Preceptors

Training

After a discussion with a member of the Experiential Education Team, new preceptors are asked to complete the University of British Columbia e-Tips for Practice Education or the Alberta Health Services eLearning Preceptor Modules. New patient care preceptors are encouraged to complete the Precepting the Patient Care Process e-Modules. If you are looking for more online preceptor resources, explore our supplementary resources.

University of British Columbia e-Tips for Practice Education

This eight-module online training program can be completed within 60-90 minutes and is one of the two options for new preceptors in their online training. UBC e-Tips provides practical and interactive learning through the use of animations, quizzes, videos, and reflective exercises.  

If you are having problems with the e-Tips, please view the information computer requirements and login instructions or email rosemin.kassam@ubc.ca.

The alternative to this training is the Alberta Health Services Preceptor Modules (right).

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Alberta Health Services eLearning Preceptor Modules

This four-module online training program can be completed in 60-90 minutes and is one of the two options for new preceptors in their online training. The AHS Preceptor Modules have been designed to support preceptors through interactive scenarios, activities, photos, and reflections. The content is organized to reflect the natural phases that occur in a student placement. 

The alternative to this training is the UBC e-Tips (left).

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Precepting the Patient Care Process eModule for Preceptors

This six-module online training program can be completed within 60-90 minutes and is highly recommended for all patient care preceptors. Each module is a video-podcast, with a corresponding PowerPoint presentation. The eModule also includes a unified document that provides an overview of the potential information a pharmacist gathers and considers in order to complete a patient assessment and development a care plan.

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