Fargo, N.D. – Several faculty in the NDSU pharmacy practice department recently presented or published papers.
Cynthia Naughton, associate professor, and Dan Friesner, professor, published the article, “Comparison of Pharmacy Students’ Perceived and Actual Knowledge Using the Pharmacy Curricular Outcomes Assessment,” in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Andrea Huseth-Zosel, grants coordinator for the Master of Public Health program, published “Front Versus Rear Seat Placement of Children Aged 12 or Younger Within Vehicles: A Rural/Urban Comparison in North Dakota” in Traffic Injury Prevention.
Amy Werremeyer, associate professor, led a round-table presentation on “Patient Medication Education Groups” at the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists national meeting in Tampa, Fla., in April.
In addition, Werremeyer and Elizabeth Skoy, assistant professor, had their paper, titled “Medical Mission to Guatemala as an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience,” accepted for publication in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Wendy Brown, associate professor, is presenting “Building Bridges from the Foundation: Strengthening Community Connections with Medical Homes,” as part of the Association of Asthma Educators pre-conference workshop, Her topic is “Bringing Specialty Asthma Care to Rural North Dakota: Implementation and Assessment.” It highlights how asthma disease management can be successfully delivered via telepharmacy technology to improve asthma control and meet local institutional asthma health outcomes.
Brown also recently completed a book chapter, titled “Asthma Pharmacotherapy,” which will appear in the Association of Asthma Educator Case Based Monograph. The monograph is intended to serve as a review tool for the Asthma Educator›s Certification examination and a continuing education resource for practicing asthma educators.
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