Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, in conjunction with UNC Eshelman and Wingate University Schools of Pharmacy, has developed an online preceptor training program. The program provides 1.5 hours of ACPE knowledge-based continuing education credit and is available at no cost to our students' preceptors.
We're pleased to announce that Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences has made special arrangements to provide you with Preceptor Training & Resource Network from Pharmacist's Letter.
Here's what your access to Preceptor Training & Resource Network includes:
- Access to Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences' preceptor requirements, preceptor application forms, school-specific training modules, etc.
- Preceptor CE (home-study courses and live webinars)
- Sample student syllabi, activities, assignments, and schedules
- Orientation, grading, and evaluation tools
- Targeted professionalism, patient safety, and practice-based teaching resources
- PL Journal Club (APPE teaching tools)
- Pharmacy 101 (IPPE teaching tools)
- End-of-rotation exams
- Preceptors Interact preceptor discussion board
Here's how to set up your access:
If you already have access to Pharmacist's Letter, it's important that you follow the link below to login. This will ensure that you get Preceptor Training CE and other tools included in Preceptor Training & Resource Network added to your subscription.
If you don't have access to Pharmacist's Letter, you need to set up a Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Preceptor CE ID #. Your CE ID # will be automatically created and you'll be able to use it from any Internet-connected computer to access Preceptor Training & Resource Network.
Darcy Meade, Pharmacist's Letter