Assistant Dean for Experiential Education, School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Contact Information

Research

  • Experiential Education
  • Interprofessional Education
  • Mental Health and Wellness

Education

  • PharmD, Long Island University

Academic Profile

Dr. Shtaynberg received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Long Island University. Following graduation, she spent several years practicing in various community settings across NY and NJ, as well as hospital practice, until making a transition to academia as Director of Experiential Education at Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Science at Long Island University. She spent 11 years working with the program’s 800+ students and 500+ preceptors. In addition to her administrative responsibilities and contributions to curricular development, professional development for students and preceptors, and program assessment, Dr. Shtaynberg taught in the Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience course, Introduction to Pharmacy Law and the Integrated Pharmaceutical Care Lab course, and precepted students on academia APPEs. She also served on several committees and Task Forces and was part of a group that received the President’s Grant from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation. On a national level, Dr. Shtaynberg has been involved in various AACP committees including Experiential Education Section Newsletter Committee, Experiential Education Section Awards Committee, and is chairing the Experiential Education SectionTask Force to Determine Best Practices for APPE Assessment and Grading.

Dr. Shtaynberg has presented several poster and other presentations at AACP, ASHP, ACCP, and the Nexus Summit and has published several manuscripts and articles in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, American Journal of Health System Pharmacy, and Pharmacy Times. She has also been an abstract and manuscript reviewer for several journals. Dr. Shtaynberg is an active member of AACP and NYSCHP.

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