Pacific Coast Preceptor Conference - Session Schedule
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CSHP has an amazing array of courses to be offered at the Pacific Coast Preceptor Conference (PCPC)  2019! You may also view our schedule-at-a-glance for a quick look into PCPC. Please note that all session information are subject to change.
Last Updated: 1/28/2019

 

Friday, March 29 | 9:00am - 10:00am

More Than Students and Residents: Teaching to be Professional Leaders and Grow the Pharmacy Profession

Course Description: This course will  teach leadership techniques to  preceptors that can be passed to  pharmacy students/residents providing insight to their potential to be future leaders of the profession of pharmacy.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify at least 3 tools available to assess leadership skills  (eg. emotional intelligence, archetypes, strengths/weaknesses)
  2.  Describe how to link strengths and abilities to leadership potential
  3. Outline a plan to assist student/resident in enhancing leadership skills and
  4. Assist student/resident in  identifying potential professional organization participation to practice leadership skills 
Target Audience: Preceptors of Students | Preceptors of Residents | Applicable for all types of preceptors | Experienced Preceptors | New Preceptors
Speaker: Janice Hoffman-Simen, PharmD, EdD, APh, BCGP, FASCP 
                      Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Admin | Western University of Health Sciences

Friday, March 29 | 9:00am - 10:00am

Dealing with Student Entitlement in Experiential Pharmacy Education

Course Description: A discussion of academic entitlement, how preceptors can manage students with this mentality on rotations;  millennials and entitlement in the workplace and the pharmacy student as customer or product.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Define academic entitlement and its general characteristics
  2. Identify factors that may contribute to academic entitlement
  3. Identify the effects of an entitlement mentality
  4. Create an appropriate course of action to prevent and mitigate student incivility and increase student accountability
Target Audience: Applicable for all types of preceptors
Speaker: Elaine Law, PharmD, BCPS, FCSHP
                      Pharmacist | University of the Pacific, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences


Friday, March 29 | 10:15am - 11:15am

The Taxonomy of Professionalism:  An Effective Model for Coaching Students and Residents to Develop Professionally

Course Description: This workshop provides participants with a new definition of professionalism and a model for guiding the professional development of students and residents based on the coaching wisdom of John Wooden.
Pharmacist Objectives:
  1. Explain how the concept of patient care advocacy provides the basis for a functional definition of professionalism that can be easily applied to experiential training programs.
  2. Identify the three domains of professionalism and explain how each contributes to optimum performance.
  3. Describe how four well-established coaching techniques can be applied by preceptors to foster the professional development of pharmacy students and residents. 
Target Audience: Applicable for all types of preceptors
Speaker: Daniel Brown, PharmD
                      Professor and Chair of Pharmacy Practice 
| Loma Linda University  School of Pharmacy

Friday, March 29 | 10:15am - 11:15am

Integrating Pharmacy Students in a Fast Paced Clinic Setting

Course Description: This session aims to provide pharmacists in the clinic setting with tips on how to successfully engage and teach pharmacy students in a fast paced clinical practice site.
Learning Objectives:
  1. To identify challenging situations that may arise when a pharmacy student starts at a clinical practice site
  2. To recall tips for seamlessly integrating a pharmacy student into a clinical practice
  3. To apply tips To improve work flow and productivity at the clinical practice site
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experiential Coordinators
Speaker: Shadi Doroudgar, PharmD, APh, BCPS, BCGP, BCPP
                      Associate Professor; Lead Clinical Pharmacist | Touro University California College of Pharmacy; Pathways to Wellness Clinics

Friday, March 29 | 11:20am - 12:20pm

Turning the Tide: Evidence-based Strategies to Precepting Challenges

Course Description: Attendees in this session will hear and discuss some of the most prominent challenges faced as a pharmacy preceptor, and walk home with tools to possibly resolve these potential challenges.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe commonly encountered challenging precepting situations
  2. Differentiate between various types of problems encountered by learners and preceptors
  3. Discuss evidence-based strategies to optimize learner outcomes
  4. Apply effective strategies to address real-world precepting challenges
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experiential Coordinators
Co-speaker: Jennifer Chang, PharmD, BCPS
                             Clinical Assistant Professor 
| University of Washington School of Pharmacy
Co-speaker: Huy Hoang, PharmD
                             Assistant Professor 
| Pacific University School of Pharmacy

Friday, March 29 | 11:20am - 12:20pm

Preceptorship Pearls and Resources for New Practitioners

Course Description: The presentation would be focused on non-traditional community settings where precepting and teaching times are not allotted and can be difficult to facilitate.

