Current Resident Projects
Impact of pharmacist provision of naloxone at an independent community pharmacy operating under state naloxone protocol
Kathryn Anderson, PharmD, and Patricia H. Fabel, PharmD, BCPS
The purpose of this study is to determine if a standardized risk assessment by community pharmacists and subsequent offer to provide naloxone by protocol impacts medication possession rates among patients taking chronic opiates. This 4-month study will determine if community pharmacy-based naloxone dispensing under the protocol improves the naloxone possession rate among patients dispensed opioid medications.
Community pharmacy owners’ efforts to increase star ratings
Phil Gardner, PharmD
The purpose of this study is to survey pharmacy owners’ efforts to increase star ratings and evaluate which methods are most effective. This study will utilize a cross-sectional survey distributed to community pharmacy owners in the United States to ascertain their knowledge level as it relates to the CMS star ratings and efforts and strategies to improve ratings.
Implementation of a Pharmacogenomics Program at an Employer-Based Health Center
Abigail Will, PharmD, Amanda McEvoy, PharmD, BCPS, CDE, and Patricia H. Fabel, PharmD, BCPS
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of a pharmacogenomics service provided by a pharmacist on medication optimization. This study identified 40 employee patients to participate is this medication management program. In addition to the number and type of medication changes recommended and accepted, the study will evaluate both patient and provider satisfaction with the service.
Previous Resident Project
Madelon Kneece- PGY1
Associate Family Health Center- 2018-2019
THE Pharmacy – 2018-2019
Medicine Mart – 2018-2019
Barney’s Pharmacy – 2018-2019
Associate Family Health Center 2017-2019
Emily (Petrak) Russell
Barney’s Pharmacy – 2017-2018