Annual TB Test
Current CPR Certification
Students are responsible for completing CPR training on their own. A UNM resource for this training can be found online at the following link:
HIPAA & Blood Borne Pathogens Training
through UNM Learning Central
Intern License applications are available from the
New Mexico Board of Pharmacy
Student pharmacists will be eligible to apply for intern licenses at the END of their first year of the Doctor of Pharmacy program. Information is provided during the PGY1 curriculum (Spring Semester). Once the intern license has been granted, student pharmacists are personally responsible for maintaining current status of the license throughout the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
The Office of Experiential Programs (OEP) will hold several informational sessions and provide more detailed information throughout the year.
Additional Non-UNM requirements for individual rotations may apply.
This course is designed for students who have completed the first professional year in the Pharm.D. curriculum. Students in PHRM 771 will complete one four-week rotation at 40 hours per week, totaling a minimum of 160 hours.
The Community Pharmacy IPPE serves as an introduction of basic pharmacy practice within a retail setting. Students should be exposed to and perform basic patient counseling and education, medication dispensing, reading of prescriptions, checking for prescription accuracy and safety, and OTC product selection. In addition, students are expected to gain understanding of pharmacist-patient and pharmacist-provider relationships and develop effective communication skills.
This course is designed for students who have completed the second professional year in the Pharm.D. curriculum. Students in PHRM 772 will complete one four-week rotation at 40 hours per week, totaling a minimum of 160 hours.
The Institutional Pharmacy IPPE will concentrate on the practice of pharmacy within an institutional/health-system setting. Students should be exposed to basic clinical services, including specialized dosing (renal, TPN, anticoagulation, etc.), kinetic monitoring, preparation of IV admixtures, distribution and administration systems and processes.
E*VALUE: IPPE rotation scheduling may be viewed in E*VALUE. Students are responsible for maintaining current contact information including phone number and email address in E*VALUE. All evaluations of IPPE preceptors must be completed in E*VALUE. Grades will not be released until all evaluations are submitted.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR IPPEs
IPPE 2012 Summer Schedule
IPPE 1: May 14 - June 8, 2012
IPPE 2: June 11 - July 6, 2012
IPPE 3: July 9 - August 3, 2012
Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) (PHARM 770)
This course is for students who have completed all didactic requirements of the Pharm.D. program. Student pharmacists must complete nine four-week, full-time experiences, totaling a minimum of 160 hours each.
E*VALUE: APPE rotation scheduling may be viewed in E*VALUE. Students are responsible for maintaining current contact information including phone number and email address in E*VALUE. All evaluations of APPE preceptors must be completed in E*VALUE. Grades will not be released until all evaluations are submitted.
APPE 2012-2013 Schedule
APPE 1: June 4-June 29, 2012
APPE 2: July 2-July 27, 2012
APPE 3: July 30-August 24, 2012
APPE 4: August 27-September 21, 2012
APPE 5: September 24-October 19, 2012
APPE 6: October 22-November 16, 2012
APPE 7: November 26-January 4, 2013
APPE 8: January 7-February 1, 2013
APPE 9: February 4-March 1, 2013
APPE 10: March 4-March 29, 2013
APPE 11: April 1- April 26, 2013
University of New Mexico’s Doctor of Pharmacy program is
accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education,
135 LaSalle Street, Suite 4100, Chicago, IL 60603-4810, TEL
(312) 664-3575 ,
FAX (312) 664-4652, URL http://www.acpe-accredit.org/
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