Learning Objectives:

  1. How to integrate precepting activities (journal clubs, case presentations, ...) into daily work flow and operational tasks to provide high quality experiences for students.
  2. Facilitate achievement of goals and learning outcomes among students with heterogeneous learning needs through assessment and implementation of different teaching methods.
  3. After completion of this activity, the  attendee will be able to identify available resources for precepting. 
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors
Speaker: Jasmine Reber, MPH, PharmD, BCPS

                      Clinical Lead Pharmacist | Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center

Friday, March 29 | 1:15pm - 2:40pm

A Journey of Self-Discovery: Finding and Developing Your Inner Preceptor

Course Description: Sharing your teaching philosophies and ideals of professionalism with your students and residents will help them better understand your beliefs and expectations as a preceptor. However, to share these personal tenets, one must first understand and develop them. In this session, attendees will focus on developing their inner preceptor by examining the personal teaching philosophies that will serve as the cornerstone of their approach to precepting as well as aspects of personal and professional development that enhance preceptor development.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify core teaching ideas that will establish the foundation for your philosophy of and approach to precepting.
  2. Assess opportunities for personal and professional growth that can contribute to preceptor development.
  3. Recommend strategies for navigating work place politics and other stressful circumstances that affect your role as a preceptor.
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors
Speaker: Emmanuelle Schwartzman, PharmD, APh, BCACP, CDE
                     Western University of Health Sciences, College of Pharmacy | Associate Professor Pharmacy Practice and Administration Director, Residency and Fellowhsip Training

Friday, March 29 | 2:45pm - 3:45pm

Rocking Residency Research: Effective Design, Process, & Practice

Course Description: What do missed deadlines, mission creep, and poor planning have in common?  They are all common reasons projects fail.  There is no clear system or curriculum for training learners to conduct clinical research projects.  As a result, many preceptors and residents find themselves lost and overwhelmed, surviving rather than teaching or learning.  The purpose of this session is to show fellow preceptors and researchers effective methods to improve the design, process, and practice of clinical research.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe effective methods to design, process and practice of clinical research projects.
  2. Develop essential skills needed as a preceptor to develop clinical research projects.
  3. Construct timelines and deliverables for pharmacy projects.
  4. Illustrate how to use leverage and collaboration with the research oversight community to support faculty development and project management.
Target Audience: New Residency Preceptors | New Program Directors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors
Co-speaker: Jeremiah Duby, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
                              Pharmacist Specialist | UC Davis
 Co-speaker: Patricia Poole, PharmD, BCPS-AQ ID, AAHIVP
                              PGY-1 Ambulatory Care/HIV Director | UC Davis

Friday, March 29 | 2:45pm - 3:45pm

Layered Learning, with Application on Geriatric Care

Course Description: This course discusses the concept of layered learning in the classroom and at practice sites. The process of PPCP is used to illustrate specific needs and learning activities for the aging patient.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe the concepts of layered learning in pharmacy education.
  2. Compare and contrast the learning activities to engage each level of students in layered learning.
  3. Given a patient case, develop strategies to best accommodate student a/o resident learning in the classroom and in practice settings.
  4. List ways layered learning can be beneficial for a student and for a busy pharmacist who is also responsible for precepting.
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors | Experiential Coordinators
Speaker: May Mak, PharmD, APP, BCGP, CDE
                      Assistant Professor | Chapman University School of Pharmacy

Friday, March 29 | 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Student Pharmacists Extend Ambulatory Care Services in Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)

Course Description: Faculty from two FQHCs in Northern California will share their experiences with novel roles for student pharmacists that extend the ambulatory care pharmacy services.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Develop roles and responsibilities of student pharmacists that can be preformed in ambulatory care settings.
  2. Create shared expectations of student pharmacists roles among interprofessional clinic teams.
  3. Evaluate student pharmacist performance when working with teams and beyond the direct supervision of pharmacists.
  4. Describe opportunities for ambulatory care pharmacy development when student pharmacists extend pharmacy services. 
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experiential Coordinators
Co-speaker: Kirsten Balano, PharmD, AAHIVP
                              Assistant Clinical Professor | University of California, San Francisco
Co-speaker: Laura Wong, PharmD
                              Pharmacy Director | Sonoma County Indian Health
Friday, March 29 | 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Successful Residency Accreditation: Avoiding Common Areas of Partial Compliance

