Administration & Faculty
Susan M. Stein, RPh, MS, DHEd
Associate Dean, College of Health Professions
Professor, School of Pharmacy
2010 Doctor of Health Education,
A. T. Still University School of Health Management
1999 Master of Science,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1990 Bachelor of Science, Pharmacy,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Selected Professional Service
2011-Present, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy Region 6 Academic Liaison
2011-Present, Virginia Garcia Foundation Board
2011- Present, Remington Science Research Board
2010- Present, United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) Convention Delegate
2009-Present, Oregon Pharmacy Coalition
2008-2012, ASHP Section of Clinical Specialists and Scientists Programming Committee2007-2008 (chair), 2006-2007 (vice-chair), 2005-2006 (member) ASHP Council on Therapeutics, Chair
Areas of Research & Specialization
Interest areas include teacher training and faculty development, interprofessional education, clinical and pharmacy practice education, pharmaceutics, cardiovascular medicine, pharmacy law and preceptor development.
Stein SM, Fujisaki BS, Davis SE. Garrelts MacLean L. A 1-day course to improve the teaching effectiveness of health professions faculty members. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2012;76(1): Article 15.
Stein SM, Fujisaki BS, Davis SE. What Does Effective Teaching Look Like? Profession-centric Perceptions of Effective Teaching in Pharmacy and Nursing Education. Health and Interprofessional Practice, 2011;1(1):eP1003.
Stein SM. Health Professions Education: Creating a Teaching Excellence Module for Faculty [doctorate thesis]. Kirksville: A.T. Still University, 2010.
Stein SM. ed. Boh’s Pharmacy Practice Manual. 3rd ed. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009.
Stein SM. Drug Administration. In: Boh’s Pharmacy Practice Manual. 3rd ed. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009.
Stein SM. Patient Safety. In: Boh’s Pharmacy Practice Manual. 3rd ed. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009.
Stein SM, Fassett W, Fortner J. Professionalism in Pharmacy. In: Boh’s Pharmacy Practice Manual. 3rd ed. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009.
Karimi R, Brumfield T, Brumfield F, Safaiyan F, Stein, SM. Zellweger Syndrome: A Genetic Disorder That Alters Lipid Biosynthesis And Metabolism. The Internet Journal of Pharmacology. 2007:5;1.
Stein SM. Sterile Preparation Evolves: A USP 797 Implementation Story. Hospital Pharmacy.2006:41(1);49-58.
Selected Published Abstracts and Poster Presentations
Karimi RM, Meyer D, Fujisaki BS, Stein SM. Longitudinal Curricular Activity by Graduating Pharmacy Students, a Poster Child for Integrated Learning. AACP, Chicago, IL, 2013.
Karimi RM, Jackson KC, Stein SM. Building a Coherent Curricular Interface in a Learner-Centered Paradigm. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 75(5): Article 105, 2011.
Karimi RM, Bonnarens JK, Jackson KC, Stein SM. Promoting Faculty Enrichment in a Learner-Centered PharmD Program. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 74(5): Article 96, 2010.
Brown S, Jackson KC, Christensen LC, Stein SM. Development and Implementation of a Regional Collaboration for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiential Education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 74(5): Article 96, 2010.
Robinson JS, Stein SM, MacLean LG. Incorporating Student Centered Active Learning Strategies into an Applied Patient Care Laboratory Setting. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 74(5): Article 96, 2010.
Fortner J, Stein SM, Jackson KC, Millard ME. Reinforcing Chemotherapy Sterile Preparation Techniques. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 73(4): Article 57, 2009.
Ito MK, Baker DE, Hudgins GA, Ramirez J, Rice LE, Stein SM, O’Sullivan T, Weber S. A Collaborative Approach to Providing Preceptor Education in Pharmacy. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 73(4): Article 57, 2009.
Karimi RM, Stein SM, Hopkins-Powell S, Bonnarens JK. Interdisciplinary Case Conferences in a College of Health Professions: How to See the World Through your Colleague’s Eyes. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 72(3): Article 72, 2008.
Marrs JC, Fujisaki BS, Marcus KB, Singh H, Stein SM. Portland Pharmacy Resident Teaching Certificate (PPRTC) Program. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 72(3): Article 72, 2008.
Design & Implementation of an Accent Modification Program for Pharmacy Students Who Speak English as a Non-Native Language. Doug Meyer, Susan Stein. AACP Annual Meeting, July 2013.
Blending and Facilitating: Outside and In-Class Presentations and Activities. Pacific University Blended Learning Retreat, May 2013.
Competency-based Assessment: Design Your Expectations. Washington State University, Faculty Development, April 2013.
A 6-Session Faculty Development Workshop: Effective Teaching Methods Course. National College for Naturopathic Medicine, October 2012 - January 2013.
Blended Learning: Facilitating Discussions and Activities. ODHA Fall Dental Health Conference, October 2012.
Effective Lecture Components. Oregon Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program, September 2012.
Health System Pharmacy Nuggets. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Midyear Meeting, December 2008.
Managing USP 797 in Oregon: A How-To Discussion. Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists (OSHP) Annual Seminar, April 2007.