Dr. Eng is currently in the Department of Pharmacy Practice with Cedarville University in Ohio. He is a clinical pharmacy specialist in Geriatrics Neurology. His scholarly efforts have included Team-Based Learning, Learning Styles, interprofessional education, medication use in older adults, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Dr. Eng teaches therapeutics and pharmacology and has taught in Pharmacy, Medical, Nursing, Social Work, and Nurse Practitioner programs. Dr. Eng implemented a TBL strategy over a range of health professions topics including pharmacoeconomics, asthma, Alzheimer’s, geriatrics medication use, and faculty development. He consulted on the development and launch of an interprofessional Geriatrics Certificate program at the University of Kansas which is delivered using TBL. Dr. Eng presented on TBL in large classrooms for the Center for Teaching Excellence. Recently, he has consulted on how to incorporate the TBL strategy into therapeutics modules in a pharmacy curriculum. Dr. Eng has used TBL in small to large classes and multi-site campuses.
Dr. Eng began using a TBL strategy to engage students more and develop his teaching skills. He ended up influencing the learning culture of his students.