Honors and Awards
- Preceptor of the Year, Ferris State University - 2003
- Executive Board Service Award, Michigan Pharmacists Association - 2005
- Hall of Honor, Michigan Pharmacists Association - 2005
- Chairman of the Board Service Award, Consultant Pharmacist Society of Michigan - 2005 & 2011
- Honorary Member, Golden Key International Honour Society - 2008
- Building Michigan's Healthcare Workforce Award, The Michigan Health Council - 2012
- Pharmacist of the Year, Consultant Pharmacist Society of Michigan - 2013
- Honorary Member, Pharmacy Leadership Society - 2015
- Fellow, Michigan Pharmacists Association - 2016
|B.S., Ferris State University|
|A.S., Ferris State University|
|Pharm.D., Ferris State University|
School of Pharmacy
Development and Perceptions of an Academic Success Tool for Pharmacy Students Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy (2022)
Objective: Some students may face challenges with graduate-level reading and writing, particularly in certain active learning pedagogies, such as team-based learning or peer instruction, which require extensive pre-reading. The objective of this study is to ...
Conference Presentations (11)
APhA Career Pathway Evaluation Program Michigan Pharmacists Association Annual Convention & Exposition (2016)
At the end of this presentation, participants should be able to recognize at least three pharmacy practice environments that were not previously considered; develop a self-directed process for making excellent career choices; and reflect on ...
Empathy: Assuring Great Care by Focusing on Others Michigan Pharmacists Association Annual Convention & Exposition (2016)
At the end of this presentation, participants should be able to define empathy; reflect on their own approaches toward others, determining if they are primarily others-centric or self-centric; and describe two ways they can adjust ...
Incorporating Common Educational Approaches to Help Pharmacists Improve Therapeutic Outcomes Michigan Pharmacists Association Annual Convention & Exposition (2015)
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to recognize four learning styles commonly seen in the American population; associate specific tools to help patients better achieve health outcomes; and review varied educational ...