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UK College of Pharmacy
Class of 2018
Early Orientation
May 23, 2014
Nicole Keenan, M.A.
Director of Student Success and Career Development
Academic Expectations &
Career Development: A
Prescription for Success
Kelly M. Smith, PharmD
Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs
Pharmacy
is
different.
Office of Academic and Student
Affairs
• Pre-pharmacy/Recruitment
• Admissions
• Academic Affairs
• Registration, rules, records, financial aid,
enrollment verifications
• Student Services
• Organizations, personal issues, student events,
career guidance
Pharmacy Dictionary
COP = College of Pharmacy
BPC = Room Prefixes
PY1 = Professional Year One
PPS = Pharmacy Practice and Science course
prefix
PHS = Pharmaceutical Sciences course prefix
GLR, IPPE, APPE, PCL, APhA, KAPS…
Academic Rules
• Any grade less than a “C” causes your record
to be reviewed by the Academic Performance
Committee
• Many courses do not include “D” options
• Unprofessional behavior causes your actions to
be reviewed by the Dean, Academic
Performance Committee, and a College
Behavioral Code Committee
• Pharmacy students adhere to an Honor Code
Tuition is payment for a chance
to “prove” you can “earn” a
degree.
Guiding Tools
• UK Student Rights and Responsibilities
• Health Care Colleges Behavioral Code
• College of Pharmacy
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Website
Student Handbook
Bulletin
Technical Standards
Criminal Background Check/Drug Screen
Honor Code / Academic Rules of the University
Academic Calendar
• Different start and stop dates than rest of UK
http://www.uky.edu/Registrar/AcademicCalendar.htm
• Weekend and evening BLOCK exams
• Off-campus experiential education
• Weekend involvement
• Housing & stipend if in AHEC Region
• Out of regular hours activities
• Last-minute schedule changes
• Annualized tuition and billing
Experiential Education
• PPS928 – Summer PY1
• Community environment; 4 weeks
• Pass/Fail grade options
• PPS948 – Summer PY2
• Hospital environment; 4 weeks
• Pass/Fail grade options
• PPS99X – Summer, Fall, Spring PY4
• Mixed environments; 6 weeks x 7
• Honors/Pass/Fail grade options
• Some elective areas of focus
11 semesters of study
Differentiating Yourself
13,247
10,988
12000
10000
8000
6,956
6000
4000
2000
0
3% of prior year’s
pharmacy
graduates
16% of prior year’s
pharmacy
graduates
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Number of Graduates
14000
Sources: AACP & ASHP Data; ACPE Projections (2010-3)
Advanced Pharmacotherapy
Gateway
MBA
MPA
Gerontology
Certificate
MPH
Maternal and Child
Health Certificate
MS Pharmaceutical
Sciences
Global Health
Summer Research
Certificate
Program
PhD
MSPAS
Public Health
Management Certificate
PharmD Dual Degree Programs
MBA
Master of Business Administration
MPA
Master of Public Administration
MPH
Master of Public Health
MSPAS
Master of Science in Physician Assistant
Studies
Master of Science in Pharmaceutical
Sciences
MSPS
PharmD Dual Degree Programs
• Independently operated by other UK units
through the Graduate School*
– Prerequisites
– Admissions tests
– Admissions process
– Courseload and course requirements
– Project requirements
*MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences under auspices of
College of Pharmacy
PharmD Dual Degree Programs
• Designed for simultaneous degree
completion
– MSPAS – graduation in August following 5 years
of full-time coursework
• 2 – 3 graduate courses each semester
– MSPAS – full-time PA student during 4th year +
integrated clinical rotations
• Dual degree courses satisfy the 8 elective
hours required for the PharmD degree
Graduate Certificate Programs
• Concentrated coursework in specific area of focus,
resulting in formal academic certificate
• Course credit requirements not as extensive as
graduate degree
• https://www.research.uky.edu/gs/CurrentStudents
/grad_cert.html
• Those that may appeal to Pharmacy students
include:
• Gerontology
• Global Health
• Maternal and Child Health
• Public Health Management
Advanced Pharmacotherapy
Gateway
Acceptance
Application required
• 2 recommendations from faculty members
Curriculum
Required Coursework:
• PPS 972
• Clinically-focused electives
• Scholarly project completion
• ~50% of APPE rotations at residency training sites
Program Focus
Preparation for postgraduate training (e.g.,
residencies, fellowships) in anticipation of advanced
clinical practice (e.g., clinical specialist) and faculty
employment
Summer Research Program (SRP)
Acceptance
Application required
http://pharmacy.mc.uky.edu/programs/graduate/srp.
