Paul C. Walker, PharmD, is a clinical professor and director of Experiential Education and Community Engagement at U-M College of Pharmacy, and manager of pharmacy patient outcomes in the Department of Pharmacy Services at U-M Health System. He received his BS in Pharmacy and PharmD degrees from Wayne State University. He completed residency in pharmacy practice at Children’s Hospital of Michigan and specialty residency in pediatric pharmacy practice at the University of Tennessee.
His scholarship focuses on pharmacy practice model development, assessing the impact of pharmacists on patient outcomes, and experiential education. He is especially interested in implementing intentional IPE activities in the experiential curriculum and has coordinated IPE educational activities for pharmacist preceptors. He has served in leadership positions in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), Michigan Pharmacists Association (MPA), and Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (MSHP). He received the 2008 MSHP Professional Practice Award and 2010 MSHP Pharmacist of the Year Award, has been inducted into the MPA Hall of Honor and recognized as a Fellow of both ASHP and MPA.