Preceptor Recognitions Thank you to our Preceptor of the Year Ralph Cabana Registered Pharmacist CVS Pharmacy Preceptor since 2009 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. Congratulates Paul Lyman On His Retirement Spring 2013 I Retail/Community • Spe cialty • LT C 25 “Ralph Cabana is an amazing listener. Whether that means listening to patients or over hearing my sighs and groans while learning how to deal with insurance rejections. There is never a moment where he is not willing to help.” -Student Remarks 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 The Campbell University Experiential Education team would like to thank all of our preceptors for their dedication and contribution in the education and training of student-pharmacists for Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. If preceptors have any questions, please contact one of the Experiential Education program team members. Penny Shelton, Pharm.D., CGP Vice Chair, Experiential & Continuing Education (910) 893-1716 | (800) 760-9697 ext. 1716 email@example.com Paige Brown, Pharm.D. Assistant Director of Experiential Education (910) 814-5611 | (800) 760-9697 ext. 5611 firstname.lastname@example.org Jean White Coordinator of Experiential Education (910) 893-1709 | (800) 760-9697 ext. 1709 email@example.com The University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy would like to thank Ronald M. Paolino, PhD, RPh, and Jackie Costantino, RPh, MBA, for their continuous hard work and dedication. Ronald M. Paolino, PhD, RPh, is a practicing clinical psychologist at the Providence VA Medical Center, Providence, RI, and has worked with our students for many years. His educational background beyond pharmacy extends to the areas of pharmacology, toxicology and psychology. Jackie Costantino, RPh, MBA, is the Pharmacy Operations Team Leader at South County Hospital, Wakefield, RI, and displays exceptional dedication to her students. She specializes in sterile preparations, home infusions and is certified in Anticoagulation Management. Kathleen O. Fisher, RPh, MBA Director of Experiential Education Brett Feret, Pharm.D. Clinical Associate Professor Introductory Experiential Education Director Phone: (401) 874-2320 | firstname.lastname@example.org A chance meeting with a classmate changed pharmacist Paul Lyman’s path from retirement to a second career, spanning 20 years, as a valued employee of the Bedford Veterans Administration Hospital and, fortunately for the students of MCPHS, a sought after ambulatory care preceptor. After a 27 year career as the owner of two successful independent pharmacies, Paul was ready to “kick back” and enjoy his retirement. Instead, Paul’s wife jokingly remarked that the kitchen was not big enough for the two of them, thus ending his dreams of retirement. While picking up a prescription, Paul reconnected with a classmate, the chief pharmacist at the Bedford VA Hospital, who was actively recruiting, and the rest is history. Paul has truly enjoyed being a preceptor and has humbly remarked, “I have learned more from the students than they have learned from me.” The students, however, have a different view. In 2008, Paul was voted the MCPHS Institutional Preceptor of the Year. Additionally, as one student stated “I loved this rotation. I didn’t want to leave. Paul Lyman is amazing. Where else do you have an opportunity to present at grand rounds!” The entire MCPHS community appreciates all you have done over the years for our students, Paul. You will be missed as a preceptor but we know you will remain a dear friend. We wish you the best as you finally begin your retirement at the end of the year. Maybe now, you will have enough spare time to enlarge your kitchen!
20Ways Spring 2013 Issue: Community - Specialty - LTC
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