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2015 Poster Presentations

 

Pharmacists…Providers of Patient Care

A Look at the 2015 Poster Presentations

The Foundation is proud of the 35 student posters that presented at Mid-Year in 2015. Photos and links to the poster presentations are available below. Take the time to see the excellent work done by our future pharmacists!  Those who attended the Mid-Year earned CE credit by learning from each student about their work.

Congratulations and thank you to all our presenters!  An excellent job!

 

Please note:  In some cases and for a variety of reasons, the actual poster may not be available and we apologize for this.

 


Emily Suspenia
LECOM School of Pharmacy

Updated Colistin Dosing Recommendations: What do Pharmacists Need to Know?


Svetlana Avshalumov
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Why Are Patients Late to Refill Their Maintenance Medications?

Michelle Hebda
Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy

Impact of the Addition of New Medication Education by Pharmacists on Patient Understanding

Emily Linville
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Perceptions of Appropriate Antibiotic Use in Community Pharmacy Customers

 


Arthi Kumar
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Characterizing Patient Experiences with Out-of-Stock Medications in Two Community Pharmacies
 


Kerry Moore, Valerie Nolt, Daniel Nelson
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Vaccine Education Project to Increase Immunization Rates in an Inpatient Psychiatric Population

 

 

 

Chelsea Henderson

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Evaluating and Improving a Pharmacy Student-Led Community Outreach Program at Location Senior Centers


 


 

Kaleen Hayes, Alyssa Kunkel

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Perceptions and Attitudes Toward HPV Vaccination Among College Students
 

 


Emily Bobrzynski, Christine Ross
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Rethink and Advance Community Practice by Improving Outcomes for Patients with Mental Illness





Gabrielle Dziuba, Nicolette Diehl, Olivia Marchionda

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

The Age of the Expanding Pharmacist: Partnering with the Underserved


 


Rahul Samudralwar, Avani Yenamandra

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy

Increasing the Provision of MTM Services Through Home-Based Care: An Independent Pharmacy Model
 




Brittney Knass

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Patient Attitudes Towards Pharmacogenomic Testing in an Independent Community Pharmacy


 


Trina Patel, AeRee Choi

Wilkes University Nesbitt School of Pharmacy

Exploring Unique Patient Care Practice: Implementation of Affordable Care Act Sign-Up Assistant Program
 


 


Alyssa Kunkel

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Exploring the Relationship Between Patient Activation and Medication-Related Problems for Patients with Chronic Diseases

 



Linda Huang
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Improving Health Outcomes for Pediatric Patients: Potential Interventions for Community Pharmacies
 


  

 

Rebecca Wytiaz, Marissa Badzik, Karen Quach

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

A Glance at Patient Care at Gatti Pharmacy

 




Brandon Barry, Caroline Beck, Carrece Faulknor

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

 

Thrifty White Pharmacy: Providing Services via Med Sync

 


 

 

Stephani Strasburger
Temple University School of Pharmacy

 

Multimodal Topical Analgesia in Refractory Neuropathic Pain Management: A Case Study


 



Katlyn Grossman, Sophia Yang, Danielle Bellan

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

 

Pharmacy Student Outcomes in an Underserved Population Setting

 


 

Stephanie Tchen, Harvey He

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Use of Mobile Technology to Improve Patient Education and Medication Adherence in Pharmacy Practices
 


 

Jonathan Kovac, Jennifer Bacci, Michelle Myers

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring: Factors Affecting Compliance in Community-Dwelling, Hypertensive Patients
 


 

 

 

Kelsey Moss, Cassandra Bloor

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Collaborative Practice Agreements: Potential for Community Pharmacists to More Efficiently Resolve Drug Therapy Problems

 





 

Taylor Watterson, Kaitlin Zeis

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Optimizing Patient Care: Tech-Check-Tech Initiative


 


 

 

Charlene Kabel, Andrew Frederick, Jessica Assion
Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy

A Medication Use Evaluation on the Potential Inappropriate Prescribing of Renal Dosed Medications in the Old-Old Population in a Rural Community Pharmacy


 

 

Carrie Recker

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Analyzing Trends in Suboxone Use and Dose Tapering in a Community Pharmacy Setting 
 


 

Alex Marshall, Ingrid Pan, Tael'r Eason, Dylan Atkinson
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Script Your Future: A University of Pittsburgh Interprofessional Medication Adherence Initiative

 

 

Rachael Oyewole, Fidelia Bernice, Mikala Johnson
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy

Students in Medicine and Pharmacy Providing Direct Patient Care in the Community Setting: The Camden Community Collaborative Practice Model
 


 

 

Nayanika Basu

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

What Do Pregnant Females and Mothers of Newborns Need from Community Pharmacists?

 


 

 

Madison Adams, Hunter Busansky

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Outpatient Pharmacy - Conducted Discharge Medication Bedside Delivery Service

 


 

 

Rebecca Campbell, Sophia Yang, Danielle Bellan

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Medical Marijuana: A Pharmacist's Perspective

 


 

  

Maeghan Moss, Brittany Stocks

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Enhancement of Patient Education and Compliance Via the Color Coordination of Medication Vials

 


 

 

 

Jennifer Fever, Carolyn Ubinger, Brenda Fuh, Colleen Chi

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Addressing Patient Adherence at First Refill in Community Pharmacies

 


 

 

Kasey Martik, Meredith Bollinger, Hayley Fedorek

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Implementing Drug Disposal in Community Pharmacies

 


 

 

 Alexandria Lavella, Ashley Lovas

University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Engaging Technicians to Improve Patient Care

 


 

 

Erin Drewniany

Temple University School of Pharmacy

Rapid-onset Anti-Depressant Action of Keatmine: Potential Revolution in Understanding and Future Pharmacologic Treatment of Depression

 

We also want to thank the new practitioners who evaluated the posters!  We appreciate your interest and support!  They are: Brandon Antinopoulos, Jennifer Bacci, Lucas Berenbrok, Jenna Carmichael, Brian Catton, Gale Garmong, Chrissy Jordan, Yardlee Kauffman, Kyle McCormick, Kate Naper, Maria Osborne, Lori Schildroth, and Nick Wytiaz.






 

 

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