Dr. Stephen H. Fuller

Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Vice-Chair Pharmacy Practice, Professor
Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Office Address:
Maddox Hall Cary Healthcare Associates
Mailing Address:
PO Box 1090
Buies Creek, NC 27506

Biography

Dr. Fuller is a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist as well as a clinical pharmacist practitioner.


Education

  • BS Chemistry, Wake Forest University
  • BS Pharmacy, Medical College of Virginia (VCU)
  • PharmD, Medical College of Virginia (VCU)

Credentials

  • Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS)
  • Clinical Pharmacy Practitioner (CPP)
  • Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacotherapy (BCACP)
  • ALFP - Academic Leadership Fellows Program (AACP)

Career Highlights

  • Asheville Project Development, 1994
  • Director of Ambulatory Care Residency Program, 1998-present
  • TNT Certificate Program, 2008-present
  • Pharmacists as Clinical Teachers (PACT), 2016-present

Awards, Recognition & Honors

  • Preceptor of Year Awards, 1999, 2001,2002, 2004, 2014
  • Professor of the Year, 2001, 2004
  • Deans Teaching Award, 2007
  • VCU Alumnus of the Year Award, 2008
  • President's Award from North Carolina Pharmacists Association, 1992

Organizations

  • NCAP, Pharmacy week, month, pharmacy practice
  • ASHP, residency program
  • AACP, pharmacy practice, leadership forum

Editorial

  • Muzyk,AJ, Lentz, K, Green, C, Fuller HS , May DB, Roukema L, Emphasizing Bloom’s Affective Domain to Reduce Pharmacy Students’ Stigmatizing Attitudes AJPE 2017; 81 (2) Article 35, 1-7.
  • MuzyK, AJ, Fuller SH, et al. Evaluating the incorporation of reflective discussions in an interactive classroom environment on students’ attitudes toward patients with mental illness and addiction: A focus on Bloom’s Affective Domain. J Pharm Prac 2016
  • Muyzk AJ, Fuller SH, Jiroutek M. et al. Implementation of a flipped classroom model to teach psychopharmacotherapy to third year Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) students. Pharmacy Education. 2015.
  • Volger EJ, Fuller SH, McLendon AN, Herring CT. Prevalence of Self-reported Non-medical Use of Prescription Stimulants in North Carolina Doctor of Pharmacy Students. Journal of Pharmacy Practice Dec 5th 2013; 1-10
  • Maize D. Fuller SH, Hriztco P , et al. A Review of Remediation in Pharmacy and Other Health Professions. AJPE 2010;74(2):1-10.
  • Fuller SH, Horlen C, Cisneros B, Merz TN. An Assessment of Pharmacy Students' Reading Ability and the Readability of Required Reading Materials" AJPE December 2007 71(6)Article 111:1-6.