- Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics, University of Florida
- Pharm.D., University of Florida
- M.S. in Medicinal Chemistry, University of Florida
- B.A. in History of Science, (minor German language), University of Florida
Schentrup joined the University of Florida Faculty as Clinical Assistant Professor in January 2011. She serves as the Director of Ambulatory Clinical Quality for the University of Florida Physicians (UFP) faculty group practice. UFP provides administrative and clinical leadership for the University of Florida College of Medicine ambulatory care practices. In addition to directing the clinical quality research and improvement activities, Schentrup serves as the consultant pharmacist of record for 32 ambulatory UFP office practices. She serves as the Director of the Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety Residency/Fellowship. Schentrup provides a practicum site within UFP specialty clinics for 2nd year pharmacy students and she will be accepting students as a part of a healthcare quality clinical clerkship in 2012. Schentrup completed her Masters of Science work in Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Florida, College of Pharmacy in 1998. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida, College of Pharmacy in 2004. Furthermore, she completed her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Pharmaceutics (Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics) at the University of Florida in 2009. After completing her education, Schentrup worked as a clinical pharmacist at the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center where she was engaged in medication safety and quality improvement activities. In 2011, Schentrup became a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist.
- American College of Clinical Pharmacy
- Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Healthcare Quality and Medication Safety Residency/Fellowship
The post-graduate training program, established in January 2011 at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy and College of Medicine, trains pharmacists to establish and lead clinical quality improvement and patient safety programs. The trainee works collaboratively with the residency/fellowship director (Anzeela Schentrup). Areas of focus are medication safety, consultant pharmacy, process improvement, healthcare administration, and teaching. Trainees will learn how to effectively lead in an interdisciplinary environment to continuously improve healthcare using a team-based approach. Training is focused in the ambulatory care setting, however many opportunities for combined hospital and ambulatory care initiatives exist. This is preferably a 2-year program where the 2nd fellowship year focuses on quality improvement research, however 1-year training opportunities will be considered. The trainee also participates in numerous teaching activities at the UF College of Pharmacy. A unique Teaching Certificate Course is available. Benefits (e.g., health insurance) are available. Additional information can be obtained by emailing Anzeela M. Schentrup, PharmD, PhD, BCPS at email@example.com
- Use of technology to improve healthcare communication and patient adherence.
- Improving interdisciplinary communication in ambulatory care.
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