Pharmacy Practice Experiences
Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) – 4 weeks
The Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) are 4-week rotations offered in the summer after the first and second professional years. After their first year in the professional program, pharmacy students gain practice experience in community settings; after the second year, they have rotations in the hospital setting. Through IPPEs, students begin to practice skills related to the profession and they experience the responsibilities of practitioners working in these settings. The IPPEs complement the didactic curriculum and involve a variety of experiences including shadowing pharmacists, participating in the drug delivery process, observing the use of automation technology in pharmacy practice, and participating in community health education activities. The IPPE experiences additionally prepare students for the final stages of the curriculum.
Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs)
The Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs) are 5-week rotations for students in their final professional year prior to entry into pharmacy practice. These experiences may be completed in a variety of practice settings, including community, hospital, clinical practice, industry, and ambulatory care.
Types of APPE Rotations
Inpatient/Acute Care/General Medicine Practice
APPE – Internal Medicine and Acute Care Goals and Objectives
APPE – Internal Medicine and Acute Care Evaluation Form
Seminar Evaluation Form
Case Presentation Evaluation Form
Journal Club Evaluation Form
Clinical Other/Elective Practice Sites
APPE – Clinical Other/General Elective Goals and Objectives
APPE – Clinical Other/General Elective Evaluation Form
PharmD Student Rotation Manual