Course directors, students and staff who notice a significant change in behavior of a Pharm.D. student enrolled in the didactic curriculum in Chapel Hill should reach out to the Associate Director, Professional Program (Chapel Hill) or Assistant Director of Student Affairs (Asheville) to discuss the situation. Likewise, students struggling mentally or behaviorally may reach out the Associate Director (Chapel Hill) or Assistant Director (Asheville) to learn about support services available. For students enrolled in immersion experiences, concerns may be shared with the Director of Experiential Student and Career Services.
Any faculty, staff, preceptor, or student can also submit an Eshelman Care Referral when there is a suspected mental health or well-being concern. There is also an option for “self-referral” through the form if an individual student needs help and does not know where to start.