Danielle Nagy is a third year PhD student at the University of Alberta in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) at the University of Alberta in 2020. Under the supervision of Dr. Scot Simpson, her thesis research is focused on uncovering inequities in processes of care during […]
Ahmad Shakeri completed his BSc in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Toronto in 2018. He is currently working toward his MSc degree, studying the uptake and delivery of community pharmacist-delivered medication review services. He is lead author of “Impact of the 2016 Policy Change on the Delivery of MedsCheck Services […]
Shahrzad Salmasi, University of British Columbia graduate student, was the lead author of the research paper entitled, “Assessment of atrial fibrillation patients’ education needs from patient and clinician perspectives: a qualitative descriptive study,” published in Thrombosis Research. The paper includes evidence-based recommendations which can inform the design of patient education programs and initiatives.
Tasneem Siyamm of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Alberta (UoA), is the lead author on a paper published in Menopause, entitled “Perspectives and Decision-Making about Menopausal Therapies in Women Who had Bilateral Oophorectomy.” This research identified several modifiable deterrents to decision-making in early surgical menopause, which can help inform the development of a […]
Robert is a Research and Development Pharmacist, Primary Care, at Northern Health (in partnership with the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia). His award-winning research paper, published by Pharmacotherapy, is entitled, Evaluation of a Community Pharmacy–Based Screening Questionnaire to Identify Patients at Risk for Drug Therapy Problems
To describe the practice experiences of Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) pharmacists in Saskatchewan and determine what impact the CDE designation has had on their personal practices.
Wasem Alsabbagh is a PhD candidate from the University Saskatchewan and the 2013 recipient of the CFP / AFPC Graduate Student Award for Pharmacy Practice Research. His research is focused on medication adherence, socioeconomic status, and major health outcomes using population-based data from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health.
Completed a systematic review of the literature to examine the impact of pharmacist interventions in improving osteoporosis management. The impact of pharmacist interventions on osteoporosis management: a systematic review (Osteoporosis International)
To reach consensus on core competency statements for natural health products (NHPs) for Canadian pharmacy students. Core Competencies in Natural Health Products for Canadian Pharmacy Students (American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education)
Investigated the comparability of platelet function tests in quantifying platelet inhibition achieved by clopidogrel. Comparison of four tests to assess inhibition of platelet function by clopidogrel in stable coronary artery disease patients (European Heart Journal)