Faculty and Staff Biography
Graduated from Drake University
PGY-1 Residency at VA St. Louis Health Care System
Ambulatory Care with focus in cardiovascular risk reduction, anticoagulation, and diabetes
Education-based research includes honor/code and academic dishonesty; practice-based research includes drug-drug interaction outcomes, clinical pharmacist impact on cardiovascular outcomes
Current Courses, Activities, and Scholarly Interest
Course Coordinator for Introduction to Pharmacy Practice (IPP)
Discussion Group Leader for Therapuetics I
Lecture Topics include dematology assessment and therapeutics
Fritz D, Pitlick MK. Evidence about the prevention and management of constipation: Implications for comfort Part 1. Home Healthcare Nurse. 2012;30(9):533-540.
Pitlick MK, Ballantini K, Flesner J. Plague Psoriasis: A review of recent guidelines and pharmacologic therapies. Formulary. 2011;48:18-26.
GRANTS AND FUNDING
Pitlick MK, Alviro E, Erwin PB, Peters G, Seaton TL. Association between critical drug-drug interaction alerts and warfarin complications. Faculty Research Incentive Fund, St. Louis College of Pharmacy. $1750.
Pitlick MK. Improving Pharmacotherapeutic Outcomes by Making Clinical Interventions. St. Louis College of Pharmacy Medication Therapy Services Certificate Program. St. Louis, MO. September 2012.
Pitlick MK, Lu N. Hypertension and Hyperlipidemia Updates: Hydrochlorothiazide versus Chlorthalidone. Advanced Practice Nurse Continuing Education Conference. St. Louis VAMC, Jefferson Barracks Division. St. Louis, MO. October 2011
Lu N, Pitlick MK. Upcoming Therapy Trends: Anticoagulation. Advanced Practice Nurse Continuing Education Conference. St. Louis VAMC, Jefferson Barracks Division. St. Louis, MO. October 2011.
Pitlick.MK. Pharmacological therapy for BPH. St. Louis College of Pharmacy Alumni Association Continuing Education. Memphis, TN. April 2011.