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Why Temple School of Pharmacy

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Why become a preceptor?

Do you remember the first time you felt the satisfaction of helping a patient in your pharmacy practice? By becoming a preceptor you can guide future pharmacists to experience the same joy.


Our students need dedicated pharmacists to mentor and precept them on their journey through Introductory and Advanced Pharmacy practice Experience (IPPE and APPE). Share your best practice methods with the next generation of pharmacists to expand their knowledge base and develop good pharmacy practice skills.clinical pharmacy


What's in it for you? Along with the satisfaction of sharing your expertise you will have access to preceptor CEs and become an adjunct faculty member of Temple University School of Pharmacy with access to on-line and library resources and our students will help keep you abreast of updated clinical information.


How do you become a preceptor?

Fill out the Adjunct Faculty application form [pdf pdf icon] and send it, along with a copy of your resume, to the Office of Experiential Education.


The Office of Experiential Education

Department of Pharmacy Practice

Temple University School of Pharmacy

3307 N. Broad Street

Philadelphia, PA 19140


or fax to: 215-707-8326


Once we receive your information, we will contact you to discuss our IPPE and APPE programs and set up a site visit.


Already a preceptor?

Click here to view the preceptor pages.


Office of Experiential Education

Michael R. Jacobs, Pharm.D., Director




Lisa M. Becker, R.Ph., Experiential Education Coordinator




Leigh Godfrey-Webber, R.Ph., Experiential Education Coordinator




Delores V. Banks, Administrative Assistant




Elaine M. Muraresku, Administrative Assistant