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UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Clinical Assistant Professor
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7574 United States
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Academic – Professor – Assistant/Associate/Full
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is seeking a pharmacy educator with experience in inpatient pharmacy practice and skills to provide innovative education through the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory (PCL). The PCL is an award winning, five semester lab sequence that teaches students necessary skills and knowledge to enter into an ethical, patient centered practice and to promote the advancement of the profession in their communities. The PCL curriculum is based around six core educational areas. These areas are:
• drug literature/information
• prescription analysis & medication therapy management &
• medication administration & device use
The faculty member will coordinate and teach at least two semesters of the PCL sequence and collaborate with faculty colleagues in developing, implementing, and evaluating innovative teaching methods and in integrating PCL activities with other courses in the School. The person will also be responsible for supporting the School’s and the Division’s missions through creation and maintenance of a collaborative clinical practice in the inpatient setting; developing a personal program of scholarship in teaching, learning, and practice; and providing service to the School, University, and profession.
This faculty position is in the non-tenure, fixed-term track and at a rank commensurate with the successful applicant’s experience and professional credentials. The position reports to the Director of the PCL for all laboratory responsibilities and to chair of the Division of Pharmacy Practice and Experiential Education for overall faculty responsibilities.
Education, training, experience:
Required qualifications include a PharmD degree from an accredited institution and residency training or equivalent experience, pharmacy licensure in North Carolina or eligibility to obtain licensure, and a strong pharmacy background in the inpatient setting including experience with sterile product preparation. Desired qualifications include: teaching experience; knowledge of computer technology and course management systems; knowledge of hematology/oncology topics; and specialty certification (e.g., BCPS, MTM certification, etc.).
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