Ambulatory Care Conference

[146-L04] Physical Assessment for the Ambulatory Care Pharmacist: Part 2

Wednesday, June 6
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Room: 402, Level 2 (Street Level)


ACPE Activity #0204-0000-18-146-L04-P
1.25 Contact Hours | Application-based

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Bob Tremmel, Pharm.D., BCPS, CPP, Pharm.D., R.Ph.

Director, Educational Programs I
ASHP
Bethesda, MD

I will be your ASHP point of contact as you plan your session. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns. I look forward to working with you.

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Melanie A. Dodd, Pharm.D., R.Ph., Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS, FASHP

Department Vice-Chair and Associate Professor
The University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy, Albuquerque, NM
Albuquerque, NM

Dr. Melanie A. Dodd, Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS, FASHP is Vice-Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative Sciences at The University of New Mexico (UNM) College of Pharmacy. She practices as a pharmacist clinician with prescriptive authority at the UNM Senior Health Clinic where she provides chronic disease and medication management with a focus on geriatric syndromes. She maintains a geriatric advanced pharmacy practice experience to train Pharm.D. and other health professional students and residents. She teaches geriatric-related pharmacotherapy throughout the Pharm.D. curriculum, including interprofessional education. She has been a core instructor in the UNM 60-hour physical assessment course that is required for pharmacist clinicians. She has played an active role in development of new pharmacist clinical practice models, credentialing processes, and pursuit of pharmacist reimbursement at UNM. Her research interests include evaluating the clinical outcomes of pharmacist-provided services and scholarship of teaching. She is an active member of ASHP having served as chair of the Section of Ambulatory Care Practitioners, chair of the Council on Public Policy and a NM delegate to the House of Delegates. She is a past-President of NMSHP and faculty advisor for the UNM SSHP. Dr. Dodd completed a B.S. in Pharmacy at Purdue University, a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at UNM, and a Pharmacy Practice Residency at Presbyterian Healthcare Services.

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Melanie A. Dodd, Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS, FASHP, Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS, FASHP

Department Vice-Chair and Associate Professor
The University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy, Albuquerque, NM
Albuquerque, NM

Dr. Melanie A. Dodd, Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS, FASHP is Vice-Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative Sciences at The University of New Mexico (UNM) College of Pharmacy. She practices as a pharmacist clinician with prescriptive authority at the UNM Senior Health Clinic where she provides chronic disease and medication management with a focus on geriatric syndromes. She maintains a geriatric advanced pharmacy practice experience to train Pharm.D. and other health professional students and residents. She teaches geriatric-related pharmacotherapy throughout the Pharm.D. curriculum, including interprofessional education. She has been a core instructor in the UNM 60-hour physical assessment course that is required for pharmacist clinicians. She has played an active role in development of new pharmacist clinical practice models, credentialing processes, and pursuit of pharmacist reimbursement at UNM. Her research interests include evaluating the clinical outcomes of pharmacist-provided services and scholarship of teaching. She is an active member of ASHP having served as chair of the Section of Ambulatory Care Practitioners, chair of the Council on Public Policy and a NM delegate to the House of Delegates. She is a past-President of NMSHP and faculty advisor for the UNM SSHP. Dr. Dodd completed a B.S. in Pharmacy at Purdue University, a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at UNM, and a Pharmacy Practice Residency at Presbyterian Healthcare Services.

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Joe R. Anderson, Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS, FASHP, Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Assistant Dean for Curricular Affairs
University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy
Albuquerque, NM

Joe R. Anderson, PharmD, PhC, BCPS
Dr. Anderson is the Assistant Dean for Curricular Affairs at the UNM College of Pharmacy (COP). He is also an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice with the UNM COP and Associate Professor of Internal Medicine with the UNM School of Medicine. His clinical practice sites are the UNM Heart Failure Clinic and the UNM Cardiology-ECHO clinic. He has been licensed as a Pharmacist Clinician since 2002. His research interests are in cardiovascular pharmacotherapy (specifically heart failure and primary and secondary ASCVD prevention) and health outcomes, particularly as they pertain to advanced pharmacy practice. He has served as the Director for the Physical Assessment for the Pharmacist Clinician course for over 10 years. He served on the NM Board of Pharmacy (BOP) from 2008 through 2018 representing the Central District and has served on the NM BOP Pharmacist Clinician Credentialing Committee since 2005. He is active within ASHP and has served on the Council on Public Policy and on the Section of Ambulatory Care Practitioners Special Advisory Group (SAG) on Compensation and Practice Sustainability. Dr. Anderson was recognized by the New Mexico Society of Health-System Pharmacists as the Hospital Pharmacist of Year in 2005 and was awarded the Dorothy Dillon Award in 2010. Dr. Anderson was also recognized by the New Mexico Pharmacists Association receiving the Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award in 2008.

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Betsy Shilliday, Pharm.D., Ph.C., BCPS, Pharm.D., CDE, CPP, BCACP, FASHP

Director, Advanced Practice Provider Center
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

Betsy Bryant Shilliday, Pharm.D., is a professor with the UNC School of Medicine at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. In addition, she is the director of the Advanced Practice Provider Center for UNC Medical Center. Shilliday serves as an associate medical director of the UNC Internal Medicine Clinic and director for the Enhanced Care Programs. The Enhanced Care Programs focus on chronic disease management, including anticoagulation, diabetes, chronic pain, depression, medicare wellness and transitions of care. Shilliday maintains an active clinical practice and teaches pharmacy students within these clinics.
She received her Pharm.D. from the Campbell University School of Pharmacy and completed a primary care specialty residency with the Department of Veterans Affairs W.G. Hefner Medical Center in Salisbury, North Carolina. Upon completion of her residency, she joined UNC Health Care. She is a certified diabetes educator, board certified ambulatory care pharmacist and a clinical pharmacist practitioner. In 2014 she was named a fellow of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Her professional interests include innovative practice models, billing for pharmacy services, credentialing and privileging, team-based care, quality improvement, chronic disease management, and health literacy.

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Jamie J. Cavanaugh, Pharm.D., CDE, CPP, BCACP, FASHP, Pharm.D., BCPS, CPP

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC

Dr. Cavanaugh has experience precepting PY2 and PY3 early immersion pharmacy students, PY4 APPE students, PGY1 pharmacy practice residents, and PGY2 ambulatory care specialty residents. Each year, Dr. Cavanaugh offers 20 rotation months to pharmacy learners. She has successfully integrated pharmacy learners into the practice through population health efforts which improve the learner’s understanding of quality improvement and population health concepts. In addition, learner led work has demonstrated benefit to the practice in achieving quality metrics. When possible, learners are engaged in layered learning which limits the time required directly from the preceptor and provides learners with valuable teaching and mentoring experience. Finally, learners are engaged in direct patient care with increased independence throughout the experience. With additional independence, Dr. Cavanaugh is able to capitalize on time to increase work output.

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