Faculty Profiles

Jennifer Henriksen Jennifer A. Henriksen, Pharm.D.
Lab Experience Coordinator, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
260-470-2740
jahenriksen@manchester.edu

Dr. Henriksen joined the College of Pharmacy in June 2013, and is responsible for developing and coordinating pharmacy lab programs as well as teaching pharmacy practice courses. Dr. Henriksen earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from Purdue University and completed her pharmacy practice residency with an emphasis in academia at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center/Northeastern University in Boston. She has served on the faculty of Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions in Omaha and of Appalachian College of Pharmacy in Oakwood, Virginia.

Areas of interest/Recent projects

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, especially related to Labs and Integrative Medicine (including health improvement)

Publications/Presentations/Posters

  • Hamilton WR, Padron VA, Henriksen JA. Chapter 44: Engaging students in a large classroom and distance environment. In: Wang VCX, ed. International Education and the Next-Generation Workforce: Competition in the Global Economy. IGI Global – accepted, expected release 2013
  • Gavaza P, Yan W, Campbell J. Main challenges facing the pharmaceutical sector in Buchanan County, Virginia: a pilot study. Rural and Remote Health. 12: 2125. (Online) 2012. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au
  • Gavaza P, Campbell J, Mullins R. Pharmacy students’ opinions toward active learning in the didactic curriculum. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 1 October 2012;4(1):273-277. DOI: 10.1016/j.cptl.2012.06.002)

Reviewer:

  • The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2010 – present
  • Journal of American Pharmacists Association 2012 – present
  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
  • Annual meeting poster abstracts 2010, 2012, 2013

 

  • Poster, “Impact of Pharmacy Skills Lab 3 on Student Perceived Self-efficacy of Core Curricular Topics” Contributed; Annual; AACP; Chicago, IL, USA; July 2013
  • Poster; “Assessment of Pharmacy Students’ Confidence and Knowledge in a Patient Assessment Course” Contributed; Annual; AACP; Kissimmee, FL, USA; July 2012
  • Poster; “Development and Implementation of a Process to Qualitatively and Quantitatively Assess Student Initiated Community Service Events” Contributed; Annual; AACP; San Antonio, TX, USA; July 2011
  • Poster; “Complementary and Integrative Medicine: Developing and Assessing a Hands-on Elective Course of Complementary and Alternative Medicine” Contributed; Annual; AACP; San Antonio, TX, USA; July 2011
  • Poster; “Opinions of Appalachian College of Pharmacy Students toward Active Learning in the Didactic Curriculum” Contributed; Annual; AACP; San Antonio, TX, USA; July 2011
  • Roundtable Facilitator; “Service Learning and Community Service: Enhancing student attitudes toward social/civic responsibility.” Voluntarily Contributed; Annual; AACP; San Antonio, TX, USA; July 2011
  • Roundtable Facilitator; “Effective Community Service and Service Learning Activities: How do we engender in our students a feeling of professional responsibility toward the community?” Voluntarily Contributed; Annual; AACP; San Antonio, TX, USA; July 2011
  • Poster; “Pharmacists in Community Service (PICS): Assessing the Direct and Indirect Impact of PICS” Contributed; Annual; AACP; Seattle, WA, USA; July 2010
  • Poster; “Integration of Service Based Pharmacy Experiences into the Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum in Rural Appalachia” Contributed; Annual; AACP; Seattle, WA, USA; July 20

Honors/Awards

  • Appalachian College of Pharmacy: Student Organization Advisor of the Year Award 2012
    Presented by the Student Leadership Counsel
  • Appalachian College of Pharmacy: Preceptor of Excellence Award 2010
    Presented by the Class of 2010
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