Faculty Publications and Scholarly Activities
Faculty at St. Louis College of Pharmacy are active members of the academic community as well as the profession. Students benefit from both the practice and research knowledge that faculty contribute to the academic program. Below is a selection of recent scholarship produced by STLCOP faculty.
For detailed information and more CV highlights, visit individual faculty biographies.
Erica Crannage was named a delegate of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
Dennis Doyle received the 2015 Joe E. Haberle Outstanding Educator Award.
Fred Gattas received the Fellow Award from the American Pharmacists Association.
Tim Moylan is the past president of the South Central Renaissance Conference and was named the local host for the 2016 South Central Renaissance Conference.
Suzanne Bollmeier co-authored “Survey of Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C) Pharmacists—Who are they and how is this Credential Being Used?” for The Journal of Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine (2014;4:6).
Rebecca Bragg, Danielle Hebel, Scott Vouri, and Jamie Pitlick co-authored “Mirabegron: A Beta-3 Agonist for Overactive Bladder” for The Consultant Pharmacist (2014;29(12)).
Dennis Doyle authored “Black Celebrities, Selfhood, and Psychiatry in the Civil Right Era: The Wiltwychk School for Boys and the Floyd Patterson House” for The Social History of Medicine.
Golden Peters, Amy Drew, Clark Kebodeaux, and Laura Challen co-authored “Clinical Management of Peptic Ulcer Disease” for US Pharmacist (2014;39(12)).
Paul Stranges co-authored “A Multidisciplinary Intervention for Reducing Readmissions Among Older Adults in a Patient-Centered Medical Home” for The American Journal of Managed Care (2015;21(2):106-113).
Paul Stranges, Amy Drew, Patricia Rafferty, and Amie Brooks co-authored “Treatment of Hypertension with Chronotherapy: Is it time?” for Annals of Pharmacotherapy (2014;DOI:10.1177/1060028014563535.
Scott Vouri co-authored “Tadalafil and its expected role in therapy for BPH, Beyond the Abstract” for UroToday (2014).
Brenda Walter authored “Listening to Ghosts: Haunted Hospitals, Spectral Patients, and the Monstrous in Modern Medicine” for Trespassing Medicine (2014;4) and “Through a Glass Darkly: Medievalism, Satanism, and the Dark Illumination of the Self in the Aesthetics of Black Metal” for Helvete: A Journal of Black Metal Theory, (2015;2).
Brian Walter authored a chapter titled “Daddy’s Girl: The Knowing Innocent in Strangers on a Train” for Hitchcock’s Children (New York: Palgrave-MacMillan, 2015).
Dennis Doyle presented “The Floyd Patterson House: Philanthropy and Psychiatry in the Civil Rights Era” at the Southern Association for the History and Medicine and Science Annual Meeting.
Tim Moylan presented “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: An Interpretive Survey of the Characters Populating Elizabethan Entertainments and Displays” at the 2015 South Central Renaissance Conference.
Susan Mueller presented “A Pound of Prevention, an Ounce of Cure: Burnout in Writing Centers” at the East Central Writing Centers Association Conference.
Bhumi Gandhi-Patel, Clark Kebodeaux, Daron Smith, and Nicole Gattas co-authored “Impact of Specialty Pharmacy on HIV-Positive Clinical Outcomes” for the Journal of American Pharmacists Association (2015;55(2):247-248).
Emily Hanson and Nicole Gattas co-authored “Improving Community Pharmacy’s Impact on Performance Measures Star Ratings and Patient Care: Provider Acceptance of Pharmacist Interventions to Decrease High-Risk Medications in Elderly Patients” for the Journal of American Pharmacists Association (2015;55(2):208).
Krista Hein and Nicole Gattas co-authored “Community Pharmacists’ Comfort and Knowledge of Multiple Sclerosis Medications” for the Journal of American Pharmacists Association (2015;55(2):227).
