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Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 83284
Desired Job Location: Belton, Texas Date Posted: 8/23/2021
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 110000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Reliable and dedicated certified and Texas-licensed pharmacist, offering hands-on experience in all aspects of the pharmacist patient care process to include medication receiving and dispensing with focus on ensuring drug efficacy and safety, complemented by research and laboratory background.


Experience:
»Central Texas Veterans Health Care Center – Temple, TX
»APPE, Infectious Disease: 200 hours | Preceptor: Archana Banerjee, Pharm. D. Apr 2021

•Displayed efficiency in assessing patients admitted to Infectious Disease Consult Service at Olin E. Teague Veterans Hospital Medical Center
•Worked collaboratively with the Infectious Disease Consult Team in performing table rounds
•Ensured compliance with antibiotic stewardship guidelines to guarantee safety and efficacy of intervention
•Demonstrated proficiency in utilizing Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) Chart, as well as VistA - Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Joint Legacy Viewer (JLV) to check patient history and prescription profile
•Served as an active participant of teleconferences for antibiotic stewardship workgroup including weekly journal club and case presentations
•Developed QI project for the implementation of a protocol and provider education for screening patients with self-reported penicillin allergy for risks associated with beta lactam challenge
•Designed a patient tracker “SCUT Sheet” to closely monitor cases of infectious disease patients at the student level
•Delivered informative presentation on VANCOMYCIN: Trough to AUC dosing:  2020 guideline update

»Central Texas Veterans Health Care Center – Temple, TX
»APPE, Ambulatory Care Rotation| Preceptor: Sarah M. Fry, Pharm. D Mar 2021

•Completed rotation in the Primary Care Clinic with several days in anticoagulation (AC) and heart failure (HF) clinics
•Fulfilled expanded duties such as evaluating ambulatory care patients’ condition at Olin E. Teague Veteran’s Primary Care and Heart Failure Clinics and performing systematic documentation of patient's medical history
•Rendered high level of assistance to patients with hypertension, diabetes, and dyslipidemia and provided appropriate pharmacotherapeutic recommendations for optimal therapy
•Carried out therapeutic drug monitoring to identify potential risk of adverse reactions, interactions, or other events
•Meticulously assessed single patient and completed a literature review for case presentation on Metformin intolerance
•Journal Club: Cardiac Myosin Activation with Omecamtiv Mecarbil in Systolic Heart Failure (NEJM, Jan 2021)

»McLane Children’s Hospital – Temple, TX
»APPE, Pediatrics | Preceptor: Chanin Wright, Pharm.D. Jan 2021

•Held responsibility in gathering medical history, conducting medication review, and compiling health-related problem list for pediatric patients in multiple wards
•Proficiently utilized EPIC, an electronic health record software solution to check patient status and monitor treatment in alignment with their medical records
•Verified orders for Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU), Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), and inpatient units
•Closely monitored infusion protocols for oncology patients
•Handled stocking, verification, and filling of emergency medicine supplies in crash carts across the campus
•Tasked with writing in-service presentation for the hospital staff, thus outlining the safety measures to be taken by providers at BS&W McLane Children’s Medical Center while using National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Hazardous Medications

»Creighton Health Initiative (CHI)-Bergan Mercy Clinic – Omaha, NE
»APPE, Elective Cardiac Rotation: 200 hours | Preceptor D. Hilleman, Pharm.D., FCCP Dec 2020

•Ensured medication safety and compliance across the continuum of care for patients admitted to BMMC Cardiac Service
•Gained experience as a cardiac care pharmacist responsible for monitoring patients post procedure or surgical intervention using EPIC, (EMR)
•Produced and presented weekly patient cases and drug reviews for the enhancement of experiential cardiac care education

»Central Texas Poison Center – Temple, TX
»APPE, Drug Information: 200 hours | Preceptor: S. David Baker, Pharm.D., DABAT, FAACT Nov 2020

•Observed live and recorded calls to Central Texas Poison Center to proactively respond to and address callers’ concerns
•Instrumental in analyzing recorded case information from all six Texas poison centers and verifying documentation and patient information
•Rendered high level of assistance in updating information and merging case notations as appropriate
•Recommended laboratory tests to monitor patient progress based on guidelines and poison center protocols
•Performed comprehensive researches and assessed major classes of toxic compounds for discussion
•Journal Club and Case Presentation: Loperamide Toxicity: Recommendations for Patient Monitoring and Management

