Flashcards in Ch 19 P 5.9 Summary of objectives for last year pharmacy students in the rural health clinic setting Deck (6)
Approved training area
A rural health clinic serving fewer than 30 patients per day (average) and more than 25 miles from an established system of healthcare. The site to be served must be approved by the Board and UNM College of Pharmacy.
A program of training as defined by the UNM College of Pharmacy and approved by the Board.
Accepted to serve as a clinic intern must be a pharmacy student in his last year prior to graduation who has completed all the didactic work in the College of Pharmacy.
The licensed pharmacist defined under Subsection H of 126.96.36.199 NMAC.
The intern in a clinic environment will be supervised by a preceptor approved by the College of Pharmacy of UNM. The preceptor is required to perform an on sight consultation and review with the intern assigned to that clinic once a week.