Clark Kebodeaux, Golden Peters, and Tricia Berry co-authored “Exploring How the United States Pharmacopeia Chapter 17 Standards Meet Patient-Perceived Rescription Content and Formatting Expectations for Prescription Container Labeling” for the Journal of American Pharmacists Association (2015;55(2):153).
Anastasia Armbruster received the Research and Scholarship Academy Certificate from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy.
Andrew Crannage received the Leadership and Management Academy Certificate from ACCP.
Erica Crannage received the Teaching and Learning Academy Certificate from ACCP and the Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award from the Missouri Pharmacy Association. She was also honored by the ACCP Volunteer Recognition Program.
Nicole Gattas received the Faculty Member of the Year Award from the Missouri Pharmacy Association.
Brenda Gleason was asked to be one of four Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education Appointees to the Assessment and Accreditation Management System Advisory Committee.
Aaron Hartmann received the Research and Scholarship Academy Certificate from ACCP.
Golden Peters received the Teaching and Learning Academy Certificate from ACCP.
Matthew Pitlick received the Leadership and Management Academy Certificate from ACCP.
Zachary Stacy received the Leadership and Management Academy Certificate from ACCP.
Katie Tellor received the Research and Scholarship Academy Certificate from ACCP.
Amy Tiemeier received the Pharmacist Making a Difference Award from MPA.
Scott Vouri received the Research and Scholarship Academy Certificate from ACCP and the Presidential Coin from the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists.
Brenda Walter received the Emerson Teaching Award from Emerson Electric.
Abigail Yancey received the Adult Medicine PRN Mentor of the Year Award from ACCP.
Scott Vouri served as Geriatrics Facilitator at the 2014 Annual ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Career Path Roundtable.
Tom Zlatic was appointed Accreditation Site Reviewer of ACPE, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Anastasia Armbruster co-authored “Evaluation of the safety and efficacy of prophylactic amiodarone therapy for prevention of postoperative atrial fibrillation in patients who underwent cardiothoracic surgery” for Pharmacotherapy (2014; 34(10):113-114).
Anastasia Armbruster and Katie Tellor co-authored “Appropriateness of Use and Bleeding Events in a Community Hospital Setting” for American Health Drug Benefits (2014;7(7):376-384) and “Evaluation of the Appropriateness of Dosing, Indication and Safety of Rivaroxaban in a Community Hospital” for Pharmacotherapy (2014; 34(10):85-86).
Anastasia Armbruster and Abigail Yancey co-authored “Sofosbuvir, a New Nucleotide Analogue, for the Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Infection” for Journal of Pharmacy Technology (Sept. 15, 2014).
Suzanne Bollmeier and Theresa Prosser co-authored “Community Pharmacy-based Asthma Services: Current Perspectives and Future Directions” for Integrated Pharmacy Research and Practice (2014;3:49-70).
Rebecca Bragg, Amie Brooks, and Suzanne Bollmeier co-authored “Effect of a pharmacist provided education program on the prescribing of maintenance medications for asthma” for Pharmacotherapy (2014; 34(10):44).
Amie Brooks, Erika Michalski, Lindsay Bell, and Jack Burke co-authored “Impact of a Teaching Certificate Program on Pharmacy Resident Self-Confidence with Various Aspects of Academia” for Pharmacotherapy (2014;34(10):15-16).
Amy Drew and Golden Peters co-authored “Electronic Cigarettes: Cautions and Concerns” for American Family Physician (2014;90(5):283-284).
Amy Drew and Jamie Pitlick co-authored “Evaluation of a Pharmacist-Provided Discharge Counseling Service on Hospital Readmission Rates in the Mercy Hospital St. Louis Ambulatory Care Clinics” for Pharmacotherapy (2014;34(10):75-76).
Alexandria Garavaglia-Wilson and David Ritchie co-authored “A Review of Intravenous Minocycline for Treatment of Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter Infection” for Clinical Infectious Diseases (2014;59:S374-80).
Clark Kebodeaux co-authored “Motivation Makes a Difference: How using motivational interviewing in your pharmacy could improve patient care and help patients make changes in their health” for Missouri Pharmacy Association (2014; 88(3)20-23).
