Teri Charrois, BScPharm, ACPR, MSc

Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Practice Innovation, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences

Contact

Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Practice Innovation, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Email
theresa.charrois@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 248-5669
Address
3-227 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
11405 - 87 Ave NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 1C9

Overview

About

Director of Practice Innovation

Education:

BScPharm (University of Alberta, 1997)

Accredited Canadian Pharmacy Resident (Capital Health Authority, 1998)

MSc (Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, 2005)

Awards:

Excellence in Teaching, High Commendation (Curtin University), 2012

eScholar (Curtin University), 2012


Research

Research Interests: Pharmacist prescribing, Teaching and Learning in Pharmacy Education

For current list of publications, click here.


Teaching

Course coordinator for Pharmacy 330 (fall semester) and Pharmacy 430 (winter semester). 

Courses

PHARM 320 - Patient Care Skills 3

Students will continue to apply knowledge and develop skills required by a pharmacist to provide patient care, using a systematic process to define and achieve the goals of optimizing safe, effective pharmacotherapy. Students will also continue to develop abilities in professionalism, communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork and self-directed learning. Sessions are designed to facilitate collaborative learning that will be transferable to diverse practice settings, with an introduction to the hospital setting in order to prepare the student for practice experiences. (Restricted to Pharmacy students.)

Fall Term 2020

Publications

Pharmacist care of patients with heart failure: a systematic review of randomized trials.
Author(s): Koshman SL, Charrois TL, Simpson SH, McAlister FA, Tsuyuki RT.
Publication: Archives of Internal Medicine
Volume: 168
Issue: 7
Page Numbers: 687-94

Randomized Trial of the Effect of Pharmacist Prescribing on Improving Blood Pressure in the Community: The Alberta Clinical Trial in Optimizing Hypertension (RxACTION).
Author(s): Tsuyuki RT, Houle SK, Charrois TL, Kolber MR, Rosenthal MM, Lewanczuk R, Campbell NR, Cooney D, McAlister FA; RxACTION Investigators
Publication: Circulation
Volume: 132
Issue: 2
Page Numbers: 93-100