Pharmacy Leadership and Management: A new high fidelity simulation to prepare students for their future practise

Boyd, Matthew and Solanki, Vibhu and Anderson, Claire and Sonnex, Kimberley and Brydges, Sarah (2017) Pharmacy Leadership and Management: A new high fidelity simulation to prepare students for their future practise. In: Monash Pharmacy Education Symposium 2017, 9-12 July 2017, Prato, Italy.

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Abstract

Objective: To design and deliver a synoptic experiential learning experience drawing on leadership and management skills coupled with clinical problem solving in a high fidelity simulation. Our vision is to produce world leading pharmacists by providing them with diverse opportunities to demonstrate and expand their knowledge, skills and behaviours and prepare them for the changing healthcare landscape of the future.

Design: Pharmacy Leadership and Management (PLM) is based on the successful GIMMICS consortia blueprint. Development was informed by stakeholder events with local and national health commissioners, professionals, experts, patients and academic staff. Teams of six final-year students run their own primary care-based pharmacy business competing against four others over four blocks of three days through the year. Simulated patients and academics deliver approximately

180 acute scenarios over the module to each team, comprising face-to-face, telephone and email queries. Teams also have longer term challenges including development new services and tendering for contracts. The curriculum covers all areas of practice including communication with patients and professionals, business and people development, medicines supply, clinical practice, governance and patient safety and health promotion and public health.

Assessment: Assessment uses a multi-format approach of OSCE for skills, reflective portfolio for longer term and attitudinal attributes and an online assessment for knowledge based elements.

Conclusion: In this paper, we will present the development of this educational experience and describe our implementation and operationalisation of this highly complex module.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Keywords: Simulation, Practice, Teaching, Leadership, Management, Experiential Learning
Schools/Departments: University of Nottingham, UK > Faculty of Science > School of Pharmacy
Depositing User: Eprints, Support
Date Deposited: 26 Jun 2018 08:48
Last Modified: 03 Jul 2018 18:45
URI: http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/id/eprint/52607

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