Christopher Johnson, PharmD, MEd Christopher Johnson

Assistant Professor

Depart of Pharmacy Practice
Phone: (501) 686-6683
Fax: (501) 296-1168
Office: ED II 6/110B
Email: CJohnson4@uams.edu


Education & Training

  • Bachelor of Science in Biology from Oregon State University; 2010.
  • Doctor of Pharmacy from Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy; 2015.
  • PGY-1 Practice & Academic Leadership Residency at Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy; 2015-2017.
  • Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy Preparing Future Pharmacy Faculty Certificate Program; 2017.
  • Master of Science in Education from Concordia University Wisconsin; 2017.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • PhPr7203 Therapeutics I
    Diabetes Mellitus
  • PHPR 7412, 7413 Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience
    Direct Patient Care- Ambulatory Care, Elective

Clinical Practice

  • Clinical Pharmacist at UAMS Family Medical Center

Research & Scholarly Interests

  • Ambulatory care practice advancement; improving care for under-served patient populations; pedagogical impacts on student learning in didactic and experiential settings.

Honors & Awards

  • Senior Recognition Award from American Pharmacists Associations – Academy of Student Pharmacists, 2015.
  • Student Achievement Award from Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin, 2015.
  • Student Good Government Award from Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin, 2014.

Memberships

  • American Pharmacists Association, 2011 – Present
  • American Society of Health System Pharmacists, 2011 – Present
  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 2015 – Present
  • Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society, 2013 – Present
  • Arkansas Pharmacists Association, 2017 – Present
  • Arkansas Association of Health-System Pharmacists, 2017 – Present

Publications

C Johnson, Traynor AP. Servant Leadership, an Oxymoron or Obligation for ALL Pharmacists? The J Pharm Soc WI. 2014;17(1):55-57.

C Johnson. American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting 2013: Student Involvement in Steering the Future of Pharmacy through Policy. The J Pharm Soc WI. 2013;16(5):66–67.

C Johnson, Traynor AP. Using Visits with Simulated Legislators to Improve Pharmacy Students’ Advocacy Skills. AJPE. 2016;80(5):Article S2:92.


Curriculum Vitae