Amy M. Pick, PharmD, MS, BCOP

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Assistant Dean for Experiential Education

Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science
College of Pharmacy
University of Nebraska Medical Center
986145 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-6145
402-836-9804 (Office)
402-559-2890 (Fax)
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Amy Pick is the Assistant Dean for Experiential Education, joining the College of Pharmacy October 2019. The Office of Experiential Programs oversees the introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences within the curriculum. Dr. Pick has extensive experience in pharmacy education. From 2004-2019, Dr. Pick was a faculty member with Creighton University’s School of Pharmacy and Health Professions. Her responsibilities included teaching second and third year pharmacy students, serving as a preceptor for fourth year students, and coordinating faculty and staff development activities. She taught the areas of pain management and oncology.

Dr. Pick received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University, Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Creighton University. She completed a pharmacy practice residency at The Nebraska Medical Center and is a Board-Certified Oncology Pharmacist (BCOP).

Service Activities:
Dr. Pick is an active member of Hematology-Oncology Pharmacists Association (HOPA), serving as a committee chair for BCOP recertification continuing education. She is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and Nebraska Pharmacist Association.

Research Activities/Interests:
Dr. Pick’s interests focus on the areas of education, leadership, and professional development. She has spoken nationally on the topics of authenticity, leadership, and clinician well-being. Her current research examines student well-being and resilience and the delivery of distance-based interprofessional education. Dr. Pick’s scholarship is in the area of teaching and learning, implementing best pedagogical practices and designing coursework and assessments to meet the needs of the current learner.

Recent Publications:

  1. Rao K, Pick AM. Multiple myeloma. In: Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiological Approach. Dipiro J, Talbert R, Yee G, Matzke G, Wells B, Posey L, Ed’s. (11th Ed). McGraw-Hill, New York.   In review 2019.
  2. Nystrom KK, Pick AM. Nausea and Vomiting. In: Schwinghammer Pharmacotherapy Casebook (11th Ed). McGraw-Hill, New York. In review 2019
  3. Pick AM. Chronic Leukemias and Multiple Myeloma. In: Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practices. (5th Ed.). McGraw-Hill, New York, 2019.
  4. Begley K, Castillo S, Coover K, Johnson K, O’Brien K, Packard K, Ryan Haddad A, Pick A.   Interprofessional Telehealth Case Activities Improve Students' Perceptions of Their Ability to Provide Collaborative Care American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2018.
  5. Pick AM, Finnes HD. Updates in the management of multiple myeloma. US Pharmacist, May 2018 (Specialty & Oncology suppl).
  6. Tilleman JA, Pick AM, DeSimone, EM, Price S, Runia-Bade L. Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. US Pharmacist, Feb. 2018.
  7. Pick AM, Begley KB, Augustine S.   Changes in Teaching Strategies to Accommodate a New Generation of Learner: A Case Study. Pharmacy Education, 2017;17(1):90-94.