To provide an opportunity to enhance teaching skills through practical training and actual hands on teaching experience both in the university setting as well as the clinical practice setting. A focus will be placed on both classroom and clinical practice teaching/precepting. Participants of the program should feel comfortable with designing and implementing educational programs within the clinical practice environment, as well as gain adequate exposure to consider if a career in academia is desired. The Teaching Certificate is awarded to participants that successfully complete the program requirements.
The Colorado Pharmacy Residency Teaching Certificate Program is intended for pharmacists with an interest in classroom teaching, occasional lecturing and/or precepting of students. Participants do not have to be committed to a career path targeting full time academia.
Dr. Wettergreen is a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at UCHealth Lone Tree Primary Care. Clinical pharmacy services at this site primarily consists of implementing population health management initiatives and providing pharmacotherapy consultations. Dr. Wettergreen’s clinical areas of interest include diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, pain management, and safe medication use.