Online Preceptor Development Modules

The Experiential Learning Program is proud to make several new online preceptor training modules to members of the Academy of Preceptors.

These modules, delivered by School of Pharmacy faculty and preceptors are intended to provide both new and experienced preceptors an overview of the School’s experiential learning program and best practices in precepting pharmacy students. Pharmacists may receive continuing education credit for several of these modules.

Mandatory Modules:

Introduction to the Experiential Learning Program (Mandatory)
Mark Brueckl, BSPharm, RPh, MBA
Provides an overview of the experiential learning program at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. This module is NOT ELIGIBLE for CE credit.

The following activities are eligible for ACPE credit. Please review specific details to access the content below by downloading the corresponding activity announcements.

The Pharmacists' Patient Care Process (Mandatory)
Mark Brueckl, BSPharm, RPh, MBA
Identifies the importance and key steps of the Pharmacists' Patient Care Process and helps viewers understand key practices of what pharmacists do using the Pharmacists' Patient Care Process as well as the need to teach the Pharmacists' Patient Care Process in experiential education.

Update on the Doctor of Pharmacy Accreditation Standards 2016 (Mandatory)
Agnes Ann Feemster, PharmD, BCPS
Describes the differences between IPPE and APPE, and identifies preceptor qualifications and expectations.

Providing Constructive Feedback
Dr. Jason Noel
Discusses the importance and various methods for providing feedback on student performance.

Additional Modules:

The following activities are also eligible for ACPE credit. Please review specific details to access the content below by downloading the corresponding activity announcements.

Developing Effective Teaching Strategies in Experiential Learning
Dr. Mary Lynn McPherson
An overview on adult learning principles applied to experiential learning.

Analyzing a Case
Dr. David Roffman
Provides a method for identifying pertinent data in patient cases to impact therapeutic decision making.

Modeling and Coaching Students in Practice
Dr. Cherokee Layson-Wolf
Discusses adapting various preceptor roles to the level of the student.

ACPE Credit Information:

After viewing the module in its entirety, participants must complete a post-test with a score of 100 percent and complete an activity evaluation in order to receive credit.

A link to the post-test and activity evaluation may be found within the browser window containing the presentation. This web link must be copied and pasted into a new browser window at the completion of the presentation in order to access the post-test and activity evaluation.

A record of CE completion will be posted to the participant's CPE Monitor Profile within 60 days of completion of the activity.

We hope that you find these modules to be useful and beneficial to your students.