Staying in the Loop: Making the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process Relevant in Your Students’ Experiences

Friday, June 16; 7:00 AM – 7:50 AM • 1 hour CPE

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Kay Brooks, M.Ed., RPh, Associate Director of IPPE, University of Georgia College of Pharmacy
Lindsey H. Welch, PharmD, APPE Director, University of Georgia College of Pharmacy

To become a more effective clinical trainer, you need insight, into how to make your rotation experience more meaningful – and more enjoyable – for student pharmacists.

Kay Brooks and Lindsey Welch direct UGA’s experiential learning introductory and advanced pharmacy placement programs. Their presentation will help you become a better preceptor for your student pharmacists.

Learning objectives
After completing this session, learners will be able to: