Preceptor Development Series 2014
Preceptor Development is a web based program, consisting of 6 modules, designed to enhance the teaching and assessment skills of pharmacists serving as preceptors for pharmacy students.
The core values for pharmacist as a preceptor, as outlined in the Preceptor's Handbook for Pharmacists, 2005 include: professionalism, a desire to educate and share knowledge with students, the willingness to mentor, preceptor time commitment, respect for others, and the willingness to work with a diverse student population.
Trained, effective preceptors are crucial to the education of the pharmacy student. Through introductory and advanced pharmacy practices experience, schools and colleges of pharmacy look to pharmacists in all areas of practice to round out and enhance the didactic education of the pharmacy student.
This program is intended for all individuals serving as preceptors for any of the co-sponsoring institutions listed below, as well as any pharmacist wishing to enhance their professional competency to serve as a preceptor for pharmacy students.
Module 1: Structuring the Student's Experience(0.75 hr.)
Module 2: Assessment and Evaluation (1 hr.)
Module 3: Cultural Competency (0.75 hr.)
Module 4: Evaluation of Medical Literature (0.75 hr.)
Module 5: Achieving Synergy in Clinical Teaching (0.75 hr.)
Module 6: Professionalism (1 hr.)
Upon successful completion of the 6 modules, self-assessment and online evaluation, a total of 5.0 hours (0.50CEU) of ACPE approved continuing pharmacy education credit will be awarded. No partial credit will be given for individual modules.
All credit hours will be submitted to CPE Monitor and may be accessed by the pharmacist through their NABP eProfile.
If you are a preceptor for one of the schools, please contact the respective Director for Experience Programs to receive a unique coupon code for free registration. A $60 value!
Financial support for this program provided by:
financial and professional support was provided by the following organizations in the development of these programs: Auburn University School of Pharmacy, Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Samford University School of Pharmacy, South University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine School of Pharmacy, and The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy.
|Module 1: Structuring the Student’s Experience(details)||Included||0.75/0.075|
|Module 2: Assessment and Evaluation(details)||Included||1.0/0.1|
|Module 3: Cultural Competency(details)||Included||0.75/0.075|
|Module 4: Evaluating Medical Literature and Journal Clubs(details)||Included||0.75/0.075|
|Module 5: Achieving Synergy in Clinical Teaching(details)||Included||0.75/0.075|
|Module 6: Professionalism(details)||Included||1.0/0.1|