MISSION OBJECTIVE: SAVE + REVITALIZE INDEPENDENT PHARMACY™
Megan Smith had a very specific dream job, one that she never thought would actually come true. Yet she found her passion in being an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Director of the Community-Based Residency Program at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). She gets to work with a variety of people every day to share her knowledge and passion for pharmacy. Megan sees her role as “telling the story of community pharmacy,” and you can feel the excitement in her voice while she does.
Megan Smith had a very specific dream job, one that she never thought would actually come true. Yet she found her passion in...
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Asst. Professor of Pharmacy Practice & CPESN Network Facilitator
There’s nothing quite as rewarding as shaping the next generation of pharmacists. For Megan Smith, it’s all accomplished through precepting. Megan is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the UAMS College of Pharmacy, and most recently, NCPA’s 2022 Preceptor of the Year. In her double-duty role, Megan teaches students valuable clinical skills and trains pharmacists on how they can use precepting to not only influence students but also improve their own practices. In this week’s episode, Megan shares tips, tricks, and words of wisdom for pharmacists looking to become preceptors. If you want to make an impact in the industry, Megan says, start with precepting.
There’s nothing quite as rewarding as shaping the next generation of pharmacists. For Megan Smith, it’s all accomplished...