Preceptor Development

‌Drake CPHS partners with the Collaborative Education Institute (CEI) to provide ongoing educational opportunities for preceptors, students, faculty and practitioners.  All of these programs are accredited by ACPE for continuing pharmacy education credit and are available free of charge for Drake preceptors.

For more information regarding the CEI initiative, visit the site at

The initial core program consists of four modules covering:

  • Mission and vision of Drake University’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, including a tutorial on the use of our online assessment tool, E*Value
  • The Role of the Preceptor
  • Giving Experiential Students Constructive Feedback
  • Site Development

Additional programs are developed on an ongoing basis to supplement the core programs, including:

  • Login to Learn: a monthly, live, online journal club designed to create a collaborative learning environment for preceptors and students. 
  • Ongoing Teaching and Learning Topics:  mentoring, dealing with challenging learning situations, working with Millennials, grading student presentations, developing IPPE and APPE activities and much more

To access the core modules and many other activities locate the instructions provided on the preceptor's E*Value home page.

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