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Building Cohesive Teams and Empowering Staff
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When: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where: Terra Blanca
926 W Sprague Ave
Space 100
Spokane, Washington  99201
United States
Contact: Vergil Cabasco

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Building Cohesive Teams and Empowering Staff


Leading others as pharmacy leaders can be challenging especially when managing a diverse workforce from different generations and backgrounds. Join us for an engaging evening with our pharmacy leader panelists as they share their experiences in inspiring staff and colleagues to work collaboratively and cooperatively, and creating an organization culture which empowers and engages team members to contribute. As more pharmacy professionals become managers and leaders within their organizations, this informative discussion will provide practical tips to effectively develop and manage successful teams.


Pricing includes education and networking opportunities, hors d'oeuvres, and a drink ticket.

$45 Practitioner
$20 Student

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Panelists include:

Chris Greer, RPh, Pharmacy Manager, St. Luke Rehabilitation Institute

Chris Greer, B.Pharm, is a pharmacist who serves as pharmacy manager for St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute in Spokane, Washington.  He strives to ensure that patients receive the very best care possible and is a facility leader in implementing quality initiatives. He is a director on the Washington State Pharmacy Association Board and is a past chair of the WSPA Health Systems Academy. He holds an adjunct faculty appointment at Washington State University and serves on the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences curriculum committee. He received his B.S. in Pharmacy from Washington State University College of Pharmacy in 1991 and completed an adverse drug reaction specialty residency.  Greer was recognized with St. Luke’s Dr. Phillip Morrison Mission and Values Award in 2005.

He is a very active preceptor of doctor of pharmacy students and was selected as the Washington State University College of Pharmacy Preceptor of the Year in 2006 & 2018 and received a Master Preceptor Recognition Program national award by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in 2015.  He has lectured on health care informatics, neuropharmacology, stroke pharmacology and brain injury pharmacology.  He serves on the Providence Institutional Review Board and his current research interests include the study of the effects of medications in patients who have suffered brain injury or stroke and the effects medication regimen complexity and adherence on patient health outcomes.


  Manpreet Chahal, PharmD, PhD, Field Medical Director, Pfizer Oncology

Manpreet Chahal earned his PharmD and PhD from the WSU College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS) in 2010. Following graduation, he worked in a number of inpatient settings in Western Washington as a Staff Pharmacist. In 2012, he started working as an Oncology Pharmacist at Summit Cancer Centers in Spokane WA. In 2018, he transitioned to Boehringer Ingelheim as an Oncology Medical Science Liaison. Manpreet is currently working at Pfizer Oncology as a Field Medical Director. In his free time, he mentors PharmD students, instructs PharmD students as an adjunct faculty with the WSU CPPS, and leads the WSU Pharmacy Community – CougaRx Nation.


  Jennifer Robinson, Associate Dean, Professional Education, WSU

Dr. Robinson received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Washington State University (WSU) college of pharmacy.  Immediately after graduation she managed Jones Pharmacy, an independently owned community pharmacy.  At Jones pharmacy, Dr. Robinson oversaw the delivery of several innovative services including rapid influenza and strep throat treatment, point of care testing, consulting services and community education classes.

In 2008, Dr. Robinson joined the faculty at her alma mater.  Since 2011 she has served in various administrative roles with oversight over recruitment, admissions, student affairs, experiential education and most recently as the chief academic officer for the doctor of pharmacy program as the Associate Dean for Professional Education. 

Dr. Robinson's scholarship and grant funded research is focused on the science of teaching and learning, expanding pharmacist's clinical roles, leadership development, and mental health. 

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