php
Program
10 week, mentored, paid research experience
Poster presentation
*Slots are prioritized for MS Pharm Sci and undergrad
students
Program Tracks
Pharmaceutical Sciences (PS)
Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy (POP)
Educational Approach
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Self-directed
High expectations
Mutual respect
Preparation to
become a healthcare
professional
Make decisions that
affect patients’ lives
Curriculum
• Combination of foundation knowledge and
clinical skills
• Heavy grounding in science
• Large and small group learning approaches
• Increasing rigor and complexity
• #alwaysbelearning
Personal Tips
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Communicate
Seek help and ask questions
Meet with faculty
Plan ahead
Check UK email account at least daily
Be Professional
• Punctual, prepared, neat, organized,
responsible
• Foster mutual respect
• School is now your job
Personal Tips
• Take advantage of opportunities
• Work with us to help you get the most out
of your education
Remove distractions
Personal Tips
Commit to making daily deposits,
rather than
in your
professional bank account.
Vows of a Pharmacy Student
I realize what an important opportunity
pharmacy school is for me.
I realize it is impossible to cram for exams and
perform well in pharmacy school.
I realize it is impossible to miss sleep and
perform well in pharmacy school.
I realize it is impossible to miss class and
perform well in pharmacy school.
Therefore, I vow to:
Attend class.
Study every day.
Eliminate distractions.
Eat healthy meals.
Exercise regularly.
Maintain a healthy sleep schedule.
Do all these things, especially during block exams.
I will remember and uphold these vows.
Invest yourself, not just your
money, in these four years.
“What I wish I knew…”
Sarah Stump
PharmD Candidate 2016
• RELAX! ENJOY!
• Make sure that you have a home
– Roommate match-up sheet
• Make sure that you have filed the appropriate
paperwork for loans
– UK Financial Aid Office (Funkhouser Building)
• Make time to review your summer homework material
for the first day (calculations assignment, medical
terminology, common reading experience, etc.)
• Apply for an Intern license with the KY Board of
Pharmacy
• Don’t wait too long before getting your immunizations
– Ex. Hepatitis B is a 3 series shot!
• Invite your family and friends to the Class of 2018
White Coat Ceremony on Friday, August 15!
• Turning Point Clicker
– Kennedy’s Bookstore
• Lock
• Printer/Copier
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Cheap ink!
Refillable cartridges
2-sided print option
Laser printer
USB Drive
5-function calculator
Sterile gown, scrubs
Parking pass, if necessary
Reliable alarm clock
Textbook list*
• Purchase large binders for a whole block
– Don’t try to carry 7 small binders
• Make folders for each course on your
desktop
• File your notes back after every block
– This makes life much easier during finals
– File cabinet or binders
• Planners are necessary
• Every day
• “Professional Dress”
– Patient Care Labs
– Non-sterile Compounding Labs
– Specialized Patient Encounters
• Scrubs
– Sterile Compounding Labs
• Be smart with your loan money
• Get a roommate and look for cheap rent
• Talk to your local bank
– Budget planning
– Student account services
• Bring your own lunch (with utensils)
– Microwaves available
• Utilize your laptop for notes to save money on
ink and paper
• Stock up on groceries before blocks
• Johnson Athletic Center
– Free for students!
– Fitness classes
– Trainers
• Working
– If you plan to work, be sure to plan your
schedule ahead to accommodate block
weekends
• Find your “me” time
• Celebrate after finishing a round of block
exams
• Always carry a spare set of batteries for ARS
clickers and calculators
• Don’t blow off your first set of blocks
• Leave your white coat, Drug Information
Handbook, and other references in your locker
• Get involved in something you enjoy doing
• Get to know as many of your classmates as you
can
• Back up your computer often
• Networking opportunities are endless
• Time management is key
• Keep a healthy perspective
Student Organizations
Seth Profitt
PharmD Candidate 2017
[email protected]
What is SAC?
