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Criteria and Responsibilities of Practice Sites

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  7. Experiential Program
  8. Research
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  10. Accreditation
  11. Gift Giving

Practice sites, in general, should fulfill these criteria and responsibilities:

  • Be clean, organized, and well managed
  • Meet all state and federal laws related to the practice of pharmacy
  • Conduct patient care and business in an ethical manner
  • Have sufficient work volume to facilitate learning
  • Provide an adequate patient population based on the learning objectives for the rotation
  • Have a commitment to the education of pharmacy students
  • Have management that is supportive of professional staff involvement in the education of pharmacy students
  • Ensure support staff is receptive and helpful in the education of pharmacy students
  • Enable student activities and experiences that meet the learning objectives of the introductory and/or advanced experiential education courses
  • Ensure that the student has daily contact with the preceptor or a qualified designee to receive feedback and have opportunities to ask questions
  • Provide a site equipped with the technology needed to reflect contemporary practice and to support student training
  • Provide access to on-site and online learning resources
  • Have sufficient working space
  • Provide space for the student’s personal belongings
  • Provide time for the student’s breaks/lunch
  • Provide parking access
  • Execute a written affiliation agreement with the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy