Mrs Stephanie Joy Yee

BPharm PGDipComm MPS MPSNZ

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Professional Teaching Fellow

Biography

I am a New Zealand registered pharmacist, active in professional practice, since graduating from Otago University in 1992. I have done postgraduate studies in business and communications.

Over my career I have had the privilege of enjoying an incredibly wide scope of pharmacy practice within New Zealand and overseas including clinical trials, medical information, management of professional services across 80 pharmacies nationwide and extensive work in community and hospital pharmacy settings.

I have been employed at the School of Pharmacy at the University of Auckland since 2000.

In my current role as a Professional Teaching Fellow at the School of Pharmacy I am a member of the Pharmacy Placements Team that supports BPharm undergraduates in their experiential learning. This consists of five modules throughout their degree in a variety of settings. I lead two of these modules annually in addition to supporting the Clinical and Professional Skills team with their dispensing labs, primary care workshops and OSCEs.

Teaching | Current

I teach into the following BPharm courses PHARMACY 211, 213, 311, 312 and 411.

Experiential Learning Placements

Placement Module 1 within PHARMACY 213

Placement Modules 2 and 3 within PHARMACY 311, 312

Placement Modules 4 and 5 within PHARMACY 411, 412

Clinical and Professional Skills

Clinical and Professional Skills is a module within PHARMACY 213, 311, 312, 411 and 412.

I provide teaching support in the following classes and exams to deliver learning outcomes as either a sole teacher, a small group of two teachers or a large group of tutors.

  1. dispensing laboratories
  2. primary care workshops
  3. medicines information workshops
  4. clinical skills
  5. mock and final OSCEs
  6. Interprofessional Learning Simulation Centre - as a facilitator of simulated de-briefs

I provide teaching support for NURSING717    Practicum for RN Designated Prescribers         

 

Responsibilities

Experiential Learning for BPharm undergraduates

Module Leader for Placement Modules 4 (PHARMACY 411) and 3 (PHARMACY 312)

The Placements Team is responsible for delivering five two-week placement modules each year.

Areas of expertise

I possess a unique combination of being an active practising pharmacist with postgraduate qualifications in business, communications and public relations. This is invaluable when managing external stakeholder relationships and preparing students for an environment with an additional commercial focus.

My approach to teaching and learning is to optimise learner knowledge transfer into pharmacy practice. As such, I consistently provide pharmacy students with relevant examples of application of curriculum content to current pharmacy practice, effectively being a bridge between knowledge and practice.

Committees/Professional groups/Services

School of Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy Experiential Placements SubCommittee

School of Pharmacy Community Pharmacy Liasion Group

School of Pharmacy Hospital Pharmacy Liasion Group

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

FMHS First Aid Responder

University

University Peer Review Panel

External

ADHB Reo Ora Panel (Health Voice)

Pharmaceutical Society of NZ

Contact details

Primary office location

M&HS BUILDING 503 - Bldg 503
Level 3, Room 301
85 PARK RD
GRAFTON
AUCKLAND 1023
New Zealand