»Carl Darnall Army Medical Center – Fort Hood, TX
»APPE, Acute Care: 200 hours | Preceptor: Caitrin Vordtriede, Pharm.D., BCPS Oct 2020

•Evaluated patient records in preparation for attending rounds with the Family Medicine Team and ICU Staff
•Improved healthcare and patient’s experience through comprehensive EHR solutions such as CliniComp (formerly known as Essentris) and Composite Health Care System (CHCS)
•Leveraged competencies in reviewing patient history and prescription profile for interactions and comorbid conditions utilizing Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA), a global Electronic Health Record (EHR) system
•Actively participated in teleconferences for antibiotic stewardship utilizing PEN-FAST tool, heparin safety protocol, and EHR-note construction
•Delivered presentation on patient-specific risk versus benefit analysis after percutaneous coronary intervention
•Journal Club: Ticagrelor with or without Aspirin in High-Risk Patients after PCI. [TWILIGHT] (NEJM, Nov 2019)

»Resolute Health Hospital – New Braunfels, TX
»APPE, Hospital: 200 hours | Preceptor: Brandy Russel, Pharm.D. Sep 2020

•Gained knowledge in verifying and dispensing medication orders, checking medications preparations, and overseeing techs
•Supported in monitoring anticoagulation and anti-infective reports, assessing MedMined alerts for therapeutic interventions, verifying hospital orders, performing diversion audits and environmental COE inspections
•Offered advice to patients on how to take their prescribed medication, the correct dose of a drug, and potential therapeutic substitution
•Compiled and presented Gemba metrics (CPOE) for Leapfrog compliance measures
•Effectively presented patient case pertaining to cellulitis and incisional surgical site infections

»CVS Corporate Store #1411 – Belton, TX
»APPE, Community Pharmacy: 200 hours | Preceptors: E.S. Gardner, Pharm.D. & K. Chatwood, Pharm.D. Jun 2020

•Gained in-depth knowledge and experience in filling and dispensing prescriptions, organizing medical records, conducting phone-based patient care, and performing prospective drug utilization review
•Checked prescriptions from physicians before dispensing the medication to patients to ensure that patients received the correct drugs or appropriate dose of medicine
•Advised consumers on their new and existing prescription and OTC drug therapy to improve patient safety

»Creighton University, School of Pharmacy, Omaha, N
»OASA Student Tutor Sep 2018– May 2019

•Mentored students to enhance their knowledge and familiarization with pharmacy calculations and biochemistry
•Utilized video conferencing tools to accomplish real-time teaching in a distance-based program

»Magis Clinic, CHI Health, Omaha, NE
»Pharmacy Intern/Volunteer Jul 2019

•Performed patient counseling and gathered medication history for assessment and interventions

»McLane Children’s Center Pharmacy – Temple, TX
»IPPE3: 120 hours Hospital Block; Pharmacy Intern | Preceptor: Chanin Wright, Pharm.D. Jun 2019–Jul 2019

•Obtained proper training in preparing labels, encoding data, stocking shelves, maintaining records, and performing label and product verification in the hospital environment
•Actively participated in the intricacies of pediatric patient care across multiple wards

»Body of Christ Clinic, Belton, TX
»Pharmacy Intern/Volunteer Oct 2018

•Performed patient counseling and gathered medication history for assessment and interventions

»HEB Store 039 Pharmacy – Belton TX
»IPPE2: 120-hour Community Block; Pharmacy Intern | Preceptor: William Tipping, Pharm.D. Jun 2018–Jul 2018

•Completed training in preparing and dispensing medication, which include the five rights of medication administration
•Gained in-depth knowledge and skills in preparing labels, encoding data, stocking shelves, maintaining records, and performing label and product verification in the community environment


Education:
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.): May 2021
Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Omaha, NE
GPA: 3.75 | Dean’s List: Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018
APhA-ASP Member of the Month: Nov 2018
Rho-Chi Recognition for Academic Excellence: Fall 2017

Graduate Education in Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology: Aug 1999–Jun 2001
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
American Heart Association Fellowship for Graduate Research: 2000