• Student Advisory Council
• Composed of student leaders.
• Forum for the students to express their
thoughts and concerns for the College.
Organizations
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KAPS – APhA, ASHP, NCPA
Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS)
Kappa Psi
Student National Pharmaceutical
Association (SNPhA)
• Christian Pharmacist Fellowship
International (CPFI)
• Rho Chi Society
• Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS)
Importance of Involvement
• Improve your Professionalism and
Leadership Skills
• Networking
• Volunteer Opportunities
• Build Relationships
Timothy S. Tracy, RPh, PhD
Dean of the College of Pharmacy
Experiential Education
Dr. Anne Policastri
Director, Experiential Education Program
Clinical Assistant Professor,
Dept. of Pharmacy Practice and Science
Experiential Education
Rotations
– IPPE I: PPS 928 Community Pharmacy Experience
– IPPE II: PPS 948 Hospital Pharmacy Experience
– APPE: PPS 991, 992, 993, 994, 995, 996
Requirements
– Kentucky Pharmacy Intern Registration form
• May count intern hours once accepted to College of Pharmacy
• Read Intern information on Kentucky Board of Pharmacy
website http://pharmacy.ky.gov/interninfo.htm
– Drug Screenings
– Background Checks
– Immunizations
• Begin Hepatitis B series by August 2014 to complete on time.
• Do not get TB test prior to August 15, 2014 due to expiration
during IPPE 2015
Experiential Education
IPPE I FAQs
Locations?
• Kentucky only for IPPE
• Various locations across the state
Housing options?
• Housing is the responsibility of the student
pharmacist
• AHEC has housing available in rural areas across the
state
2015 IPPE I Tentative Dates
• May 11-June 5, 2015
– (or could be May 4-29, 2015)
• July 20-August 13, 2015
– Please do not plan major events or vacations
during these dates.
– If there is a pre-existing conflict, notify Dr. Divine
immediately
– You should know your IPPE I assignment
on/about March 1st
Experiential Education-Contact
• Office of Experiential Education: 859-218-1308
• Holly Divine, Pharm.D., BCACP, CGP, CDE, FAPhA
– Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience
Coordinator
– 859-323-9332; Office 114W
– [email protected]
• Anne Policastri, Pharm.D., MBA, FKSHP
– Director of Experiential Education/Advanced
Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator
– 859-323-0893; Office 114U
– [email protected]
Center for Interprofessional HealthCare Education,
Research and Practice (CIHERP)
• The Center is composed of administrators, faculty, staff, and
students from the Offices of the Provost and the Executive
Vice President of Health Affairs and from the colleges of
Communications, Dentistry, Health Sciences, Law,
Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, and Social
Work who share the vision that University of Kentucky will
lead U.S. universities and academic medical centers in
developing, validating and promoting interprofessional
education and care models that improve patient and
population health
Common Interprofessional
Assignment
Awakenings
with Robert De Niro and Robin Williams
Introduction to the Patient Care
Laboratory Sequence
Mikael Jones, PharmD, BCPS
Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science
Goal of the Patient Care Laboratory
• A 6-course laboratory sequence (PPS 919 – 969)
designed to assist you in developing the skills needed to
fulfill the professional and technical responsibilities
associated with the practice of pharmacy
– Provide patient care
– Oversee the medication-use system
– Promote health improvement, wellness and disease
prevention
Goal of the Patient Care Laboratory
• By the end of the 6-course laboratory
sequence, you will have the skills and
knowledge to provide patient-centered care
in a manner consistent with the Department
of Pharmacy Practice and Science’s
“Philosophy of Practice”
The Philosophy of Practice
• The pharmacist:
– assumes a defined responsibility for the patients under
his/her direct care
– accepts responsibility for his/her patients need for
expertise in reducing individual medication-related
morbidity and mortality, and assumes overall
responsibility for patient care in collaboration with
other health care professionals
– addresses all of his/her patients’ medication-related
needs using a patient-centered approach
– approaches each individual patient in such a way as to
establish a caring therapeutic one-on-one relationship
Example PCL Activities
• Direct Patient Care
• Professional
Communication
– Interview and counseling
– Physical Assessment
– Immunization
– Laboratory value
Interpretation
• Sterile and non-sterile
product compounding
– Drug information
requests
– Documentation of Care
– Interacting with other
healthcare providers
• Prescription/order
assessment and
dispensing
Key Laboratory Policies
• Professionalism
• Professional Dress
• Attendance/Punctuality
Professionalism
• Our expectations of you
– Be on time
– Be prepared
– Be respectful
– Meet deadlines
– Take responsibility for your learning and your
behavior
– Learn for participation in a life-long career, not
to pass a test!
