Greta Mah received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto. She is currently a clinical pharmacist for the Geriatric Day Hospital and Geriatric Clinic for Parkinson’s at the North York General Hospital, as well as coordinator for the “Living Well with Parkinson’s” education program at the hospital’s specialized geriatric service. She is a certified geriatric pharmacist through the U.S. Commission of Certified Geriatric Pharmacist Organization.

Mah is also adjunct lecturer at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy. She has created and reviewed teaching and learning modules related to dementia and Parkinson’s Disease, facilitated interprofessional courses on safe prescribing and pain, and taught in Pharmacotherapy in Older Adults (PHM352H1) – Dementia. She has also served as a preceptor for numerous students.

Mah’s research interests focus on improving care for geriatric patients. Recent projects include the prevention of emergency room visits for Parkinson’s patients through pharmacist-led telephone interventions, and an interprofessional patient-centred approach (1) to improve health outcomes and (2) to manage chronic non-cancer pain in frail elderly patients at an outpatient day hospital.

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