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Beth Phillips, named residency Preceptor of the Year

Beth Phillips, a clinical associate professor in the College of Pharmacy, has been named Residency Preceptor of the Year by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Phillips is director of the college’s post-graduate year-two ambulatory care residency program, which she developed in collaboration with the Charlie Norwood Veterans Affairs Department of Pharmacy and Ambulatory Care in 2008.

In addition to being evaluated on sustained significant contributions to residency training, Phillips was judged on her lead-by-example teaching philosophy, continuing mentorship, leadership and active participation in research, education and service.

Phillips will receive her award at the Pharmacy Residency Excellence Awards reception during the national ASHP mid-year clinical meeting in Anaheim, Calif., on Dec. 4.