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Minor in Biology: Jun 1998
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
Graduate cum laude | Welch Scholar Grant Recipient: 1997 | Golden Key National Honor Society: 1996
Ronald E McNair Baccalaureate Scholar: 1995 | Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society: 1994
Thesis: Chromatographic Techniques Relating to Isolation, Characterization & Purification of Sterols from Natural Products Sources: 1998
Thesis: Isolation and Purification of Cactus Pollen Sterols and the Phylogenetic Significance of their Structures: 1997


Skills:
Research and Analysis | Excellent Presentation Abilities | Drug Information Support | Customer Relations
Patient Needs Assessment and Counseling | Pharmaceutical Calculations | Immunizations | Quality Patient Care
Treatment Planning | Rapid Conflict Resolution | Accurate Data Entry | Inventory Control


Additional Information:
»»»Professional Development

Licensure
Texas State Board of Pharmacy, Austin, TX
Pharmacist, State of Texas, License #69051: July 31, 2023
Pharmacy Intern License, State of Texas: Jun 2018–Nov 2021
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Division of Public Health State of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Pharmacy Intern License, State of Nebraska: Sep 2017–Sep 2022

Training
Creighton University–American Pharmacists Association (APhA), Omaha, NE
Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services: Oct 2020
The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care: Jan 2020
Pharmacy-based Immunization Delivery: Jul 2018
National Lipid Association (NLA) Spring Clinical Lipid Update, San Antonio, TX
Foundations of Clinical Lipidology: Feb 2018

Certification
Collaborative Education Institute (CEI), Creighton University, Omaha, NE
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Certification: Mar 2020–Jun 2021
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)–Blood-Borne Pathogen Certification: Mar 2020–Jun 2021
American Heart Association, Dallas, TX
CPR/Basic Life Support Certification for Healthcare Providers: Jun 2019–Jun 2021
Texas State Board of Pharmacy, Austin, TX
Certified Pharmacy Technician: May 2019–May 2021
Accreditation Council for Clinical Lipidology (ACCL) 
Lipid Competency Certificate Examination: Aug 2019
PCCA Institute, Sugarland, TX
Pharmacy Compounding Boot-Camp: Aug 2018


»»»Professional Affiliations

Affiliate, Texas Pharmacy Association: 2021–Present
Member, American Pharmacist Association (APhA) 2021–Present
Student Member, Association of Managed Care Pharmacists: 2020–Present
Student Member, National Lipid Association: 2017–Present
Affiliate, Capital Area Pharmacists Association: 2017–Present
Member, American Pharmacist Association (APhA)–Academy of Student Pharmacists: 2017–2021
Student Affiliate, Texas Pharmacy Association: 2017–2021


»»»Activities

Leadership
Class President, SPAHP Distance Pharmacy Class 2021: 2018–2019
Creighton University, Omaha, NE

Research/ Consultancy
Research Participant: Jan 2020
Pharmacy Students’ Knowledge and Perceptions Regarding PGY1 Community-Based Residency Programs
Merit Badge Counselor: Public Health: Oct 2019–Feb 2020
Boy Scouts of America—Troop 118, Belton, TX
Focus Group Participant: Oct 2019
Pharmacy Student Focus Groups on the Opioid Crisis
Researcher, Author, and Presenter: Mar 2018–Jun 2018
Community Safety and Education, Belton, TX
Title: Medicine is Not Candy: Age-appropriate health and safety education for preschool through primary grades and parents

Community Involvement
Science Tutor: 2019–2020
United Way Boys & Girls Clubs
Contributor: 2014–Present
Boys Scouts of America; El Paso, TX; Morgan’s Point Resort, Bell County, TX
Coordinator/Volunteer: 2010–2018
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) International, El Paso and Belton, TX
Sunday School Teacher/Vacation Bible School Coach: 2010– 2013
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, El Paso, TX


»»»Technical Acumen

Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint | Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop)
Desktop Publishing | Zoom and Microsoft Teams | Multi-Line Phone Systems | POS Systems | PMP Monitoring Program


»»»Publication

Nes, W. D., McCourt, B. S., Zhou, W. X., Ma, J., Marshall, J. A., Peek, L. A., Brennan, M. (1998). Overexpression, purification, and stereochemical studies of the recombinant (s)-adenosyl-l-methionine: δ24 (25)-to δ24 (28)-sterol methyl transferase enzyme from saccharomyces cerevisiae. Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 353(2), 297-311.


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