|Present||Instructor of Pharmacy, Cedarville University ‐ School of Pharmacy|
Honors and Awards
- Governor of Ohio Proclamation - 2016
|Pharm.D., Cedarville University ‐ School of Pharmacy|
|B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Cedarville University ‐ School of Pharmacy|
School of Pharmacy
The Correlation of Free Health Screenings at Community Pharmacies on Diabetes INNOVATIONS in pharmacy (2017)
Objective: To assess the correlation of free health screenings in community pharmacies on patient perceptions of free health screenings and diabetes knowledge. Methods: The study design was a pre-post observational study using surveys, blood sugar ...
The Impact of Free Health Screenings at Community Pharmacies on Diabetes Cedarville University Research and Scholarship Symposium (2016)
Diabetes is a prevalent issue in the United States, with an estimated 8.1 million people un-diagnosed as of 2012. Health screenings have been proven to identify diseases earlier, thereby resulting in earlier and more satisfactory ...
The Impact of Free Health Screenings at Community Pharmacies on Diabetes Cedarville University Health Sciences Symposium (2013)
Background: Health screenings can be beneficial when looking to detect diseases early on, thus making treatment easier. Free health screenings are typically performed in the community pharmacy setting. This makes it convenient because it is ...
Survey of Community Pharmacy Customers’ Medication Storage and Disposal Methods Cedarville University Research and Scholarship Symposium (2012)
Many people store medications in bathrooms, which provide a moist, humid environment that speeds up the breakdown process of medications. The proper way to store medicines is in a cool, dry place out of the ...