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About Eric G. Boyce

Eric G. Boyce, PharmD, originally from Canada, earned both his bachelor of science in pharmacy and his doctor of pharmacy from University of Utah. Dr. Boyce also completed a hospital residency at the University of Utah, adding to his experiences as a community pharmacist, hospital pharmacist, and clinical pharmacist. Prior to joining the University of the Pacific, he served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Utah's College of Pharmacy from 1976 to 1980, as faculty member at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy from 1984 to 2003, and as the Assistant Dean for Assessment at Wingate University's School of Pharmacy from 2003 to 2006.

His passion is helping students develop into leading health care professionals by imparting a strong knowledge base and the ability to effectively communicate. He helps students foster the skills needed to problem solve and care for patients in a professional manner. His goal is to provide an excellent experience for students that enables them to reach their full potential and explore the many possibilities for a career in helping to improve the well-being of others.

In addition to students, Dr. Boyce works with the faculty to help them improve their abilities to teach, serve and meet their career goals. His aim for the overall doctor of pharmacy program is for the students to have the resources needed to succeed academically and obtain the highest level of scholarship. He is inspired by his patients, students, colleagues and teachers.

Dr. Boyce is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. He originally went into the field of pharmacy because two of his friends were studying to become pharmacists. Outside of the classroom, Dr. Boyce enjoys running, hiking, golfing and photography.

Positions

2011 - Present Director, Bachelor of Arts in Applied Science program, University of the Pacific Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
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2006 - Present Associate Dean For Academic Affairs, University of the Pacific Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
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2006 - Present Professor, University of the Pacific Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
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2003 - 2006 Assistant Dean for Assessment, Professor of Pharmacy, Acting Assistant Dean for Students, Wingate University
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1984 - 2003 University Director of Assessment, Department Chair, Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, and Instructor of Clinical Pharmacy, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
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1992 - 1999 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine
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1976 - 1980 Clinical Pharmacist, Pharmacist, and Clinical Instructor of Clinical Pharmacy, The University Of Utah
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • Academic Advisor of the Year, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, 2003
  • Scholar in Residence, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy 1999-2000
  • Outstanding Faculty of the Year, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, 1997
  • Pharmacy (AACP) Teacher of the Year, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1997
  • Merck Award for Research in Clinical Pharmacy. University of Utah, 1984
  • Mathematics Award. Valencia High School. Placentia CA, 1967

Courses

  • Therapeutics VII: Endocrine / Musculoskeletal
  • Advanced Pharmacy Practice Elective I
  • Practicum IV
  • Practicum III
  • Nonprescription Therapy & Self Care
  • Therapeutics II: GI / Hepatic / Nutrition
  • General Pharmaceutical Care I
  • Health Care Outreach IPPE
  • Independent Study elective
  • Statistics & Experimental Design
  • Teaching, Learning, Evaluation & Assessment

Education

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2003 Temple University ‐ Graduate School of Education
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1982 - 1984 Residency, Clinical Pharmacy, University of Utah
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1984 PharmD, Pharmacy, University of Utah
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1975 B.S., Pharmacy, University of Utah
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1967 - 1972 California State University, Fullerton
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Contact Information

Phone: 209.946.3144

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Books and Book Chapters (19)

Books and book chapters authored or edited by Dr. Eric Boyce.

Articles (70)

Journal articles written by Dr. Eric Boyce.