Photo: Terri Levien, center, WSU faculty member/preceptor, talks with students in the Drug Information Center at WSU Spokane. (Photo by Luke Rice.)
“Take 94 senior pharmacy students times seven six-week internships apiece — that is about 658 rotations to be assigned, monitored, coordinated — and then there’s the geographical tweaking to make it all work.”
So begins Luke Rice, the exceptionally organized coordinator for the Advanced Practice Experience Program (APE) in the College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacotherapy, at WSU Spokane.
Required for all pharmacy students in their final year of study, the APE provides the students with experiential, hands-on learning.
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