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About Us
The Experiential Programs Office provides quality and innovative education and training for Preceptors, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, and other health care providers. 
Our goal is to provide a diverse portfolio of course offerings that reach across interprofessional platforms, and will enhance the practitioner’s daily practice as well as the student or resident’s learning experience all the while enriching their patients’ lives.
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. For additional information, please refer to: TSBP Agreement for Preceptor
How to Become a Preceptor at
TTUHSC Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy
If you are interested in becoming a preceptor for TTUHSC Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy students and have met all state board requirements, please complete the Site Profile Form and then send to Jean Haynes (
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Kristin Bell
Assistant Director, Professional Continuing Education
TTUHSC Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy
1300 S. Coulter St., Suite 2210
Amarillo, TX  79106
Phone:  (806) 414-9798
Fax:       (806) 356-4740

Catalog of Courses:  To view all available Live and Home Study/Distance programs please select the corresponding tab at the bottom of this page.
Resume a Course:  To resume a course, login to your account and go to "Pending Programs/CE" in the top gray toolbar.  Select the "Distance" tab and the course you want to resume.
CPE Credit:  In addition to completing the requirements stated for each program, you must enter your eProfile ID and your DOB (MMDD) upon registration so that your credit will be processed.  Per ACPE, all credit is to be processed within 60 days of course completion.  If you suspect your credit has not processed within 24 hours of completing a course, please contact Kristin Bell, 806-414-9798.  Participants assume responsibility for credit not processed due to inaccurate or missing eProfile ID and/or DOB.
NABP eProfile:  Per ACPE and the NABP, all continuing education credit is to be posted to participants' NABP eProfile within the NABP's eMonitor system.  If you do not have or remember your eProfile ID or would like more information regarding the NABP eMonitor system please click here to be transferred to their website.  

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TSBP Requirements: For the latest informaton on current TSBP requirements for pharmacists, please visit the TSBP CE website here.

Upcoming | Past
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Programs Release Date Expiration Date Flyer Hours
Preceptor Mini-Series 1: Preceptor Pharm Tools 01/30/2023 01/30/2026 Flyer 3.00
Preceptor Mini-Series 2: Adventures of Interprofessional Precepting 01/30/2023 01/30/2026 N.A. 3.00
Preceptor Mini-Series 3: Residency Preceptor's Experience 01/30/2023 01/30/2026 N.A. 1.50
Preceptor Mini-Series 4: A Glimpse Into the Life of a Community Pharmacy Preceptor 01/30/2023 01/30/2026 N.A. 1.50
Preceptor Mini-Series 5: Change of Heart - An Interprofessional Mini-Series 01/30/2023 01/30/2026 N.A. 3.00
Preceptor Mini-Series 6: The Reason I Jump - An Interprofessional Mini-Series 01/30/2023 01/30/2026 N.A. 3.50
STUDENT VERSION ONLY - The Reason I Jump 09/23/2020 09/23/2023 N.A. 0.00
TTUHSC - Becoming a More Effective Preceptor: Using the Five Microskills 12/09/2021 12/09/2024 N.A. 1.00
TTUHSC - Becoming an Immunizer: Law and C.E. Requirements 12/14/2020 12/14/2023 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Best Practices in Pain Management 12/02/2020 11/13/2023 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Buprenorphine for Chronic Pain Management 03/09/2022 03/09/2025 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Combating Vaccine Myths; Arsenal for the Cause 07/01/2020 07/01/2023 N.A. 1.00
TTUHSC - COVID is Finally Covered! What you need to know about COIVD-19 Vaccines 02/01/2022 02/01/2025 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - COVID-19 Vaccines Update: Boosted Edition 12/22/2022 12/22/2025 N.A. 1.00
TTUHSC - Development and Evaluating Preceptor Readiness in Layered Learning 11/09/2022 11/09/2025 N.A. 1.00
TTUHSC - Expanding Pharmacy Care to Assist Patients with Mental Illness 08/02/2021 08/02/2024 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Influenza Vaccinations 02/01/2022 02/01/2025 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Law Review of Class A and Class C Pharmacies 03/08/2023 03/08/2026 N.A. 0.50
TTUHSC - Law Updates 04/04/2022 04/04/2025 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Making Thinking Visible with Cognitive Apprenticeship 04/08/2022 04/08/2025 N.A. 1.00
TTUHSC - Pediatric Vaccinations 02/01/2022 02/01/2025 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Prescribing and Monitoring of Controlled Substances in the Management of Chronic Pain 10/02/2020 10/02/2023 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Prescribing and Monitoring of Controlled Substances: A Focus on the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program 04/15/2021 04/15/2024 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Teaching Critical Thinking in the Experiential Setting 09/01/2021 09/01/2024 N.A. 1.00
TTUHSC - Texas Pharmacy Law Update 2020 08/13/2020 08/13/2023 N.A. 2.00
TTUHSC - Think Thick, Don't Stick! 06/19/2020 06/19/2023 N.A. 1.00
TTUHSC - USP 797 and Basic Aseptic Technique 09/21/2021 09/21/2024 N.A. 4.00
TTUHSC - USP 800 and Sterile Compounding 09/21/2021 09/21/2024 N.A. 4.00