FAQ

How do I sign my pharmacy up to take students?

How do I get to E*Value?

Click here to get to the E*Value homepage and main login screen.

How do I get my username and password for E*Value?

Click here to get to the E*Value login page.  Then select the Forgot Password link on the E*Value homepage.  You will then be prompted to enter your email address and the information will be emailed to you.

Have a question or a comment, please contact Melissa Theesfeld.

How to become a Clinical Instructor?

General Requirements

The following are the requirements to become a clinical instructor (preceptor) for the Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) School of Pharmacy experiential learning program:

  1. Licensed pharmacist for at least one year, or current pharmacy resident (or practicing pharmacist) who has participated in didactic instruction or skill based instruction (Applied Patient Care lab) on campus. This includes pharmacy residents participating in CUWSOP academic rotations and/or the Preparing Pharmacy Educator’s Experience.
  2. Pharmacist license is in good standing with the state Board of Pharmacy.
  3. Practice at your site for ≥ 6 months, or a current pharmacy resident participating in teaching activities on campus, as described in #1 above.
  4. Practice at your site for at least 32 hours per week or the majority of time if you have an atypical work schedule (check with the Dept of EE if you have questions).
  5. Clinical instructors will directly supervise and/or be responsible for all patient care activities provided by the PharmD students (e.g. provision of pharmacy services, drug information, communication of therapeutic plan to multidisciplinary team, interactions with patients)
  6. Clinical instructors should be willing to provide direction and feedback to students regarding non-patient care learning activities (e.g., journal clubs, presentations, written assignments, special projects). 
  7. Participate and remain up to date in the CUW Clinical Instructor training program.
  8. Complete evaluations, grading and other electronic documentation via E*Value in accordance with SOP deadlines. (training will be provided)
  9. Committed to helping students develop life-long learning, service to the community and service to others in the profession of pharmacy.
  10. Understand the CUW School of Pharmacy mission and vision.

Clinical Instructor Orientation and Training

Clinical instructors are expected to complete the applicable CUWSOP web-based training series prior to accepting the first student at your site. Access these modules.

Process to become a CUWSOP Clinical Instructor

  1. Your site must have an affiliation agreement with CUW SOP.  If you are unsure if your site does, check with your manager or contact Melissa Theesfeld.
  2. If you are interested in becoming a preceptor, complete our online application.
  3. Once you complete the application, you will be in our database.  We will contact you when we have possible student placements for your site.   
  4. When you are scheduled for a student, you can complete our online orientation modules, found on our Clinical Instructor Training Modules page.
  5. We will be in contact with you regarding future activities, including possible student placement.
  6. Contact our office with any questions!