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Getting Started as a Pharmacy Preceptor explores the What, When, How, and Why of precepting students. The chapters are arranged chronologically to take you from the point where you decide to precept to the point where you are deeply involved in educating students.
The book’s primary focus is advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs), but its advice and information should be applicable to introductory pharmacy practice experiences (IPPEs) as well. The latter part of the book looks at student problems in two ways. Chapter 9 points out overarching principles useful when dealing with student issues. It leads into eight case studies covering a variety of problems that can occur with students in practical training.