Emily M. Hawes

UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy , USA
Lecture Title: 
“Pharmacy practice: “Responsibilities and roles for pharmacists in health-systems Pharmacy education and practice in the US Pharmacy practice in US health-systems Clinical pharmacy practice in US health-systems”

EDUCATION

Email: emily_hawes@med.unc.edu Phone (574) 948-1447

2011-2012 PGY-2 Pharmacotherapy Specialty Residency
University of North Carolina (UNC) Hospitals and Clinics, Chapel Hill, NC

2010-2011 PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency
UNC Hospitals and Clinics, Chapel Hill, NC

2006-2010 Doctor of Pharmacy, Graduated with Honors, Summa Cum Laude
Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy, Birmingham, AL

2002-2006 Bachelor of Science in Education, Graduated with Honors, Summa Cum Laude
Samford University, Birmingham, AL

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Dec 2016 – present Adjunct Associate Professor
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Chapel Hill, NC

Oct 2016 – present Adjunct Associate Professor
UNC School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC

May 2017 – Nov 2017 Visiting Professor
Hacettepe Üniversitesi Faculty of Pharmacy, Ankara, Turkey

July 2015 – Nov 2016 Residency Program Director
Combined PGY1/PGY2 Pharmacotherapy Residency Program UNC Medical Center, Department of Pharmacy, Chapel Hill, NC

August 2012 – Oct 2016 Clinical Pharmacy Specialist & Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner
UNC Medical Center, Department of Pharmacy
UNC Family Medicine Center, Chapel Hill, NC (2012-2016) McCreary Cancer Center, Lenoir, NC (2015-2016)

Oct 2015 – Sept 2016 Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner
Greenway Medical Associates, Boone, NC

Dec 2014 – Sept 2016 Community Clinical Pharmacist
Boone Drug & Healthcare Inc, Boone, NC

Oct 2013 – Oct 2016 Clinical Assistant Professor
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Chapel Hill, NC

August 2012 – Oct 2016 Clinical Assistant Professor
UNC School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC

July 2010 – June 2012 Clinical Instructor
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Chapel Hill, NC

June 2010 – June 2012 Decentralized Hospital Clinical Pharmacist
UNC Hospitals and Clinics, Chapel Hill, NC

June 2010 – June 2011 IV Room Pharmacist
UNC Hospitals and Clinics, Chapel Hill, NC

August 2007 – February 2010 Community Pharmacy Intern
Publix Pharmacy, Birmingham, AL

LICENSURE
• North Carolina Pharmacist License #21190, July 2010 – present
• Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner, North Carolina Medical Board, 2011 – 2016

CERTIFICATIONS
• Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, September 2012
• Advanced Cardiac Life Support, May 2012 - May 2014
• Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, Board of Pharmacy Specialties, December 2011 - present
• Teaching Certificate, University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy, June 2011
• Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS), June 2010 - present
• Leadership Training Series Certificate, American Pharmacists Association (APhA), February 2010
• Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Certificate, APhA, November 2008

HONORS & AWARDS
• Recipient of the ASHP Best Practices Award in Health-System Pharmacy, Oct 2014
• Recipient of the Mylan Institute of Pharmacy Excellence in Pharmacy Award, May 2010
• Recipient of the McWhorter School of Pharmacy Dean’s Award, May 2010
• Recipient of the Joseph O. Dean Professionalism Award, Alabama Pharmacists Association, Feb 2010
• Induction into Rho Chi Academic Honor Society, April 2008
• Induction into Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmaceutical Leadership Society, April 2008
• Winner of the local APhA-ASP Patient Counseling Competition, Nov 2007
• Recipient of the Samford University Service Award, May 2006
• Recipient of the Samford University Hypatia Cup Award, May 2006
• Recipient of the Solon B. Sudduth Award for leadership, academics, & service, May 2006
• Induction into Phi Kappa Phi National Academic Honor Society, March 2004
• Induction into The Hypatia Honor Society for Outstanding Women, March 2004
• Induction into Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society, Feb 2004

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Refereed Articles (*corresponding author)

*Hawes EM, Pinelli NR, Sanders KA, Lipshutz AM, Tong G, Sievers LS, Chao S, Gwynne M.
Post-Hospital Discharge Care: A Retrospective Cohort Study Exploring the Value of Pharmacist-Enhanced Care and Describing Medication-Related Problems. N C Med J. 2018 Jan-Feb;79(1):4-13. doi: 10.18043/ncm.79.1.4.

