College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

APPE Preceptors

The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences identifies preceptors who will be positive role models for students and who demonstrate the following behaviors, qualities, and values (as applicable to their areas of practice):

  • Practice compassionately and ethically
  • Make use of clinical and scientific publications in clinical care decision making
  • Ability to facilitate and enhance learning
  • Accept personal responsibility for outcome of patients
  • Be committed to their organization, community and pharmacy profession
  • Interest in continuing self professional development
  • Have a desire to teach and educate others in the pharmacy and healthcare field

How to become a preceptor:

If you are interested in becoming a preceptor for an APPE site, please contact Kristin Kamcza at  Please include your name, title, credentials, institution, address, phone number, and fax number (if available) in the e-mail.  Kristin will contact you with further information after receiving your request.

Preceptor responsibilities are:

  • Instilling and demonstrating principles of professionalism and ethics
  • Ensuring that students work an average of 40 hours per week during the rotation period and that the student makes up any missed time appropriately
  • Aiding the student in completing and achieving the APPE general goals and site-specific goals
  • Orienting and familiarizing students to the facility and clarify expectations for the rotation
  • Helping to guide student(s) or identifying an acceptable replacement that can supervise students when absent
  • Developing a positive learning environment
  • Submitting student evaluations by the determined due dates for each rotation
Last Updated: 6/26/15