Prospective Preceptors

Preceptors are faculty and volunteer practitioners who serve as educators of future pharmacists through the professional experience component of the Doctor of Pharmacy Program.  The program consists of a series of structured experiential learning activities which begin during the second semester of the first professional year. The experiences occur in a variety of settings such as hospitals, community pharmacies, and the pharmaceutical industry, among others.  A total of 1,620 contact hours (equivalent to 45 semester credits) are distributed and offered as a curricular sequence of six introductory experiences leading to eight advanced practice experiences in the fourth professional year of the curriculum.

For additional information, please contact:

Sacha Rivera-Sárate, PharmD, RPh, CGP (sacha.rivera1@upr.edu)
Experiential Education Program

María del Pilar Rivera (maria.rivera61@upr.edu)
Experiential Program Coordinator

Milagros Pérez Pietri, RPh (maria.perez40@upr.edu)
Experiential Learning Liaison

Phone: 787-758-2525,
ext. 5300, 2131 ó 7002
Fax: 787-754-6995

Physical Address:

Experiential Education Program
Office 417, 4th Floor
School of Pharmacy Building
Medical Sciences Campus
San Juan, PR 00931

Postal Address:

PO Box 365067
San Juan, PR  00936-5067

Preceptor Selection Guidelines
Preceptor Responsibilities

Community Engagement

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