Become a Pharmacist Preceptor
Our pharmacist preceptors are essential to the experiential learning component of our program and invaluable to our students' experience, enabling us to provide students with practical experiences as a pharmacist.
But don't take our word for it.
Jillian Croke (B. Sc. [pharmacy], 2009) is the epitome of an enthusiastic educator who also happens to be a lifelong learner.
A preceptor in the School of Pharmacy’s Structured Practice Experience (SPE) program – where students apply their university-gained knowledge and training in a pharmacy, to practice interacting with patients – Ms. Croke believes that compassion and kindness is a key characteristic for any successful pharmacist.
“I was fortunate enough to have had great preceptors during my time in pharmacy school, and when I graduated, I recognized how important the role of a preceptor is in shaping the future of a pharmacy student,” she says.