Congratulations IPPE II Preceptor of the Year, Kaitlyn Prininski!
The Pharmacy Program at Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Natural and Health Sciences awarded our first Preceptor of the Year awards in spring 2016. We would like to announce Kaitlyn Priniski of Memorial Hospital of South Bend as our inaugural IPPE II Preceptor of the Year recipient. The student nominating Kaitlyn wrote:
“My experience at this hospital was truly a fulfilling experiencing because of my preceptor.
The preceptor was helpful from the
very beginning... On the first day, I felt
very welcomed and immediately was
oriented with the hospital and staff...
The preceptor created a schedule for me
that best suited what I really need to see
in the behind the scenes of a hospital. My
schedule was very well-rounded in that
I met different pharmacists in different
settings... Even though I have over 8 years of hospital experience, my rotation experience
truly filled in the gaps of many things I have never seen or experienced before in both
hospitals I have worked in and it truly painted a more rounded picture of the endless
possibilities within a field of pharmacy. I am very thankful for this amazing experience.”
Recipients receive a trophy and an 18 month membership to the Indiana Pharmacists Alliance.
Their names are also added to a plaque displayed in the Experiential Education office. We would
like to thank all of our preceptors for their hard work and dedication to our students.
We appreciate you!
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