Terri Schindel, PhD, MCE, BSP

Full Lecturer / Clinical Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Director, PharmD for Practicing Pharmacists, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Contact

Full Lecturer / Clinical Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Email
terri.schindel@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-6134
Address
2-35 Medical Sciences Building
8613 - 114 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2H7

Director, PharmD for Practicing Pharmacists, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Email
Terri.Schindel@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-6134

Overview

Area of Study / Keywords

Social and Administrative Pharmacy


About

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Interdisciplinary: Educational Policy Studies and Information Studies - University of Alberta

Master of Continuing Education (MCE), Workplace Learning - University of Calgary

Accredited Canadian Pharmacy Residency (ACPR) - Saskatoon City Hospital

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSP) - University of Saskatchewan


Editorial Board

Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy


Boards

Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada


Research

Research Interests

Current list of publications


Teaching

Lead Instructor

PHARM 504 - Frameworks for Teams, Collaboration and Education in Pharmacy Practice

PHARM 495 - Leadership in Healthcare Decision Making

Guest Instructor

PHARM 312 - BASE 3 (Planning education for groups of patients)

PHARM 401 - Toxicology (Medical Assistance in Dying)

Announcements

I am not accepting graduate students

Courses

PHARM 495 - Leadership in Healthcare Decision Making

This course aims to enhance students' professional and personal leadership capacity through participating in real-world activities and team work and learning from invited pharmacy/healthcare leaders of different styles and various settings. Prerequisite: Consent of the Faculty.


PHARM 513 - Experiential Learning Part 3

The PharmD student will be expected to demonstrate professional competencies in the provision of patient care. Direct patient care activities will include health assessment, therapeutic drug monitoring, provision of drug information, and contributing to patient care in an ambulatory or community practice setting. Prerequisites: PHARM 501 or 521, 502 or 522, 503 or 523 and 533, 504 or 524/534/544, or with Faculty consent. Sections offered at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Tuition and Fees page in the University Regulations sections of the Calendar. (Restricted to PharmD for Practicing Pharmacists students).


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Featured Publications

Noyen M, Sanghera R, Kung JY, Schindel TJ

Pharmacy. 2023 August; 11 (5) 10.3390/pharmacy11050136


Schindel TJ, Woods P, Mey A, King MA. Gray M, Navarrete J

Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy. 2022 October; 75 (4):294-301 10.4212/cjhp.3213


Kaitlyn E Watson, Theresa J Schindel, Marina E Barsoum, Janice Y Kung

Pharmacy. 2021 May; 9 (2):99 10.3390/pharmacy9020099


Schindel TJ, Hughes CA, Makhinova T, Daniels JS

Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2021 March; 18 (1):2200-2212 10.1016/j.sapharm.2021.03.006


Schindel TJ, Breault RR, Hughes CA

Pharmacy. 2019 January; 7 (3):90 10.3390/pharmacy7030090


Schindel TJ, Yuksel N, Breault R, Daniels J, Varnhagen S, Hughes CA

Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2017 January; 13 (1):148-161 10.1016/j.sapharm.2016.02.007


Schindel TJ, Given LM

Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2013 January; 9 (4):384-395 10.1016/j.sapharm.2012.05.014