CPRB Board Profiles
Henry Halapy, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD
St. Michael’s Hospital
Clinical Lecturer, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
c/o Pharmacy Department
30 Bond Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5B 1W8
Henry Halapy has been the diabetes pharmacist at St. Michael’s Hospital since 2000, providing care to ambulatory diabetes patients. Henry has co-coordinated the St. Michael’s Hospital residency program since 2001 and assumed sole coordination in 2018. He chaired the Hospital Pharmacy Residency Forum of Ontario in 2004-05. Henry is also currently a Clinical Lecturer at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy of University of Toronto, where he is responsible for co-coordinating an undergraduate elective course in diabetes care. Henry completed his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Toronto in 1991, his hospital residency at Toronto General Hospital in 1992, and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Wayne State University in 1994.
Jennifer Bolt, BScPharm, ACPR, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Geriatrics
Interior Health Authority
2255 Ethel Street
Kelowna, BC, V1Y 2Z9
Jennifer Bolt completed her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at the University of British Columbia in 2006. She went on to complete a Hospital Pharmacy Residency in Fraser Health Authority in 2007 and her Doctor of Pharmacy from UBC in 2009. Jennifer worked in Kelowna, BC as a Cardiology Pharmacy Specialist from 2009 to 2013 after which she moved to Regina, SK. Employed by the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, Jennifer worked as the Residency and Education Coordinator for Pharmacy Services for three years and the Manger of Research and Development for one year. In 2017, Jennifer moved back to Kelowna, BC and is currently working as the Clinical Pharmacy Specialist for Geriatrics. She precepts pharmacy residents and pharmacy students and is a Clinical Instructor with the University of British Columbia.
Leslie Manuel, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacy Manager
Horizon Health Network
The Moncton Hospital, Pharmacy
135 MacBeath Street
Moncton, NB, E1C 6Z8
Leslie Manuel is a Clinical Resource Pharmacist in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Pharmacy Manager at The Moncton Hospital. She graduated from Dalhousie University College of Pharmacy, completed a residency at The Moncton Hospital and completed her PharmD with the University of Florida. After her residency she started a practice in emergency medicine. She was the residency coordinator for 7 years prior to becoming the Clinical Pharmacy Manager and continues to regularly precept students and residents. She continues to be involved provincially and nationally with CSHP. She is the current chair of the CPRB Surveyors Working Group.
Melanie Danilak, BSc.Pharm, ACPR, MEd
Clinical Practice Leader
University of Alberta Hospital
8440 112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2B7
Melanie Danilak graduated from the University of Alberta in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and completed an accredited pharmacy residency with a focus in oncology at the Cross Cancer Institute in 2009. She obtained additional prescribing authorization from the Alberta College of Pharmacists in 2012. In 2016, she completed a Master of Education in Health Sciences Education at the University of Alberta.
Melanie is a Clinical Practice Leader with Alberta Health Services and maintains a clinical practice in an ambulatory breast cancer clinic at the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton.She was the residency coordinator at the Cross Cancer Institute for four years and is currently the residency coordinator for the Edmonton zone program. Melanie is a clinical adjunct professor with the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Alberta, where she teaches in the undergraduate oncology module and coordinates a course in the PharmD for Practicing Pharmacists program.
Clinical Pharmacy Team Leader
Northern Health Pharmacy Residency Coordinator
C/O Pharmacy Department
University Hospital of Northern British Columbia
1475 Edmonton St
Prince George, BC, V2M 1S2
Aleisha Enemark has been the Northern Health Residency Coordinator since 2010. In addition to coordinating the Residency Program and student placements, she has precepted residents and students in both acute and ambulatory rotations. She currently precepts residents and students in a tiered teaching rotation. Aleisha is a member of the BC Pharmacy Practice Residency Programs Committee.
Aleisha served as a Board Member to the BC College of Pharmacists 2013-15 and has been a member of the BC College of Pharmacists Practice Review Committee since 2014. She has acted as Northern Chapter Chair for CSHP-BC Branch.
