Kristine B. Marcus, BSPharm, RPh, BCPS, FOSHP
Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist--Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties, 1995 to present
ASHP Accredited (PGY1) General Pharmacy Residency--OHSU Hospitals and Clinics, Portland OR, 1991
BSPharm--University of Washington School of Pharmacy, Seattle WA, 1990
My primary research focus is connected through my interests in post-graduate training, experiential education, and preceptor development. I additionally have some projects focused in teaching methods and pharmacy school program assessment. Current projects include: a survey of grading systems in US Schools of Pharmacy including a focus on Pass/Fail/competency based programs; trends and factors impacting pharmacy residency match rates; quality assessment methods of experiential education sites; and development of critical appraisal of the medical literature training modules for residents and preceptors.
For more information, see Professor Marcus's CV.
Outside the Classroom
Professor Marcus is married to her pharmacy school sweetheart and they have a daughter who will be heading to college soon. Their family also includes two rescued tuxedo cats. Personal interests/hobbies include: hiking, traveling, anything involving food and friends, Broadway musicals, and all forms of dance. She volunteers at her local high school's College and Career Center, Dress for Success Oregon, and leads the backstage props/sets crew for her daughter's pre-professional ballet performances.