Preceptor Recognitions 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. ” Thank you Sara Shermer, R.Ph. for precepting our learners! Sara Shermer, R.Ph. graduated from UCONN in 1990 and became a preceptor in 1995. She has worked in Retail, Long Term Care, Home Infusion, Hospital, Nursing Home Consulting, and Institutional Pharmacy settings. Currently, she works at the Connecticut State Veterans’ Home in Rocky Hill, CT where she has worked for 11 years. She enjoys being a Preceptor because she can share her knowledge and experience with tomorrow’s pharmacists. Sara believes “A successful preceptor should enjoy teaching, developing, and motivating their students to become the BEST pharmacists.” When asked what the most important role of a preceptor is, Sara responded “It is important for a preceptor to customize each student’s learning experience to make the most of developing their skills and knowledge base; realizing that each student has a different set of needs.” Western New England University would like to thank Sara Shermer, R.Ph. for all of her amazing work with its learners. If you are interested in serving as a Western New England Preceptor, please contact: Kim Tanzer, BSP, PharmD, RPh, Assistant Dean for Experiential Affairs 413-796-2032 | email@example.com WINTER 2014 I HEALTH SYSTEM • INFUSION 29 Pharmacy preceptors are the catalysts who transform competent pharmacy students into compassionate and committed professionals. Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy greatly values the time and dedication of pharmacy preceptors and their critical role in the education of our pharmacy students. The College of Pharmacy works with many individual pharmacists and organizations, large and small to provide quality pharmacy experiences for our students. Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy was proud to present two awards for exceptional Preceptors for the 2013/2014 academic year at the Class of 2014 awards banquet. The Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) Preceptor of the year was awarded to Dr. Daniel Majerczyk from Union Medical Center Pharmacy. Students’ evaluation of him and his site always speak of his “love for teaching students” and his genuine interest in the advancement of Pharmacy. The Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) Preceptor of the year was awarded to Dr. Justin Schneider, Vice President of Sinai Health System. He is a forward thinking healthcare leader who has incorporated pharmacy students into his Pharmacy Practice Model, which has resulted in outstanding core APPE rotations and diverse elective APPE rotations. Roosevelt College of Pharmacy’s Office of Experiential Education values all of their preceptor partnerships. We look forward to continuing to work with our preceptors in preparing our students to become the next generation of outstanding, patient centered Pharmacists. We are grateful for the dedication and inspiration of our preceptors. If you are a pharmacist interested in becoming a RUCOP preceptor for introductory and advanced experiential education, please contact: Joan Hardman, BPharm, RPh | Director of Experiential Education (847)330-4508 | firstname.lastname@example.org www.roosevelt.edu/pharmacy Want to join the preceptor team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill? Please contact Kim Leadon at 919-966-3023 or email@example.com.
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