Shauna Buring

Shauna Buring, Pharm.D.

Associate Dean For Professional Education; Clinical Associate Professor

Department: College of Pharmacy Dean's Office
Business Phone: (352) 294-8799
Business Email: sburing@cop.ufl.edu

About Shauna Buring

Shauna Buring, Pharm.D., assumed the leadership role as associate dean for student affairs in May 2016, and in July 2018, she moved into her current position as Associate Dean for Professional Education.

Buring joined UF following 14 years at the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, her alma mater. She most recently served as associate dean for professional education and assessment where she helped UC secure an eight-year accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. In addition, she has led many curricular improvements, including the development of new pharmacy practice skills lab courses and a teaching certificate program for first-year pharmacy residents in the Cincinnati area. Prior to her work at UC, Buring was an assistant professor at Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy.

With the appointment, Buring returned to Florida where she started her professional pharmacy career as a staff pharmacist at Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers from 1991-94. Additionally, she completed a drug information specialty residency at Shands Hospital in Gainesville in 1997.

Teaching Profile

Courses Taught
2018-2021
PHA5007 Pharm and Pop Health
2018-2020
PHA5956 Special Topics/Self-Directed Study
2018
PHA5767 Non-Patient Care Elective Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience
2018
PHA5933 Select Top Pharmacy
2022
PHA5104 Sterile Compounding
2022
PHA5029 Personal & Professional Development IX

Publications

2021
Assessing professionalism in health profession degree programs: A scoping review.
Currents in pharmacy teaching & learning. 13(8):1078-1098 [DOI] 10.1016/j.cptl.2021.06.006. [PMID] 34294251.
2020
Development and Validation of a Situational Judgement Test to Assess Professionalism.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 84(7) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe7771. [PMID] 32773831.
2019
A Study of the Relationship Between the PCOA and NAPLEX Using a Multi-institutional Sample.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 83(2) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe6867. [PMID] 30962644.
2019
A Task Force on Recruitment, Admissions, and Retention to Improve Pharmacy College Admissions Outcomes.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 83(9) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe7307. [PMID] 31871351.
2019
Correlation of the Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment and Selected Pre-pharmacy and Pharmacy Performance Variables.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 83(3) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe6579. [PMID] 31065157.
2015
Report of the 2014-2015 Academic Affairs Standing Committee: Addressing Affordability, Accessibility, and Accountability.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 79(8) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe798S13. [PMID] 26688587.
2014
A Faculty Toolkit for Formative Assessment in Pharmacy Education.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 78(9) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe789160. [PMID] 26056399.
2013
Impact of a required pharmaceutical calculations course on mathematics ability and knowledge retention.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 77(6) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe776124. [PMID] 23966727.
2012
A pharmacoeconomics and formulary management collaborative project to teach decision analysis principles.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 76(6) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe766115. [PMID] 22919091.
2012
The effect of various grading scales on student grade point averages.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 76(3) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe76341. [PMID] 22544958.
2009
Interprofessional education: definitions, student competencies, and guidelines for implementation.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 73(4) [PMID] 19657492.
2009
Keys to successful implementation of interprofessional education: learning location, faculty development, and curricular themes.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 73(4) [PMID] 19657493.
2008
Academic pharmacy administrators’ perceptions of core requirements for entry into professional pharmacy programs.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 72(3) [PMID] 18698401.
2007
A structured approach for teaching students to counsel self-care patients.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 71(1) [PMID] 17429508.

Education

Pharm.D.
1996 · University of Cincinnati
B.S.Pharm.
1991 · University of Cincinnati

Contact Details

Phones:
Business:
(352) 294-8799
Emails:
Addresses:
Business Mailing:
PO Box 100495
GAINESVILLE FL 32610
Business Street:
1225 CENTER DR
HPNP 4319
GAINESVILLE FL 326103007