Term: 15 months
The Anatomy, Physiology & Histology Course/Lab Instructor reports to the Associate Director, Curriculum and to the Administrative Officer. The position’s primary responsibility is to contribute to the planning and delivery of the anatomy, physiology & histology lectures and to design, implement and maintain the School’s anatomy, physiology & histology labs (PHARM 110 and 111). This position requires an individual who has extensive teaching experience at the undergraduate and professional school levels in the areas of anatomy, physiology, histology and education. The Instructor ensures that pharmacy students are receiving the knowledge of human anatomy, physiology & histology necessary to provide a critical foundation for their future clinical experiences as pharmacists. The Instructor also ensures that pharmacy students acquire the basic learning theories and practices that pharmacists use as educators of specific audiences, such as patients, colleagues, and other healthcare providers. In addition, the incumbent takes a lead role in Teaching Assistant development and assisting with development of external community based programming. The incumbent works closely with faculty and staff members who are teaching related courses to ensure that material and skill development is appropriately coordinated. The Instructor is responsible for the training and oversight of the graduate students who act as Teaching Assistants for PHARM 110 and 111 and participates in research, publishing and presenting findings in the areas of physiology, anatomy & histology in teaching. The Course/Lab Instructor will also participate in School of Pharmacy committees and other activities as assigned.
5 days per week January through August; 4 days per week September through December
A Systems Approach to the Study of the Human Body (PHARM 110 & 111)
Teaching Assistant (TA) Workshops