Professionalism
• Our commitment to you
– Provide the highest quality educational
experience
– Work with you to assist your learning
– Be respectful of you
Professional Dress
• Why is it important?
– You are entering a profession
– You will come in contact with patients and
other professionals
– When you look professional, your behavior is
more likely to be professional
Professional Dress
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Students will maintain a clean, neat appearance at all
times
Avoid extremes in hairstyles, cosmetics and jewelry
Earrings are permitted
Nose rings, eyebrow rings and other visible piercings are
not permitted in lab
A professor may set forth additional standards of attire in
his or her syllabus
If a faculty member deems a student's attire
inappropriate, according to established policy, the student
will be notified privately outside of class and asked to
correct the problem
Professional Dress
• White lab coat must be worn during all lab
activities
• Additional requirements include dress shirts and
ties, sweaters or turtlenecks for men and
appropriate dress clothes for women
• Jeans and open-toe shoes may not be worn in the
lab
• Some laboratory activities may require the
removal of jewelry, nail polish and excessively
long fingernails
Attendance/Punctuality
• Important component of professionalism
– Better to learn now than later when entering
the workforce!
• Students are expected to arrive on time for
all lab activities
• Attendance at all lab activities is mandatory
and non-negotiable
Summer Assignments – Math
• Why are they necessary?
– To assist you in achieving success in the PY1
year
– Pharmacy calculations is an integral part of PPS
919 – Patient Care Laboratory I
– Reviewing basic math skills will prepare you for
PY1 calculations and improve your math
background
Summer Assignments – Math
• Textbook - Pharmaceutical Calculations, 4th edition by Joel
L. Zatz, 2005
• Assignment: Read and work through the following:
– Chapter 1 – General Principles of Calculations
• Work through page 8 (only up to “Estimation:
Rounding…”) and accompanying review problems
at end of chapter
– Chapter 2 - Units, Weighing and Measuring
• Work through page 38 (only up to “Class A
Prescription or Torsion Balance…”) and
accompanying review problems at end of chapter
– Appendix 1
– Appendix 7
Summer Assignments – Med Term
• Why are they necessary?
– A basic understanding of medical terminology
is important for solving simple patient
problems and reviewing patient records as part
of PY1 lab sessions
– Additional chapters in the text will be assigned
throughout the subsequent years as organ
systems are taught in other courses
Summer Assignments – Med Term
• Textbook - Medical Terminology: A Programmed
Learning Approach to the Language of Health
Care by Marjorie Canfield Willis, 2nd edition, 2007
• Assignment: Read and work through the
following:
– Chapter 1- Basic Term Components
– Appendix A – Glossary of Prefixes,
Suffixes, and Combining Forms
– Appendix B – Abbreviations and
Symbols
Math and Med Term Summer
Assessment
• Will be given your first day of class (tentative)
• Students are required to pass the assessments
during the fall semester as a course requirement
for PPS 919
• One additional opportunity to pass these
assessments may provided during the fall
semester for students who do not pass the first
attempt. You will be required to complete
additional remedial work.
– Do not rely on remediation as a way to “pass”, it will be
more difficult to prepare for the assessment while
taking a full course load
FAQs for Summer Assessment
• For the assessment you will have during the
first week of class,
– simply convert 1 ounce (weight or volume) to 30
grams or 30 milliliters, respectively.
– You do not have to use or worry about
significant figures for this
assessment. Therefore, please disregard any
information about significant figures in your
assignments. The fundamental rules of
rounding will suffice for your assessment and
this course.
FAQs for Summer Assessment
• For the assessment you will have during the
first week of class,
– you need to know how to convert from one unit
of measurement to another, etc., therefore,
knowing conversion factors and how to apply
them will be in your best interest.
