Faculty Profile

Jason Min

BSc(Pharm), RPh
Assistant Professor of Teaching

Other Affiliations

Associate Member, UBC School of Nursing, Faculty of Applied Science

Contact Information

Primary Phone Number (604) 827-2478
Email Address jason.min@ubc.ca
Office 3514, Pharmaceutical Sciences Building

Accepting Graduate Students

No

Selected Publications

Min J, Ng R. Usability assessment of an open-source simulated electronic medical record in pharmacy education. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2021;13(8):1046-1052. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cptl.2021.06.009

Min J, Albon S, Leung L, Clarke A. Creating a pharmacy elective course in Indigenous health. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & Learning. 2020;12(8):1004-1013. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cptl.2020.04.010

Medgyesi N, Reardon J, Leung L, Min J, Yuen J. Family physician perceptions of barriers and enablers to integrating a co-located clinical pharmacist in a medical clinic: A qualitative study. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association. 2020; DOI: 10.1016/j.japh.2020.08.023

Park JY, Min J. Exploring Canadian pharmacy students’ e-health literacy: a mixed methods study. Pharmacy Practice (Granada). 2020;18(1):1747. DOI: 10.18549/PharmPract.2020.1.1747

Leung L, Min J. Navigating allyship through Indigenization, decolonization, and reconciliation: perspectives from non-Indigenous pharmacy educators. INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy. 2020;11(1):8. DOI: 10.24926/iip.v11i1.2300

Min J, Albon S, Leung L. Indigenous Cultural Competency in Pharmacy Education: A Canadian Perspective. Pulses. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning Scholarly Blog. January 22, 2019. https://cptlpulses.com/2019/01/22/indigenous-cultural-competency-in-phar...

Min J. Pharmacy informatics course design, pedagogy and a five-year review of student data. International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP). FIP Digital health in pharmacy education report. The Hague: International Pharmaceutical Federation. 2021: 112-115. https://www.fip.org/file/4958

Awards

Innovation in Education Award. Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada, 2021
 
Killam Teaching Prize. University of British Columbia, 2021.
 
Commitment to Care and Service Award for Innovative Practice. Rogers Media, 2015.
 
BC Community Achievement Award. British Columbia Achievement Foundation, 2014.
 
Ben Gant Innovative Practice Award. BC Pharmacists Association, 2014.

Presentations

Min J, Quan S, Leung L. (November/December, 2020). Developing a novel interprofessional collaborative practicum. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 153(6):S19.

Min J, Dong A, Leung L. (November/December, 2020). Indigenous knowledge mobilization of traditional and western medicines. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 153(6):S79.

Ng R, Min J. (November/December, 2020). An academic electronic medical record for pharmacy education. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 153(6):S18.

Leung L, Min J. (November/December, 2020). Interprofessional Education in the PharmD Program: perspectives and lessons learned from UBC. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 153(6):S22.

Min J, Leung L. The Pharmacy experience of embedding an interprofessional UBC health-wide Indigenous cultural safety curriculum. Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada (AFPC) Canadian Pharmacy Education Research Conference (CPERC), Edmonton, Canada, June 13, 2019.

Leung L, Min J. Co-developing a transformative indigenous health practicum in community. Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada (AFPC) Canadian Pharmacy Education Research Conference (CPERC), Edmonton, Canada, June 13, 2019.

Min J, Chahal R, Leung L. A live-streamed, interactive, intraprofessional activity: a collaboration with UBC and 4 pharmacy technician programs in BC. Canadian Pharmacy Technician Educators Association (CPTEA) annual conference, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, June 6-8, 2019.

Leung L, Min J, Medyesi N, Dorus S. Community-driven clinical pharmacist services. University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine 2020 Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) - Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, Canada, Oct 3, 2018.

Min J. Making a pledge for cultural humility in Indigenous health. Canadian Association of Pharmacy Technicians Educators Association (CPTEA) annual conference, Whistler, Canada, May 6, 2018.

Min J. Pharmacist modifications to an EMR in primary care: lessons learned. BC Patient Safety & Quality Council Quality Forum, Vancouver, Canada, Feb 21, 2018.

About

Jason Min is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia. His three primary teaching roles are (i) course coordinator for PHRM 161 (Technology in Health), 261 (Indigenous Health and Cultural Safety), and 323 (Pharmaceutical Care in Indigenous Health), (ii) Medication Management co-Lead in the PHRM 311 psychiatry module, and (iii) Curricular Theme co-Lead for interprofessional education. Jason’s educational scholarship is rooted in the PharmD curriculum in the domains of decolonizing and Indigenizing curriculum, interprofessional education, and health informatics. His research and educational collaborations have formed over the past decade, grounded in respectful, ethical, and community-based methodologies.

Jason's current focus of scholarly research is on the delivery, impact, and assessment of pharmaceutical care with BC First Nations.