PCP June 2017 Presentations, Publications, and Honors
Published on June 28, 2017
Jacob Radcliff, PharmD (former PGY1 resident), Rachel Rafeq (Cooper Pharmacist), Jane Bowen, PharmD, Laura Pontiggia, MS, PhD, and Sanchita Sen, PharmD, published “Predictors of Response in Emergency Department Patients Receiving Intravenous Opioids for Severe Pain” in Pharmacotherapy accepted manuscript online: 13 May 2017. DOI: 10.1002/phar.1949.
The research team of Diana Solomon PharmD’16, Jim Hollands, PharmD, Laura Siemianowski, Colleen Smith, Rich Song, and Angela Bingham, PharmD, published “Do Patients With a Baseline Clinical Condition Warranting the Cautious Use of Parenteral Nutrition Develop a Subsequent Metabolic Complication?” in the June 2017 Nutrition in Clinical Practice 32(3):400-406. This is publication of student research led by Diana Solomon, incoming PGY2 Critical Care Resident.
A Pharmacy Practice News article, “With Parenteral Nutrition Patients, Older Dose Not Mean Safer,” highlights research by the team of Angela Bingham, PharmD, Laura Pontiggia, MS, PhD, Laura Siemianowski, Colleen Smith, Rich Song and Jim Hollands, PharmD, presented at the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Clinical Nutrition Week in Orlando, Florida. (http://www.pharmacypracticenews.com/Clinical/Article/05-17/With-PN-Patients-Older-Does-Not-Mean-Safer/41216).
Madeline King, PharmD, recently co-authored an article, “Dynamic Interplay of Pharmacy Learners During a Solid Organ Transplation Learning Experience” in the Journal of Pharmacy Practice.
Interim Co-directors of StEPP, Deans Laura Mandos, PharmD, and Diane Morel, MS, PhD, conducted a 50-minute session entitled "Co-curriculum evolution to foster students’ personal and professional development” at the Lilly International Evidence-based Teaching Conference in Bethesda, MD June 1-4, 2017.
PCP’s Curriculum Implementation Team (aka CIT), D. Morel, MS, PhD, M. Schulte, PhD, C. Poon, PharmD, J. Reinhold PharmD’07, A. McLaughlin and L. Mandos, PharmD, shared a 20-minute interactive presentation on the intent and evolution of ESARs in the new curriculum entitled "Periodic low stakes extrinsic assessment: student learning and programmatic effectiveness”, and a poster presentation on the phased implementation of the competency-driven curriculum entitled "Faculty team-based curriculum implementation promotes integration and buy-in, minimizes workload” at the Lilly International Evidence-based Teaching and Learning Conference in Bethesda, MD June 1-4, 2017.
Dan Hussar P’62, MS’64, PhD’67 and Laura Finn P'84 are coauthors of the paper, “2017 New Drug Update,” that has been published in The Consultant Pharmacist (Vol. 32; May, 2017).
Dan Hussar P’62, MS’64, PhD’67 in the May 2017 issue of The Pharmacist Activist includes his editorial, “Our Profession’s Own Pharmacy Care Administrator (PCA): Can a Dream Become Reality?” as well as a table of the new therapeutic agents marketed in the United States in 2016.
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