June 24, 2024
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Our ’need to know’ corner, spring 2022

The sculpture of a caffeine molecule in the atrium of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. The sculpture of a caffeine molecule in the atrium of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The sculpture of a caffeine molecule in the atrium of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Image Credit: Casey Staff.
  • Students have been informed that they should be making initial contact with preceptors at least 4–6 weeks prior to the scheduled start of their rotation.
  • The syllabi posted for each of the experiential learning experiences represents the minimum required policies, information and assignments for students. Preceptors are encouraged to add additional activities and/or expectations of their students as they see fit. Please work with your experiential co-coordinator and/or the assistant dean of experiential education if you’d like more help or guidance with your learning experience(s).
  • You may have students asking to attend national conferences, job or residency interviews, and/or other professional activities. The Office of Experiential Education appreciates your flexibility and working with the students. The preceptor or the student can contact the Office of Experiential Education for an “Absence Request and Approval Form.” The form should be completed by the student, signed by the preceptor and submitted to the Office of Experiential Education for final signature prior to the planned (excused) absence.
  • Aside from the mandatory learning experiences designated by the American Council for Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE), preceptors can create direct and non-direct patient care electives, in addition to any pre-existing learning experiences they have. Please contact the assistant dean of experiential education if you’d like more information.

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