After graduating from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto, Karen completed a hospital pharmacy residency at St. Michael’s Hospital. She has experience practising in hospital, ambulatory, primary care and home care with a focus on nephrology, transplant, dialysis, diabetes and geriatrics. Karen has been a course coordinator for the advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) rotations in institutional practice, as well as PHM202H (Pharmacotherapy 3 -endocrinology, nephrology, urology) and PHM206H (Medication therapy management 3). She currently coordinates PHM619H (Physical Findings and Assessment), APPE and EPE rotations and is the Academic Lead Experiential Education for the professional programs. Her current research interests include preceptor models and use of VIC (virtual interactive cases) in pharmacy education.
McIntyre C, Natsheh C, Leblanc K, Fernandes O, Bjelajac Mejia A,Raman-Wilms A, Cameron K. A Qualitative Analysis of Canadian PharmD Student Experiences in Non-Traditional Student Preceptor Models. AJPE e-pub ahead of print
Bravo J, So M, Natsheh C, Tait G, Austin Z, Cameron K. Descriptive analysis of fourth year pharmacy students’ impressions on Virtual Interactive Case (VIC) software. American Journal of Pharmacy Education. February 2019;83(1):34-39.
Cameron K, Fernandes O, Musing E, Raymond C. Increasing Capacity for Experiential Rotations for Pharmacy Learners: Lessons Learned from a Multisite Teaching Hospital. CJHP; 69 (1): Jan-Feb 2016.