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Foundation Awarded Grant HIstory

 

 

 

The following is a list of the grants that the PPA Educational Foundation has awarded and if completed and a report has been received, there are links to read the reports:

2012 Grants and Reports Received

The Effects of Standardized Education (Patient Knowledge) on Self-Management Outcomes in Patient's with HIV: a pilot study
Jennifer Green Naples, PharmD candidate with Jason Schafer, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVE

Impact of a Multi-Site Community Pharmacist-Provided Blood Glucose Monitoring Training on Patients' Self-Monitoring Behaviors
Samantha Decker, PharmD (please also see the related table below)

2011 Grants and Reports Received

Assessing Pharmacist Impact on Over-The-Counter Medication Selection
Jennifer Heasley, PharmD, Academic and Research Pharmacy Fellow, Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy/Giant Eagle Pharmacy.    (Please also see the related figures for this report.)

Identifying unmet medication-related needs of HIV patients for use in implementing community pharmacist-based services
Yardlee Kauffman, PharmD, Community Practice Resident, UPMC Falk Pharmacy


Appointment Based Model of Community Pharmacy: Pharmacist Interventions and Satisfaction
Danielle Shannon, PharmD, Community Practice Resident, Hartzell’s Pharmacy
 

Reports from our 2010 Grants

Pharmacist Integration into the Medical Home: A Qualitative Analysis
Melinda Kozminski Martin, PharmD served as a Community Practice Resident with the University of Pittsburgh and Rite Aid in 2009-2010

Assessment of Patient Attitudes and Willingness to Participate in a Community Pharmacy Centered Comprehensive Diabetes Education Program
Amelia Arnold, PharmD, who served as a Community Practice resident with Wilkes University and Hartzell’s Pharmacy in Catasauqua, PA

Identification of Patients’ Medication Related Needs – Development of a Patient Care Practice
Shannon McLaughlin Antypas, PharmD, who served as a Community Practice Resident with the University of Pittsburgh and Blackburn’s Pharmacy

Community Pharmacist Clinical Intervention Project
Jamie Kearns McConaha, PharmD, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Duquesne University

 

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