Honors and Awards
- Josephine Sitterle Failer Alumni Award, The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy - 2014
- Profession of Pharmacy – History and Issues
- Profession of Pharmacy – Pharmacy Careers
- Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience I & II
- Renal & Gastrointestinal Module
- Infectious Disease Module
- Women's Health and Pulmonary Module
- Endocrinology and Dermatology Module
- Special Populations Module
- Oncology Pallative Care Module
|Pharm.D., The Ohio State University|
|B.S.P.S., The Ohio State University|
School of Pharmacy
Peer-Reviewed Publications (8)
Evaluation of Student Perceptions of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning (2020)
Introduction Introductory pharmacy practice experiences (IPPEs) are focused on sharpening the student's knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes related to becoming an effective member of the healthcare team. Currently, the literature on student pharmacists' perceptions focused ...
Development and Validation of the Self-Care Counseling Rubric (SCCR) to Assess Student Self-Care Counseling Skills Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning (2019)
Introduction:To describe the development and validation of the self-care counseling rubric(SCCR) to assess student self-care counseling skills.Methods:Over two years of implementation, a comprehensive rubric was developed and revised for faculty to use. Students were assessed ...
Changing Patient Perceptions of MTM: Determining an Effective Method of Education Innovations in Pharmacy (2018)
Background: Medication Therapy Management (MTM) is a vital resource in reducing medication nonadherence, yet many individuals who are eligible for MTM services are unaware of what MTM is and how to enroll. Little is known ...
Changing Patient Perceptions of Medication Therapy Management: What Method of Education Is Most Effective? Journal of the American Pharmacists Association (2017)
Objective: Medication therapy management (MTM) has been found to reduce medication nonadherence, which is a signifi- cant contributor to negative health outcomes. However, many individuals eligible for MTM are not aware of it and do ...
Assessment of Student Self-care Counseling Skill Progression Across a Semester American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2016)
Objectives: To assess the progression of student self-care counseling skills across 9 weekly counseling sessions in a pharmacy practice skills lab. Method: P1 students took a 3 credit hour self-care course during the fall 2014 ...
A Clinically Significant Interaction Between Tacrolimus and Multiple Proton Pump Inhibitors in a Kidney Transplant Recipient Pediatric Transplantation (2012)
The shared metabolism of PPIs and tacrolimus through the CYP enzyme system has been associated with clinically significant drug interactions, especially in patients who are classified as CYP 2C19 PMs. However, existing data are conflicting, ...
Don’t Leave Without Them: Dispensing Asthma Medications to Pediatric Patients upon Discharge Is Associated with Decreased Hospital Readmissions Innovations in Pharmacy (2012)
Purpose: Asthma exacerbations are a leading cause of hospital and emergency department admissions at pediatric institutions. The objective of this study was to determine if patients who obtain discharge medications from a pediatric institution’s outpatient ...
Preceptor-assessed Progression of Student Self-care Counseling Skills After Integrated Learning of Content American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2016)
Objectives: To assess the progression of student self-care counseling skills during a semester-long community pharmacy introductory pharmacy practice experience (IPPE). Method: During their P1 year, self-care counseling is integrated, as students learn a self-care topic, ...
Student Self-assessment of Motivational Interviewing Skills American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2016)
Objectives: ACPE standards emphasize developing student ability to accurately self-examine knowledge and skills. This study aimed to determine if students accurately assess motivational interviewing (MI) skills by comparing student 1) perceived baseline competence before and ...
The Impact of Small Group Facilitation on Student Confidence in Motivational Interviewing Skills American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2016)
Objectives: To determine if facilitating small group sessions impacts student facilitator confidence in utilizing motivational interviewing (MI) skills and perceived skills. Method: Pharmacy students are often utilized in educational settings to facilitate or assist with ...
Impact of Using Team-Based Learning in Patient Education on Diabetes Outcomes American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2015)
Objectives: To examine differences in clinical and other outcomes in Type 2 diabetic patients who received education utilizing either traditional didactic-based or team-based learning (TBL) teaching methods. Method: This study utilized a randomized, pretest-posttest control ...
Evaluation of Multi-course Integrated Learning on Pharmacy Student Competence in Self-care Counseling American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2014)
To evaluate whether the integration of a self-care course, pharmacy practice lab, and experiential education has a significant impact on pharmacy student competence in self-care counseling
Evaluation of Multi-course Integrated Learning on Pharmacy Student Confidence in Self-care Counseling American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2014)
To evaluate whether the integration of a self-care course, pharmacy practice lab, and experiential education improves student pharmacist confidence regarding self-care counseling.
Development of a Comprehensive Competency Rubric for Evaluating Pharmacy Student Self-Care Counseling Journal of the American Pharmacists Association (2014)
The aim of this study is to create and evaluate a comprehensive rubric assessing student pharmacists’ ability to counsel patients on self-care topics
Don’t Leave Without Them: Dispensing Asthma Medications to Pediatric Patients upon Discharge is Associated with Decreased Hospital Readmissions Pharmacotherapy: The Journal of Human Pharmacology and Drug Therapy (2012)
PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to determine if patients who obtain discharge medications from a pediatric institution’s outpatient pharmacy after an emergency department or inpatient admission for asthma have a lower 30-day readmission ...
Transitions of Care: Barriers and Opportunities for Pharmacists AmerisourceBergen ThoughtSpot 2016 Annual Conference and Tradeshow (2016)
Transitions of Care models are being implemented across the U.S. in an attempt to reduce hospital re-admissions, and pharmacists are positioned well to create value-based models. This program will focus on these opportunities, as well ...