The University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy is seeking a highly motivated, innovative, and creative team-oriented individual for a full-time, non-tenure/tenure track faculty position at the rank of associate or full professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy located at the Health Sciences Campus in Fort Worth, Texas. The faculty member will contribute to research, teaching, and patient care through the UNTHSC Institute of Patient Safety which deploys implementation science to assist practice partners in their quest to accelerate patient and medication safety best practices within the continuum of patient care environments, with a focus on the home/ambulatory to hospitalized environments.
The faculty member will be expected to develop scholarship in implementation science, safety sciences, and/or medication safety approaches and to contribute to the expanding initiatives to prove the value of interprofessional approaches to safety in improving health and wellbeing. Faculty will teach in the professional and graduate curricula of the College of Pharmacy and may seek joint appointments within the Schools of Public Health and Medicine. The ideal candidate would have experienceassessing medication use system processes to identify opportunities to improve medication use safety, reviewing design solutions to system failures, and instituting practice changes to promote safety. The faculty member will collaborate with the Patient Institute interprofessional team to investigate, implement, and monitor medication safety initiatives that have high impact across the region and State of Texas.
Additional Salary Information: Negotiable with level of experience
Internal Number: 5517
About UNT System College of Pharmacy
UNT Health Science Center is one of the nation’s premier graduate academic medical centers, with five schools that specialize in patient-centered education, research and health care.
The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
The School of Public Health
The School of Health Professions
The UNT System College of Pharmacy
We train tomorrow’s health care providers.
Since 2002, U.S. News and World Report has called the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine one of the nation’s top 50 medical primary care schools.We graduate the second highest number of primary care physicians (60 percent) of any medical school in the country.Physicians and other health professionals train and practice interprofessionally – a UNTHSC core competency – for the benefit of patients and their families around a “team care” model.
Our interprofessional programs address cooperation across the care spectrum, from wellness and nutrition programs to chronic-disease treatment and management.