School of
Pharmacy

Pharmacy Practice and Administration

About Pharmacy Practice and Administration

The Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration supports the School of Pharmacy mission — to educate, innovate, discover, engage and serve to improve health.

Goals

  • Provide advanced level educational opportunities in classroom and clinical practice environments
  • Provide progressive patient-centered care and serve as a model to improve individual and population health outcomes for advanced pharmacy practice
  • Promote professionalism within the practice of pharmacy
  • Contribute to the research mission of the School of Pharmacy and share educational and practice discoveries
  • Advance the agenda of the school, profession and public health initiatives through service activities of the School of Pharmacy, the university and beyond

Contact Pharmacy Practice and Administration

Cameron Lindsey, Pharm.D., MPH, BC-ADM, CDCES, BCACP

Chair, Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration/Director of Co-Curriculum/Professor

Sean Smith

Office Support Assistant IV

Drug Information Center

The Drug Information Center is a designated academic center that provides drug information to patients, caregivers and health-care professionals. In addition, we provide evidence-based medicine formulary management services to hospitals and state agencies.

Drug Information Center

Contact the Drug Information Center

Morgan Sperry, Pharm.D.

Director, Drug Information Center/Associate Clinical Professor

Experiential Learning

The Office of Experiential Programs serves as the liaison between the School of Pharmacy and the student and faculty preceptors. The function of the office is to recruit and maintain practice site and preceptor relationships, make student assignments to practice sites and preceptors and to support faculty members and students throughout the experiential education process.

The office coordinates all introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences (IPPE/APPE) for students on both the Kansas City and Columbia campuses. The IPPE and APPE experiences account for approximately 30 percent of the professional curriculum and provide academic credit as well as internship hours toward pharmacist licensure.

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Contact Experiential Learning

Valerie Ruehter, Pharm.D., BCPP

Director of Experiential Learning/Clinical Assistant Professor

Angela Brownfield, Pharm.D.

Assistant Director of Experiential Learning/Clinical Assistant Professor

Diane M. McClaskey, R.Ph., BCPS

Assistant Director of Experiential Learning/Clinical Assistant Professor

Christina Berg

Academic Advisor/Student Onboarding Specialist