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Current Resident Projects

 

Mackenzie Currie, PGY1 - Hawthorne Pharmacy

Patient and Pharmacist Perceptions of Cognitive Screening Services and their Implementation into an Independent Community Pharmacy

The purpose of this study is to evaluate patient and pharmacist perceptions of cognitive screening services and the implementation of those services into an independent pharmacy. This study will analyze patient perceptions of community pharmacy-based cognitive screening services, including general perceptions of cognitive screening services, pharmacist administration, and willingness to pay through a survey. Additionally, it will identify community pharmacists' perceived barriers and facilitators of cognitive screening service implementation. 

 

Caleb Melton, PGY1 - Medicine Mart

Impact of a Pharmacist-Led Vaccination Delivery Service on Vaccination Rates in an Elderly, Assisted-Living Population

The objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of implementing a pharmacist driven vaccine delivery service on the vaccination rates in the assisted-living population. This study will particularly focus on the vaccination rates of the pneumococcal, herpes zoster, and tetanus diphtheria and pertussis (Tdap) vaccines. This study will serve as a potential model for community pharmacists to use in order to expand services that their pharmacy offers, as well as improve public health. It will also show the impact of a pharmacist with motivational interviewing experience on vaccine hesitancy and overall vaccination rates within a specific high-risk population.

 

Ryan Norton, PGY1 - Associate Family Health

Health-Care Professional’s and Patient’s Perspective and Opinions of Pharmacist Conducted Point-Of-Care Testing for Infectious Diseases

The purpose of this study is to determine health-care professional’s perspective and opinions of pharmacists conducting point-of-care testing for group A streptococcal pharyngitis, influenza virus, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV). Also, this study will determine patient needs, perspectives, opinions, and comfort level with pharmacist conducted point-of-care testing for group A streptococcal pharyngitis, influenza virus, HIV, and HCV. Upon the results of this study, the goal is to determine provider’s willingness to enter a collaborative practice agreement with pharmacists to treat acute infectious diseases and appropriately refer chronic infectious diseases.

 

Previous Resident Project

2020-2021

Abby Will, PGY2 - Associate Family Health

Implementation of a Pharacogenomics Program at an Employer-Based Health Center

Sherlie Llorens, PGY1 - Assoicate Famly Health

Evaluation of themes related to mental health resources in an employerbased health center 

Emelia Beam, PGY1 -  Wiggins Family Medical Center

Assessing the Need for a Pharmacist-Led Mental Health Service 

Carrie Lynch, PGY1 - Hawthorne Pharmacy

Pharmacist Perceptions and Willingness to Initiate COVID-19 Point-of-Care Testing in an Independent, Community Pharmacy Setting

Dana Crawford, PGY1 - Medicine Mart Pharmacy

Pandemic preparedness among community pharmacists across South Carolina

 

2019-2020

Katie Anderson, PGY1 - Medicine Mart 

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Phil Gardner, PGY1 - Hawthorne Pharmacy 

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Abigail Will, PGY1 - Associate Family Health Center 

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2018-2019

Madelon Kneece, PGY1 - Associate Family Health Center- 

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Hannah Yandle, PGY1 - THE Pharmacy 

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Megan Nissen, PGY1 - Medicine Mart 

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Morgan Enlow, PGY1 - Barney’s Pharmacy

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2017-2018

Paige Brockington -Associate Family Health Center 2017-2019

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Emily (Petrak) Russell, PGY1 - Barney’s Pharmacy 

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