Ann Zweber

Emeritus Faculty

Office: 541-737-5798

Pharmacy Building

Pharmacy Building 328B

1601 SW Jefferson Avenue

1601 SW Jefferson Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97331
Oregon State University, B.S. Pharm. University of Wisconsin, B.S. Biology.

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Affiliated with: 
Pharmacy Professnl Instr
OSU Main Campus
Faculty Type: 
Pharmacy Practice
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Ann Zweber is a Senior Instructor II in Pharmacy Practice at Oregon State University College of Pharmacy.  She co-teaches the first year pharmacy practice course series, which focuses on self-care therapeutics and communication skills. She has practiced in a variety of settings, and currently maintains a practice in community pharmacy.  She precepts and advises students for many outreach events, including immunizations, diabetes and blood pressure screenings, and patient education.

Ann served on the Oregon Board of Pharmacy for 8 years, and participated in committee work for the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.  Ann represents OSU College of Pharmacy on the Oregon State Pharmacy Association board of directors. 


Selected Publications

Linares R, Choi-Nurvitadhi J, Cooper S, Ham Y, Ishmael J, Zweber A. Personnel

Training and Patient Education in Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Oregon.

Journal of the American Pharmacists Association. 56: 270-273. 2016


Whetsel T and Zweber A, Heartburn and Dyspepsia, Chapter 13 in Handbook

Nonprescription Drugs, Eighteenth Edition, American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington D.C. 2015


Ray L, Starwalt S, Zweber A, Anderson L, Rackham D, Linares R, Ober M.  Patient Safety and Medication Error Prevention for Pharmacy, Oregon State University eCampus, professional and noncredit education.  2014


Zweber A, Stress Management for Pharmacists, Oregon State University

eCampus, Management and HR Skills for Pharmacists series, professional and

noncredit education.  January 2013


Zweber A, Roche VF, Assemi M, Conry JM, Shane-McWhorter L, Sorenson TD,

Curriculum Recommendations of the AACP-PSSC Task Force on Caring for the

Underserved, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 72(3): article53,


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