Pharmacy Residency - Rotation Description, Management Administration - Bronson Healthcare

Pharmacy Residency - Rotation Description, Management Administration

Administration

PGY1 - Pharmacy (43400)

Preceptors: Shirley, Troy; Curtis, James; Hogue, Jesse

Description:

This rotation serves to introduce the resident to core elements of practice and residency leadership, providing him/her the opportunity to experience and learn from the many unique challenges facing hospital pharmacy management teams in today's complex health care environment. The resident will work with the various members of the Pharmacy Leadership Team and will be exposed to, at a minimum:

  • Accreditation and Medication Management Standards set up by the Joint Commission
  • HIPPAA and other patient rights, as defined by state and federal law
  • Staff management and engagement
  • Formulary process
  • Developing and conducting department meetings
  • Introduction to Informatics, from a managerial angle
  • Basic leadership principles
  • The ASHP Accreditation Standard for PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Programs

The hours of this rotation will vary, depending on meeting schedules.

Evaluation Strategy

The resident will receive on-going, regular formative verbal feedback throughout the rotation. At the completion of the rotation the resident and preceptor will independently complete the Summative Evaluation, then will meet and compare the evaluations prior to cosigning. The resident will also complete the Learning Experience Evaluation and a Preceptor Evaluation for each preceptor.

Expectation of Residents:

  • Have a working understanding of the ASHP Accreditation Standard for PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Programs and the Bronson Methodist Hospital Pharmacy Practice Residency Manual
  • Develop an appreciation of management and leadership
  • Conduct a Clinical Meeting
  • Take minutes for a Clinical Meeting
  • Participate in hospital-wide meetings with preceptors
  • Participate in topic discussions with preceptors
  • Complete management-focused mini projects, as assigned
    • Attend a Medication Error meeting (research and evaluate a set of pharmacy-related errors and present the findings at this meeting)

Taught and Evaluated Objectives

Activities

Goal R3.2

Demonstrate management skills

 

OBJ R3.2.1

(Understanding) Explain factors that influence departmental planning

Participate in the discussion on formulary management and regulatory requirements.

Participate in the discussion on Pharmacy Department leadership issues and strategic planning.

 

OBJ R3.2.2

(Understanding) Explain the elements of the pharmacy enterprise and their relationship to the health care system

Attend a Med Error meeting; research and evaluate an assigned set of pharmacy-related errors and present the findings at this meeting.

Attend DCI at least once.

Participate in a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) if the opportunity presents

Participate in the discussion on formulary management and regulatory requirements.

Participate in the finance discussion.

Participate in the overview discussion on the health-care system and Pharmacy's place in it.

OBJ R3.2.3

(Applying) Contribute to departmental management

Help prepare the agenda for and lead a Clinical Meeting. Participate in the discussion on the Residency Accreditation Standard and suggest possible Residency Manual updates Take and distribute minutes for a Clinical Meeting.

Evaluations:

Evaluation

Evaluator

Evaluated

Timing

Summative Evaluation

All Preceptors

Each Resident Taking this Learning Experience

Ending and Quarterly if Needed

ASHP Preceptor Evaluation

Residents

All Preceptors of this Learning Experience

Ending and Quarterly if Needed

ASHP Learning Experience Evaluation

Residents

Learning Experience

Ending and Quarterly if Needed

Summative Evaluation

Residents

Each Resident Taking this Learning Experience

Ending and Quarterly if Needed

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