Requirements for CE Credit
- TTUHSC JHH SOP Faculty
- Full-time Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy (JHH SOP) Faculty
- TTUHSC Adjunct Preceptor
- JHH SOP Adjunct Preceptor for Experiential Rotations
- TTUHSC JHH SOP Alumni
- JHH SOP Alumni
- TTUHSC JHH SOP Alumni - TTUHSC Alumni Association Member
- JHH SOP Alumni that have paid alumni dues to TTUHSC, but not a preceptor for JHH SOP. Click here to become a TTUHSC Alumni Association member
- Non-JHH SOP Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, or Alumni
- Identify elements of a quality orientation that should be provided to students at the start of an experiential rotation.
- List characteristics of student learners that could create challenges for experiential rotations.
- Recognize the importance of demonstrating respect to other health care professionals.
- Discuss the necessity of proper supervision and communication with students.
- Explain the importance of serving as a role model for students
- Recognize how the lack the of professionalism can impact interprofessional team members
- Describe to students the importance of taking responsibility for their actions
- Demonstrate to students proper ways to both problem solve and resolve conflict
- Show students how to engage other healthcare professionals to expand their knowledge to enhance their delivery of patient care.
- Utilize other healthcare team members to assist you in identifying a student’s ability to participate in interprofessional activities.
- Identify appropriate communication strategies to use with your students when providing patient care.
- Determine how to modify your level of supervision to match student ability.
- Identify ways in which feedback can be provided to students during interactions with patients or colleagues to avoid diminishing others’ trust in the student.
- Discuss the importance of providing students immediate feedback of their performance.
- Recognize the importance of using clear, written learning objectives in the form of a learning contract with a student who is not meeting performance expectations.
- Identify a process for communicating with a struggling student and his/her academic program.
- Illustrate appropriate preceptor modeling skills to utilize with students when faced with challenging learning situations.
- Recognize the significance of debriefing with your students following each learning experience.
- Discuss process for encouraging students to seek increased independence in the clinical setting.
- Describe the impact of timely, constructive feedback to students on clinical rotations.
- Explain process for effectively guiding and managing ethical dilemmas with students in an interprofessional patient care situation.
- Recognize the importance of taking accountability for your actions and the impact it can have on interprofessional team dynamics.
- Describe why a preceptor’s impact on student performance may not be recognized for several years following an experience.
- Discuss the importance of lifelong learning and its impact on both student and preceptor performance.
Craig Cox, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS
The CE Activity developed by Texas Tech University HSC School of Pharmacy