Page CP, Fitzgerald B, Hawes EM. Latent autoimmune diabetes of adulthood: case report. Clin Diabetes Endocrinol. 2017 Nov 28;3:11. doi: 10.1186/s40842-017-0049-9. eCollection 2017.

*Hawes EM, Smith JN, Pinelli N, Adams R, Tong G, Weir S, Gwynne M. Accountable care in transitions (ACTion): A multidisciplinary approach to outpatient-based transitional care. J Pharm Practice. 2017 Jan 1:897190017707118. doi: 10.1177/0897190017707118. [Epub ahead of print]

Howard M, Lipshutz A, Roess B, Hawes E, Deyo Z, Burkhart J, Moll S, Shilliday B. Identification of Risk Factors for Inappropriate and Suboptimal Initiation of Direct Oral Anticoagulants. J Thromb Thrombolysis. 2017 Feb;43(2):149-156.

Viera AJ, Hawes EM. Management of mild hypertension in adults. BMJ. 2016 Nov 21; 355:i5719.

Hawes EM, Misita C, Burkhart JI, McKnight L, Deyo ZM, Lee RA, Howard C, Eckel SF. Prescribing pharmacists in the ambulatory care setting: Experience at the University of North Carolina Medical Center. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2016 Sep 15;73(18):1425-1433.

Lipshutz AM, *Hawes EM. Probable glucometer interference caused by topical iodine solution test site preparation. J Clin Pharm Ther. 2016 Oct;41(5):583-5.

Hawes EM, Wehby J, Mounsey A. What next when metformin isn't enough for type 2 diabetes? J Fam Pract.
2016 February;65(2):85-89.

Letertre LR, Gudmundsdottir BR, Francis CW, Gosselin RC, Skeppsholm M, Malmstrom R, Moll S, Hawes E, Francart SJ, Onundarson PT. A single test to assay warfarin, dabigatran, rivaroxaban, apixaban, unfractionated heparin and enoxaparin. J Thromb Haemost. 2016 May;14(5):1043-53.

Shah S, McLaughlin JE, Eckel SF, Mangun J, Hawes E. Evaluating the Quality of Competency Assessment in Pharmacy: A Framework for Workplace Learning. Pharmacy. 2016 Jan 19;4(1):4.

Hawes EM, Tong G. Implementing evidence-based guidelines: The role of ambulatory care pharmacists. N C Med J. 2015 Sep-Oct;76(4):247-50.

Simon J, Hawes E, Deyo Z, Bryant Shilliday B. Evaluation of prescribing and patient use of target-specific oral anticoagulants in the outpatient setting. J Clin Pharm Ther. 2015 May 30. doi: 10.1111/jcpt.12296. [Epub ahead of print]

Gosselin RC, Francart SF, Hawes EM, Moll S, Dager WE, Adcock DM. Heparin-Calibrated Chromogenic Anti-Xa Activity Measurements in Patients Receiving Rivaroxaban: Can This Test Be Used to Quantify Drug Level? Ann Pharmacother. 2015 Jul;49(7):777-783.

Smith JN, Negrelli JM, Manek MB, Hawes EM, Viera AJ. Diagnosis and management of acute coronary syndrome: an evidence-based update. J Am Board Fam Med. 2015;28(2):283-293.

Gosselin RC, Adcock D, Hawes EM, Francart SJ, Grant RP, Moll S. Evaluating the use of commercial drug- specific calibrators for determining PT and APTT reagent sensitivity to dabigatran and rivaroxaban. Thromb Haemost. 2015 Jan 8;113(1):77-84.

Gosselin RC, Funk DM, Taylor JM, Francart SJ, Hawes EM, Friedman KD, Moll S. Comparison of anti-Xa and dilute Russell viper venom time assays in quantifying drug levels in patients on therapeutic doses of rivaroxaban. Arch Pathol Lab Med. 2014 Dec;138(12):1680-1684.

Kim H, Hughes PJ, Hawes EM. Adverse events associated with metal contamination of traditional chinese medicines in Korea: a clinical review. Yonsei Med J. 2014 Sep 1;55(5):1177-1186.

Woodward CJ, Deyo ZM, Donahue K, Deal A, *Hawes EM. Clinically relevant interaction between warfarin and scuppernongs, a quercetin containing muscadine grape: continued questions surrounding flavonoid- induced warfarin interactions. BMJ Case Rep. 2014 Jun 25;2014. pii: bcr2013009608.

Francart SF, Hawes EM, Deal AM, Adcock DM, Gosselin R, Jeanneret C, Friedman KD, Moll S. Performance of coagulation tests in patients on therapeutic doses of rivaroxaban. A cross-sectional pharmacodynamic study based on peak and trough plasma levels. Thromb Haemost. 2014 Jun;111(6):1133-1140.

