How to Become A Preceptor
Texas State Board of Pharmacy Preceptor Requirements
To become a preceptor in Texas, you must meet all requirements established by section 283.6 of the Texas Pharmacy Rules. You must have three (3) hours of continuing pharmacy education every two (2) years that is specific to precepting students. For additional information, please refer to: TSBP Agreement for Preceptor.
How to Become a TTUHSC Preceptor at TTUHSC Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy
To become a preceptor for TTUHSC Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy students please complete the required 3 hours of preceptor continuing pharmacy education and complete the Experiential Program Site Profile Form. Please send the completed Site Profile Form to Jean Haynes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to Receive an Academic Adjunct Faculty Title
- Desire to precept or assist in the educational experiences of TTUHSC Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy students at one of our experiential program sites.
- Submit a CV or resume to local campus Office of Experiential Programs staff.
- We will request your social security number and date of birth to process your information through HR.
- Once your information is processed through HR, you will receive your Academic Adjunct Faculty Title which will provide you access to the online library resources.
Benefits of an Academic Adjunct Faculty Preceptor
- Receive an Academic Adjunct Faculty Title acknowledging your time and efforts in preparing future pharmacists for their role in healthcare.
- Opportunity to strengthen your own resume or CV with an official academic title from the University.
- Access to the TTUHSC Online Library resources which includes over 35,000 journals and publications—and databases such as Micromedex and PubMed!
- Free Preceptor CE!
- Experiential staff available on each campus to assist you with questions.