Scott Micek co-authored “A randomized trial of a real-time automated clinical deterioration alerts sent to a rapid response team” for Journal of Hospital Medicine (2014;9:424-429); “Effects of empiric antifungal therapy for septic shock on time to appropriate therapy for Candida infection: a pilot study” for Clinical Therapy (2014;36:1226-1232); “Identifying Critically Ill Patients At Risk for Inappropriate Antibiotic Therapy; A Pilot Study of a Point-of-Care Decision Support Alert” for Critical Care Medicine (2014;42:1832-38); “Innovation in Clinical Pharmacy Practice and Opportunities for Academic-Practice Partnership” for Pharmacotherapy (2014;34:45-54); “Multi-Drug Resistance, Inappropriate Initial Antibiotic Therapy and Mortality in Gram-negative Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: a Retrospective Cohort Study” for Critical Care (Nov. 21, 2014); “Predictors of Hospital Mortality Among Septic ICU Patients with Acinetobacter spp. Bacteremia: A Cohort Study” for BMC Infectious Diseases (Oct. 20, 2014); “Pneumonia pathogen characterization is an independent determinant of hospital readmission” for Chest (Nov. 27, 2014); “Using the Number Needed to Treat to Assess Appropriate Antimicrobial Therapy as a Determinant of Outcome in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock” for Critical Care Medicine (2014;42:2342-49); and “Predictors of Outcome in 216 Patients with ARDS Treated with Inhaled Epoprostenol” for Respiratory Care (2014;59:1178-85).
Carmen Smith co-authored “Evaluation of a pharmacy-driven heparin-induced thrombocytopenia protocol: phase 1” for Pharmacotherapy (2014; 34(10):25-26).
Paul Stranges and Scott Vouri co-authored “Pharmacy Resident Publication Success: Factors of Success Based on Abstracts from a Regional Meeting” for Pharmacotherapy (2014;34(10):e192)
Katie Tellor co-authored “Comparison of enoxaparin with unfractionated heparin (UFH) for venous thromboembolism (VTE) prophylaxis in medically ill dialysis patients” for Pharmacotherapy (2014; 34(10):2).
Amy Tiemeier co-authored “Perceptions, obstacles, and solutions for offering introductory pharmacy practice experiences in the community hospital setting: A qualitative survey” for Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning (2014;6:632-638).
Melanie VanDyke authored “A Paradoxial Approach to the Doubting Disease: Using Exposure and Response Prevention to Address Ambivalence” (PsycCritiques, 2014).
Scott Vouri and Golden Peters co-authored “Use of OnabotulinumtoxinA for Overactive Bladder with Concomitant Warfarin” for Consultant Pharmacist (2014;29(10):666).
Brenda Walter authored “Thrust and Probe: The Phallic Blade, the Physician, and the Voyeuristic Pleasures of Penetration” in Evil Women and Mean Girls: Critical Examinations of the Fairer Sex’s Nasty Side in History, Literature, and Popular Culture (Palgrave, 2014); “Corrupt Air, Poisonous Places and the Toxic Breath of Witches in late Medieval Medicine and Theology” in Toxic Airs: Body, Place, Planet in Historical Perspective (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2014); and “Canonical Evil: The Demonic, the Satanic, and the Persistence of Catholic Paradigms in American Supernatural Horror” in A History of Evil in Popular Culture (ABC-CLIO, 2014).
Phillip Wenger co-authored “Assessment of Hepatitis C Risk Factors and Infection Prevalence in a Jail Population” for the American Journal of Public Health (2014;104(9):1722-7).
Tom Zlatic authored “Melville’s ‘Pale Glory’: Visions of Heroism in ‘Naples in the Time of Bomba’” in Facing Melville, Facing Italy. Democracy, Politics, Translation (Roma: Sapienza Universita Editrice, 2014); “Mixing Metaphors in Pharmacy Education is a Bad Solution for Students” for the American Journal of Pharmacy Education (2014;10); and “The Persistence of Memory: Picturing Ong’s Oral Hermeneutics” for Communications Research Trends (2014;33(1):10-15).
