Pauline A. Low. PharmD, PGDip, RPh
PGDip - University of Brighton, UK
PGY2 Critical Care & Nutrition Support, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency, Regional Medical Center at Memphis, TN
PharmD - Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Allied Health
I currently practice in ambulatory care at Mountain View Medical Center in Forest Grove, OR. My particular area of interests are in motivational patient-care joint decision making, care of older adults, and interprofessional healthcare.
The Assistant Dean of Academics and Assessment (ADAA) is the academic administrator who oversees curricular and programmatic assessment initiatives within the School, while providing leadership and support in instructional design, teaching development, assessment of student learning, accreditation, interprofessional education, and mentorship to assist faculty, post-graduate learners, staff, and pharmacy students in fulfilling the School’s mission.
Outside the Classroom
I grew up in England and have practiced as a pharmacist in both the USA and UK. Prior to my pharmacy career I worked in business management for an International finance company based in the UK. After graduating pharmacy school and residency training I worked as a Critical Care/Trauma Pharmacist in Tennessee and Utah before landing in Oregon.
I have a rescued Great Dane named Cooper (because I drive a Mini-Cooper and he loves to ride around in it!). He loves to have medical literature read to him and is known to post pharmacy questions to help with student learning.