Course Description: This course will review common findings seen in PGY1 programs at the time of accreditation or re-accreditation. Tools and techniques will be shared with clinicians to avoid common pitfalls.   Time will be devoted to deploy your recent knowledge in small workgroup sessions.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify 3 common citings noted during PGY1 surveys.
  2. Develop a checklist to Identify common resources necessary to stay abreast of residency accreditation changes.
  3. Design a resident development plan that has actionable progress elements that grows with the resident in your program.
  4. Construct a rotation learning description that meets the elements of the standard.
Target Audience: All Preceptors of Residents | Residency Program Directors
Speaker: Harminder Sikand, PharmD, FCSHP, FASHP, FCCP BCGP
                      Director of Clinical Services and Residency Programs | Scripps Mercy Hospital

Saturday, March 30 | 9:30am - 10:30am

Identifying Burnout and Promoting Well-Being in Preceptors and Residents

Course Description: The well-being of preceptors is critical to promoting the well-being of trainees. Attendees will conduct self-assessments of burnout  and learn strategies for reducing burnout.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Define burnout according to the MBI Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and explain the importance of preventing burnout among pharmacists and pharmacy preceptors
  2. Compare and contrast rates of burnout among health care professionals and identify risk factors
  3. Conduct a self-assessment of burnout utilizing the MBI survey and self-inventory of life stressors
  4. Identify strategies to prevent burnout individually and at the institutional level. 
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors | Experiential Coordinators
Co-speaker: Kelly Lee, PharmD, MAS, FCCP, BCPP
                              Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Associate Dean | University of California San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Co-speaker: Shareen El-Ibiary, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS
                              Professor and Chair of Pharmacy Practice | Midwestern University - Glendale

Saturday, March 30 | 9:30am - 10:30am

Taking Aim: Targeted Feedback Using Checklists, Rubrics, and Competencies

Course Description: This session will discuss the importance of observed practice with targeted feedback and provide preceptors with potential strategies and examples of implemented checklists, rubrics, and competencies.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss role of observed practice and targeted feedback in learning
  2. Compare and contrast characteristics of checklists, rubrics, and competencies
  3. Identify examples of implemented checklists/rubrics/competencies used in observed practice and targeted feedback
  4. Identify a checklist/rubric/competency for observed practice that meets the needs of your program or institution 
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors
Co-speaker: Sharya Vaughan Bourdet, PharmD, BCPS
                              PGY1 Residency Program Director, Associate Chief | San Francisco Veterans Affairs Health Care System
Co-speaker: Andrew Lau, PharmD, BCACP, BC-ADM
                              Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist | San Francisco Veterans Affairs Health Care System

Saturday, March 30 | 10:45am - 11:45am

All Aboard! Conducting an Effective Onboarding Process So No Students Get Left Behind

Course Description: The onboarding process is essential in building a positive learning and teaching experience for students and preceptors. Participants will be provided strategies to help onboard students.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify barriers and challenges to getting students onboarded for their APPE rotation
  2. Describe strategies that can help facilitate the onboarding process of APPE students
  3. Discuss how to engage pharmacy residents in training our students for their APPE rotations 
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors | Experiential Coordinators
Speaker: Tram Cat, PharmD, BCPS
                      Education Coordinator, Pharmacy Services | Cedars Sinai

Saturday, March 30 | 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Difficult Learners: Effective Conversations and Strategies

Course Description:  The goal of this presentation is to share some difficult  challenges that concern preceptors during experiential rotations with pharmacy student learners. 
Learning Objectives:
  1.  Recognize factors that may contribute to student underperformance on rotation
  2. Identify strategies to improve student performance during rotations
  3. Describe proactive approaches to minimize the risk of students underperforming during rotations 
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experiential Coordinators
Co-speaker: Renu Singh, Pharm.D., BCACP, APh, CDE
                              Clinical Professor | UC San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Co-speaker: Sarah Lorentz, PharmD
                              Assistant Clinical Professor | UC San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Saturday, March 30 | 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Easy as 1-2-3: A How-To Guide for Implementing a Preceptor Development Program

