Philadelphia College of Pharmacy: Recent Publications, Presentations, and Appointments


Published on April 10, 2019

  • Brooklyn T. Cobb, Jane F. Bowen, Laura Pontiggia, Katherine F. Koffer, and Jean M. Scholtz's article, "Evaluation of an individualized vs non-specific standardized patient activity in improving communication skills amongst pharmacy students," recently published in Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
  • In a collaborative effort, Elizabeth Harris, Grace Earl, and alums, Jessica Estriplet-Jiang PharmD'13, and Mohak Dave PharmD'18, had their article, "Implementing a health literacy module fostering patient-centered written communication in a cardiovascular prevention elective course" published in Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 
  • Justin Delic presented oral research, "Impact of Student Pharmacist Anxiety on Vasopressor Calculation Accuracy in ACLS Simulations," at the Society of Critical Care Medicine 2019 Annual Congress. Study team members from PCP included: Alyssa Polotti (PGY2 Critical Care Resident 2016-2017), Angela Bingham, Laura Finn, Jim Hollands, Kitty Koffer, Mike Cawley.
  • Diana Solomon's PharmD'16, research, "Impact of Implementation of the ASPEN Model for Parenteral Nutrition Order Writing and Review on Competency, Attitudes, and Perceptions," was selected as one of six parenteral nutrition abstracts for rapid fire oral presentation at the ASPEN 2019 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference. Co-authors from PCP included: Haley Kavelak PharmD'15, PGY2 Critical Care Resident 2016-2017, Jim Hollands, and Angela Bingham.
  • Diana Solomon and Angela Bingham co-presented "Quality Improvement: How to Involve Students and Trainees" at the ASPEN 2019 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference.
  • Angela Bingham presented "It's All About the Acid-Base, No Trouble: Identification and Treatment of Acid-Base Disorders" at the ASPEN 2019 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference.
  • Haley Kavelak PharmD, 15, PGY2 Critical Care Resident 2016-2017, published her residency research in the Journal of Allied Health. Co-authors included: Jim Hollands and Angela Bingham. (J Allied Health 2019; 48(1 ): 18-21 ).
  • The Philadelphia Area Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (PASPEN) was recognized as the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition's (ASPEN) Chapter of the Year. PASPEN Board Members include: Angela Bingham (President), Diana Solomon (President¬≠Elect), and Haley Kavelak (Director of Pharmacy).
  • Angela Bingham was appointed to ASHP's Council on Education and Workforce Development. She will attend ASHP's Policy Week and Legislative Day in September 2019.
  • Danielle Alm and Nick Owens submitted a proposal for the Lilly Conference (May 30 - June 2 in Bethesda, MD) that was accepted. Their thirty-minute session is entitled "Mission Impossible: Engaging Post-Graduate Trainees."

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