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Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences: 2018 Faculty Preceptors of the Year!

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Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and the Class of 2018 wishes to recognize Dr. Tara Bell and Dr. Dustin Wilson as “Faculty Preceptors of the Year.” 

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Dr. Tara Bell is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice. She serves as a preceptor for the advanced hospital rotation and for students doing an elective in pediatrics at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Bell joined CU’s faculty in 2008 and she is Board Certified in Pediatric Pharmacotherapy.

“Dr. Bell is a great preceptor and is always willing to teach.” — Student



Dr. Dustin Wilson is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and precepts students in internal medicine at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC. He is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and joined CU’s faculty in 2009.

“Dr. Wilson is a great preceptor. He definitely exceeded my expectations for this rotation. He was able to get the most out of me. He is a very gifted teacher and explains things in terms that were easy to understand.” — Student


If you are interested in becoming a pharmacy preceptor for Campbell University and would like more information, please contact:

Tina Thornhill, PharmD, FASCP, BCGP Vice Chair for Professional Education and Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice thornhillt@campbell.edu


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