PhD (Clinical Pharmacy)
Discipline of Clinical Pharmacy
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The focus of my career has been directing the strategic development of academic programs and services that elevate academic standards effectively incorporating real-world connections into the curriculum to optimize the learning experience. In my current role as Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy, I excel at building team culture through strong adaptive leadership delivering a rigorous and engaging academic experience. I provide comprehensive support to faculty spearheading coordination, the guidance of the curriculum, pedagogy, and aligning capabilities with organizational vision and mission. My desire is to elevate professional proficiencies of PhD and graduate level students, creating strategies based upon program performance and assessment cycle benchmarks.
I possess a keen ability to drive program success, leveraging strong content knowledge to ensure that all programs comply with Higher Learning Commission guidelines. Furthermore, I have created an inclusive learning environment promoting accessibility for underrepresented populations.
Additional highlights within my career include:
• Talent for building professional and working relationships with educators and faculty to facilitate continual development opportunities.
• Provide mentoring and professional development training along with supervision of PhD and graduate research projects. Moderate discussions on Clinical Pharmacy Practices, Public Health, and Hospital Clerkship.
My research specialties are Infectious Diseases, Antibiotic Stewardship, Infectious diseases associated with nephrological challenges, Epidemiology and Clinical Pharmacy services in health care system improvement, and actively supervising Ph.D. and master research projects (Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice) in main/co-supervision. I have some international research collaborations with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Indonesia, Pakistan & Australia.
In my current position, my philosophy has been creating an efficient, open, and collaborative process of joint governance as appropriate to each task; this has been vital to my leadership success. My track record of working effectively and building consensus with faculty, staff, and students. I supervised postgrad researcher projects [(Ph.D.’s in total=20; 13 in Main supervision); (Masters in research mode=15; 11 in main supervision); (Master’s by course work research project=09); (Master’s in Medicine research project=03)]. The number of publications are +300 and Scopus H-index is 19.
Postgraduate Teaching (MPharm (Clinical Pharmacy) by Course Work)
Hospital-based Undergraduate Pharmacy Clerkship