Current Preceptor Resources

Experiential Program Contacts

Anita Cleven | PharmD, Assistant Professor

Director for Experiential Education

503-352-2682 |

Courtney Kraus | PharmD, Assistant Professor

Coordinator for Experiential Advancement

503-352-7363 |

Rose Dahl

Coordinator for Experiential Education

503-352-7293 |

Nora Garfias | CPhT

Coordinator for Experiential Education

503-352-7334 |

About Our Program

The School of Pharmacy at Pacific University offers a three-year program leading to the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) degree. Located in Hillsboro, Ore., along with several other health professional programs, the school uses a competency-based curriculum, with courses delivered in a modified block format. In this format, students study one topic area for two weeks before moving on to another content area. The competency-based design encourages teamwork and collaboration among students while removing the competitive nature present in many professional curricula.

Students complete Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience components (IPPE 1, 2, & 3) of the curriculum throughout their first and second school years. The third year is devoted entirely to on-site Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE).

If you are interested in becoming a preceptor with our program, please contact one of the experiential program contacts.

E*Value Experiential Management System

Our experiential scheduling and records management system for preceptors, students and faculty: E*Value Experiential Management System (No Institutional Code is necessary to log-in.)

Experiential Scheduling for 2013-2014

(Introductory and Advanced Practice)

2013-2014 APPE Rotation Calendar (pdf)

2013-2014 Introductory (IPPE) Availability Form (pdf)

2015-2016 Advanced (APPE) Availability Form (pdf)

Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE)

IPPE 2014-2015 Academic Year Resources

Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE)

APPE 2014-2015 Academic Year Resources

APPE Syllabi

APPE PHRM701, 702, 703, 704, 705 and PHRM706/707 if Patient Care (pdf)
APPE PHRM706/707 if Non-Patient Care experiences (pdf)

Preceptor Recognition Award Recipients

We're pleased to announce the preceptors honored at our annual awards event! Pacific University School of Pharmacy Preceptor Recognition Awards Recipients (pdf)

Preceptor Continuing Education Opportunities

CEI Modules include

  • Pharmacist's Letter Preceptor education and resource network link.
  • Collaborative Education Institute (CEI) — Preceptor education and resource network now accessed through E*Value link. Log in to your E*Value record and click 'Learning Modules'.
    • Consortium Mission and Experiential Programs Overview
    • The Role of the Preceptor
    • Developing Your Rotation
    • Giving Experiential Students Constructive Feedback

Student Reference Materials

Here are some of the reference handouts we have prepared for use by our students. They are presented here in hopes that preceptors may find them useful as well.

Additional Resources