientation.. Described key principles for providing assessments during an experience.. Discussed key reasons for providing mid- point assessments. Discussed the importance of commitment during an experience.

23 Questions?

24 Further Resources A Preceptor Mini-Series A Preceptor Mini-Series –http://ttuhsc.learningexpressce.com/index.cf m?fa=view&eventID=2372 Texas Pharmacy Law Texas Pharmacy Law –Texas State Board of Pharmacy –http://www.tsbp.state.tx.us Pharmacy Education Pharmacy Education –Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education –https://www.acpe-accredit.org

25 Post-Assessment Exam

26 Thank You!


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