Pharmacy Practice and Science Department Highlights: October 2021

(October 1, 2021)

Publications

Hypertension, cholesterol and diabetes medication adherence, healthcare utilization and expenditure in a Medicare Supplemental sample.  Medicine (2021);100(35):e27143 PMID: 34477169

Association of multimorbidity on healthcare expenditures among older United States adults with pain. Journal of Aging and Health (2021);33(9):741-750.

Bypass Pharmacy Burnout: Changing Your Trajectory to Enhance Your Experience. Washington, DC: American Pharmacists Association; (2021)

Machine Learning for Prediction of Stable Warfarin Dose in US Latinos and Latin Americans. Front Pharmacol. 2021 [In Press]

  • Steiner, H.
  • Giles, J.
  • Patterson, H.
  • Feng, J.
  • Rouby, N.
  • Claudio, K.
  • Marcatto, L.
  • Tavares, L.
  • Galvez, J.
  • Calderon-Ospina, C.
  • Sun, X.
  • Hutz, M.
  • Scott, S.
  • Cavallari, L.
  • Fonseca, D.
  • Duconge, J.
  • Botton, M.
  • Santos, P.
  • Jason H. Karnes, PharmD, PhD, BCPS, FAHA

Same-day versus next-day pegfilgrastim or pegfilgrastim-cbqv in patients with lymphoma receiving CHOP-like chemotherapy. Future Oncology (2021);17:3485-3497

Survival trends in chronic lymphocytic leukemia across treatment eras: SEER database analyses (1985–2017) Annals of Hematology (2021);100:2501-2512.

Dealing with a Global Pandemic and Beyond: PharmCAT Family Well-being and Suicide Response Readiness. J Am Pharm Asso (2021) Aug;85(7):8739;763-764.


Presentations

Goldberg, A., Pham, T., Wei, D., Slack, M., Martin, J., Jeannie K Lee, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP, FASHP presented "Prevention of Memory Decline in Older Adults Using Leisure Activities: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis" Pharmacy Education 2021: American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting Virtual Poster Session in July 2021 and received Student Poster Honorable Mention.


Kudos

David Rhys Axon, PhD, MPharm, MS, MRPharmS was named Chair of the 2021-2022 AACP Social and Administrative Sciences (SAS) section Graduate Programs Committee.

Jeannie K Lee, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP, FASHP received the three following grants/contracts:

  • Improving Medication Adherence with Pharmacist and Community Health Worker Team (IMPaCT) to Reduce Disparities in Hypertension (1R01MD013734-01) in the amount of $2,745,779. To test the effectiveness of an innovative, tailored interprofessional care team Intervention – IMPaCT – derived from an existing pilot Medication Therapy Management (MTM) program.
  • Strengthening Eldercare Workforce through Rural and Underserved Nursing (SEW-RUN) in the amount of $ 416,863.00 (full), $ 26,582.00 (indirect), $ 390,281.00 (direct) To serve on the Interprofessional Advisory Council for the SEW-RUN project at the UA Health Sciences.
  • Community-based participatory research: Engaging older adults in their community pharmacies in the amount of $ 416,863.00 (full), $ 26,582.00 (indirect), $ 390,281.00 (direct) To develop and implement community-based participatory research to engage older adults in healthy aging through their community pharmacies.