Gosselin R, Hawes EM, Moll S, Funk D. Performance of various laboratory assays in the measurement of dabigatran in patients receiving therapeutic doses: a prospective study based on peak and trough plasma levels. Am J Clin Pathol. 2014 Feb;141(2):262-267.

*Hawes EM, Maxwell W, Mangun J, Lin FC, White SF. Impact of an outpatient pharmacist intervention on medication discrepancies and health care resource utilization in posthospitalization care transitions. J Prim Care Community Health. 2014 Jan 1;5(1):14-18.

Page C, *Hawes EM. Haemolytic anaemia after ingestion of Neem (Azadirachta indica) tea. BMJ Case Rep. 2013 Oct; pii: bcr2013200890.

*Hawes EM, Deal A, Funk D, Gosselin R, Jeanneret C, Cook AM, Taylor JM, Whinna H, Winkler AM, Moll S. Performance of coagulation tests in patients on therapeutic doses of dabigatran: Cross-sectional study based on peak and trough plasma levels. J Thromb Haemost. 2013 Aug; 11(8):1493-1502.

Murray B, Hawes E, Lee RA, Watson R, Roederer MW. Genes and beans: pharmacogenomics of renal transplant. Pharmacogenomics. 2013 May;14(7):769-781.

In-press Refereed Articles

*Hawes EM, Lambert E, Reid A, Tong G, Gwynne M. Implementation and Evaluation of a Novel Pharmacist-led Electronic Visit Program for Chronic Disease Management. Am J Health Syst Pharm. In Press.

*Hawes EM, Pinelli N, Sanders K, Sievers L, Tong G, Lipshutz A, Chao S, Gwynne M. Post-hospital discharge care: a retrospective cohort study exploring the impact of pharmacist-enhanced care and describing medication-related problems. N C Med J. In Press.

Roess B, *Hawes EM. Left Ventricular Thrombus in Setting of Inappropriate Storage of Dabigatran: A Case Report. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Submitted.

Refereed Abstracts and Poster Presentations

Tecen K, Kara E, Ecemis S, Aras E, Ozdemir N, Bayraktar-Ekincioglu A, Hawes EM, Demirkan K. Are physicians confused in the management of dyslipidemia? Presented at the 46th European Society of Clinical Pharmacy Symposium on Clinical Pharmacy. Heidelberg, Germany. October 2017.

Surmelioglu N, Kelleci B, Yalcin N, Hawes EM, Bayraktar-Ekincioglu A, Demirkan K. Comparison of Electronic Information Sources Regarding Dose Adjustments in Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy. Presented at the 46th European Society of Clinical Pharmacy Symposium on Clinical Pharmacy. Heidelberg, Germany. October 2017.

Lambert E, Gwynne M, Reid A, Hawes EM. Evaluation of the impact of a pharmacist-led electronic visit program for diabetes and anticoagulation management. Presented at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting. Hollywood, FL. October 2016.

Sanders KA, Hawes EM, Lipshutz AM, Tong G, Sievers L, Gwynne M, Chao S, Pinelli N. Medication- related problems identified during pharmacist hospital discharge clinic visits. Presented at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual meeting. San Francisco, CA. October 2015.

Howard M, Lipshutz A, Roess B, Hawes EM, Deyo Z, Burkhart J, Bryant BS. Identification of Risk Factors for Inappropriate Prescribing and Use of Target Specific Oral Anticoagulants. Presented at Anticoagulation Forum. Washington, DC. April 2015.

Gwynne M, Hawes EM, Adams R, Prentice A, Smith J, Tong G, Barnhouse K. ACTion: Accountable Care in Transitions – an interdisciplinary outpatient-based approach to preventing re-admissions. Presented UNC Commitment to Caring Quality Exposition. Chapel Hill, NC. October 2014. [First place winner]

Neutze D, Hawes EM, Reddy V, Meath T. Impact of an Intra-Clinic Competition to Promote Quality Improvement of Diabetic Care. Presented 47th Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference. San Antonio, Texas. May 2014

Simon J, Hawes EM, Deyo Z, Shilliday-Bryant B. Evaluation of target-specific oral anticoagulant use in ambulatory patients [abstract 145]. Am J Hematol. 2014 May;89(6):E70. Presented Thrombosis and Hemostasis Summit of North America. Chicago, IL. April 2014.

