The NPPC covers timely topics important to all members of the pharmacy precepting team including residency program directors, residency preceptors, student preceptors, experiential coordinators, and other practitioners who have dedicated their time and energy to the precepting of pharmacy students and residents.
Whether you’re an experienced director or a first-time preceptor, attending the NPPC is the single best thing you can do to strengthen your precepting skills and program effectiveness!
This conference also offers accreditation standards workshops that provide intensive, in-depth reviews of pharmacy residency tools, guidelines, and best practices. Because workshop attendees are encouraged to bring their own program materials, attending a workshop is the perfect opportunity to receive immediate, program specific feedback.
This year, Residency Program Design and Conduct workshops Workshop offerings include: PGY1 New Programs, PGY1 Existing Programs, PGY2 New and Existing Programs, and Community-Based Programs. Registration begins May 13, 2020.
What is a Poster Presentation?
Poster presentations are informal discussions among conference attendees about current projects in pharmacy precepting. Poster presentations provide an excellent opportunity to share your creative approaches, challenges, and innovative ideas in precepting. The National Pharmacy Preceptors Conference poster presentation is open to residency program directors, preceptors, and directors of pharmacy.
|2020||Chicago, IL||October 22-23|
|2021||Chicago, IL||October 2021|