Anastasia Armbruster presented “Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of Prophylactic Amiodarone Therapy for Prevention of Postoperative Atrial Fibrillation in Patients Who Underwent Cardiothoracic Surgery” at the 2014 ACCP Annual Meeting.
Martha Bhattacharya presented “Axon Degeneration in Flies and Mice” at the 2014 Missouri Institute of Science and Technology Biology department seminar series.
Rebecca Bragg presented “Effect of a Pharmacist Provided Education Program on the Prescribing of Maintenance Medications for Asthma” at the 2014 ACCP Annual Meeting.
Bethanne Carpenter, Erin Hennessey, Andrew Crannage, and Alex Bryant co-presented “Development of a Study Identifying Factors Impacting Recurrent Clostridium Difficile Infection to Create a Risk Evaluation Tool” at the 2014 ASHP Mid-Year Annual Meeting.
Laura Challen co-presented “Comparison of Insulin Patient Assistance Programs to 340B Insulin Pricing on Diabetes Outcomes and Adherence;” “Use of the New Oral Anticoagulants in the Outpatient Setting;” and “Evaluation of Use of the New Oral Anticoagulants in an Outpatient Setting” at the 2014 BJC Multidisciplinary Research Conference.
Hyunah Cho presented “Polymeric micelles for combination chemotherapy and intraoperative surgical guidance” at the2014 RSAC-sponsored Faculty Research Seminar.
Erica Crannage presented “New Updates for Hypertension and Lipid Management” at the 2014 Missouri Pharmacist Association/Illinois Pharmacist Association Meeting.
Amy Drew and Jamie Pitlick co-presented “Evaluation of a Pharmacy Provided Discharge Counseling Service on Hospital Readmission Rates in the Mercy Hospital St. Louis Ambulatory Care Clinics” at the 2014 ACCP Annual Meeting.
Nicole Gattas, Bhumi Gandhi-Patel, Emily Hanson, and Krista Hein co-presented “Pharmacology: A Review of Top Drugs for Chronic Conditions” at St. Louis Community College.
Brenda Gleason presented “Mapping and Assessment of CAPE Educational Outcomes 2013 – Sub-domains of Self-Awareness and Professionalism” at the 2014 AACP Institute: CAPE Educational Outcomes.
Brenda Gleason and Tom Zlatic co-presented “Academy Teaching and Learning Certificate Program. Teaching and Learning Primer for New Clinical Faculty and Preceptors” at the 2014 ACCP Annual Meeting.
Gloria Grice co-presented “Building Interprofessional Simulations That Emphasize Flexibility and Teamwork in Treatment Planning” at the 2014 BJC Multidisciplinary Research Conference and presented “Preceptor Challenges” at the 2014 MPA/IPhA Meeting.
Chaya Gopalan presented “Innovative Use of Technology in Teaching and Student Assessment of Physiology” at the 2014 Pan-American Congress of Physiological Sciences and co-presented “Student-centered Learning: Practical Models” at a plenary session of the American Physiological Society’s Teaching and Learning Institute.
Aaron Hartmann presented “Updates in Anticoagulation” at the 2014 Barnes-Jewish Advance Practice Nursing Conference.
Patrick Finnegan presented “Antibiotic Treatment Duration in Male Veterans with Urinary Tract Infections” at the 2014 ACCP Annual Meeting.
Scott Micek presented “Resuscitation Trifecta: Sepsis” at the 2014 ASHP Midyear Annual Meeting.
Brandon Nuziale, Jamie Pitlick, Andrew Crannage, and Zachary Stacy presented “The Design for a Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate the Effect of a Rivaroxaban Patient Assistance Kit (R-PAK) for Patients Discharged with Rivaroxaban for Treatment of VTE” at the 2014 ASHP Midyear Annual Meeting.
Golden Peters and Jamie Shelly co-presented “Electronic Cigarettes: to Vape or not to Vape?” at the 2014 MPA/IPhA Meeting.