Francart F, Hawes EM, Deal A, Funk-Adcock D, Gosselin R, Jeanneret C, Moll S. A Prospective Pharmacodynamic Study Evaluating Peak and Trough Coagulation Test Results in Patients on Therapeutic Doses of Rivaroxaban [abstract C3]. J Thromb Thrombolysis. 2013 Apr;35(3):405. Presented Anticoagulation Forum. Phoenix, AZ. May 2013.

Hawes EM, Miller A, Deal A, R Gosselin, D Adcock-Funk, Whinna H, Moll S. A prospective pharmacodynamic study of dabigatran using peak and trough coagulation test results in patients on therapeutic doses of dabigatran [abstract D16]. Am J Hematol. 2012 May;87(suppl)1:S180. Presented Thrombosis and Hemostasis Summit of North America. Chicago, IL. May 2012.

Other Abstracts and Poster Presentations [non-refereed]

Howard M, Hawes EM, Deyo Z, Bryant-Shilliday B. The Feasibility of Telephone Follow-up to Assess Patient Safety and Adherence to Target Specific Oral Anticoagulants. Presented American Society of Health- System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting. Las Vegas, NC. December 2014.

Smith JN, Hawes EM, Gwynne M, Adams R, Tong G, Pinelli N. Accountable care in transitions (ACTion): evaluation of an interdisciplinary care transitions program. Presented UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Research Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. May 2014.

Woods AM, Samford LK, Tong G, Hawes EM. Effect of pharmacist intervention on healthcare resource utilization during interdisciplinary clinic visit after hospital discharge. Presented American Society of Health- System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. December 2012.

Hawes EM, Patel N, Oertel MA. Evaluating the use of epoetin alfa in adult inpatients at an academic institution. Poster presentation. Presented University Health System Consortium. Anaheim, CA. December 2010.

Other Articles [non-refereed]

Hawes EM. Use of Target-Specific Oral Anticoagulants for Venous Thromboembolism. Pharmacy Times. Health System Edition. Skin and Eye Health edition. May 2015.

Sievers LS, Smith J, Hawes EM. Chronic weight management: new medications. Pharmacy Times. May 2013.

Hawes EM. Being on blood thinners: how do I know that I am bleeding? August 2011. Published online at: http://clotconnect.wordpress.com.

Hawes EM. Hughes PJ. IV to PO Conversion Program Demographics. CLIPs- Current Literature and Information for Pharmacists. May 24, 2010;14(issue18):1-2.

Hawes EM. Boyett EE. Some not so ‘atopicals’ for atopic dermatitis. Children’s Health System Newsletter. April 2009.

Hawes EM. Williams Memorial Fund Scholarship provides opportunity to learn, be inspired. Student Pharmacist. 2009;5(3):22.

Hawes EM. Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy student matters. Alabama Pharmacy. 2009;(Spring):41.

Book Chapters
Hawes EM. Medication Management and Treatment Adherence. Chronic Illness Care: Principles and Practice. Springer. ISBN:978-3-319-71811-8. 10.1007/978-3-319-71812-5_14
Hawes EM. Viera AJ. Updates in Anticoagulation. FP Essent. 2014 Jul;422:11-39. Reviewer
The Journal of Family Practice
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy Journal of Pharmacy Practice
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine Annals of Hematology
BMJ Case Reports Thrombosis Research Annals of Family Medicine
Canadian Medical Association Journal
The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety

TEACHING RECORD
Eshelman School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

Grant Writer
Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education (Fall 2017)

Case Note Writer & Grader
Integrative Pharmacotherapy I, PHCY 631 (Spring 2017)

Teaching Assistant
Pharmacy Practice Management, PHCY 434 (Spring 2012) Pharmaceutical Care Lab, PHCY 403 (Fall 2010) Pharmaceutical Care Lab, PHCY 404 (Spring 2011)

Pharmaceutical Care Lab, PHCY 405 (Fall 2011) Honors Research Project Advisor, 2013 – 2016
Practice Advancement Postdoctoral Fellow Longitudinal Preceptor, 2014-2015 Student Clerkship Preceptor, 2013 – 2016
Student Shadowing Preceptor, 2012 – 2016

Carolina Association of Pharmacy Students Professional Network, APhA-ASP New Practitioner Mentor 2012 - 2015 and Volunteer Preceptor 2011- 2016

Didactic Teaching
Case Four (Feb, April 2018). 2 hour integrative discussion regarding hypothyroidism, anticoagulation, and pregnancy. PHCY 631Integrative Pharmacotherapy I.

Gout Management (Jan 2017, Aug 2016, 2014). 2 hour lecture to third year professional pharmacy students in PACE 803 Ambulatory Care Elective.

