Batoul Senhaji-Tomza, Pharm.D., MPH
Touro College of Pharmacy
Areas of Expertise
Patient safety/medication safety contact
Batoul Senhaji-Tomza is the assistant dean of curriculum at the Touro College of Pharmacy and an associate professor in the Department of Pharmacy and Health Outcomes. She holds a Doctorate of Pharmacy from Temple University as well as a Master of Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Senhaji-Tomza spent several years as a clinical pharmacist and served as a patient safety consultant for various hospitals in connection with their implementation of a medical event reporting system. Her research includes the impact of culture change and system based approach to patient safety and measuring and improving patient safety culture in the hospital setting.
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