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Course summary

This video tries to summarize the whole course by raising the ultimate question: How can I become a better preceptor? Prof. Chang suggests that you can do this by continually …

Common questions raised by local pharmacists

As mentioned before, the PharmD programs were developed in recent years in Taiwan. Clinical rotation is critical in training pharmacy students. In the past, we didn’t have as many local …

Pharmacy curriculum design

Pharmacy education has been going through major worldwide development for the past 2 decades. PharmD programs were approved in many countries. In Taiwan, the first PharmD program began in 2009. …

Guaranteed preceptor techniques: a review

To be or not to be, that’s the question. In this video, Prof. Brown reviews the 16 techniques towards great preceptors. He explains these techniques with examples that have been …

Criteria for excellent precepting

Facilitating behaviors creates an infrastructure that supports learning. By reviewing the session of great preceptors and rotations, Prof. Brown would like you to keep in mind the top 10 DNA …

Solicit student feedback

Supplemental evaluation is important and a critical step during rotation. There are many standardized evaluations for rotation. Moreover, there are many research done on criteria for excellent precepting. In this …

Professionalism and leadership

The dynamics of leadership and professionalism are the same. Good is not enough. In this video, Prof. Brown presents the differences between “good” and “great” preceptros as well as the …

Attitude Check

Maintaining a positive attitude is important for a good preceptor. In addition, good teamwork is essential in a hospital. In this video, Prof. Brown explain these good characteristics of a …

Good preceptors vs. bad preceptors

What were the most impressive traits of the best preceptor you’ve ever had? In this video, Prof. Brown introduces 2 literature reviews regarding research on the quality of preceptors.

Get to know your students better

If a preceptor wants to gain insight into boosting student confidence and commitment, what kind of questions would they ask? In this video, Prof. Brown mentions that engaging students with …

How to address student performance issues?

PERF is the acronym for perception, expectation, resolution, and follow-up. It could be used as a process to address student performance issues. Among them, the “Oz protocol” is a well-known …

Behavior modification for students

There is a difference between promoting good behavior and preventing bad behavior. In this video, Prof. Brown uses an interesting example to explain how to reinforcing desired behavior. Both positive …

Student performance deficiencies

They are just students!! In this video, Prof. Brown explains several typical student performance deficiencies. Preceptors should be prepared to identify these deficiencies on time and provide actions on them. …