Golden Peters and Matthew Pitlick co-presented “Assessing Time to Failure to Maintain Blood Pressure Goals in Patients with Diabetes Discharged from a Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) Pharmacist-Managed Primary Care Clinic” and “Team-Based Outpatient Transitions of Care Clinic at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center” at the 2014 MPA/IPhA Meeting.
Matthew Pitlick presented “Target Specific Oral Anticoagulants and Therapy Reversal Options” at the 2014 MPA/IPhA Meeting.
Noha Salama presented “Hypoxia enhances p-glycoprotien mediated efflux and promotes resistance to carfilzomib in multiple myeloma” at the 2014 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting.
Terry Seaton presented “Rules and Regulations on Medication Therapy Services” at the 2014 MPA/IPhA Meeting.
Suman Sirimulla presented “Non-covalent interactions in protein-ligand interactions: Applications of halogen bonds and carbon bonds in designing PTSD drugs” at the 2014 American Chemical Society National Meeting and “Insilico drug designing of Nociceptin Orphanin Fq receptor agonists as prophylactic treatment for PTSD” at the 2014 Dynamica Expo.
Zachary Stacy co-presented “Anticoagulation Services,” “Clinical Case Studies,” and “Teaching Scenarios” and presented “Heart Failure Management,” “Infective Endocarditis,” “Teaching Clinical Skills in the Classroom,” and “The Attributes of an Effective Teacher” at the 2014 Pharmaceutical Society of Taiwain-ACCP.
Katie Tellor co-presented “Comparison of Enoxaparin with Unfractionated Heparin for Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis for Medically Ill Dialysis Patients” at the 2014 ACCP Meeting.
Katie Tellor and Anastasia Armbruster co-presented “Evaluation of the Appropriateness of Dosing, Indication and Safety of Rivaroxaban in a Community Hospital” at the 2014 ACCP Meeting.
Lucia Tranel presented “Drawing-to-learn: the effect of an instructional drawing component as a part of anatomy instruction” at the 2014 Regional Human Anatomy & Physiology Meeting.
Scott Vouri and Golden Peters co-presented “Use of Use of OnabotulinumtoxinA for Overactive Bladder with Concomitant Warfarin” at the 2014 American Society of Consultant Pharmacists Meeting.
Scott Vouri and Stephanie Seaton co-presented “Changes in Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS)-15 of New Enrollees in a Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)” at the 2014 ASCP Meeting.
Scott Vouri co-presented “Validating Acute Urinary Retention Using Diagnosis and Procedure Codes” at the 2014 Washington University School of Medicine Research Training Poster Session.
Armbruster A, Buehler KS, Min S, Riley M, Daly M. Evaluation of Dabigatran for Appropriateness of Use and Bleeding Events in a Community Hospital Setting. Am Health Drug Benefits. 2014;7(7):376-384.
Berry TR, Griggs S, McMurphy T, Pearce ER, Peters G, Schafermeyer K, Simmons K, Tiemeier A. From the College Community to International Partnerships: The Ripple Effect of STLCOP Community Engagement. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.119).
Bollmeier S, Prosser TR. Community Pharmacy-based Asthma Services: Current Perspectives and Future Directions. Integrated Pharmacy Research and Practice. 2014;3:49-70.
Bragg, R.L., Brooks, A.D., Bollmeier, S.G. Effect of a pharmacist provided education program on the prescribing of maintenance medications for asthma. Pharmacotherapy 2014; 34(10): 44.
Buckallew A., Buehler KS., Lee B. Comparison of enoxaparin with unfractionated heparin (UFH) for venous thromboembolism (VTE) prophylaxis in medically ill dialysis patients. Pharmacotherapy 2014; 34(10): 2.
Challen L, Kelso C, Gandhi B. Association Between Prescription Drug Benefit and Hospital Readmission Rates. Hosp Pharm 2014; 49(5)449-454.
