Dusten Rose, PharmD, BCIDP, BCPS (AQ-ID), AAHIVP



Dusten Rose, PharmD, BCIDP, BCIDP, BCPS (AQ-ID), AAHIVP
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist- Infectious Disease
Dell Seton Medical Center

 

 


Presentations:  HIV Clinical Pearls for the Inpatient Hospital Pharmacist


Dusten Rose, Pharm.D, BCIDP, BCPS (AQ-ID), AAHIVP is a Network Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Diseases at Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas and the PGY2 Infectious Diseases Residency Program Director in Austin. Dusten attended Michigan State University to complete his pre-pharmacy requirements in 2004 and received his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Ferris State University in 2008. He completed his PGY1 at St. Mary’s Health in Grand Rapids, Michigan and specialty training in infectious diseases from UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, California in 2010.

Following residency training, Dusten moved back to the Midwest where he worked as the Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacist at Indiana University Health hospital. His clinical responsibilities were divided between rounding on the infectious diseases consultation service, maintaining an outpatient practice for HIV patients one day per week, and working on several antimicrobial stewardship initiatives. Dusten moved to Austin in 2014 focusing on inpatient antimicrobial stewardship through daily rounds, pharmacist and physician education, and the development of guidelines serving Seton hospitals in central Texas based on local epidemiology. He currently participates in local and national committees addressing antimicrobial stewardship and resistance, infection prevention, and best practices for rapid diagnostics in infectious diseases. Areas of interest include: HIV, ID pharmacotherapy in immunocompromised patients, and antimicrobial resistance. Other areas of non-ID interest include: Michigan State football and basketball, a growing collection of vinyl records, running, and relaxing at home with his wife and three dogs.

Disclosure:

Dusten Rose has no relevant financial relationship(s), potential or perceived, with commercial or conflicts of interest to disclose.