Experiential Program General Information Preceptor Faculty Student Information

Here it is-- the second in the series of our "New Preceptor Posts". We hope that this additional information is helpful to you in your role as a preceptor, whether you are "new" or "seasoned". And, if you haven't seen it, find the first newsletter further down on this page. Thanks for all you do for the UT College of Pharmacy!

Experiential Programs

PRECEPTOR EDUCATION/TRAINING (Summer 2012)
The Texas Consortium on Experiential Programs jointly approves other preceptor education and training courses for Texas preceptors. View the calendar of upcoming programs.

2013 PRECEPTOR ORIENTATION AND TRAINING CONFERENCE
(Spring 2013)

Saturday, August 3, 2013
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel
Austin, TX
Watch for more information in June via e-mail.


NEW PRECEPTOR POST (Spring 2013)
We are pleased to present the first in what we hope is a series of newsletters, the purpose of which is to aid "new" preceptors in their role as mentors, teachers, and supervisors to interns or residents. This "New Preceptor Post" (PDF) has been developed and implemented by UT College of Pharmacy pharmacy practice residents. Whether you consider yourself a "new" or a "seasoned" preceptor, either in terms of number of students precepted OR the amount of time you've served in this role, we hope you find this information helpful!

ELECTRONIC P4 YEAR APPE DOCUMENTS (Summer 2012)
Beginning with the 2012-13 P4 APPE year, the college is moving to all electronic documents. Preceptor faculty MUST know their UT EID and password to access, complete and submit these. For more information, contact your regional director, or Jennifer Ridings-Myhra, Assistant Dean for Experiential and Professional Affairs.


ELECTRONIC LIBRARIES ACCESS (rev. Summer 2012)

If you would like to request electronic libraries access, please follow these instructions:

In order to be granted UT on-line library privileges, you must have completed a rotation description in our experiential database PhIRST [hyperlink to https://utdirect.utexas.edu/phirst/index.WBX]. Once this is done, contact Jennifer Ridings-Myhra [hyplerlink to my e-mail] with your full name and UT EID.

If you cannot remember your UT EID or password, follow the help tools on the log-in page to PhIRST.

Please allow at least three weeks for processing. Thanks for your continued involvement with our program!


Last Reviewed: January 15, 2014

College Information

Mailing Address:
College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
at Austin
2409 University Ave.
Stop A1900
Austin, TX, USA
78712-1113

Email Address: pharmacy
@austin.utexas.edu

Phone:
1-512-471-1737


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