Brody Maack, PharmD, CTTS
118L Sudro Hall
Pharmacy Practice (PGY1) Residency, 2007
NDSU/Lake Region Healthcare Corp
Fergus Falls, MN
Doctor of Pharmacy, 2006
North Dakota State University
Bachelor of Science, Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2004
North Dakota State University
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Family HealthCare
Preceptor, Adult Medicine/Ambulatory Care Clerkship, Family HealthCare Center
College Assessment Committee
College Experiential Education
University Athletics Committee
Areas of Expertise
- Ambulatory care clinical pharmacy practice
- Patient-centered medical home
- Pharmacy practice clinical service evaluation and implementation
- Tobacco cessation
Minnesota Society of Health-System Pharmacists
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
American Pharmacists Association
North Dakota Pharmacists Association
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
American College of Clinical Pharmacy
Association for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence
Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist
Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist
PHRM 340 Pathophysiology
PHRM 538 Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Diseases (Also Course Coordinator)
Maack B, Willborn R. Description of Tobacco Use and Cessation among Bhutanese Refugees Participating in a Tobacco Cessation Program. Ethn Health. 2017 Jan 21: 1-13. doi: 10.1080/13557858.2017.1280134. [Epub ahead of print].
Barnacle M, Strand MA, Werremeyer A, Maack B, Petry N. Depression Screening in Diabetes Care to Improve Outcomes: Are We Meeting the Challenge?. Diabetes Educ. 2016;42(5):646-51.
Werremeyer A, Maack B, Strand M, Barnacle M, Petry N. Disease Control Among Patients with Diabetes and Severe Depressive Symptoms. J Prim Care Community Health. 2016 Apr;7(2):130-4.
Willborn R, Barnacle M, Maack B, Petry N, Werremeyer A, Strand M. Use of the 9-Item Patient Health Questionnaire for Depression Assessment in Primary Care Patients with Type-2 Diabetes. J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv. 2016 Jan 1;54(1):56-63.
Willborn R, Werremeyer A, Petry N, Barnacle M, Maack B, and Strand MA. A cross-sectional cohort study comparing health outcomes among type 2 diabetes patients with contrasting depression severity. NTIS #TR-06-2015. Western States Medical Monographs Series, 2015.
Miller D, Maack B, Loueng J. Relation of Two Brief Health Literacy Tools to Correct Prescription Understanding. J Am Pharm Assoc. May/June 2015;55(3)
Brown W, Maack B, Mehling M. Medication therapy management: Teaming with pharmacists for improved patient care. JAAPA. 2013;26(12):40-3.
Maack B, Miller DR, Johnson T, Dewey M. Economic Impact of a Pharmacy Resident in an Assisted Living Facility-Based Medication Therapy Management Program. Ann Pharmacother 2008 Nov;42(11):1613-20
Refereed Poster Presentations/Published Abstracts
Maack B, Strand M, Barnacle M, Werremeyer A, Schmidt S. Design and implementation of comprehensive, team-based care in a federally qualified health center to improve diabetes and depression outcomes. Poster presented at: American Society of Health System Pharmacists Midyear Meeting; December 5, 2016; Las Vegas, NV.
Willborn R, Maack B. Intercultural Variations in Tobacco Cessation: Assessing the Characteristics of a Bhutanese Refugee Population. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting 2015.
Maack B. A Novel Cardiovascular Disease Risk Review and Referral Service within a Patient Centered Medical Home. American College of Clinical Pharmacy Virtual Poster Symposium 2015.
Maack B, Strand M, Werremeyer A, Petry N, Barnacle M, Willborn R. Correlation of Antidepressant Use with PHQ-9 Score Severity in Diabetics with or without Depression. American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting 2015.
Barnacle M, Strand M, Werremeyer A, Petry N, Willborn R, Maack B. The Underutilization of PHQ-9 Screening for Depression in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes. North Dakota Center for Nursing Conference 2014.
Cernusca D, Naughton C, Maack B. Baseline Measurements of Students’ Attitudes and Beliefs Following Curricular Revision. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting 2014