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Lisa Kipper

Lisa Kipper, PharmD

PharmD, University of the Pacific


Lisa Kipper, PharmD, serves as the Director of Experiential Education and an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Marshall B. Ketchum University in Fullerton, Ca. In her role, Dr. Kipper is dedicated to managing and enhancing the quality of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE) and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE). Her work focuses on assessing experiential teaching with an emphasis on competencies and outcomes, ensuring continuous improvement in student education and preceptor retention. Dr. Kipper is also committed to student mentorship and professional development.

Dr. Kipper earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of the Pacific. Her career began as a Community Pharmacist with Target Corporation, then as a Clinical Ambulatory Care Pharmacist in a medical facility. She then transitioned to Saddleback Medical Center, as a certified Transition of Care pharmacist. There, she developed a successful Meds-to-Beds Program to increase compliance upon discharge and reduce readmissions. Her expertise includes disease management, physician engagement, patient education, compliance, quality assurance, and process improvement.

Dr. Kipper has actively contributed to various professional organizations. She serves as a faculty advisor for the California Pharmacists Association (CPhA) and the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) at the University. Her involvement extends to numerous committees within these organizations, where she advocates for legislative changes, enhances professional education, and mentors future pharmacists.

Her dedication to the profession of pharmacy is evident in her extensive teaching roles, professional event coordination, and numerous presentations and publications. Dr. Kipper is strongly committed to improving patient outcomes, educating future pharmacists, and advancing the field of pharmacy.