Pharmacy practice faculty publish research
Pharmacy practice faculty have written papers accepted for publication.
Jeanne Frenzel, associate professor of pharmacy practice; Elizabeth Skoy, assistant professor of pharmacy practice; and Heidi Eukel, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, co-wrote "Viewing Student Produced Videos to Increase Knowledge of Self-Care Topics and Nonprescription Medications" that has been accepted for publication in the Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
Skoy, Eukel and Frenzel also co-wrote the paper, "A Cross-Over Comparison of Two Forms of Simulation to Train and Assess Pharmacy Students' Injection Technique." It has been accepted for the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
David Scott, professor of pharmacy practice; and Mark Dewey, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, co-wrote "What Types of Nursing Homes are More Likely to Adopt a Pharmacist's Medication Review Recommendations?” that was accepted for publication in The Consultant Pharmacist.
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