Rory E. Kim, PharmD, MACM, BCACP
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Rory E. KimPharmD, MACM, BCACP

Rory E. KimPharmD, MACM, BCACP

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Titus Family Department of Clinical Pharmacy

Rory E. Kim, PharmD, MACM, BCACP is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy. Dr. Kim received a her PharmD from the University of Kansas. She then completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency and a Fellowship in Ambulatory Care and Academia at USC. She is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist and has received a Master of Academic Medicine degree from the Keck School of Medicine. She directed the USC PGY1 Pharmacy Residency in Ambulatory care for 4 years. She is currently the Director of the PharmD Scholarly Project and the Co-Director of the USC School of Pharmacy International Student Summer Program. She chairs the PharmD Curriculum Committee as well as the PharmD Scholarly Project Committee.  Dr. Kim continues to practice in the ambulatory care setting as a clinical pharmacist on an interprofessional care team in the Specialty Endocrine Clinic at Los Angeles County +USC Medical Center. She coordinates the PharmD Scholarly Project course series and the Pharmacy Literature Analysis and Drug Information course. She has presented and taught regionally, nationally, and internationally on topics related to health professions education, educational technology, inter-professional practice and education, diabetes, and smoking cessation.

Areas of Expertise

  • Ambulatory Care
  • International Education
  • Innovative Teaching Methodologies
  • PharmD Scholarly Project
  • Diabetes
  • Education

    University of Kansas

    PharmD

    University of Southern California

    MACM

  • Links
  • Research Focus

    Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, International Education Diabetes

  • Course

    PHRD 508 Pharmacy Literature Analysis and Drug Information

    PHRD 634 PharmD Scholarly Project 1

    PHRD 635 PharmD Scholarly Project 2

    International Student Summer Program (ISSP)

  • Selected Articles

    A mixed-methods analysis of a collaborative online international pharmacy course

    Pharmacy Education
    Kim RE, Church TD, Ghate M, Patel M, Mehta T, Naik M, Graham, TF, & Haworth, IS

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    Mapping student perceptions of experiential interprofessional learning to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) competencies

    Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning
    Ameripour D, Matthews M, Wang Y, Mirzaian E, Kim RE

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    Integration of clinical and scientific principles in the teaching of drug-drug interactions

    Medical Science Educator
    Kim RE, Morningstar-Kywi N, Haworth IS

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    Using interactive fiction to teach clinical decision-making in a PharmD curriculum

    Medical Science Educator
    Morningstar-Kywi N, Kim RE

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    An online international pharmacy summer course during the COVID-19 pandemic

    Pharmacy Education
    Kim R, Morningstar-Kywi N, Romero R, Gabrielyan L, Mojab Y, Parikh S, Nokes L, Graham T, Haworth I.

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    Evaluation of provider response to positive depression screenings and physician attitudes on integrating psychiatric pharmacist services in primary care settings

    Mental Health Clinician
    Denson B, Kim RE

    2018 This was a retrospective chart review of patients ≥18 years of age seen in primary care clinics in Los Angeles County with a documented annual health screening (AHS) between January 1, 2015, through December 31, 2015. Primary outcomes were number and percentage of patients screened for depression with patient health questionnaire (PHQ) assessments, positive depression screenings, and interventions made for positive depression screenings. Secondary outcomes were PCPs' perceptions on management of depression, use of AHS, and roles for psychiatric pharmacists through evaluation of provider survey.

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  • Accomplishments

    Professor of the Year 2022, Class of 2023

    Implementation of the required PharmD Scholarly Project

    Design and implementation of the Peer Review of Teaching Process

    Former Residency Program Director of the PGY1 Pharmacy Residency in Ambulatory Care