– No references or conversion factors will be given
to you on the assessment.
– you need to know all the prefixes, suffices,
combining forms, terms, and respective
meanings assigned.
FAQs for Summer Assessment
• Q: How many questions will be on the
assessment?
– A: 40 multiple choice questions (20 math, 20
medical terminology)
• Q: How much time will be allotted for the
assessment?
– A: 60 minutes
• Q: Can I use a calculator?
– A: Yes. A non-programmable calculator may be
used, but not shared.
QUESTIONS?
NEXT STEPS
Group Photo
The Amazing Pharmacy Race
Lunch
Details>>>>>>>
NAME
ROOM
Orb
GLR 121
Gallant Fox
GLR 125
Omaha
GLR 131
Sir Barton
GLR 135
War Admiral
GLR 141
Secretariat
GLR 145
NAME
Whirlaway
Count Fleet
Seattle Slew
Alysheba
Smarty Jones
Affirmed
Mine That Bird
ROOM
GLR 151
GLR 157
GLR 236
BPC 214D
BPC 370
BPC 387
BPC 114
Next Steps
1. When group is called, report to room.
2. Deposit personal belongings, then
immediately report to Atrium
staircase for group picture.
3. Return to group room to begin
Amazing Pharmacy Race.
4. At conclusion of Race, return to
atrium for lunch.
– Eat with your group.
Housing
Mr. Tony Blanton
Director, Off-Campus Student Services
Off Campus Housing
http://www.uky.edu/StudentAffairs/OCSS
Financial Aid
http://www.uky.edu/FinancialAid/
Mr. David Prater
Assistant Director,
Student Financial Aid
Student Financial Aid Office
127 Funkhouser Building
Lexington, KY 40506-0054
859-257-3172
fax: 859-257-4398
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm
SFA Counselor Assignment
859/257-3172
Name Beginning with:
Your counselor is:
Extension:
A–B
Amy Stiltner
[email protected]
81267
C–D
Lexie Foellger
[email protected]
81764
E – Ha
Sherry Rowe
[email protected]
81293
Hb – K
Beth Mekus
[email protected]
81263
L–M
Lynda Green
[email protected]
81301
N–R
Stephen Furnish
[email protected]
81430
S–T
Kaarla Stamper
[email protected]
81432
U–W
Lisa Knight
[email protected]
David Prater
[email protected]
81284
X–Z
76554
• http://www.fafsa.ed.gov
http://MyUk.uky.edu
Check financial aid awards and missing
items, class schedule, update addresses, set
up Direct Deposit, etc.
Estimated Cost 2014-2015
Tuition & Fees
Room & Board
Books & Supplies
Travel
Personal
Loan Origination
TOTAL
IN- STATE
$26,448
$12,294
$1000
$944
$2,652
$162
$43,500
OUT-OF-STATE
$48,028
$12,294
$1000
$1278
$2,738
$162
$65,500
Types of Loans
• Federal Perkins – 5% interest, need based,
must apply by March 15 priority.
• Federal Direct Unsubsidized – 6.21%
interest, $33,000 per year maximum
• Federal Grad/PLUS – 7.21% interest, may
borrow up to costs, must pass credit check
Types of Aid
• Health Profession Loan – must give parents
information on FAFSA to be considered. This
does not effect consideration for other
loans. Must apply by March 15 priority. 5%
interest.
What To Do
• Award notification will be emailed in June.
• Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized loans
of $33,000 will be offered. Accept online.
Complete entrance counseling and
promissory note at www.studentloans.gov
• Federal Grad/PLUS – may borrow up to cost.
Must go to www.studentloans.gov to apply.
Credit check will be done. Sign this
promissory note also.
Billing
• Fall Tuition charges will be emailed July 30.
Due date August 22.
• Bill will reflect any aid accepted.
