Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy seeks applicants for a Clinical Assistant / Associate/Full Professor of Pharmacy Practice within the Division of Pharmacy Practice (Ambulatory Care ). The FDU School of Pharmacy prepares pharmacists who will provide patient-centered care, advance the pharmacy profession through research and patient and public health advocacy, as well as serve as future health care leaders. FDU School of Pharmacy offers an integrated curriculum that seeks to develop pharmacy practitioners who are able to effectively communicate with diverse populations and work as integral members of interprofessional health care teams. Further, the School offers a concurrent Master’s degree program to qualified pharmacy students. The clinical faculty position is a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure track appointment (rank and salary commensurate with skills and experience). Faculty members are expected to support the FDU School of Pharmacy vision through teaching in the professional pharmacy curriculum, developing a research agenda within their discipline and providing service to the School of Pharmacy and University at large. This position will be affiliated with a clinical practice site that is seeking a clinical pharmacy practice faculty member to participate in direct patient care. It is expected that clinical assistant professor will maintain active interdisciplinary care practice at their assigned clinical site. Primary responsibilities of a faculty member at the clinical site will include rounding/patient appointments, educating Fairleigh Dickinson University students, clinical site residents (if applicable), and clinical staff, providing and documenting pharmacotherapeutic interventions/pharmacy consultations, providing patient counseling/medication reconciliation, documenting medication errors/adverse drug reactions, and participating in quality improvement initiatives as assigned by the director of pharmacy at the clinical site.
Successful applicant will: 1. Have a PharmD degree with PGY-1 and PGY-2 residency training; exceptional applicants with PGY-1 only training may be considered; 2. Demonstrate understanding of academic pharmacy, experiential education, and ACPEaccreditation standards related to curriculum and experiential education; 3. Show a desire to participate in expanding new educational platforms, including integration of technology and active learning; 4. Demonstrate leadership and initiative in supporting School’s assessment and accreditation efforts; 5. Have a vision for the future of pharmacy education as a global enterprise; 6. Develop a personal philosophy and program of teaching, research and service focused on enriching students and enhancing the profession. Employment is contingent upon a satisfactory background check. Candidates for hire will be required to sign a waiver authorizing the background check and produce a Social Security Card.
The Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy is one of only two degree-granting pharmacy schools in New Jersey, and is the first in the state to be associated with a private university.
Located in the heart of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry, Fairleigh Dickinson University's School of Pharmacy in Morris County, New Jersey, has unveiled a dynamic curriculum incorporating technology, a gl...obal perspective and a focus on the future of health care.
FDU's School of Pharmacy offers a variety of classroom, lab, and experiential opportunities to meet the learning styles of today's students and prepare them for exciting and successful careers in the 21st century.
The School’s dynamic program of study integrates the very best practices in pharmacy education today.
Have the option to specialize in a concentrated area of study and earn a master’s-level degree concurrently with the PharmD degree.
Participate in new partnerships with pharmacy leaders in industry, retail, government and hospitals who will provide mentoring, guidance and resources.
Benefit from the strengths of a small college environment, yet learn from top-tier faculty in new facilities specifically designed for the School of Pharmacy.
Students who are accepted to the School of Pharmacy with a baccalaureate degree may have the opportunity to pursue a Masters degree in conjunction with the Doctor of Pharmacy degree following completion of the first professional year of the Pharmacy curriculum -- providing the opportunity for students to select a focused pathway of study while meeting the Doctor of Pharmacy curricular requirements.
The integration of required master’s courses within the pharmacy program curriculum may allow students to complete both degrees, with overload courses required for some master’s programs offered as evening, Saturday or online courses.
Students interested in a dual degree will be required to meet the admissions requirements for the selected second-degree pathway, in addition to maintaining a 3.0 grade point average within the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum.
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