Public Health Matters - Importance of Student Success, Impacting Pharmacy


Dr. Jaclyn Boyle is assistant dean for Student Success and associate professor of Pharmacy Practice at Northeast Ohio Medical University.

This week's episode features Dr. Jaclyn Boyle, assistant dean for Student Success, and associate professor of Pharmacy Practice at Northeast Ohio Medical University, who discusses why it is important to influence and help students succeed.

Jaclyn A. Boyle currently serves as Assistant Dean, Student Success, and Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). Dr. Boyle is a graduate o fthe Ohio State University, receiving a Bachelor in Pharmaceutical Sciences degree in 2007 and Master in Pharmacology degree in 2008. She pursued her Doctor of Pharmacy training at Northeast Ohio Medical University, where she graduated in 2012. After graduation, Dr. Boyle completed her PGY-1 and PGY-2 in Internal Medicine and Academia where at UniversityHospitals Geauga Medical Center and received a Master in Business Administration degree from the University of Findlay in 2016.She served in a variety of roles within the ambulatory care setting before transitioning to her current role at NEOMED. She also currently serves as Chair for the ASHP Section of Ambulatory Care and is Past President of the Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists. At NEOMED, she serves as the vice chair of the College of Pharmacy Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. In her faculty role, she oversees a 4-year personal and professional development course series focuses on the student pharmacist finding their own definition of success through intense self-reflection and developing a lifelong strategy of leading oneself. Dr. Boyle also serves as Lead Coach at The Happy PharmD, where she develops the coaching team and provides career coaching for pharmacists to design fulfilling careers and develop businesses. Outside of work, she loves spending time with her family (husband Paul, and daughters Gianna (6) and Giulia (5months), spinning, running and yoga.

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