Lisa J. Killam-Worrall, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Dean for Experiential Education, UNT System College of Pharmacy
Dr. Lisa Killam-Worrall oversees the creation and operations of experiential programs in both introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences (IPPE and APPE). In this role, she develops and oversees the IPPE and APPE, as well as recruits and visits experiential sites for the experiences. She leads the policies and procedures pertaining to experiential education and continually assesses the experiential program, students, preceptors and sites. Dr. Killam-Worrall is also responsible for developing and maintaining affiliation agreements with experiential partners and for developing and maintaining a preceptor education program.
As Associate Professor of Pharmacotherapy, she designs and delivers required courses within the College of Pharmacy. These courses include IPPE 1, 2 and 6 and pharmacy practice skills laboratories 1, 2 and 4. Dr. Worrall also teaches within PHAR 7345 Evidence-Based Practice and Drug Literature Evaluation.
Dr. Killam-Worrall represents the College of Pharmacy on the Texas Commission of Experiential Programs. She is a member of numerous professional organizations and is a Texas Delegate for the American Pharmaceutical Association and a board member of the Tarrant County Pharmacy Association. She belongs to the Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists and won in the resident category at the 2003 annual meeting poster session. She is also a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Texas Pharmacy Association and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
Prior to joining the College of Pharmacy, she served as director of the Drug Information Center and Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Texas A&M Health Science Center Rangel College of Pharmacy. Earlier, she was Drug Information Specialist at The Nebraska Medical Center and Adjunct Assistant Professor at University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy.
Dr. Killam-Worrall is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist who earned her PharmD from The University of Texas at Austin and her BS in Biology from the University of North Texas. She completed specialty residency training in Drug Information Practice at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple, Texas.
She is a volunteer pharmacist for Mercy Clinic at Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth and has served as preceptor for pharmacy students at Sharing Clinic, an indigent clinic in Omaha, Neb.