Pharmacokinetics in Pregnancy & Lactation (Oct 2016). 2 hour case-based lecture to 2nd year pharmacy students in PCHY 611 Applied Clinical Pharmacology.

Venous Thromboembolism (Oct 2016, Nov 2015, Sept 2014, Nov 2013). 2 hour case-based lecture to third year pharmacy students in DPET 802 Acute Care Elective.

Pharmacokinetics in Obesity (April 2016, 2015). 1 hour case-based lecture to second year pharmacy students in PHCY 414 Clinical Pharmacokinetics Course.

Transitions of Care (April 2016, 2015, Nov 2014, Nov 2013). 2 hour case-based lecture to third year pharmacy students in PACE 803 Ambulatory Care Elective.
Pharmacokinetics in Pregnancy and Lactation (April 2016, 2015, 2013 & 2011). 1 hour case-based lecture to second year pharmacy students in PHCY 414 Clinical Pharmacokinetics Course.

Patient counseling (Jan 2014). 1 hour lecture to first, second, and third year professional pharmacy students.

From Student to Pharmacist: Prescription for Success (April 2013). 1 hour lecture to third year professional pharmacy students.

Eating Disorders (March 2012). 1 hour lecture to second year pharmacy students in PHCY 446 Psychiatry/Neurology Pharmacotherapy Module.

Osteoporosis (October 2011). 2 hour lecture to second year pharmacy students in PHCY 443 Pharmacotherapy Module II.

Ankara University School of Pharmacy
Ankara, Turkey

Lecture
Evidence-based Dyslipidemia Management (Nov 2017). 1 hour lecture to pharmacy students in the Pharmacology course.

School of Medicine Department of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

Lectures
Acute and Chronic Gout Management (Sept 2016). 2 hour lecture to physician assistant students in PASC 731 Pharmacology and Therapeutics III.

Contraception (Sept 2016). Coordinated pharmacist teaching of medical students in MTEC 111 Patient Centered Care Course 1.

Evidence-based Anticoagulation (Sept 2016 & 2015). 1.5 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Overview of Pharmacy Resources (Sept 2016, 2015; Aug 2014, 2013). 1 hour active-learning session to PGY-
1 Physician Residents.

Management of Diabetes (Sept 2016; Aug 2015; Sept 2014, 2013). 3 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Insulin (Aug 2016). Coordinated pharmacist teaching of medical students in Patient Centered Care Course 1 (MTEC 111).

The Ins and Outs of Insulin (Sept 2015). 1 hour active-learning session to medical students and PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

The CAT in the All HAT: First line treatment of hypertension (Aug 2015). 1 hour active-learning session to medical students and PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Management of Chronic Pain (Aug 2015, 2014, 2013). 2.5 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist and basal insulin combination treatment for the management of type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Priority Updates from the Research Literature from the Family Physicians Inquiries Network (Dec 2014). 30 minute teaching session to faculty.

Psychopharmacology of Anxiety Disorders (Nov 2014). 1 hour active-learning session to medical students and PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Pharmacotherapy of Hypertension (Aug 2014 & Sept 2013). 1 hour active-learning lecture to third year medical students.

New Models of Care (Sept 2014). 4 hour active-learning session to social work students, pharmacy residents, and PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Geriatric Medicine. (Sept 2014). 2 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

The Nuts and Bolts of Performing Effective Medication Reviews (Aug 2014). 1 hour active-learning session to the clinic nurses, certified medical assistants, and certified nurse assistants.

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Outpatient-Based Transitions of Care (July 2014). 1 hour active-learning session to medical students and PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Drug Information Resources (June 2014). 1 hour active-learning session to third year medical students.

Type 2 Diabetes Pharmacy Pearls (Feb 2014). 2 hour active-learning session to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Hypertension Prescribing Pearls (Jan 2014). 1 hour active-learning session to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Managing Office Emergencies (Sept 2013). 2 hour active-learning interdisciplinary session to medical students and PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Drug-Induced Adverse Dermatologic Reactions (Sept 2013). 1 hour active-learning lecture to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents and 3rd and 4th year medical students.

Management of Congestive Heart Failure (Aug 2014 & 2013). 3 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Management of Headaches (Aug 2014 & 2013). 1.5 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Management of Depression (Aug 2014 & 2013). 3 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Management of Hypertension (Aug 2014 & 2013). 3 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Overview of Common Over-the-counter Medications (Aug 2013). 1 hour active-learning session to PGY-1 Physician Residents.

