John M. Conry, Pharm.D. is a Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Assistant Dean for Service Programs at St. John’s University, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Queens, New York. He earned both his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from St. John’s University. He subsequently completed a pharmacy residency at the VA Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. In addition to his didactic teaching responsibilities, Dr. Conry maintains an active clinical practice for experiential teaching at Project Renewal in New York City where he provides pharmacy care for the homeless and urban indigent- with a special emphasis on HIV, hypertension, diabetes and health literacy issues. He has authored numerous publications in peer-reviewed professional journals/books and is frequently invited to provide presentations at the local, regional and national level. At the College, Dr. Conry serves as Director of the Urban Pharmaceutical Care, Research and Education Institute and oversees academic service-learning initiatives.
He is a Senior Vincentian Research Fellow for the Vincentian Center for Church and Society at St. John’s University and a member of the Vincentian Mission Institute. He serves as a founding member of the Faculty Research Consortium of the University’s Vincentian Institute for Social Action (VISA). Dr. Conry is board certified as a pharmacotherapy specialist and is certified as an HIV Expert Pharmacist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Recognizing his commitment to excellence in interprofessional education and practice, he has been elected to Distinguished Fellowship in the National Academies of Practice and the Pharmacy Academy as a Distinguished Practitioner and Fellow. He is a licensed pharmacist in the State of New York and an active member of a variety of professional organizations. He resides on Long Island in New York with his wife and three children.
HIV/AIDS, Health Literacy, Hypertension, Smoking Cessation, Interprofessional Education, Practice
Scholarship of Teaching research
Ambulatory/Primary Care Services and the Role of the Pharmacist Research focused on caring for the indigent/underserved or homeless patient populations
COMPREHENSIVE MGMT OF HIV/AIDS
VINCENTIAN HEALTH CARE
DRUGS & INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Conry, J. M. (2015). Reflections from the Road: Vincentian Hospitality Principles in Providing Healthcare for the Indigent and Incorporation into Education of Doctor of Pharmacy Students.. Vincentian Heritage Journal.
Conry, J. M. (2015). Student Pharmacists’ Perceptions of Access to Student Organization Opportunities at Colleges/Schools of Pharmacy with Satellite Campuses.. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
Conry, J. M. (2014). Flip My Class! A Faculty Development Demonstration of a Flipped-Classroom.. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
Conry, J. M. (2014). Overview of HIV Management and Treatment. U.S. Pharmacist .
Conry, J. M. (2013). The Role of Academic Pharmacy in Tobacco Cessation and Control.. American Journal of Pharmacy Education.
Conry, J. M. (2011). Overview and Update for the Management of HIV–Infected Adults. . America's Pharmacist .
Conry, J. M. (2012). Pharmacists and Public Health. In: Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy, 22nd Edition . Pharmaceutical Press.