Beth Sproule, BScPhm, PharmD
Co-lead, Chronic pain management by rural and urban community pharmacists project
Co-lead, Capacity building team
Member, Gender and vulnerable populations team
Beth Sproule co-leads with Feng Chang and Tejal Patel OPEN’s Chronic pain management project, a research study that is developing, implementing and evaluating new pharmacist services to better manage chronic pain and use of opioids in urban and rural communities. She also co-leads with Nancy Waite OPEN’s capacity-building team, and is a member of the gender and vulnerable populations team.
Beth is a clinician scientist and advanced practice pharmacist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto. She is also an Associate Professor (Status), Clinician Scientist and Director of the Pharmacy Practice Division at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto.
Beth received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Wayne State University in Detroit and her BScPhm degree from the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto. She completed a clinical residency and a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Addiction Research Foundation, which is now part of CAMH. Her clinical research program focuses on prescription drug abuse, mental health medications and pharmacy practice.