INTEGRATIVE CLINICAL PRACTICE, PHARMACY PRACTICE, AND EDUCATION

PUBLICATIONS

*Kim-Romo DN, Barner JC, Brown CM, Rivera JO, Garza AA, Klein-Bradham K, Jokerst JR, Janiga X, Brown B (2014).  Spanish-Speaking Patients’ Satisfaction with Clinical Pharmacists’ Communication and Demonstration of Cultural Sensitivity. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 54(2), 121-29.

*Nguyen P and Brown CM (2014). Pharmacy Students’ Experiences with and Perceived Importance of Learning about Herbals in Pharmacy Education. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 6(2), 203-209.

*Thach A, Brown CM, Pope N (2013). Consumer Perceptions About A Community Pharmacy-Based Medication Take Back Program. Journal of Environmental Management, 127, 23-27. [Epub 2013 May 10.]

*Gavaza P, Brown CM, Lawson KA, Rascati KL, Steinhardt M, and Wilson JP (2012). Effect of Social Influences on Pharmacists’ Intention to Report Adverse Drug Events. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 52(5), 622-629.

Fleming M, *Nemlekar P, Brown CM, *Cantu R (2012). Exploratory Study of Community Pharmacists’ Perceptions about New or Transferred Prescription Incentives. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 52(5), e53-58.

*Gavaza P, Brown CM, Lawson KA, Rascati KL, Steinhardt M, and Wilson JP (2012). Pharmacist reporting of Serious Adverse Drug Events to the Food and Drug Administration. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 52(5), e109-112.

Brown CM, Pena A, and Resendiz K (2011).  Pharmacists’ Actions when Patients use Complementary and Alternative (CAM) Therapies with Medications in Texas-Mexico Border CitiesJournal of the American Pharmacists Association, 51(5), 619-622.

*Gavaza P, Brown CM, Rascati KL, Lawson KA, Steinhardt M, and Wilson JP (2011).  Texas Pharmacists’ Knowledge of Reporting Serious Adverse Drug Events to the Food and Drug AdministrationJournal of the American Pharmacists Association, 51(3), 397-403.

*Gavaza P, Brown CM, Lawson KA, Rascati KL, Wilson JP, and Steinhardt M (2011). Influence of Attitudes on Pharmacists’ Intention to Report Serious Adverse Drug Events to the Food and Drug Administration. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 72(1), 143-152.

*Gavaza P, Brown CM, Lawson KA, Rascati KL, Wilson JP, and Steinhardt M (2011). Examination of Pharmacists’ Intention to Report Serious Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) to the FDA using the Theory of Planned Behavior. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 7(4), 369-382 [Epub 2010 Nov 5]

PRESENTATIONS

*Makhinova T, Barner JC, Brown CM, Rascati KL, Richards KM, Nag A, Rush SK, Pope N, Barnes JN. Improving Asthma Management: Patient-Pharmacist Partnership Program in Enhancing Therapy Adherence and Asthma Control. 164th Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA: March 24-27, 2017.

*Alshehri A, Barner JC, Brown CM, Ford K, Rascati KL, Atif SA. Muslim Diabetic Patients’ Perceptions of Pharmacist Services and Proposed Pharmacist Engagement Activities during Ramadan. 164th Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA: March 24-27, 2017.

*Floyd A, Brown CM, Pope N. Impact of A Pharmacist-Led Educational Session In Prescribers’ Knowledge About Pharmacogenetics Testing and Their Interest In Its Availability In Community Pharmacy Settings. 164th Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA: March 24-27, 2017.

*Corbell B, Brown CM. Pharmacy Students’ Attitudes and Intentions Toward Independent Pharmacy Ownership. 163rd Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 4-7, 2016.

*Corbell B, Brown CM. Beliefs of pharmacy students toward independent pharmacy ownership. 162nd Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 27-30, 2015.

*Thach A, Brown CM, Pope N. Consumers’ medication disposal practices and outcomes of a medication take-back event. 162nd Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 27-30, 2015.

*Nguyen P and Brown CM. Insights into Nursing and Pharmacy Students Views on Interprofessional Education and Collaboration. American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, December 2-6, 2012.

*Gavaza P, Brown CM, Rascati KL, Lawson K, Wilson JP, Steinhardt MA. Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Texas Pharmacists’ Intention to Report Serious Adverse Drug Events to the FDA. International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, June 2-6, 2012.

*Kim-Romo DN, Barner JC, Brown CM, Rivera JO, Garza AA, Klein-Bradham K, Janiga X, Jokerst JR, Brown B. Spanish-Speaking Patients’ Satisfaction with Clinical Pharmacists’ Communication Skills and Cultural Sensitivity. 159th Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 9-12, 2012.

Brown, CM and Sias, J. (Roundtable co-Leader). Addressing Health Disparities Through the Provision of Pharmacist Services, APhA Academy of Pharmaceutical Research & Science, Economic, Social, and Administrative Science, Research Roundtable Session, 158th Annual American Pharmacists Association Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 25-28, 2011.

*denotes students at the time of the study


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