Doctor of Pharmacy, Washington State University
Registered pharmacist and preceptor, Washington
ADAPT Certificate in Patient Care Skills
ADAPT Online Moderator Trained
APhA Immunization Certification
WSPA Emergency Contraception Trained
WSPA Tobacco Cessation Certification
Dr. Jennifer Robinson’s primary responsibilities include teaching student pharmacists in the Leadership course and Top 200 drugs. She is the director of student services and experiential education for the college of pharmacy.
Robinson's areas of interest include leadership, innovative teaching methods and clinical community practice.
Robinson graduated with her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from WSU in 2005. She was the manager of Jones Pharmacy in Spokane, Washington, until 2008 when she joined the faculty at WSU. She is a clinical associate professor in the department of pharmacotherapy.
Robinson serves as a peer reviewer for the American Journal of Pharmacy Education, the journal Currents in Teaching and Learning in Pharmacy, and on the editorial board for Drugs in Context. At WSU, her committee service includes scholarships, commencement, student orientation, white coat ceremony, and others. She is the chair of the admission committee, and the experiential advisory board.
Washington State Pharmacy Association, 2008-Present
American Pharmacists Association, 2008-Present
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 2009-Present
Spokane Pharmacy Association Member, 2002-Present
Peer Reviewed Online Training
Carter AM, Hasenbank C, Berggren D, Robinson JD. Allergic Rhinitis Module. Clinical Community Pharmacists Certificate Training Program. Washington State Pharmacy Association. Accepted January 2014
Peer Reviewed Book Chapters
Robinson JD. Intestinal Gas. In: Krinsky DL, ed. Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs. 18th ed. APhA. Approved April 21, 2014
Peer Reviewed Articles
Bray BS, Willson MN, Robinson JD, Schwartz CR, Matsuura G, Weeks DL. A Tool to Assess Student Performance in a Clostridium difficile Infection Simulation Scenario. American Journal of Pharmacy Education. 2013; 77(7): 149
Robinson JD, Neumiller JJ, Campbell RK. Can a New Ultra-Long-Acting Insulin Analogue Improve Patient Care? Investigating the Potential Role of Insulin Degludec. Drugs. 2012;72(18): 2319-2325
MacLean LG, White J, Broughton S, Robinson JD, Shultz JA, Weeks DL, Willson MN. Telephone Coaching to Improve Diabetes Self-Management for Rural Residents. Clinical Diabetes. 2012; 30(1): 13-16
Sonnett TE, Robinson JD, Bowen K. Incretin-based therapies and their future in Type 2 diabetes mellitus. Therapy. 2011; 8(2): 142-152
Robinson JD, Menighan TE, Higginbotham S, Cooper J. ADAPT Patient Care Skills Training Program. Panel Member at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting. March 29, 2015
Robinson JD, Posey DC. Successful Strategies for Active Learning in the Classroom. Washington State University Teaching Academy TA Workshop. Pullman, WA. January 17, 2014
Robinson JD, Mickey K. Creating Stronger Peer-Support Networks through Student Led Mentoring. Podium Presentation at the Inland Northwest Student Affairs Colloquium. Spokane, WA. July 31, 2014
Robinson JD, Arnold JS. A Pharmacist Class of Drugs - An Innovative Tool Kit. Podium Presentation at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL. March 30, 2014
Robinson JD, McNamara JP, Lavine LS. Creating a Student-Centered Learning Environment: Successful Approaches for Engaging Students. Podium Presentation and Workshop at Washington State University. Pullman, WA. February 25, 2014
Awards and Honors
Washington State University College of Pharmacy Commencement Hooder, May 2015.
Washington State University Teaching Academy Member, initiated December 2014.
Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society, faculty initiate, 2014.
Washington State Unversity College of Pharmacy PY2 Teacher of the Year 2011-12
Recruitment and Student Success
Clinical Associate Professor
Office: PBS 130 M
P.O. Box 1495
Washington State University
Spokane, WA 99210-1495