Preceptor Recognitions Thank You Preceptors! Thank you to our Preceptor of the Year Lawrence Pierce Doctor of Pharmacy Stephen’s Memorial Hospital Preceptor since 2010 The Preceptor of the Year Award is given to a preceptor who demonstrates high standards of professionalism, commitment to students as a professional mentor and a spirit of cooperation with the College of Pharmacy. Pictured left to right: Jeby Wathews ’14, Lawrence Peirce, PharmD, James Krebs, PharmD “In the middle of meetings and tending to patients, Dr. Pierce took the time to teach his students not only about pharmacy but also how to be a great pharmacist.” -Student Remarks The following colleges and organizations would like to acknowledge & thank the following preceptors for their hard work and dedication. If you are interested in joining the UNE team as a preceptor, please contact the Office of Experiential Education at (207) 221-4500 or firstname.lastname@example.org College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Chandra S. Gajulapalli, R.Ph. 2011 - 2012 Elective Preceptor of the Year We Thank You for Investing in the Future of Pharmacy 24 FALL 2013 I Ret ail /Community • Speacil ty • L TC Dr. Ann Hylton Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy On behalf of the faculty and staff of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy we salute all of our preceptors for their significant contributions in preparing the next generation of pharmacists. Thank you for all you do! Gireesh Gupchup, PhD - Dean, School of Pharmacy Bill Wuller, R.Ph., M.S., FASHP - Director of Experiential Education Dan Fieker Family Care Pharmacy Highland, IL Community Practice Al Pelate, Medicap Pharmacy Granite City, IL | Community Practice If you are interested in becoming an SIUE preceptor contact Bill Wuller, Director of Experiential Education, 618-650-5167 or email@example.com. Mr. Chandra S. Gajulapalli is the Supervising Pharmacist/Owner of Little Neck Drug Store and has been a preceptor with St John’s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences since 2004. Mr. Gajulapalli is an alumnus, and silver medal recipient of the class of ’91. He chose to become a preceptor “to give back“ to the profession. He has precepted shadowing, IPPE and APPE students. He is proactive in teaching students the skills they need to be a great community pharmacist. “ “ Good Preceptor, helped review different classes of drugs and disease states.” ” The rotation was absolutely wonderful; the preceptor was smart and informative, took time to go over important topics & never refused my questions. Definitely keep this site rotation, he was kind and understanding and makes an excellent role model. Dr. Ann Hylton is a native of Butler, Pennsylvania. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University in 2007. After graduation, Dr. Hylton moved to Columbia, SC where she completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency as well as a PGY-2 residency specializing in Critical Care at Palmetto Health Richland. She has been board certified in pharmacotherapy since 2008. Prior to joining the faculty at Appalachian College of Pharmacy, Dr. Hylton worked in an Intensive Care Unit developing clinical pharmacy services. Dr. Hylton’s practice site with the Appalachian College of Pharmacy is located at Bristol Regional Medical Center in Bristol, TN where she provides clinical services in the Emergency Department. Her interests include sepsis management, sedation and delirium in the critically ill patient, and patient safety. Dr. Hylton is the author of a case report published in American Journal of Health System Pharmacy in 2010. She is also an active member of American College of Clinical Pharmacy and the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Hylton spends her free time enjoying the beauty of East Tennessee with her husband Michael and their two dogs. She enjoys hiking, camping, skiing, and reading.
20Ways Fall 2013 Issue: Community - Specialty - LTC
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