Pre-Rotation Documentation (Post-Enrollment)
Further Requirements for Students
Pharmacy Intern License
To participate in rotation activities, a student must be a registered pharmacy intern. A copy of the student's intern license must be submitted to the Director of Experiential Programs prior to the start of rotations. Each student must comply with Arizona Pharmacy Rules and Statutes, including notifying the Arizona State Board of Pharmacy of change of mailing address within ten days
Students completing rotations out of state must obtain required registration in that state and comply with intern regulations of that state.
Students must have their intern license with them when reporting to a rotation site.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training
All students must have CPR certification in accordance with the curriculum of the American Heart Association for Healthcare Providers. Documentation must be provided to the Director of Experiential Programs before the start of the first rotation, and maintained current throughout participation in IPPE and APPE rotation experiences.
HIPAA Compliance Certification
All students must have certification regarding application of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Courses are arranged by the college for students preparing for IPPE and APPE rotations each year.
Bloodborne Pathogens Safety
Students must observe infectious disease prevention policies of the rotation site as well as Universal Precautions to prevent contact with blood and other potentially infectious materials.
Prior to rotations, students must complete Blood Borne Pathogen Safety training presented by the UA Department of Risk Management. Students also receive an "AHSC Prompt Medical Attention Card" with instructions to follow in the event of a blood/bodily fluid exposure .
Site Specific Requirements
In addition to the above items, rotation sites may have additional paperwork and requirements (i.e. additional background checks, drug screening, site orientations, etc.) for students to complete in order to register into the site. Students should contact their preceptors or the student coordinator at an upcoming rotation site at least two weeks prior to the start of a scheduled rotation in order to find out what the site needs.
Information about Health Screening (immunizations, antibody titers, TB testing), Health Insurance and Fingerprint Clearance are detailed at Documentation Information (Pre-Enrollment).