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Pharmacy Precepting Books
The Effective Pharmacy Preceptor by
Preceptor development is a topic rarely covered in pharmacy education, although pharmacists across the country are routinely asked to give back to their profession by precepting student and resident learners. Resources exist to help preceptors gain the skills and understand the theories of experiential education, but they are scattered across numerous sources, presented in an academic tone, or not comprehensive in nature. As such, the quality of precepting can vary significantly from practitioner to practitioner. Designed to serve as a user's guide for new and experienced preceptors of both residents and experiential students, The Effective Pharmacy Preceptor offers insight to common precepting scenarios and is organized by the timeline and tasks associated with a resident or student's experience.
Publication Date: 2017-02-01
Getting Started As a Pharmacy Preceptor by
Unlike the many materials and workshops that train preceptors in teaching strategies, Getting Started as a Pharmacy Preceptor walks you through the practical and interpersonal aspects of precepting, from deciding if it's the right role for you to handling difficult situations. Tapping his personal experience and lessons learned from two decades directing experiential education programs, author Randell Doty shares his insights as if he were talking with you over a cup of coffee. In addition to chapters on shaping your rotation, making the most of your site's strengths, and providing student feedback, the book presents eight case studies that examine ways to overcome common student problems. Getting Started as a Pharmacy Preceptor helps you set realistic expectations and equips you with the core knowledge to step into a precepting role with confidence. Key Features: *Nine lively chapters to help you launch an effective precepting experience and deal with issues such as low motivation and generational differences. *Eight case studies with tips for dealing with student problems, including language deficits, lack of focus, inappropriate behavior, and academic dishonesty.*An accessible, easy-to-digest format with examples, illustrated scenarios, and lists of key points.
Publication Date: 2011-03-01
Letters from Pharmacy Preceptors by
"The Work will be led by Co-Editors Joshua Raub, Sara J. White, and Cathy Walker. It will be comprised of 22 letters from successful pharmacy preceptors in various types of practice roles and organizations. Contributors would be drawn from various aspects of health-system pharmacy practice (clinical, informatics, leadership, ambulatory, etc.) as well as academia, corporate, and federal service, etc., and include winners of the ASHP Residency Excellence award that recognizes the achievements of residency programs and practitioners who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in the training of pharmacy residents. In addition to reflecting on their experiences, the contributors will be asked to share what has inspired them to be preceptors and the rewards of service to learners"--
Publication Date: 2019-11-01
Preceptor's Handbook for Pharmacists by
"This will be a much-needed fourth edition of our successful Preceptor's Handbook for Pharmacists, Third Edition. It will significantly update all of the existing chapters, and expand content to address current challenges and issues impacting preceptors, including material on the onboarding process, wellness and resiliency, misconduct and inappropriate behaviors, teaching across diverse student populations, and ethics. In the years since the third edition was published, fundamental changes have occurred that make a new edition of this book necessary. ACPE has updated its requirements for experiential education once, and is in the process of updating them for a second time now, to be published in July 2015. In addition to ACPE's changes, the practice of pharmacy has changed since 2014, both in terms of the pharmacist's role and practice environments. By addressing these changes, and the preceptor's direct role in shaping new pharmacists for the future, we will be able to offer a book that is even more valuable than the previous edition"--
Publication Date: 2019-11-01
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