For new preceptors, staying on top of clinical responsibilities and all of the learning goals and objectives of your residents can be difficult. Tools that help that transition can make a world of difference. In this episode of Educator Essentials, we discuss using a weekly roadmap to help preceptors and their residents on the track to success.
Marissa Palm received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Rhode Island. She is an SIDP certified Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist and chairs the Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee at South County Health. She is the PGY1 Residency Program Director at South County Health and also serves as preceptor for both IPPE and APPE students. She is a Certified Diabetes Outpatient Educator, is certified in anticoagulation management, medication therapy management, and a certified immunizing pharmacist.
Jackie Constantino attended St. John’s University, received her MBA from Bryant University and completed a Residency at Rhode Island Hospital. She is currently Administrative Director of Allied Health, overseeing Pharmacy, Lab, DI and outpatient clinics. Jackie is a Adjunct Clinical Professor at URI and MCPHS. She is the recipient of the URI IPPE Preceptor of the Year, The Eastern States Residency Conference Preceptor of the Year, and the RISHP Pharmacist of the Year awards.
Alan Yee is a 4th year student pharmacist at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. He completed his B.S. in Biochemistry at SUNY Binghamton and a M.S. in Pharmacology at the University of Pennsylvania. Alan has stayed engaged in research working for UPMC’s Investigational Drug Service as an intern and working on several research projects through pharmacy school. He has also been active in the vaccination initiatives through his work at UPMC.