Office of Experiential Programs

The Office of Experiential Programs assists in the coordination of experiential programs for all instructional centers for IPPE and APPE experiences in the College. The Directors and the staff for each pharmacy practice center report to the Associate Dean for Clinical and Affairs. As a team, all of these individuals work cooperatively to administer and evaluate the experiential experiences for the College.


Office of Experiential Programs
Office of Experiential Programs


  • Execute and maintain up to date affiliation agreements
  • Initiate background checks and immunizations for all students prior to experiential training in conjunction with the Office of Student Affairs and the Dean of the College
  • Serve as the contact for pharmaceutical industry and specialized corporate experiences with flow of information to the directors.


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IPPE is defined as practice experiences offered in various practice environments during the early sequencing of the pharmacy curriculum for the purposes of providing transitional experiential activities and active learning.

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The APPE curriculum is comprised of a variety of required and elective experiences which are of the scope, intensity and duration to support the accomplishment of the Educational Outcomes that are created to prepare practice-ready graduates

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Directors at each location schedule training experiences for learners enrolled in their respective pharmacy practice centers and questions relative to student placement, performance and other issues should first be directed specifically to those individuals:

Name Email Phone
Mildred Brickler, DPT
Director of Experiential Education (850) 599-3586
Patty Ghazvini, PharmD, BCGP
Tallahassee Campus (850) 599-3636
Frank Emanuel, PharmD, FASHP
Northeast Florida Pharmacy Practice Center (904) 391-3901
Nathan Eraikhuemen, Pharm.D.
South Florida Pharmacy Practice Center (954) 376-6140
Charlie Colquitt, Pharm.D.
Central Florida Pharmacy Practice Center (813) 975-6500
Margareth Larose-Pierre, PharmD
Durell Peaden Jr. Rural Pharmacy  Education Campus (850) 689-7915