Dr. Amy Clarke

Assistant Professor

Dr. Clarke received her bachelor of science (pharmacy) from Memorial University in 2001, her bachelor of education (intermediate/secondary) in 2003, and her doctor of pharmacy from Idaho State University in 2013. 

Research Areas of Interest:

Pharmacist Expanded Scope
Teaching and Learning in Pharmacy

Teaching Areas of Interest:

Patient Care
Pharmacy Skills

Current Projects:

Pharmacy students learn to critically self-reflect using e-portfolios

Selected Publications:

Gamble J.M., Clarke A., Myers K.J., Agnew M.D., Hatch K., Snow M.M., and Davis E.M. (2015). Incretin-based medications for type 2 diabetes: an overview of reviews. Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, 17: 649–658. doi: 10.1111/dom.12465

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.

*published under maiden name


Dr. Amy Clarke
Phone: (709) 864-7832