The following links provide preceptors with orientation to the ACP mission, vision, experiential curriculum, and evaluation methods, and highlight precepting pearls and strategies.
ACPE 2007 Standards
The mission of ACPE is to assure and advance quality in pharmacy education. Standard number 14 focuses on experiential education and has shaped and guided the development and quality assurance processes of our experiential education program
Preceptors are issued instructions on how to access the ACP library's electronic resources and other services during their first year of precepting. Please contact the Experiential Education office for more information.
The Office of Experiential Education is pleased to announce that the Appalachian College of Pharmacy has made special arrangements to provide you with the Preceptor Training & Resource Network from Pharmacist’s Letter.
Your access to Preceptor Training & Resource Network includes the following:
- Preceptor CE (home-study courses and live webinars)
- Sample student syllabi, activities, assignments, and schedules
- Targeted professionalism, patient safety and practice-based teaching resources
- PL Journal Club -teaching tools for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE)
- Pharmacy 101 -teaching tools for Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE)
- Preceptors Interact -preceptor discussion board
Here’s how to set up your access:
If you already have access to Pharmacist's Letter, it is important that you follow the link below to log in. This will ensure that Preceptor Training CE and other tools included in Preceptor Training & Resource Network will be added to your subscription. If you do not have access to Pharmacist's Letter, you need to set up an Appalachian College of Pharmacy Preceptor CE ID #. Your CE ID # will be automatically created and you’ll be able to use it from any internet-connected computer to access the Preceptor Training & Resource Network.
NACDS Foundation CE Center
The Community Pharmacist Preceptor Education Program