Faculty Member Profile

Barbara Gobis

BSc(Pharm), RPh, ACPR, MScPhm, PCC
Privacy Officer and Program Lead, Pharmacists in PCN Program
Pharmacists Clinic

Contact Information

Email Address barbara.gobis@ubc.ca
Office 2335, Pharmaceutical Sciences Building


"Quality Award - Living with Illness Category."  UBC Pharmacists Clinic. BC Patient Safety and Quality Council. Vancouver, BC. February 2019.

"Commitment to Care and Service Award for Innovative Practice." UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences' Pharmacists Clinic Team (Gobis B). Rogers Media. November 2014.

"BC Patient Quality and Safety Council Award for Patient Care." Pharmacists and Immunization Working Group (Gobis B). BC Immunization Committee. February 2012.

"Top 40 Under 40." Gobis B. BC Business. 2001.


“The pharmacist’s clinical process – A foundation of patient care practice. Gobis B. Australian Pharmacy Professional (APP) Conference. Gold Coast, Australia, March 19, 2020.

"Medication Management and Pharmacy Practice." Gobis B. Colleges, Universities and Institutes Benefits Consortium. Vancouver, BC. February 19, 2020.                                                                                                          

"Pharmacists in Team-Based Primary Care". Gobis B. Comox Valley Collaborative Services Committee. Comox, BC. September 2019.

"Medication Management and Pharmacy Practice." Gobis B. British Columbia Health Benefit Round Table. Vancouver, BC. July 2019.

"Building Preventative Outreach Services. Gobis B, Yuen J. Canadian Pharmacists/Pharmacist Experience Conference. Toronto, Ontario. June 2019.


Having worked for the past 30 years as an licensed pharmacist, executive, consultant and agent of change, Barbara's specialty is in developing, implementing and managing large-scale change initiatives within pharmacy organizations and front-line pharmacist practice.

Barbara joined the Faculty in April 2013 to develop, establish and oversee the on-going success of UBC Pharm Sci's Pharmacists Clinic. Her teaching interests relate to pharmacists' roles in the health care system, optimal uptake of the pharmacist's scope of practice, interprofessional collaboration in health care and effective interactions between pharmacists and patients in front-line practice.

Barbara completed her undergraduate pharmacy degree at UBC, her residency at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, ON, and her masters of science in clinical pharmacy at the University of Toronto. She also has a certificate in Organizational Coaching from UBC and is a credentialed coach at the PCC level with the International Coaching Federation.

Barbara's research interests are currently focused on areas involving pharmacy practice, program management, quality assurance and evaluation of the structure and function of the Pharmacists Clinic.