BSc, BSc(Pharm), ACPR, PharmD, BCPS, FCSHP
Roxane Carr is a clinical instructor in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UBC, and the supervisor for clinical pharmacy critical care services and a clinical pharmacy specialist at the Children's and Women's Health Centre of British Columbia.
She received a bachelor of science degree from McGill University, bachelor of pharmacy degree from UBC and completed the Canadian Hospital Pharmacy Residency program (ACPR) at Vancouver General Hospital. Following her residency, she worked as a clinical pharmacist in leukemia and bone marrow transplants, and in community practice in long-term care. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from UBC in 2002. Dr. Carr completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in pediatric pharmacotherapy with Dr. Milap Nahata at Ohio State University and received board certification as a specialist in pharmacotherapy from the United States Board of Pharmacy Specialties in 2005.
Teaching areas of interest include pediatrics, infectious diseases and critical care medicine.
Research areas of interest include pediatric pharmacotherapy and pharmacokinetics, and medication safety.
"Fellow." Carr R. Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists. 2011.
"Pharmacotherapy Best Practices Award." Carr R. Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists. 2010–2011.
"Mentorship Award." Carr R. Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists BC Branch. 2010.
"PharmD Program Preceptor of the Year Teaching Award." Carr R. Doctor of Pharmacy Program, University of British Columbia. 2010.
"Update on Sedation in Critically Ill Adults and Children: Dexmede-what?" Perrott J, Carr R. Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists, BC Branch Spring Therapeutics Update. Vancouver, BC. April 2012.
"Acetaminophen in Children – Is Tylenol a #1, 2, or 3?" Carr R. 23rd Annual Drug Therapy Decision Making Course, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC. April 2012.
"Improving Opioid Safety in Critically Ill Children." Carr R, Northway T, Thibault K. Quality Forum 2012, BC Patient Safety and Quality Council. Vancouver, BC. March 2012.
"Standard Concentrations for Continuous Infusions." Carr R, Northway T, Thibault K. Quality Forum 2012, BC Patient Safety and Quality Council. Vancouver, BC. March 2012.
"Magic Bullets or Just the Trigger? The Future of Antibiotics at BCCH." Sandarangani M, Bowie W, Carr R. Advances in Pediatrics Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, BC Children’s Hospital. Vancouver, BC. October 2011.