Psychopharmacology of Depression: Beyond the Basics (April 2013). 1 hour case-based, active learning lecture to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Medication Use in Older Adults (March 2013). 1 hour case-based, active learning lecture to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Evidenced-based medicine: Oral Rivaroxaban for the Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism (Jan 2013). 1 hour case-based, active learning lecture to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Management of Chronic Non-cancer Pain: Focus on Opiates (Oct 2012). 1 hour case-based, active learning lecture to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.
Quality Improvement (monthly).1 hour active-learning session to PGY-1, 2, and 3 Physician Residents.

Preceptor
Provide point-of-care teaching to physician residents and medical students

Pharmacy Residency Program, University of North Carolina Hospitals and Clinics
Chapel Hill, NC

Residency Program Director, 2015 – 2016

PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Specialty Residency Longitudinal Preceptor, 2015 – 2016 PGY-2 Pharmacotherapy Specialty Residency Longitudinal Preceptor, 2013 – 2016

Residency (PGY1 and PGY2) Preceptor, 2012 – 2016 Research (PGY1 and PGY2) Faculty Advisor, 2012 – 2017 Residency (PGY1 and PGY2) Mentor, 2012 – 2014 Presentation Advisor, 2013 – 2016
Lectures
Aspects of Professionalism (September 2013 & 2014). UNC Medical Center Department of Pharmacy Leadership and Professional Development Series. 1 hour didactic session to 4th pharmacy students.
A prospective pharmacodynamic study of dabigatran using peak and trough coagulation test results in patients on therapeutic doses of dabigatran (June 2012). 1 hour lecture to benign hematologists and fellows.

Gout Management (April 2012). 1.5 hour case-based active learning lecture to pharmacy residents and 4th year pharmacy students.

Update on Community Acquired Pneumonia (March 2012). 30 minute lecture to physician residents and pharmacy students and residents.

Use of Testosterone in the Geriatric Population (February 2012). 30 minute lecture to geriatric fellows.

Use of Insulin in Type 2 Diabetes (October 2011). 1.5 hour case-based active learning lecture to pharmacy residents and students.

Grand Rounds Presentations Hansen’s Disease (April 2011).
Tenofovir for HIV Prevention (October 2010).

Surgical Physician Assistant Program, UAB School of Health Professions
Birmingham, AL

Lecture
Introduction to Pharmacokinetics (January 2010). 1 hour lecture to graduate students. PA 603 Pharmacology I Course.

School of Pharmacy, Samford University
Birmingham, AL

Teaching Assistant
Pediatric Pharmacotherapy Course, PHRD 528 (Fall 2009)

Lectures
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (August 2009). 1 hour lecture to third year pharmacy students in PHRD 521 Therapeutics I Course

Respiratory Distress Syndrome (August 2009). 1 hour lecture to third year pharmacy students in PHRD 528 Pediatric Pharmacotherapy Course

An Overview of McWhorter School of Pharmacy Organizations (August 2009). Presented to pharmacy students during school orientation.

A Student’s Perspective of McWhorter School of Pharmacy (October 2008). Updated the Advisory Board on various student endeavors.

Department of Pharmacy, Cipto Hospital (Jakarta, Indonesia) Sanglah Hospital (Denpasar) Bethesda Hospital (Yogyakarta)
School of Pharmacy, Airlangga University (Surabaya) University of Sanata Dharma (Yogyakarta)

Lectures (June – July 2009)
The Clinical Use of Laboratory Data. 1 hour lecture to hospital pharmacists.
Patient-Centered Healthcare. 1 hour lecture to 300 pharmacy technician students & faculty. Reflections on Cipto Hospital. Presented to the Board of Directors and hospital administrators. Pharmacy Interventions at Cipto Hospital. 1 hour lecture to hospital pharmacists.
Workshop on Patient Counseling. 6 hour interactive workshop to community and hospital pharmacists. The Pharmaceutical Care Practitioner. 1 hour lecture to hospital pharmacists.
Seminar on Communication Skills for Pharmacists. 1 hour lecture to local pharmacists, pharmacy students, and faculty.
Communication Skills for Pharmacists. 2 hour interactive learning session for pharmacists.
Clinical Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Education in the United States. 1 hour lecture to students & faculty.

Continuing Education Programs

Updates on Immunizations (December 2015). The 18th Annual Procrastinator’s Marathon: Appropriately Covering the Evolving World of Infectious Disease Management. Charlotte, NC.

Evidence-based Treatment of Common Infections in Primary Care (December 2015). The 18th Annual Procrastinator’s Marathon: Appropriately Covering the Evolving World of Infectious Disease Management. Charlotte, NC.

