Jill Hall, BScPharm, ACPR, PharmD

Assistant Dean, Professional Programs, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Clinical Associate Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences


Assistant Dean, Professional Programs, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences

Clinical Associate Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
(780) 492-7559
3-236 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
11405 - 87 Ave NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 1C9




Bachelors of Science with a Specialization in Pharmacology (BSc) - University of Alberta (2001)

Bachelors of Science in Pharmacy (BScPharm) - University of Alberta (2001)

Accredited Pharmacy Residency Program (ACPR) - London Health Sciences Centre, London, ON (2002)

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) - University of Toronto (2012)


Alberta College of Pharmacists 

Additional Prescribing Authority (Alberta College of Pharmacists) (2014)

Clinical Practice

Rheumatology, Kaye Edmonton Clinic, University of Alberta Hospital


Clinical Areas of Interest:

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Cardiovascular Risk Reduction

Pharmacy Practice Areas of Interest:

Collaborative Patient Care

Ambulatory Care

Pharmacy Education Areas of Interest:

Predictors of success of pharmacy students entering clinical practice

Use of problem based learning and technology in teaching

For a current list of publications, click here


Additional Teaching

PHARM 498: Research and Directed Studies - Independent Student Projects 

PHARM 515: PharmD for Practicing Pharmacists - Specialty Elective - Rheumatology and Research 

PHARM 537: Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience - Elective - Rheumatology and Research


I do not supervise graduate students.


PHARM 443 - Pharmacotherapy 6

Students will develop fundamental knowledge in the areas of reproductive and sexual health, as well as musculoskeletal/joint conditions and will apply therapeutic and pharmaceutical science knowledge to various patient care scenarios, with increasing complexity. Students will further develop their critical thinking and self-directed learning skills, along with their breadth and depth of therapeutic knowledge, as they incorporate principles of evidence-based therapeutic decision making within the patient care process framework. (Restricted to Pharmacy students.)

Fall Term 2020
PHARM 503 - Advanced Pharmacotherapy

Explores selected pharmacotherapy topics and provides an opportunity for students to integrate knowledge and skills. Topics will be explored using the primary literature to critically evaluate emerging controversies and therapeutic dilemmas and addresses advanced skills and knowledge required for monitoring outcomes of drug therapy including interpreting drug levels and adjusting therapy. Sections offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar. (Restricted to PharmD students or with Faculty consent.) Pre or corequisites: PHARM 501 and 502, or consent of the Faculty.

Fall Term 2020