Larry is a Lecturer and Interprofessional Co-Lead at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC. As a Lecturer, he is the coordinator of PHRM 141, a first year seminars-based course, co-coordinator of an Indigenous health elective, and module co-lead for neurology. As a practicing pharmacist, his experiences including working in primary care settings, such as family physician offices, pain clinics, and interdisciplinary Indigenous health centres.
Larry has a strong passion for collaborating with Indigenous communities in the development and delivery of culturally-safe pharmacy services and Indigenous curricula for students. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and also completed a postgraduate Community Pharmacy Residency at UBC. He is currently completing his Flexible PharmD through UBC as well.
Larry's current focus of scholarly research is on Indigenous health and interprofessional education.
"Future Alumni Agent of Change." Leung L. UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2018.
"Commitment to Care and Service Award for Innovative Practice." UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences' Pharmacists Clinic Team (Leung L). Rogers Media. November 2014.
"The British Columbia Community Achievement Award." Leung L. British Columbia Achievement Foundation. 2014.
"Ben Gant Innovative Practice Award." Leung L. BC Pharmacy Association. 2014.
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.
Leung L, Min J, Bessette H, Dorus S, Preston C. Indigenous Community-Driven Clinical Pharmacist Services. British Columbia Patient Safety and Quality Council – Quality Forum, Vancouver, Canada, Feb 27-28, 2019.
Leung L, Min J, Mascarenas K. Pharmacy, dentistry, and physiotherapy student perceptions of self-directed interprofessional case-based learning. Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada (AFPC) Canadian Pharmacy Education Research Conference (CPERC), Ottawa, Canada, June 12-14, 2018.