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Kerry Mansell Associate Professor

Assistant Dean, Division of Pharmacy

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E3208 Health Sciences

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Dr. Mansell joined the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition in 2005. As a clinical pharmacist, Dr. Mansell works as part of an interdisciplinary team in chronic disease management, focusing on delivering diabetes care to immigrant and Aboriginal populations. He teaches undergraduate topics in patient care, pharmaceutical biotechnology, and pharmacotherapeutics.

Recent Publications

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Mansell, K., Blackburn, D., Taylor, J., Jiricka, K. Pharmacists providing education to help optimize frequency of self-monitoring of blood glucose in non-insulin dependent type 2 diabetes mellitus (2012) Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 36 (6), pp. 332-336.

Blackburn, D.F., Yakiwchuk, E.M., Jorgenson, D.J., Mansell, K.D. Proposing a Redefinition of pharmaceutical care (2012) Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 46 (3), pp. 447-449.

K. Mansell, D. Blackburn, B. Arnold, T. Arnason. Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome Among College Football Linemen. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 2011 35(5):497-502.

K. Mansell, J Perepelkin. Patient Awareness of Specialized Diabetes Services Provided in Community Pharmacies. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2011 7(4): 396-405.

K. Buxton, K. Mansell, D. Jorgenson. Pharmacist Interventions: Improving Adherence to Evidence-based Therapy, Canadian Pharmacists Journal 2010 143;2:74-76.

K. Mansell, D. Blackburn and D. Eurich. Do Postprandial Glucose Levels add Important Clinical Information when Fasting Glucose Levels are near in Non-insulin-dependent Patients with Type 2 Diabetes? Canadian Pharmacists Journal 2009 142;6:298-302.

K. Mansell, D. Jorgenson. Pharmacist Interventions: Tobacco Cessation in 3 Minutes or Less. Canadian Pharmacists Journal 2009 142;4:174-176.

C. Evans, D. Eurich, D. Lamb, J. Taylor, D. Jorgenson, W. Semchuk, K. Mansell, D. Blackburn. Assessment of Adherence among Subjects attending Different Community Pharmacies: An Observational Study. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy 2009 15:6:476-484.