Geriatrics, anticoagulation, transitions of care, teaching and learning
Dr. Stephanie Sibicky received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Rhode Island and completed a PGY1 residency at the Hospital of Saint Raphael in New Haven, CT. She has worked as a hospital, long-term care, and academic pharmacist and joined the faculty at Northeastern University in 2015. In 2019, she completed her master’s degree in education, with a focus on eLearning and Instructional Design. She is a Board-Certified Geriatric Pharmacist, Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, and Fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. Dr. Sibicky maintains a practice site at Brigham and Women’s Hospital covering a general medicine service where she precepts pharmacy students and residents. Dr. Sibicky is dedicated to enhancing pharmacy education in the areas of geriatrics, internal medicine, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Sibicky S, Pogge E, Bouwmeester C, Butterfoss K, Ulen K, Meyer K. Pharmacists’ Impact on Older Adults Transitioning To and From Patient Care Centers: A Scoping Review, Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2022 Sep 3: 8971900221125014. Online ahead of print.
Sibicky S, Carlson A. Enhancing Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences Though the Use of Web 2.0 Technologies, Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 2021 Dec;13(12):1690-1701.
Pogge E, Sibicky S, Campbell A. Evaluating prescribing practices of apixaban in the elderly. The Senior Care Pharmacist 2019 Sep 1;34(8):514-519.
Dempsey J, Gillis C, Sibicky S, Matta L, Medina D, MacRae C, Kirshenbaum J, Faxon D, Churchill W. Evaluation of a transitional care pharmacist intervention in a high risk cardiovascular patient population. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2018 Sep 1;75(17 Supplement 3):S63-71.
Min M, Sibicky S. Concerns for Bleeding In the Elderly with the Use of Direct Oral Anticoagulants. The Consultant Pharmacist 2018 May 1;33(5):262-267.
Comprehensive Disease Management 2-4
Principles of General Medicine