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Enhancing patient care and expanding pharmacy practice
As the Raabe College of Pharmacy continues to meet the high standards of pharmaceutical education, the college’s experiential program allows for expansion and direct application of knowledge and encompasses approximately one third of the student’s total curriculum. The experiential department provides a variety of quality opportunities for students in both Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs). The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) adopted these new educational standards in 2007. The experiential program runs smoothly because of preceptors and alumni who are enthusiastic about educating future pharmacists. The college appreciates the perspective preceptors provide and the positive connections that are made between students and pharmacists.
Policies and expectations for P6s as well as evaluation forms for APPEs are available in the APPE Syllabus Manual.
Rotation Tracking System
PharmAcademic is designed to track rotations—not only for students but also for preceptors. Through the use of a computer and Internet connection, students can view preceptor information to determine which rotations they feel best fit their schedule and requirements. Preceptors can view information pertaining to their assigned students. Additionally, the system provides easy access to complete evaluations for both student and preceptor. Follow the instructions listed below to access your rotation information:
- Enter or click to access the PharmAcademic system.
- User ID: Your email address
- Password: If you do not know your password, click the "Forgot Password" link
Becoming an ONU Preceptor
If you are interested in becoming a preceptor for Ohio Northern University's College of Pharmacy Experiential Program, you must complete the Experiential Site and Preceptor Application form and fax or mail it to our Office of Experiential Education. Additionally, we will need to have an ONU Affliliation Agreement in place between the College of Pharmacy and the Experiential Site/Institution. Please feel free to contact our office with any questions.
Preceptor Training and Certification
Rotation Objectives are intended to guide the student in preparation for the rotation and guide the student's learning during the rotation.
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