Transitions of Care from Hospital to Home: A Focus on Skilled Nursing Facilities/Assisted Living Facilities (March 2015). North Carolina Association of Pharmacists Chronic Care Practice Forum. Greensboro, NC.

Medication Management of Gout (Jan 2015). American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Grand Rounds Webcast. Chapel Hill, NC.

Anticoagulation Management for Cardiac Disease (Nov 2014). 7th Annual Venous Thromboembolism & Anticoagulation Therapy Conference. Charlotte, NC.

Antimicrobial Therapy for Common Primary Care Conditions (Dec 2013). Pharmacology Update 2013 for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses. UNC Nursing Center for Lifelong Learning. Chapel Hill, NC

What’s DA BIG Deal? Update on the use of the dabigatran in clinical practice. (Feb 2012) Wake Area Health Education Center, Raleigh, NC. (Dec 2011) UNC Hospitals and Clinics. Chapel Hill, NC.

Update on the Management & Treatment of Chronic Gout (April 2011). Chapel Hill, NC. Pharmacotherapy of Common Dermatoses (Sept 2009). McWhorter School of Pharmacy. Birmingham, AL. Select Presentations

International
Pharmacist Involvement in Multidisciplinary Transitions of Care (Nov 2017). International Meeting on Education and Research in Health Sciences. Istanbul, Turkey.

National

Medical Home: Models of Practice and Billing and Payment (February 2018). The American Society of Health- System Pharmacy Medical Home Traineeship Webinar.

Principles of Quality Improvement and Practice-based research (March 2017 & April 2016). The American Society of Health-System Pharmacy Medical Home Traineeship Webinar.

Performance of Coagulation Tests in Patients on Therapeutic Doses of Rivaroxaban: A Cross-Sectional Pharmacodynamic Study Based on Peak and Trough Plasma Levels (Oct 2013). Cardiology PRN at American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting. Albuquerque, NM.

Improving Care and Quality in ACOs and Other Emerging Payment and Practice Models: A Focus on Anticoagulation (Aug 2013). The American Journal of Managed Care and Pharmacy Times Webinar.

Building a Patient Care Project from the Ground Up (April 2009). APhA-ASP Patient Care Project Chair Workshop. American Pharmacists Association Annual Exposition and Convention. San Antonio, Texas.

Regional/Local

Care Transitions: The Role and Impact of Pharmacy (Oct 2015). UNC Medical Center Clinical Practice Team. Chapel Hill, NC.

If Uric Askin’ ‘Bout Gout…Medication Management of Gout (May 2015). UNC Family Medicine Grand Rounds. Chapel Hill, NC.

A Tale of Two Teams: Interdisciplinary Outpatient Approaches to Improving Transitions of Care (Jan 2015). North Carolina Alliance for Effective Care Transitions. Raleigh, NC.

Ambulatory Pharmacy Efforts (Sept 2014). UNC Improving Transitions of Care Champion Retreat. Chapel Hill, NC.

Transitions of Care: Two Pharmacy Led Outpatient Initiatives (July 2014). UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Seminar. Chapel Hill, NC.

Going for the Gold: The Diabetic Foot Exam Competition (Dec 2013). Regional Family Medicine I3 Collaborative Webinar.

Accountable Care in Transitions (April 2013). Regional Family Medicine I3 Collaborative Meeting. Charlotte, NC.
White Coat Ceremony Key Note Speaker (Oct 2012). Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy. Birmingham, AL.

Effect of pharmacist intervention on medication use and healthcare resource (April 2011). Southeastern Residency Conference. Athens, GA.

Reflections on Relationships & Community (May 2010). Samford University Baccalaureate Graduation Service. Birmingham, AL.

Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy 2007-2008 Update (June 2008). Alabama Pharmacists Association Annual Convention. Biloxi, Mississippi.

Impact of a childhood obesity intervention in the Birmingham area (May 2006). University Research Showcase. Birmingham, AL.

MEDIA
Pearls from a Pharmacist (January 2015). YOUR HEALTH® on WCHL 97.9FM. Chapel Hill, NC
Know your pharmacist. Know your medicine (October 2009). Good Day Alabama on Fox. Birmingham, AL.

