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On-Demand Precepting Webinars

Activities are listed chronologically, with the most recent releases listed first. Please review all activities to find those most applicable to you and your practice!

   

       

Establishing an Effective Experiential Rotation when Precepting Student Pharmacists in a Community Pharmacy Setting

Serving as a preceptor to student pharmacists on an experiential rotation can be a professionally rewarding experience as it provides the opportunity to shape future pharmacists.  However, it can be a challenging task to incorporate student pharmacists into the community practice setting while providing them with an experience that also fulfills their curriculum requirements.  This program will provide community pharmacists with the tools necessary to serve as an effective preceptor and establish an effective experiential rotation.  Topics reviewed will include the 4 preceptor roles, creating a rotation syllabus and calendar, incorporating student pharmacists into practice site responsibilities, and delivering valuable feedback.

Target Audience: Community pharmacists

CE Credit: 1 hour

Presenter: Angelo J. Greco, PharmD, Clinical Administrative Pharmacist and Adjunct Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Duquesne University, Mylan School of Pharmacy and Giant Eagle Pharmacy

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Precepting: Connect, Collaborate, and Care with Students

Looking to enhance your rotation? Want to become a preceptor? This program was designed to discuss the ACPE requirements for Experiential Education and also the skills necessary for effective precepting. This program will uncover the many ways to build an effective learning experience and provide insight to precepting. The presentation will focus on the benefits of precepting for preceptors, students, community pharmacists, and the profession of pharmacy as a whole. Ultimately, the presentation will ensure that each preceptor prepares a student pharmacist to enter practice or his/her next level of training.

Target Audience: All pharmacists and preceptors

CE Credit: 1 hour

Presenter: Katherine A. Sulkowski, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist, Gateway Health Plan®, Rite Aid Pharmacy

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Stop Drinking Water from a Fire Hose: Utilizing Simple Technologies to Improve Experiential Learning

For some students, the rotation you precept may be the student’s first experience in that practice venue. In addition to learning where to park, where the restrooms are, and how the institution is laid out, students also have to learn pharmacy “stuff”. This can be overwhelming for a student, and negatively impact their learning. The use of simple, easily available technologies or processes may assist the student in getting up-to-speed in a more enjoyable, effective manner. The utilization of rotation pre-assessments and quizzes, platforms such as Dropbox, and planned sessions revolving around case-based games help the student gain experience, confidence, and competence.  This presentation will provide recommendations and suggestions in providing a more fulfilling experience through the use of technology, resulting in increased performance and enjoyment for both preceptor and student.

Target Audience: All pharmacists who act as preceptors for rotations involving pharmacy students

CE Credit: 1 hour

Presenter: Lawrence Carey, PharmD, Associate Chair and Associate Professor, Temple University School of Pharmacy

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Effectively Precepting Millennial Pharmacy Students

The purpose of this program is for preceptors to gain a comfort level to be able to understand students on rotation so that they can relate to their educational and developmental needs more successfully and be more effective preceptors.  As a foundation to becoming a good preceptor, it is essential for preceptors to appreciate the unique learning characteristics of the current generation of millennial pharmacy students.   It is equally imperative for preceptors to accept that their student’s learning styles may differ from their own and be willing to adapt to that change when necessary.   Important educational strategies for millennial students that will be addressed include enhancing student-preceptor communication, providing appropriate feedback, and engaging students by providing structured active-learning.  Understanding students on rotation will allow preceptors to relate to their educational and developmental needs more successfully and ultimately become more effective preceptors.

Target Audience: All pharmacists

CE Credit: 1 hour

Presenter: Angela Nace, PharmD, Field Coordinator of Experiential Education, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Jefferson School of Pharmacy

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From Bobsleds to Yoda, Developing Preceptor and Mentoring Skills through Study of Popular Films

Precepting pharmacy students can be a rewarding experience for pharmacists.  At times though, many wish to carry this relationship beyond the confines of a rotation or experience; this can be a difficult goal to attain.  Traditionally, reflections of modern life are portrayed through film and as such can serve as a valuable learning tool.  Exploring the dynamics of various mentor/mentee relationships in film and how they fit the common roles of a preceptor can lend to incorporating these skills in the clinical setting.

Target Audience: All pharmacists who precept students or wish to start precepting students

CE Credit: 1 hour

Presenter: Thomas Franko, PharmD, BCACP, Assistant Professor, Wilkes University Nesbitt School of Pharmacy

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