Debbie Kwan, BScPhm, MSc
Preceptor Engagement Coordinator
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2S8
University Health Network
Debbie Kwan is a pharmacist with the Toronto Western Family Health Team and co-coordinator of University Health Network’s Primary Care Pharmacy Residency. She is Assistant Director for Educational Development at the Centre for Faculty Development, University of Toronto. Debbie is Assistant Professor (status only) at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and precepts students and teaches in the Pharm.D. and International Pharmacy Graduate programs. Debbie previously served on the CSHP Ontario Branch Education Committee and currently serves on the CPRB Standards Working Group. Debbie completed her Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Toronto (1990) and a combined Masters-Hospital residency at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (1994). She is a CSHP fellow.
Clinical Pharmacist Specialist
713, Chemin Montreal Road
Ottawa, ON, K1K 0T2
Christine Landry is a clinical pharmacist specialist and a pharmacy residency coordinator for The Ottawa Hospital & Montfort Hospital Joint Pharmacy Residency Program at the Montfort Hospital. She graduated from Université de Montréal with a bachelor in Pharmacy. She obtained a master degree with the same university doing a hospital pharmacy residency program in Montréal. After practicing for a few years, she completed a PharmD program with the University of Denver Colorado. She has worked in many clinical areas as a clinical pharmacist in critical care, internal medicine, and family medicine. She also teaches for the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa.
Full Clinical Professor
University of Montreal
2940, Chemin de la Polytechnique
C.P. 6128, Succ. Centre-ville
Montreal, Quebec, H3C 3J7
Critical Care Pharmacist
McGill University Health Center
Marc Perreault graduated from his Bachelor of Pharmacy at Université de Montréal in 1988 and completed a hospital residency at Hôpital Saint-Luc in Montreal in 1989. He obtained his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo, New York and subsequently completed a 2 year research fellowship in cardiovascular pharmacology at Hotel-Dieu de Montreal. He worked at the Ottawa General Hospital from 1994 to 2001 as a critical care specialist after which he moved to Montreal for joint position with the Faculty of Pharmacy as well as the McGill University Health Center. In 2007, he became the director of the Master’s program and under his leadership; the program underwent significant changes to comply with the 2010 CPRB standards as well as to be in continuum with the implementation of the entry-level PharmD. He is stepping down as the director of the Master’s program in 2016. He is currently a Full Clinical Professor and he is involved with the Faculty’s accreditation committee. He was involved with the PEBC (panel of examiners) for over 8 years (2002-2010) and is currently associate editor of the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy. Within CPRB, he holds the position of the AFPC representative.
Associate Clinical Professor & Pharmacist
McGill University Health Centre
Boul Décarie, C-RC 6004
Montreal, Quebec, H4A 3J1
Nancy Sheehan completed a Bachelor in Pharmacy and a Masters in Hospital Pharmacy (1998) at Université Laval. After practicing a few years as a clinical pharmacist in a regional hospital in northern Québec (Sept-Iles), she went on to do a specialty residency in HIV at Toronto General Hospital / St. Michael’s Hospital / University of Toronto (2001-2002). She then joined the Chronic Viral Illness Service of the McGill University Health Center and developed an ambulatory pharmaceutical care service and the Québec Antiretroviral Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Program. Nancy is also an Associate Clinical Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Université de Montréal where she teaches on viral, parasitic and fungal infections. She actively participated in the development and implementation of the entry-level PharmD and PharmD bridging program at U. Montréal. Nancy is also involved in clinical and pharmacokinetic research in HIV and hepatitis C.
Nancy offers clinical rotations to entry-level PharmD students and MSc (advanced pharmacotherapy) and HIV specialty residents, and since 2008 she is co-director of the HIV Specialty Residency (with Dr. Alice Tseng, Toronto General Hospital). Nancy is an active member of the CPRB Standards Group and the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists Research Committee.