Dr. Charity Evans

Dr. Charity Evans headshot

I graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. I practiced community pharmacy in rural Saskatchewan for a few years before returning to the U of S where I completed my PhD (Pharmacy). I followed my PhD with a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of British Columbia where I was first introduced to MS research. In July 2012, I returned to the University of Saskatchewan where I am a currently an Associate Professor in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. My research focuses on the pharmacoepidemiology in MS, with a particular interest in adherence.

I am also the Director of the Saskatchewan Continuing Education for Pharmacy Professionals program, and Director of the provincial medication information service, medSask. I attribute many of the skills I still use today to my time working at McDonald’s if you can manage a McDonalds restaurant when Saskatchewan is hosting the Grey Cup, you can do just about anything!