Jennifer Danielson

Assistant Professor, Director, Introductory Practice Experiential Education

Department of Pharmacy, Experiential Education, Pharmacy Faculty

Expertise: Chronic Disease Pharmacotherapy, Interprofessional Education and Practice, Prevention/Lifestyle Health, Teaching Methods, Experiential Education and Student Leadership

Telephone: (206) 543-1924

Email: jendan@uw.edu

Office Location: South Campus Center, Suite 248 Box 357630 601 NE Columbia Road Seattle, WA 98195

Education

  • PharmD, University of Colorado
  • Masters of Business Administration, Drake University
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Drake University

Research Interests

  • Interprofessional education (IPE)
  • Experiential education

Courses Taught

  • PharmP 511-514 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) in Community Pharmacy
  • PharmP 531-533 Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) in Institutional Pharmacy
  • Pharm 588 Diabetes Care Elective
  • Guest Lecturer in Pharm 586 Pharmacy Practice Skills III and Pharm 564 Applied Pharmacotherapeutics II

Biography

Dr. Danielson is Director of Experiential Education in Introductory Practice and Assistant Professor of Pharmacy. She has worked in pharmacy academia since 1996. Prior to her position at the University of Washington, she was on the faculty and directed experiential programs at the University of Colorado, Campbell University, and Oregon State University. She also served as Chair of the pharmacy technician program at Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs. Her clinical practice experience is in diabetes education in the ambulatory care setting.

Her current teaching and research interests are in experiential education in pharmacy curricula and interprofessional education (IPE) across the health sciences. She has served on several committees and workgroups to implement IPE at the University of Washington. She is active regionally and nationally with her colleagues in experiential education through the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.