CPRB Board Profiles
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Clinical Pharmacy Team Leader
Northern Health Pharmacy Residency Coordinator
C/O Pharmacy Department
University Hospital of Northern British Columbia
1475 Edmonton St
Prince George, BC, V2M 1S2
Aleisha Enemark completed her Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia followed by a Pharmacy Practice Residency with Northern Health. Since 2010, she has served as the Northern Health Residency Coordinator. In addition to coordinating the Residency Program and student placements, she has precepted residents and students in both acute and ambulatory rotations and precepts residents and students in a tiered teaching rotation. Aleisha is a member of the BC Pharmacy Practice Residency Programs Committee and a Clinical Instructor with UBC. She also facilitates small group sessions with the Northern Medical Program.
Aleisha served as a Board Member to the BC College of Pharmacists and a member of the BC College of Pharmacists Practice Review Committee. She has acted as Northern Chapter Chair for CSHP-BC Branch and is a member of the CPRB Standards working group.
Children's & Women's Health Centre of BC Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of British Columbia
4500 Oak Street, room 0B7 Vancouver, BC V6H 3N1
Roxane Carr is the Clinical Coordinator of the Pharmacy Department at the Children’s and Women’s Health Centre of BC and a Clinical Professor at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is also the residency coordinator for the Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services Year 2 Advanced Practice Residency in Pediatrics. She completed her BSc in Pharmacy at UBC, a Hospital Pharmacy Practice Residency at Vancouver General Hospital, a post-baccleaureate PharmD degree at UBC, and a post-doctoral research fellowship in Pediatric Pharmacotherapy at The Ohio State University. She is a fellow of CSHP and a past president of the CSHP BC Branch. Her primary area of practice is Pediatric Critical Care. She is a member of the CPRB Surveyors working group.
Full Clinical Professor,
Faculté de pharmacie, Université de Montréal, and
Pharmacy Department, Chronic Viral Illness Service, and Québec Antiretroviral Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Program McGill University Health Centre
1001 boul. Décarie, C-RC 6004 Montréal, Québec H4A 3J1
Nancy Sheehan completed a bachelor’s in pharmacy (1997) and a Masters in Hospital Pharmacy (1998) at Université Laval. After practicing a few years as a clinical pharmacist in a regional hospital in northern Québec (Sept- Iles), she went on to do a specialty residency in HIV at Toronto General Hospital / St. Michael’s Hospital / University of Toronto (2001-2002). She then joined the Chronic Viral Illness Service of the McGill University Health Center and developed an ambulatory pharmaceutical care service and the Québec Antiretroviral Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Program. Nancy is also a Full Clinical Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Université de Montréal where she teaches on viral and parasitic infections, and on tropical medicine. She actively participated in the development and implementation of the entry-level PharmD and PharmD bridging program at U. Montréal. Nancy is also involved in clinical and pharmacokinetic research in HIV, hepatitis C, COVID-19 and monkeypox.
Nancy offers clinical rotations to entry-level PharmD students and MSc (advanced pharmacotherapy) and HIV advanced (year 2) residents, and since 2008 she is co-director of the HIV Advanced (Year 2) Pharmacy Residency program (with Dr. Alice Tseng, Toronto General Hospital).
Melanie Danilak, BSc.Pharm, ACPR, MEd
Alberta College of Pharmacy
1100-8215 112 St. NW
Edmonton, AB, T6G 2C8
Melanie Danilak graduated from the University of Alberta in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and completed an accredited pharmacy residency with a focus in oncology at the Cross Cancer Institute in 2009. She obtained additional prescribing authorization from the Alberta College of Pharmacists in 2012. In 2016, she completed a Master of Education in Health Sciences Education at the University of Alberta.
Melanie’s prior experience includes several years as a pharmacy educator in oncology as well as a clinical practice leader. Within these roles, she has acted as the residency coordinator for the Edmonton Zone and Cancer programs within Alberta Health Services. Her clinical practice has included breast cancer as well as rheumatology. Her current role is as an assessment developer with the Alberta College of Pharmacy. In addition to volunteering with the CPRB, Melanie is an active member with the International Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners.
Leslie Manuel, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacy Manager
Horizon Health Network
The Moncton Hospital, Pharmacy
135 MacBeath Street
Moncton, NB, E1C 6Z8
Leslie Manuel is a Clinical Resource Pharmacist in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Pharmacy Manager at The Moncton Hospital. She graduated from Dalhousie University College of Pharmacy, completed a residency at The Moncton Hospital and completed her PharmD with the University of Florida. After her residency she started a practice in emergency medicine. She was the residency coordinator for 7 years prior to becoming the Clinical Pharmacy Manager and continues to regularly precept students and residents. She continues to be involved provincially and nationally with CSHP. She is the co-chair of the CPRB Surveyors working group.