Chen A, Armbruster AN, Lee SY, Echeverri M. Pilot-testing of a Protocol to Determine Best Practices in Health Literacy Education. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.102).
Denetclaw TH, Young EW, Tiemeier AM, Scott JD, Hartzler, ML. Perceptions, obstacles, and solutions for offering introductory pharmacy practice experiences in the community hospital setting: A qualitative survey. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 6 (2014) 632-638.
Drew A, Peters G, Danis P. Electronic Cigarettes: Cautions and Concerns. American Family Physician. 2014;90(5):283-4.
Echeverri M, Lee SY. Best Practices in Health Disparities Education: A Pilot Test. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.92).
Ephraim Jr., D., Stevens A., Armbruster A. Evaluation of the safety and efficacy of prophylactic amiodarone therapy for prevention of postoperative atrial fibrillation in patients who underwent cardiothoracic surgery. Pharmacotherapy 2014; 34(10): 113-114.
Erwin P, Pitlick M, Peters GL. "Maintenance of Goal Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Hemoglobin A1c Levels in Veterans With Type 2 Diabetes After Discharge from a Pharmacist-Managed Ambulatory Care Clinic." Diabetes Spectrum (Accepted for Publication).
Greaser S., Smith CB, Korobey M.J. Evaluation of a pharmacy-driven heparin-induced thrombocytopenia protocol: phase 1. Pharmacotherapy 2014; 34(10): 25-26.
Grice GR, Hurd PD, Kebodeaux C, Gattas N, Prosser TR, Tiemeier AM, Voorhees M, Berry TM, Juang P, Wilson AM, Mann JE, Rattine-Flaherty E. Identifying the Concurrent Validity of Patient-centered Communication Tools (PaCT) for pharmacy student communication skills. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.63).
Grice GR, Tiemeier A, Hurd P, Berry T, Voorhees M, Prosser T, Sailors J, Gattas N, Duncan W. Student Use of Health Literacy Tools to Improve Patient Understanding and Medication Adherence, The Consultant Pharmacist, April 2014.
Gubbins PO, Micek ST, Badowski M, Cheng J, Gallagher J, Johnson SG, Karnes JH, Lyons K, Moore KG, Strand K. Innovation in Clinical Pharmacy Practice and Opportunities for Academic-Practice Partnership. Pharmacotherapy 2014;34:e45-54.
Kebodeaux C, Gibson N. Motivation Makes a Difference: How using motivational interviewing in your pharmacy could improve patient care and help patients make changes in their health. Missouri Pharmacy Association 2014; 88(3) 20-23.
Kebodeaux C, Vouri S, Hurd P. Team-based learning (TBL): An Argument for Faculty’s Evaluation. INNOVATIONS in pharmacy. 2014, Vol. 5, No. 2. Article 152.
Kollef MH, Chen Y, Keard K, LaRossa GN, Lu C, Martin NR, Martin N, Micek ST, Bailey T. A randomized trial of a real-time automated clinical deterioration alerts sent to a rapid response team. J Hosp Med 2014;9:424-29.
Kollef MH, Micek ST. Rational use of antibiotics in the ICU: balancing stewardship and clinical outcomes. JAMA 2014;312:1403-04.
Lee SY, Griggs S, Schafermeyer K. An Assessment of Cultural Competence, Among Pharmacy Students. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.42).
Mann JE, Pitlick J, Harris J, Pitlick M, Murphy J, Brooks AM. The Development of a Novel Faculty Mentoring Family Program. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.89).
McEvoy C, Micek ST, Reichely RM, Kan J, Hoban A, Hoffmann J, Shorr AF, Kollef MH. Macrolides are associated with better survival in patients hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia but not healthcare-associated pneumonia. Surg Infect 2014;15:283-89.
Micek ST, Arnold H, Juang P, Hampton N, McKenzie M, Scolarici M, Kollef M. Effects of empiric antifungal therapy for septic shock on time to appropriate therapy for Candida infection: a pilot study. Clin Ther 2014;36:1226-32.
