Affiliate Members - Graduate Students and Residents
Graduate Student, Social and Administrative Pharmacy
Areas of Expertise: I am learning and investigating where my niche will be in academic pharmacy. I was involved in academic pharmacy for about 7 years before deciding to go back to graduate school in pursuit of my PhD with a specific focus in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Some of my interests include team-based learning, leadership development, curricular quality improvement, studying students’ strengths and talents, assessment, and evaluation.
Natalie Roy, PharmD
As a pharmacy resident, I am exploring potential areas of interest within innovation and scholarship in pharmacy education. I am currently drawn to the discovery and assessment of communication strategies that result in patient empowerment, such as motivational interviewing and shared decision-making.
Stephanie Swanson, Pharm.D.
As a pharmacy resident, I am exploring potential areas of interest within innovation and scholarship in pharmacy education. I am currently drawn to the concepts of wellbeing and resilience across various stages of learning and development for students and residents.
PhD Student, Social and Administrative Pharmacy
Areas of expertise in education related innovation and scholarship: My areas of interest and expertise are still growing, but I am drawn to the learning and growth that occur during periods of transition. For pharmacy students this may be as they transition from undergraduate course work to graduate pharmacy education, as they transition from didactic curriculum to experiential education, or as they transition from student to practitioner. This transitional period also applies to other health professional students, especially as they transition from being students to being part of an interprofessional clinical team. I believe that these transitional periods may provide opportunities for educational interventions that can add meaningful value to the experience for the learners.