The University of Washington's School of Pharmacy invites applications for a full-time position as Clinical Instructor with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2020. This is an annual appointment. The successful candidate will prepare and develop clinician-educators to take on an academic career in Schools/ Colleges of Pharmacy, with a primary focus on instructional and curricular development.
Who should consider this fellowship: Pharmacists interested in personal and professional development as an educator, including the instructional methods, experiential learning, and mentoring, to prepare for a career as a clinician-educator in academia or clinical practice. Co-Directors - Lingtak-Neander Chan, PharmD, BCNSP, FCCP, and Peggy Odegard, PharmD, CDE
To develop and refine classroom teaching skills by using different pedagogical approaches, through instructional involvement in various courses. (~70%)
To engage and participate in the process of curriculum development, revision, and assessment. (~20%)
To develop knowledge and skills in the design, directing, and coordination of courses in a pharmacy curriculum. (~10%)
Engage in the coordination and instruction in one of the Pharmacist Provider series through the entire academic year (3 academic quarters)
Serves as a co-coursemaster in one elective course
Participate in the direct instruction, or student assessment process in at least one more course in at least 2 academic quarters
Participate in and contribute to Curriculum Committee and Assessment Committee
Serve as a mentor and preceptor in interprofessional education events (IPE), outreach, and clinical-based student activities
Participate in ongoing curriculum and assessment-based projects
Working with coursemasters in the Department of Pharmacy to help develop course content, or provide supplemental instructional support to facilitate curriculum transition
Participate in ongoing assessment projects within the UWSOP
Serves as a preceptor in IPE course and outreach activities at least once every quarter
PharmD degree and PY1 completion. PY2 completion preferred. Eligible for pharmacist licensure in WA. Compensation will be commensurate with the candidate's qualifications and experience
Applicants should submit the following materials electronically via Interfolio. Please direct any questions to Dr. Lingtak-Neander Chan, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Letter of application outlining experience and qualifications and how they will bring value to the UWSOP's teaching mission
Contact information for 3 professional references. Search committee chair will reach out references for confidential letters of recommendation.
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