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Ann Thompson, BScPharm, PharmD, ACPR

Clinical Associate Professor & Assistant Dean, Experiential Education

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

About Me

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BScPharm), College of Pharmacy, Dalhousie University, 1997

Accredited Canadian Pharmacy Residency (ACPR), QEII Health Science Center, Halifax, NS, 1998

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) - University of Colorado School of Pharmacy, 2011

Awards:

Practitioner Award, AB Branch, Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists, 2014

Hypertension Canada Award of Excellence, 2011

Gail McGlynn-Tuttle Practitioner Award, Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists, Nova Scotia Branch, 2005

Certification/Licensure:

2006-present Alberta College of Pharmacists

2008 Additional Prescribing Authority (Alberta College of Pharmacists)

1997-2006 Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists

Clinical Practice:

University of Alberta Hypertension Clinic, Kaye Edmonton Clinic, Alberta Health Services


Research

Experiential Education:

Novel Models of Precepting (Peer-Assisted Learning, Near-Peer Teaching, Co-Precepting)

Assessment of Students in Experiential Education



Teaching

BScPharm:

Pharm 367 Cardiology (Hypertension and BP Screening Clinics for Students)

Pharm 330 Practice Skills (Vital Sign Measurement)

Pharm 455: Elective Specialty Placement

Precepting in Experiential Education:

Pharm 455: Elective Specialty Placement in Hypertension Clinic

Pharm 513: PharmD Experiential Education Learning Part 3: Ambulatory/Community Practice

Pharmacy Residents in Hypertension Clinic (as part of Ambulatory Cardiology Clinics)

Guest Teaching:

Faculty of Medicine, University of Alberta, Integrated Community Clerkship (Year 3)