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Experiential Education

Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy

Preceptors support the experiential education program that provides approximately 30% of the college’s curriculum.  They help students learn to apply didactic knowledge in real-world settings.  In addition, preceptors model and encourage professionalism, empathy and compassion in patient care. 

Preceptor Benefits

1.  Adjunct faculty appointment 

2.  Access to the ETSU Quillen College of Medicine Library resources

3.  Access to many free continuing education programs and some deeply discounted continuing education programs

4.  Free access to Pharmacist’s Letter Preceptor Resource Network which offers a wealth of information to enhance the student’s experience

5.  Free access to CEI (Collaborative Education Institute) which provides continuing education specifically designed for preceptor development

 

Links:

Pharmacist’s Letter Preceptor Training & Resource Network

Pharmacist's Letter

ETSU Medical Library

E*Value

Preceptor Newsletter

 

Preceptor Development/Training Videos/Materials:

Evidence-Based Pharmacy Practice

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