Jeannie Lee, PharmD, BCPS
College of Pharmacy, College of Medicine
Dr. Jeannie Lee is Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona (UA) College of Pharmacy with a cross-appointment in the College of Medicine. She is a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist and practices interprofessionally at the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, UA Medical Center - South Campus Wilmot Clinic, and UA Medical Center – Main Orange Grove Internal Medicine Clinic. She is also research associate and faculty of Arizona Center on Aging and one of the Interprofessional Geriatric Scholars in the Arizona Geriatric Education Center.
Dr. Lee served as Co-PI in “Demonstrating Pharmacists’ Impact as Team Member on Therapeutic, Safety, Humanistic, and Economic Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses” project, with primary results published in Medical Care and Journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in 2010. During her position at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., Dr. Lee conducted the Federal Study of Adherence to Medications in the Elderly (FAME) trial and published the findings in JAMA. She also participated in the (Arterial Biology in the Investigation of the Treatment Effects of Reducing Cholesterol) ARBITER-2 study with resulting publication in Circulation.
A graduate of the University of Georgia, College of Pharmacy, Dr. Lee completed residency training at the VA Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Her multiple honors include the U.S. Army Commander’s Award for Civilian Service, Ralph D. Arnold Army Pharmacy Research Award, Mel Liter Clinical Pharmacy Award, Association of Military Surgeons of United States’ Circle of Excellence Award, ASHP Foundation’s Pharmacy Practice Research Literature Awards and AACP/NCPA Innovative Adherence Educators Challenge Award. Dr. Lee is a selected member of the National Institute on Aging Health Disparities Resource Persons Network. She is a member of the UA Health Sciences Center’s Interprofessional Education and Practice (IPEP) Leadership Team and has been involved in interprofessional practice for over 12 years in geriatrics, internal medicine and cardiology.
Lee JK, Grace KA, Taylor AJ. Effect of a pharmacy care program on medication adherence and persistence, blood pressure, and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA. 2006;296(21):2563-2571. Epub 2006 Nov 13.
Lee JK, Grace KA, Taylor AJ. How Should We Measure Medication Adherence in Clinical Trials and Practice? Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management. 2007;3(4):685-690.
Lee JK, Grace KA, Taylor AJ. Ten Lessons Learned from Conducting an Adherence Intervention Trial. Patient Preference and Adherence. 2009;3:93-98.
Chisholm-Burns MA, Lee JK, Spivey C, et al. U.S. Pharmacists’ Effects as Team Members on Patient Care: Systematic Review and Meta-analyses. Medical Care. 2010 Oct;48(10):923-33. Epub 2010 Aug 30.
Chisholm-Burns MA, Graff Zivin JS, Lee JK, et al. Economic effects of pharmacists on health outcomes in the United States: A systematic review. Am J Health-Syst Pharm.2010; 67:1624-34.
Lee JK, Mendoza DM, Mohler J, Morris SJ. Geriatrics. In: Chisholm-Burns MA, Wells BG, Schwinghammer TL, et al, eds. Pharmacotherapy: principles and practice. 2nd ed. New York City: McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 2010:7-21.
Sheridan E,Lee JK.Defining the Model. In Kliethermes MA, Brown T, eds. Building a Successful Ambulatory Care Practice: A Complete Guide for Pharmacists, 1st ed. Bethesda: ASHP Press; 2011: 1-45.