Congratulations APPE Preceptor of the Year, Ed Strubel
The Pharmacy Program at Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Natural, and Health Sciences awarded the first of our Preceptor of the Year awards this year. We had many nominations from our students and it was hard for our advisory council to pick the winners.
We are happy to acknowledge Ed Strubel from Parkview Hospital in Huntington as one of our APPE Preceptors of the Year. The student who nominated Ed wrote the following:
“I nominate Ed Strubel to receive APPE preceptor of the year. During my four weeks there, he set me up to round with the hospitalist and we would spend time after rounding to talk about any findings. Although it was a small hospital, with an average of about 6-8 patients per day, he managed to find teaching points either through the findings during rounding or from previous patients he remembers. He always found ways to help me expand my knowledge and included me in all activities that were going on in the pharmacy. He wasn’t just an awesome preceptor, he went above and beyond for everyone who worked in the pharmacy proves he is very deserving of this award!”
The winners were honored with a trophy and an 18 month membership to the Indiana Pharmacists
Alliance. Additionally, their names were added to a permanent plaque that is 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 truly appreciate all that you do!
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