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School of Pharmacy Goes to Orlando, Florida…

The School of Pharmacy was well-represented at the 2017 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in Orlando, Florida, where the school hosted its annual “Alumni and Friends Reception.” As always, the event was a great opportunity for faculty, alumni, colleagues, students and friends, to meet and to share news about the institution they all know and love. Some lucky attendees walked away with a Northeastern gift from this year’s grand raffle.

Several Northeastern students from the School of Pharmacy attended and presented their research on a variety of topics. Below are some of the presenters along with their presentation titles:

Kendall Donohoe: Implementation and Efficacy of Electronic Medication Reconciliation: A Systematic Review

Clara Ting, James Schurr and Katelyn Sylvester: Time in the therapeutic range as a measure of anticoagulant control in patients treated with continuous unfractionated heparin 

Kelly Chia, Mitchell Tucci, Kimhouy Tong: Pharmacy leadership engagement among PharmD students: influence and barriers

Margaret Chuang, Midhi Madhavaiya, Rajvi Shah: Under prescribing of oral anticoagulant therapy in frail, elderly patients: A look into depression, cognitive impairment, and fall risk

Nicholas Brazaitis: Target trough attainment with a new vancomycin dosing nomogram for elderly patients

Sul Gi Chae: Depression in patients undergoing treatment for atrial fibrillation: Relation to 6-month clinical outcomes

Emily Chen: Time to antibiotic administration in the pediatric emergency department 

Sabrina Elkharmouty: Opioid Stewardship Quality Improvement Project for Acute Care Surgery Patients – Building Improvement Capability 

Andrew Giaquinto: Analysis of the long term stability of potassium nanosensor coated stents

Emily Hillel: Development of a combination antibiogram for empiric pseudomonal hospital-acquired or ventilator-associated pneumonia (HAP/VAP) treatment in the intensive care unit (ICU)

Kayla Joyal: Impact of ambulatory transplant pharmacy services on outcomes and readmissions in adult abdominal transplant recipients 

Audrey Kivlehan: Preventing falls in a high risk population: Evaluating the fall risk assessment tool (FRAT v2) in community-dwelling geriatric patients

Bianca Long-Fazio: Comprehensive review of CHA2DS2-VASc, ATRIA, and HAS-BLED risk scores and the implications for anticoagulant prescribing practice in the clinical setting

Francesca Mernick: Preliminary assessment of the use of ipilimumab, nivolumab, and pembrolizumab in patients with baseline autoimmune disease in a large healthcare network

Kevin Pao: Optimizing the stocking of non-formulary medications using a lean approach 

Amanda Roy: Impact of a drug shortage management strategy during intravenous sodium bicarbonate shortage on oncology patients receiving inpatient high-dose methotrexate

Lauren Skilton: Metabolic, Renal, Gastrointestinal, and Hematologic Adverse Events Reported with the Use of Instravenous Sedatives in the United States: An Eight-Year Analysis 

Catherine Smith: Effects of learning guides on pharmacy student perceptions of learning in a professional doctoral program 

Megan Trombi: Assessment of inpatient calcitonin duration of therapy and drug waste in management of patients presenting with hypercalcemia of malignancy

Naomi Wu and Stephanie Chang: Interdisciplinary collaboration to improve standardized hypertension management at Lynn Community Health Center 

 

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Date: 01 17, 2018 | Category: Alumni Newsletter Winter 2018 |


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