Engaging registered pharmacists to act as preceptors / educators / facilitators
Maximise positive contributions from practice settings
Prepare students to be ‘agentic’ learners: This requires students to participate & negotiate in learning and become proactive and self directed adult learners as part of their professional preparation (Billet 2009)
Kolb’s experiential Learning Model (Accessed 2.4.10;http://leadershipchamps.files.wordpress.com/2008/04/kolbs-experiential-model.jpg
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2007; 71 (6) Article 120. Pharmacy students’ Approaches to Learning in an Australian University. Lorraine Smith, PhD, Bandana Saini, PhD, Ines Krass, PhD, Timothy Chen, PhD, Sinthia Bosnic-Anticevich, PhD & Erica Sainsbury, MSc. Faculty of pharmacy, University of Sydney, Australia
Owens, Susanne & Stupans,I. 2008. “Experiential Placements in Pharmacy: ‘Quality Indicators for Best Practice Approaches to Experiential Placements in Pharmacy Programs’”. The Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. Australia.
Implications of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Placements: Cecilia M. Plaza, PharmD, MS, and JoLaine Reierson Draugalis, PhD. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2005; 69 (3) Article 45.
Assessing Pharmacy Students’ Learning styles & personality types; A 10 year analysis. Avis, Shuck & Phillips 1999. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Vol 63. pp.27-33