Pharmacotherapy, internal medicine, infectious diseases, technology
Jason W. Lancaster is currently a Clinical Professor at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and maintains an active clinical practice site in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Lahey Health – Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington, Massachusetts. Jason earned his Doctor of Pharmacy in 2006, his Master in Education in 2012 from Northeastern University, and completed a one-year post-graduate residency program at Tufts Medical Center. In 2017 he was inducted as a Fellow for the American Colleges of Clinical Pharmacy and has held certification as a Pharmacotherapy Specialist since 2008.
Gallegos PJ, Hoffmaster BS, Howard ML, Lancaster JW, Pluckrose D, Smith BA, Tallian K, Van Matre ET, and Scott JD. Remote experiential education: A silver lining from the COVID-19 pandemic. J Am Coll Clin Pharm.2021;**(**):1–4. doi10.1002/jac5.1572
McAullife L, O’Gara E, Liesching T, Balaguera H, Lancaster JW. Impact of antibiotic choice on readmission in adults experiencing an acute chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbations. AmericanJournalofHealth-SystemPharmacy, 2020, zxaa317,
Gonyeau MJ, DivallM, Conley MP, and Lancaster JW. Integration of the JCPP Process into a Comprehensive Disease Management Course Series. American Journal of Pharmacy Education.2017. Article AJPE 6311, E-published 10/27/2017.
McAuliffe L, O’Gara E, Balaguera H, Lei Y, Mitchell L, and Lancaster JW. Evaluation of Antibiotic Management in the Reduction of Recurrent Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Exacerbations. Journal of Academic Hospital Medicine. 2016;8(2).
Lancaster JW, Mahoney MV, Mandal S, Lawrence KR. Update on treatment options for gonococcal infections. Pharmacotherapy. 2015; 35(9):856-868.