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Faria Munir


Clinical Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice

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Research Interests:
Dr. Munir’s research interests include healthcare disparities, staff training and education, DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) efforts, and organizational change.

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PhLAMES 2 (PHAR 466), 8/21/2023 – 12/1/2023
PhLAMES 1 (PHAR 465), 8/21/2023 – 12/1/2023
Evidence-Based Medicine (PHAR 440), 2/13/2023 – 4/28/2023
Evidence-Based Medicine (PHAR 440), 2/13/2023 – 4/28/2023
Evidence-Based Medicine (PHAR 440), 2/13/2023 – 4/28/2023
Evidence-Based Medicine (PHAR 440), 2/13/2023 – 4/28/2023
Evidence-Based Medicine (PHAR 440), 2/13/2023 – 4/28/2023
Pharmaceutical Care in the US (PHAR 201), 1/9/2023 – 4/28/2023
PhLAMES 6 (PHAR 470), 1/9/2023 – 4/28/2023

Selected Grants

Community Health Advocacy Award, OSF Healthcare System and the University of Illinois Chicago., 2/1/2022 - Present, Obligated Amount: $73757; No Anticipated Amount Set

Selected Publications

Elste, Jessica M, Ipema, Heather J, Denton, Christie, Munir, Faria, Alomari, Ruba, Dazy, Anna, Macrito, Rosa, Szydlowski, Nicole. (2023). Light-Sensitive Injectable Prescription Drugs—2022. Hospital Pharmacy, 58, (5), 448-475. doi:10.1177/00185787221133804.

Education

Degrees:
Master of Science in Pharmacy Practice, University of Kansas, United States, 2021
Doctor of Pharmacy, The Ohio State University, United States, 2019
Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, The Ohio State University, United States, 2015

Postgraduate Training:
PGY1/ PGY2 Health System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership Residency, University of Kansas Hospital, United States, 2021