Course Description: This program seeks to describe the collaboration for preceptor development between a residency program and a school of pharmacy. A collaborative preceptor development program will be described.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe methods for conducting a preceptor needs assessment and determining the effectiveness of a preceptor development program
  2. Discuss the core components of a structured preceptor development program
  3. Describe specific activities utilized for preceptors to improve their precepting skills
Target Audience: New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Residency Program Directors | Experiential Coordinators
Co-speaker: Mandy Morris, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
                              PGY1 Residency Program Director, Critical Care Pharmacist  | UCSF Medical Center System
Co-speaker: Valerie Clinard, PharmD, APh
                              Director of Experiential Education  | UCSF Medical Center System

Saturday, March 30 | 2:15pm - 3:15pm

Developing and Implementing a Resident Research Certificate Program

Course Description: Discuss considerations for the elements, resources and implementation of a resident research certificate program. Describe approaches to developing research skills in preceptors and residents alike.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Outline key knowledge, skills and abilities needed To conduct a successful resident research project 
  2. Describe the development, implementation and scaling of a novel research certificate program
  3. identify strategies and available resources To implement a research certificate program in academic and non-academic practice settings
  4. Explain an approach To preceptor development facilitating improved support of resident research projects
Target Audience: New Residency Preceptors | New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors
Co-speaker: Kendall Gross, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
                              Critical Care Pharmacist UCSF Medical Center System
Co-speaker: Mandy Morris, PharmD, BCPS
                              PGY1 Residency Program Director, Critical Care Pharmacist  | UCSF Medical Center System

Saturday, March 30 | 2:15pm - 3:15pm

Seeing it Through: Recognizing Anxiety and Depression in Students and Residents and Promoting Self-Care and Resilience 

Course Description: This course will provide a general overview of how to identify/distinguish burnout, adjustment disorder, anxiety, and depression in pharmacy learners, and how to provide support and promote resilience.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify and distinguish among work-related stress, burnout, adjustment disorder, anxiety, and depression in pharmacy learners
  2. Identify key signs and symptoms of clinically significant depression
  3. Apply techniques to modify precepting style and expectations to better support learners
  4. Self-assess opportunities yo provide increased support  and promote self-care on your rotations
  5. List available and appropriate resources for support and intervention
  6. Actively promote reduction in stigma and connection to help
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors | Experiential Coordinators
Speaker: Leah Hatfield, PharmD, BCPS
                      Area Clinical Manager, Residency Program Director | Sutter Health
Saturday, March 30 | 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Talkin' Bout My Generation: Teaching a New Age of Learners

Course Description: This course will identify opportunities and challenges with a new generation of learners and review evidence-based concepts for effective teaching.  Active learning will be utilized.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Compare and contrast Millennial and Gen Z learners
  2. Review evidence-based concepts for engaging a new generation of learners (e.g. Habits of Mind, Growth Mindset, etc.)
  3. Identify techniques to leverage strengths of Millennial and Gen Z Learners 
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experienced Residency Preceptors | Experienced Residency Program Directors | Experiential Coordinators
Co-speaker: Tiffany Pon, PharmD, BCPS
                              Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy University of California, San Francisco
Co-speaker: Yvette Hellier, PharmD
                              Clinical Pharmacist  | University of California, Davis Health 

Saturday, March 30 | 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Working Effectively with Different Learning Styles

Course Description: The course will introduce learning theory and frameworks for student and resident preceptors. This foundation can help create a strong learning environment in the experiential setting.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Define how learning occurs and discuss different learning experiences
  2. Describe learning styles with the help of the MBTI framework and Johari Window
  3. Compare and contrast cognitive and non-cognitive domains
  4. Discuss how teachers can directly shape the learning environment
Target Audience: New Student Preceptors | New Residency Preceptors | New Residency Program Directors | Experienced Student Preceptors | Experiential Coordinators
Speaker: Danny D. Kim, PharmD, BCPS
                     Oncology Pharmacist| Kaiser Permanente

These activities are eligible for ACPE credit; see final CPE activity announcement for specific details.

 

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