• Aid in excess of charges will be given as a
refund. You must set up Direct Deposit. This
is done on your MyUK > my info
Early Orientation
Class of 2018
Small Group Sessions
Have roster photo taken- BPC 152
Visit organization tables
White Coat fitting- BPC 170
Visit organization tables
 Small Group Discussions-Assigned room
Student Affairs
http://pharmacy.mc.uky.edu/programs/prepharm/recacc.php
PY1 Fall 2014 Courses
Course
Course Name
Course Director
PPS 910-001
Intro Pharmacy Practice
Dr. Ken Roberts
PHS 911-001
Physiology I
Dr. Kimberly Nixon
PHS 912-001
Physiological Chemistry I
Dr. Steven Van Lanen
PPS 913-001
Antibiotics
Dr. Kenneth Record
PHS 914-001
Pharmaceutics &
Biopharmaceutics
Dr. Younsoo Bae
PPS 916-001
OTC I
Dr. Holly Divine
PPS 919-001
Patient Care Lab I
Dr. Melanie Mabins
Week At a Glance
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday
LAB*
8:00 AM
PPS 919
9:00 AM
PPS 919
10:00 AM
11:00 AM
PPS 916
PPS 919
PPS 919 LD
PPS 916
PPS 919
Friday
12:00 PM
Convocation
1:00 PM
PHS 911
PHS 911
PHS 911
PPS 919
PHS 911
2:00 PM
PPS 910
PPS 910
PHS 912
PPS 919
PPS 910
3:00 PM
PHS 912
PHS 912
PPS 913
PPS 919
PPS 913
4:00 PM
PHS 914
PPS 913
PHS 914
PPS 919
PHS 914
*Each student will be assigned a 2-hr lab section
Course Registration / Billing
• UKY email address account must first be
established
• Mid June
– Target date for course registration completion
– Target date for financial aid account and
package notification
• Registration triggers a tuition bill, which will
have an August due date
Residency
Kentucky resident? / Non-Kentucky resident?
http://www.uky.edu/registrar/residency
Shelley Duncklee, Residency Officer
Admissions & Registrar Office
[email protected]
257-3256
Pharmacy Scholarships
• Incoming student scholarship applications
will be made available by early June
• Online application, likely with a 7-10 day
deadline for completion
• Additional scholarship opportunities for
upperclassmen
– Academic achievement
– Career interests
Computing
• Computer requirement
http://pharmacy.mc.uky.edu/depts/it/recommendations.php
• On-campus support
http://pharmacy.mc.uky.edu/depts/it/mobile.php
• Printing access in BPC
– Wireless public printers in student kitchen (near
lockers)
– Fee-for-service
– Set-up details during August orientation
Audience Response Card (Clicker)
• Required purchase - Product ID: RFC-03
– Turning Technologies Online Store
• http://store.turningtechnologies.com/
• School Code: 8oej (eight, lower case o e & j )
– UK or Kennedy’s Bookstore
• Older model (RCRF-01) is incompatible
– Check P/N code on back
of clicker to determine
unit ID
• RCRF_02 is compatible
http://store.turningtechnologies.com/
UK Account Activation
http://www.uky.edu/UKHome/subpages/linkblue.html
• You will receive an email instructing you when,
what, where, and how to activate your account
• Target date - early June
E-mail Policy
• Once you have a UKY email address, you are
advised to NOT forward mail to another
address (gmail, yahoo, etc.)
• Questions or requests sent to the COP from
outside addresses (Gmail, yahoo, etc.) will
not be answered as user identity cannot be
verified.
Before Classes Start
• Complete homework assignments
– Medical terminology, math
– HIPAA and bloodborne pathogen training*
• Get a “Wildcard” student ID and Medical
Center ID*
• Purchase
– Textbooks - check Recently Accepted website for
textbook details
– Sterile gown and scrubs
– Clicker
*Details to follow over the summer
Before Classes Start
• CPR training - must meet requirements of the
American Heart Association
– Submit documentation by September 5, 2015
• Immunizations – begin Hepatitis B series
– All immunizations must be completed and documentation
submitted by January 5, 2015
• Physical or Learning Disability documentation
– Must be evaluated by UK Disability Resource
Center
http://www.uky.edu/StudentAffairs/DisabilityResourceCenter/
– Documentation submitted to COP by August 20,
2014
Summer Communication
Future Events
Orientation
• August 13-15
White Coat Ceremony
• Friday, August 15 6:00pm-8:00pm
• Singletary Arts Center
Evaluations
https://uky.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bJE9doLOF5nLjlX
Thank you!
We look forward to seeing you in August! Have
a great summer!

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