Preceptor Recognitions Thank You Preceptors! Thank you to our Paoloni Preceptor of the Year! Jennifer Mando- Vandrick PharmD Emergency Medicine, Duke Hospitals Preceptor since 1999 Student Comment “ DR. MANDO-VANDRICK provided one of the most fulfilling and rewarding rotation due to her approach and support of students. The following colleges and organizations would like to acknowledge and thank the Want to join the preceptor team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill? Please contact Kim Leadon at 919-966-3023 or firstname.lastname@example.org. University of Louisiana at Monroe Congratulations Preceptors! Preceptors of the Year are chosen by students and recognized during Senior White Coat Ceremony. These individuals are selected for their mentoring, exemplary teaching skills and professionalism, making a signifi cant positive impact on those they educate. 2013-2014 Faculty Preceptor of the Year (Tied Vote) Blair Wilburt, Pharm.D. ULM Pharmacy Clinical Assistant Professor Acute Care Adult Medicine / Baton Rouge Medical Center Michelle Zagar, Pharm.D., M.Ed., BA ULM Pharmacy Clinical Associate Professor Ambulatory Care / Ouachita Parish Council on Aging 2013-2014 Non-Faculty Preceptor of the Year Charles Feucht, Pharm.D., FASCP President/Owner, Acadiana Clinical Pharmacy Service Clinical Pharmacy Services / Long-Term Care Facilities 26 WINTER 2014 I HEALTH SYSTEM • INFUSION MCPHS University Thanks the Southern New Hampshire Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) Crowded living conditions, cats, dogs and other animals, shoe boxes filled with medications: these are some of the things that pharmacy and nursing students encounter during their clinical rotation with the VNA of Manchester and Southern New Hampshire. Medication reconciliation is the focus of the elective, but it encompasses much more. The students, along with a nurse or physical therapist, visit patients after they have transitioned from a hospital or nursing facility back to their own home. While the nursing student checks vitals and performs dressing changes, the pharmacy student is reviewing the medications in the home and comparing it to the discharge paperwork. “ “ I played an active role in collaborating with other members of the health care team as they continually strive to improve patient care and increase medication adherence. This experience exemplifies the interprofessional collaboration that is a top priority in today’s healthcare arena.” ‑ MCPHS Pharmacy Student The VNA gave me the opportunity to witness first hand the significant impact a patient’s home environment can have on their journey back to wellness as they attempt to manage multiple health issues with limited resources.” ‑ MCPHS Nursing Student School of Pharmacy For information on becoming a preceptor contact: Office of Experiential Education Phone: (318) 342-1215 email: email@example.com www.ulm.edu ” following preceptors for their hard work and dedication.
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