Pharmacists...Advancing Patient Care
Here are the reports from the 2013 Grants:
Sarah Krahe Dombrowski, PharmD, a community practice resident with the University of Pittsburgh and Rite Aid Pharmacy for her study “Identifying key factors associated with successful integration of patient care services into dispensing workflow: a traditional community chain pharmacy evaluation.” Her co-investigators are: Stephanie Harriman McGrath, PharmD; Jennifer Bacci, PharmD; Kim Coccodrilli Coley, PharmD.
Kristin Franks, PharmD, an Academic and Research Fellow, with Duquesne University’s Center for Pharmacy care, for her study, “The impact of an Incentivized Employer-Driven, Pharmacist Run Know Your Numbers Clinic.” Her co-investigator is Suzanne Higginbotham, BS, PharmD, BCACP.
Sean Lasota, PharmD, a community practice resident with Duquesne University and Giant Eagle Pharmacy, for his study “Establishing a Community-Based Medication Therapy Management Chronic Pain Consult Service: Determining the Psychosocial and Pharmacotherapeutic Benefits.” His co-investigators are Jamie L. McConaha PharmD, CGP, Kevin Lynch PharmD, and Justine Whitehouse PharmD.
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Jamie McConaha, PharmD, CGP, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Duquesne University and Preferred Primary Care Physicians for her study “Evaluation of Pharmacist Impact on Inhaled Medication Adherence and Disease State Control in Adult Patients with Asthma.”
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Prior Year Grants
To see more on the Grants Awarded in 2012, 2011, 2010 and their reports, click here.