Dr. Perepelkin joined the College in January 2010.
Potential Graduate Students
If you are interested in working with Dr. Perepelkin, please contact him via email to discuss the possibility of taking you on as a graduate student. Please include a 1-2 page summary of your interests and potential projects/areas of research.
Social and administrative aspects of pharmacy, including marketing, management, decision-making and analysis, human resources and organizational behaviour, entrepreneurship, managerial and professional ethics, management communications, health and pharmaceutical policy, and pharmacoeconomics.
Organizational theory, behaviour, and structure, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship, management of/in community pharmacies, marketing and branding of professionals (in particular pharmacists), consumer behaviour, services marketing, social marketing, industry and academic detailing, pharmaceutical policy, and pharmaceutical marketing.
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Wilson, G and Perepelkin, J. (2020). Failure learning orientation, entrepreneurial orientation, and financial performance among U.S. biotechnology firms. Journal of Small Business Management. DOI: 10.1080/00472778.2020.1816434
Wilson, G, Perepelkin, J, and Zhang, D. (2020). The roles of diversification and specialization strategies in the entrepreneurial orientation and performance relationship. Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship. 32(5), 457-476.
Ulrich, E, Hurdelbrink, J, Perepelkin, J, & Welter, K. (2019). Financial incentive required for pharmacy students to accept a post-graduation position in rural and undesirable pharmacy settings. Pharmacy, 7(3), 109.
Perepelkin, J, Antunes, K, Boechler, L, Remillard, AJ, and Mildenberger, L. (2019). Providing mindfulness meditation for patients with depression and anxiety in a community pharmacy: A pilot study. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association. 59(2), 258-264.
Perepelkin, J. (2019). Marketing Pharmacy Services. In Encyclopedia of Pharmacy Practice and Clinical Practice. pp. 157-164. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.
Perepelkin, J and Wilson, G. (2018). Incentivizing Choice of Community Pharmacy. Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research. 9(4), 347-359.
Perepelkin, J. (2017) Implementation and evaluation of a marketing for pharmacists elective course. Pharmacy Education. 17(1), 199-206.
Woods, P, Perepelkin, J, Mey, A, Gapp, R, and King, M. (2016). Student perceptions of learning through an international comparison. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 80 (10), Article 173.
Perepelkin, J and Abramovic, M. (2016). Public Education Campaigns to Transform Perceptions of Pharmacists: Are they Worth the Investment? Health Communication, 37 (7), 833-844, doi: 10.1080/10410236.2015.1007552
Alzahrani, F, Taylor, J, Perepelkin, J, and Mansell, K. (2015). A Qualitative Assessment of the Practice Experiences of Certified Diabetes Educator Pharmacists. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 39 (4), 254-258, doi:10.1016/j.jcjd.2014.11.004
Boechler, L, Despins, R, Holmes, J, Northey, J, Sinclair, C, Walliser, M, and Perepelkin, J.* (2015). Advocacy in Pharmacy: Changing “what is” into “what should be”. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 148 (3), 138-141, doi: 10.1177/1715163515577693
Perepelkin, J. and Zhang, D. (2014). Quality Alone is Not Enough to be Trustworthy: The Mediating Role of Sincerity Perception. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 8 (2), 226-242, doi: 10.1108/IJPHM-02-2013-0006.
Wilson, G, Perepelkin, J, Zhang, D, and Vachon, MA. (2014). Market Orientation, Alliance Orientation, and Business Performance in the Biotechnology Industry. Journal of Commercial Biotechnology, 20 (2), 30-38, doi:10.5912/jcb645.
Perepelkin, J. (2014). Marketing – Why Pharmacists Should Not Think of it as a Dirty Word. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 147 (1), 15-19, doi: 10.1177/1715163513513866.
Black, E, Wilby, K, and Perepelkin, J. (2013). A survey of HIV knowledge and attitudes of pharmacy students in Canada and Qatar. Saudi Journal for Health Sciences, 2, 146-150, doi: 10.4103/2278-0521.127038
Perepelkin, J. (2012). Redesign of a Required Undergraduate Pharmacy Management Course to Improve Student Engagement and Concept Retention. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 76 (10), Article 201.
Dobson, R and Perepelkin, J. (2011). Pharmacy Ownership in Canada: Implications for the Authority and Autonomy of Community Pharmacy Managers. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 7 (4), 347-358,doi:10.1016/j.sapharm.2010.10.005.
Mansell, K and Perepelkin, J. (2011). Patient Awareness of Specialized Services Provided in Community Pharmacies.Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 7 (4), 396-405, doi:10.1016/j.sapharm.2010.10.004.
Perepelkin, J and Zhang, D. (2011). Brand Personality and Trust in Community Pharmacies. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 5 (3), 175-193, doi: 10.1108/17506121111172194.
Perepelkin, J. (2011). Public Perceptions of Pharmacists and Pharmacist Prescribing. Canadian Pharmacists Journal,144 (2), 86-93, doi:10.3821/1913-701X-144.2.86.
Perepelkin, J and Dobson, R. (2010). Influence of Ownership Type on Community Pharmacy Managers. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 6 (4), 280-292, doi:10.1016/j.sapharm.2009.11.001.
Perepelkin, J and Dobson, R. (2009). A Qualitative Inquiry Into the Practice Experiences of Community Pharmacy Managers. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 142 (2), 89-95, doi: 10.3821/1913-701X-142.2.89.
Perepelkin, J and Dobson, R. (2008). How Does Ownership Type Influence the Role Orientation and Professional Autonomy of Community Pharmacy Managers? Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 141 (2), 95-97, doi: 10.3821/1913-701X(2008)141[95:HDOTIT]2.0.CO;2.
Perepelkin, J and Dobson, R. (2007). Perceptions of Saskatchewan Community Pharmacists Regarding a Prior-Authorization Program. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 13 (7), 589-597.
Dobson, R, Taylor, J, Cassidy, J, Walker, D, Proctor, P, Perepelkin, J. (2007). Interprofessional and Intraprofessional Teams in a Standardized Patient Assessment Lab. Pharmacy Education, 7 (2), 159-166, doi: 10.1080/15602210701406618.