Clinical Assistant Professor Tiffany Shin earned a B.S. in Pharmaceutical Science (2008) and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (2010) from the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. She went on to complete a PGY-1 residency in Pharmacy Practice at UC Health - University Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio and a PGY-2 residency in Ambulatory Care with an emphasis in Academia at the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Shin served as a clinical assistant professor at the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy for 1 year prior to joining the KU faculty in 2013.
Dr. Shin has a joint appointment with the Department of Family and Community Medicine with the KU School of Medicine. She practices at the Via Christi Family Medicine Resident Clinic on Emporia in Wichita. Her clinical and research interests include diabetes, primary care pharmacy, interprofessional practice, and medication adherence.
- Pharmacy practice
- Patient Care Process
- Patient Interviewing
- Clinical Documentation
- Clinical Assessment
Kostoff, M. & Shin, T. R. (2016). Integration of pharmacy students into family medicine residency clinics. Family Medicine, 48(10), 805-808. http://www.stfm.org/Portals/49/Documents/FMPDF/FamilyMedicineVol48Issue10Kostoff805.pdf
Shrader, S. Kostoff, M. Shin, T. R., Heble, A. Kempin, B. Miller, A. & Patykiewicz, N. (2016). Alternative methods of interprofessional communication simulations: using technology to enhance interprofessional education. Am J Pharm Educ, 80(1), Article 13. DOI:10.5688/ajpe80113
Shin, T. R., Clark Dula, C. A., Mehta, B. H., Rodis, J. L., & Pruchnicki, M. C. (2015). Pharmacy residents’ pursuit of academic positions. Am J Pharm Educ, 79(3), Article 38. DOI:10.5688/ajpe79338