GRANTS/SPECIAL AWARDS
Title: A Turkey-US Collaboration to Evaluate and Improve the Accuracy and Precision of Chemotherapy Preparations with a Simple and Affordable Medical Device
Source: NIH R01
Date Submitted: Oct 2017 Role: Key Investigator Amount: $200,000

Title: A New Innovative, Intensive Training Course: Advanced Geriatrics Evaluation Skills (AGES) Source: NC AHEC Innovation Grant
Date Awarded: May 2016 Role: Co-investigator Amount: $50,000

American Society in Health-System Pharmacy Best Practices Award
Title: Advancing Pharmacy Practice Through an Innovative Ambulatory Care Transitions Program Authors: Cavanaugh JJ, Hawes EM, Pinelli NR, Eckel S, Pignone M, Gwynne M, Daniels R. Institution: UNC Health Care
Date Awarded: October 2014

Title: Comparative Effectiveness of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring vs Usual Care for Diagnosing and Managing Hypertension: A Pilot Study
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier – NCT02121041
Source: North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute Date Awarded: April 2014
Role: Co-investigator Amount: $50,000

Title: A Prospective Pharmacodynamic Study Evaluating Peak and Trough Coagulation Test Results in Patients on Therapeutic Doses of Rivaroxaban.
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier – NCT01588327 Type: research grant
Source: American College of Clinical Pharmacy Cardiology Practice and Research Network Date Awarded: October 2012
Role: Faculty Advisor, Principal Investigator Amount: $5,000

Title: Effect of Pharmacist Intervention on Medication Use and Healthcare Resource Utilization at Transitions of Care

Type: research grant
Source: American College of Clinical Pharmacy Ambulatory Care Practice and Research Network. Date awarded: October 2009
Role: Principal Investigator Amount: $750 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Committees
UNC Medical Center Department of Pharmacy
-Anticoagulation Competency Assessment Committee (2016)
-Student & Resident Advisory Committee (2015 – 2016)
-Residency Research Committee (2013 – 2014)
-Medicine Care Transitions Task Force (2013 – 2014)
-Residency Progression Committee (2012 – 2014)
-UNC Partnership in Patient Care Ambulatory Care Committee (2011 – 2012)
-UNC Partnership in Patient Care Discharge Counseling Sub-Committee (2011 – 2012)
-Partnership in Patient Care, Education Committee (2010 – 2011)

UNC Department of Family Medicine
-Controlled Medication Advisory Board (CMAB), Member (2015 – 2016)
-Hypertension Research Program, Member (2013 – 2016)
-Accountable Care in Transitions Committee, Member (2013 – 2016)
-Patient-Centered Medical Home Certification Subcommittee, Member (2014)
-Family Medicine Center Steering Committee, Member (2014 – 2015)
-EPIC Optimization Express Workout, Member (July 2014)
-Transitions of Care Hospital Follow Up Scheduling Express Workout, Member (July 2014)
-Clinical Systems Improvement Committee, Leader (2013 – 2015)
• Oversee patient-centered medical home (PCMH), meaningful use, physician quality reporting system (PQRS), healthcare effectiveness data and information set (HEDIS), & other quality improvement initiatives.
-Regional I3 Collaborative, Clinical Quality Thread Department Team Leader (2013 – 2014)
-Primary Care Improvement Collaborative, Member (2013 – 2014)

Professional Societies
2011 – Present American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy 2010 – Present North Carolina Association of Pharmacists 2009 – Present American College of Clinical Pharmacy
• Global Health PRN Member Engagement Committee, 2016 - present
• Ambulatory Care PRN Research Process Committee, Grant Reviewer 2016 - 2017
• Ambulatory Care PRN Research and Scholarship Committee, Member and
Grant Reviewer 2011-2012, 2013-2014
• Cardiology PRN, Member 2011- present 2009 – Present American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
• Patient-Centered Medical Home Traineeship faculty, 2014 - present
• ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting 2011 - Pharmacotherapy in the New Ambulatory Care Environment Large Group Discussion Facilitator
2006 – Present American Pharmacists Association
• New Practitioner Mentor 2012 – 2014
2006 – 2010 International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation
2006 – 2010 Alabama Pharmacists Association

Selected Community Service
2010 – Present McWhorter School of Pharmacy Advisory Board, Member
2008 – Present Samford University Alumni Council, Class Agent
2012 – 2014 Rex Rehab, Volunteer
2010 – 2013 Student Health Action Coalition Clinic, Volunteer Preceptor
2010 – 2012 InterFaith Council (IFC) Clinic, Volunteer Preceptor
2009 Woodlawn Health Fair, Coordinator
2008 – 2009 Alabama Pharmacists Association Legislative Day, Coordinator 2008 – 2009 Samford University Homecoming Health Fair, Founder & Director 2007 – 2008 Southern Women’s Show Health Fair, Coordinator