Micek ST, Gowan M, Heard K, Kollef MH. Identifying Critically Ill Patients At Risk for Inappropriate Antibiotic Therapy; A Pilot Study of a Point-of-Care Decision Support Alert. Crit Care Med 2014;42:1832-38.
Micek ST, Lang A, Fuller BM, Hampton NB, Kollef MH. Clinical Implications for Patients Treated Inappropriately for Community-Acquired Pneumonia in the Emergency Department. BMC Infect Dis 2014;14:61
Murphy JA, Brooks AD, Burrows-Grandstaff C., Michalski ER, Bell L., Burke JM, Impact of a teaching certificate program on pharmacy resident self-confidence with various aspects of academia. Pharmacotherapy 2014; 34(10): 15-16.
Pacheco J, Arnold H, Skrupky L, Watts P, Micek ST, Kollef MH. Predictors of Outcome in 216 Patients with ARDS Treated with Inhaled Epoprostenol. Respir Care 2014;59:1178-85.
Patel S., Buehler KS, Armbruster A. Evaluation of the appropriateness of dosing, indication and safety of rivaroxaban in a Community Hospital. Pharmacotherapy 2014; 34(10): 85-86.
Peters G, Vouri S. Use of OnabotulinumtoxinA for Overactive Bladder with Concomitant Warfarin. The American Society of Consultant Pharmacist, Inc. Vol. 29, No. 7. Doi:10.4140/TCP.n.2014.480. July 2014.
Pitlick M, Jenkins A, Adcock K, Foote E, Hanes S, Hilaire M, Stamm P, Jarvis C, Kruse J, Jeffres M, Erstad B, Stack Lodise N, Neville M. Adjunct Pharmacy Practice Promotion: Current Practices and Future Models. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.87).
Rafie S, McIntosh J, Shealy K, Borgelt L, Forinash A, Shrader S, Koepf E, McClendon K, Griffin B, Horlen C, Karaoui L, Rowe E, Lodise N, Wigle P. Roles of the Pharmacist in the Use of Safe and Highly Effective Long-Acting Reversible Contraception: An Opinion of the Women’s Health Practice and Research Network of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. PRN Opinion Paper, Pharmacotherapy 2014; doi: 10.1002/phar.1457.
Ritchie DJ, Garavaglia-Wilson A. A review of intravenous minocycline for treatment of multidrug-resistant Acinetobacter infection. Clin Infect Dis. 2014;59:S374-80.
Simmons K, Griggs S, Player S. Analysis of STE(A)M-summer Curriculum of Minority High Schooler’s ACT Performance for Admissions to Pharmacy School. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014;78(5):Article 111 (p.90).
Stranges PM, Vouri SM, Bergfeld F, Crain M, Jindal N, Landrum M, Lindauer S, Mueller Z, Reich A, Thomas L. Pharmacy resident publication success: factors of success based on abstracts from a regional meeting. Pharmacotherapy. 2014;34(10):e192.
Vazquez-Guillamet C, Scolari M, Zilberberg MD, Shorr AF, Micek ST, Kollef M. Using the Number Needed to Treat to Assess Appropriate Antimicrobial Therapy as a Determinant of Outcome in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. Critical Care Med 2014;42:2342-49.
Vouri SM, Peters GL. Use of onabotulinumtoxinA for overactive bladder with concomitant warfarin. Consult Pharm. 2014;29(10):666.
Wenger PJ, Rottnek F, Crippen JS, Parker T. Assessment of hepatitis C risk factors and infection prevalence in a jail population. AJPH 2014; 104(9):1722-7.
Yancey A, Armbruster A, Tackett S. Sofosbuvir, a New Nucleotide Analogue, for the Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Infection. Journal of Pharmacy Technology 2014 (published online 9/15/14).
Ziegler M., Drew AM, Pitlick JM, Edwards M. Evaluation of a pharmacist-provided discharge counseling service on hospital readmission rates in the Mercy Hospital St. Louis Ambulatory Care Clinics. Pharmacotherapy 2014; 34(10): 75-76.