Preceptors are a vital component of our pharmacy education program. Drake is committed to the professional development of preceptors as they assume the role of teacher and mentor.

Precepting provides many benefits:

  • Professionally and personally rewarding
  • An opportunity to give back to the profession
  • Access to adjunct faculty priveleges, including library resources and continuing pharmacy education (CPE) through CEI
  • An opportunity to utilize students to support innovation at your practice site

Interested in becoming a preceptor for Drake University?  

Contact us at:

  • Information by Site Type 
    • Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE)
      Click here for an overview of the APPE course types for P4 students.

    • Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences
      (Recently receive a new IPPE schedule from Drake?  Click here for information on accessing your schedule, syllabi, and other important course information)

        Course syllabi are available on the preceptor home page within E*Value.  
  • Preceptor Development
    Drake CPHS partners with CEI to provide ongoing Preceptor Development opportunities. Click the link above to learn more or contact our office for access and instructions.



July 17, 2015
Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Assistant Dean for Clinical Affairs and Director of Experiential Education Cheryl Clarke, PH’86, was recently selected as a Fellow of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA)
June 30, 2015