Provide innovative pharmacological teaching of M.D. students during their preclinical curriculum (Foundations of Clinical Practice phase), specifically involved in collaborative curricular design and teaching of basic science content related to pharmacology (e.g., pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, integration with physiology and pathophysiology). Collaborate with the faculty lead for the clinical curriculum (Doctoring phase) to provide assistance as needed with development and delivery of clinically oriented pharmacology content. The successful candidate will serve as a clinical faculty in the Department of Geriatrics, with responsibilities as both a clinical educator and clinician in departmental activities in the team-based care of older adults.
Doctorate of Pharmacy from an ACPE-accredited institution
1-3 years teaching experience
Completion of PGY1 residency or minimum of three (3) years of clinical practice experience
Board certified or completion of board certification within two (2) years of hire Assistant Professor level candidates must meet all requirements above
Associate Professor level candidates must meet all requirements for Assistant Professor, have at least five years experience as an Assistant Professor meet all Associate Professor Promotion requirements: https://medicine.wright.edu/faculty-and-clinical-affairs/faculty-promotion
Experience with innovative curricular and instructional designs
Experience teaching at a medical school
Essential Functions and percent of time::
(70%) Provide pharmacological teaching during the pre-clinical curriculum using active teaching principles. Work in conjunction with the Foundations Vice Chair, Doctoring Vice Chair and Faculty Lead for the Doctoring pharmacology curriculum to determine pharmacological content in the MD curriculum. Serve on various curriculum committees and potentially oversee select courses within the Foundations phase.
(20%) Provide geriatric pharmacologic clinical teaching and care as a core faculty member in the Department of Geriatrics. The both activities will involve being a core member of the department's interprofessional team teaching undergraduate and postgraduate learners and caring for older adults.
(10%) Collaborate with the faculty lead for the Doctoring pharmacology curriculum to provide assistance as needed with development and delivery of clinical-oriented pharmacology content.
Travel between teaching sites may be required.
Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
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