The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is proud to host the 36th Annual Preceptor Orientation and Training Conference. The conference is developed by the College of Pharmacy’s Experiential Program to help support UT Austin’s preceptors. The program includes updates on the college’s experiential programs, curriculum, and precepting pedagogical skills.
|Dates||August 4, 2018|
|Location||DoubleTree Austin by Hilton
6505 North IH-35; Austin, TX 78752
|Start Time||8:30 for new preceptor orientation, 10:00 for others|
|Ending Time||Last session will conclude around 5:00 CT|
|Attire||Professional casual – NOTE: Meeting rooms tend to be very cold, even in the summertime. Be sure to dress appropriately, bring a jacket.|
|Food & Beverages||Coffee available in the morning, lunch provided|
|Lodging||The College of Pharmacy will cover lodging on EITHER Friday night OR Saturday night (see stipulations on the registration page).|
|Nearest Airport||Austin-Bergstrom International Airport • AUS|
|Registration Fee||Free to current or applying UT Austin College of Pharmacy preceptor-faculty,
UT affiliated PGY1 & PGY2 residents.
Advanced Registration is Required!
Who Should Register
This event is open ONLY to pharmacists who currently serve as, or are currently applying to become, UT Austin College of Pharmacy preceptor-faculty, and UT affiliated PGY1 & PGY2 residents.
For additional information regarding eligibility, please contact Conference Coordinator Danette Adams: Phone 512-232-1768 or Email email@example.com
The goal of the Preceptor Orientation and Training Conference, is to introduce, update, reinforce and enhance the precepting skills of University of Texas-affiliated preceptor-faculty so that they may serve as effective teachers, mentors, and supervisors of UT pharmacy students and residents. Through presentations, workshops, networking and active learning, UT preceptor-faculty will design and administer a rotation that provides a unique, contemporary learning experience for students, and that can also be of benefit to the preceptor and the practice site.