Henry Halapy, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist / Leader - Diabetes
St. Michael’s Hospital, Unity Health Toronto
Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
c/o Pharmacy Department
30 Bond Street
Toronto, ON, M5B 1W8
Henry Halapy has been the diabetes pharmacist at St. Michael’s Hospital since 2000, providing care to ambulatory diabetes patients. Henry has co-coordinated the St. Michael’s Hospital residency program since 2001 and assumed sole coordination in 2018. He chaired the Hospital Pharmacy Residency Forum of Ontario in 2004-05. Henry also teaches undergraduate students and pharmacy residents in the ambulatory care environment. Henry is also currently an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy of University of Toronto, where he teaches undergraduate students. Henry completed his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Toronto in 1991, his hospital residency at Toronto General Hospital in 1992, and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Wayne State University in 1994. He is co-chair of the CPRB Standards working group.
Debbie Kwan, BScPhm, MSc
Preceptor Education and Engagement Coordinator
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Toronto, ON, M5T 2S8
University Health Network
Debbie Kwan is the Preceptor Education and Engagement Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto. Debbie completed her Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Toronto and a combined Master of Science-Hospital residency at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. She currently practices at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network. She previously co-coordinated the Primary Care Residency at the Toronto Western Family Health Team. She was the Assistant Director, Educational Development at the Centre for Faculty Development, University of Toronto. Debbie served on the CSHP Ontario Branch Education Committee. Debbie is a CSHP fellow and co-chair of the CPRB Standards working group.
Clinical Pharmacist Specialist
713, Chemin Montreal Road
Ottawa, ON, K1K 0T2
Christine Landry is a pharmacy clinical and residency coordinator at the Hôpital Montfort for The Ottawa Hospital & Hôpital Montfort Joint Pharmacy Residency Program. She graduated from Université de Montréal with a bachelor in Pharmacy. She obtained a master degree with the same university doing a hospital pharmacy residency program in Montréal. After practicing for a few years, she completed a post-graduated PharmD program with the University of Denver Colorado. She has worked and taught in many clinical areas as a clinical pharmacist in critical care, internal medicine, and family medicine. She is also the project lead for the new PharmD program at the University of Ottawa. She is a member of the CPRB Surveyors working group.
Director, Office of Experiential Education
Faculty of Pharmaceuticals Sciences
University of British Columbia
2405 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z3
Janice Yeung is the Director of the Office of Experiential Education at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia (UBC). After obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Janice worked in community practice for four years before returning to complete her hospital residency at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver and post-graduate Doctor of Pharmacy degree at UBC. She has practiced as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Leukemia/Bone Marrow Transplantation at Vancouver General Hospital since 2002 and served as the Residency Coordinator for the Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services (LMPS) Pharmacy Practice Residency Program from 2012 to 2016. Within CPRB, Janice holds the position of AFPC representative and is a member of the CPRB Standards working group.
Faculté de pharmacie de l’Université Laval
1050, avenue de la Médecine, local 2698
Université Laval, Québec (Québec)
Canada G1V 0A6
Jean Lefebvre graduated in pharmacy from Laval University and completed in 1988 a master’s degree (residency) in hospital pharmacy at the Quebec Cardiology and Pneumology Institute. He worked as a clinical pharmacist at CHU de Québec where he joined the Hypertension Research Unit in 1989. He later completed a fellowship in clinical pharmacology (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Tennessee) and obtained a PhD in the field of pharmacogenetics and hypertension (Laval University). Dr. Lefebvre is currently professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Laval University. He was the director of the master’s degree in advanced pharmacotherapy (PGY1 residency) between 2008 and 2011, and the dean of the faculty between 2011 and 2019. He is a member of the CPRB surveyors working group.
Clinical Pharmacy Manager and Pharmacy Residency Coordinator
The Ottawa Hospital – Civic Campus
1053 Carling Ave
Ottawa, ON K1Y 4E9
Erika MacDonald is currently the clinical pharmacy manager and pharmacy residency coordinator at The Ottawa Hospital. She has previously worked as a hospital pharmacist in a number of clinical areas including general medicine and intensive care. She holds an adjunct professor appointment at the University of Ottawa School of Pharmaceutical Sciences and a clinician investigator appointment with the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. Her research interests include knowledge synthesis and pharmacy practice. She is a proud graduate of the Dalhousie University College of Pharmacy in 2006, completed a hospital pharmacy residency at The Ottawa Hospital in 2007, an MSc. in Epidemiology at the University of Ottawa in 2015, and a PharmD at the University of Toronto in 2019. She is current co-chair of the Pharmacy Residency Forum of Ontario.