Kelly is an assistant professor at the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy and a licensed and practicing pharmacist. She completed her undergraduate pharmacy degree at the University of Alberta, her residency at the London Health Sciences Centre in Ontario and a PharmD, MSc and post-doctoral fellowship at the University of British Columbia. Kelly’s research focuses on novel ways to bring research findings to busy medical clinics and pharmacy counters, namely through innovations in digital technologies. Her main projects focus on the intersection between mobile devices, wearable activity trackers and social media as a means to help older adults manage chronic illness. Other work has included examining the adoption of social media by the pharmacy profession and the use of social media platforms in undergraduate education.
Thursday, September 24 11:10 am (QCCA)
Building and implementing a national health informatics course for Canadian pharmacy students
The objective of this learning lab is to describe the design and implementation of a national health informatics course for pharmacy students. In 2013, the Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada... Read more