Office of Experiential Training and Continuing Pharmacy Education
A Message to our Preceptors:
Advanced practice experience is defined as a structured, college-directed teaching and learning experience whereby the student applies the knowledge of pharmacy to patient care in a practice setting that allows the student to develop and demonstrate the skills required for professional practice. The College is continually improving on the program as move toward an experiential program that is more outcome-based for our students. The most recent addition to this process is the use of portfolios. Please see the section on portfolio management and how they are to be used to monitor the progress of the interns.
For additional information on the internship program at Texas Southern University – College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (TSU-COPHS), please access the various sections of the experiential manual which should be used as a reference guide and consulted whenever you have questions. However, if you cannot find the answers there please contact our office.
As always we cannot begin to thank preceptors for all the effort they provide in the training our students and welcome comments and feedback to our office on the experiential program.
The Office of Experiential Training Faculty and Staff
Flora G. Estes, Pharm.D.
Assistant Dean, Practice Programs
Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice
Adlia M. Ebeid, Pharm D.
Director of IPPE
Lance Henderson, R.Ph.
Director of Experiential Education
Executive Administrative Assistant
Senior Administrative Assistant
Pharmacy Practice Experiential Manual 2012-2013
APPE Rotation Calendar 2011-2012
APPE Evaluation Packet
COPHSCalendar of PharmD Program Academic Activities 2011-2012