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Amy Conway

Amy Conway

Conway, Ms. Amy
Lecturer
aconway@mun.ca
Phone: 709 777 8916
TC105

Currently, Ms. Conway is not accepting any graduate students.

Amy Conway graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland with her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 2001 and her Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) in 2003. She graduated from Idaho State University College of Pharmacy with her Non-traditional Doctor of Pharmacy in December 2013.

Dr. Conway has practiced as both a community and hospital pharmacist since graduation in 2001. She currently works in community practice part time.

Dr. Conway has been a faculty member with the School of Pharmacy since August 2007. At the School of Pharmacy, Dr. Conway currently coordinates second and third year Pharmacy Skills courses (Phar 3650 and 4651) as well as Patient Care 3301. She is also involved as a faculty liaison for students on community pharmacy placements during the final Structured Practical Experience.

Research interests include pharmacy education, enhancement of community pharmacy practice, and diabetes.

Dr. Conway was a member of the executive of the Newfoundland and Labrador Branch of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists as secretary from 2006 – 2010. Dr. Conway was a member of the School of Pharmacy Alumni Homecoming committee in 2009. She is currently a member of the host task force for the CSHP Summer Educational Sessions (SES) taking place August 2014.

Dr. Conway was born and raised in St. John’s, NL.

Selected publications/posters/presentations

Dillon Carla M, Mahoney John J. Genge Terri L, Conway Amy E, Stringer Katherine C. Prevalence of medication management by community pharmacists in patients of a Newfoundland family medicine clinic Canadian Pharmacists Journal/Revue des Pharmaciens du Canada May/June 2014 147: 154-158, first published on March 31, 2014 doi: 10.1177/1715163514528869

Young SW, Bishop LD, Conway A. Interventions performed by community pharmacists in one province in Canada: A prospective cross-sectional study. Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management 2012; 8:415–21.

Pharmaceutical Care: What’s happening in community pharmacy in NL. Presented with Lisa Bishop. Pharmacists Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (PANL) Conference. St. John’s, NL. September 17, 2011.

Kearney A, Adey T, Bursey M, Conway A, Cooze L, Cunning G, Dillon C, Pevida A, Barrett J, Barter J, King-Jesso P, Kirby B, McCarthy P, Hollett A, Mullins-Richards P, Predham H. "Improving Patient Safety Through Undergraduate Interprofessional Education," Canadian Conference on Medical Education (2010), St. John’s Newfoundland and Labrador.

Kearney, A., Adey, T., Bursey, M., Conway, A., Cooze, L., Cunning, G., Dillon, C., Pevida, A., Barrett, J., Barter, J., King-Jesso, P., Kirby, B., McCarthy, P., Mullins-Richards, P., & H. Predham. “Enhancing Patient Safety through Undergraduate Interprofessional Education,” Eastern Health Patient Safety Week Education Day (2009), St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 

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