Ahmed Alshehri, M.S.

Graduate Student
alshehri@utexas.edu

Previous Education:

  • M.S. in Pharmacy, The University of Texas Austin, TX
  • B.S. in Pharmacy, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Research Interests:

  • The impact of pharmacy services on patient outcomes (e.g., medication management therapy, Immunizations)
  • Public health disparities
  • Pharmacy Education (pharmacy courses development and evaluation)
  • Factors affecting patient health care utilization and outcome.
  • Pharmacoeconomics

Projects:

  • Alshehri A, Barner J, Das A, Rush S. Investigation of Medication Therapy Management Courses in the United States Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy. “Project ongoing”
  • Barner J. Kang H., Alshehri A.  Screening, healthcare utilization and costs among Texas Medicaid enrollees with symptomatic preterm labor “Project ongoing”
  • Alshehri A., Barner J., Brown C., Rush S. The Impact of Third Year Pharmacy Students Providing Medication Therapy Management in Community Pharmacies. Poster at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California. March 1-4, 2013
  • Alshehri A., Rush S., Barner J., Brown C. A Course to Teach Third-Year Pharmacy Students to Provide Medication Therapy Management in Community Pharmacies. Poster at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. July 13-17, 2013
  • Alshehri A., Barner J., Rush S. Perceived Abilities of Third Year Pharmacy Students in Performing Medication Therapy Management. Poster at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Grapevine, Texas. July 26-30, 2014
  • Alshehri A. M., Barner J.C., Brown C. M., Rush S. K. (2015). “Medication and health problems and recommendations from MTM services provided by third-year pharmacy students in community pharmacies.” Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 7(1): 70-77.
  • Alshehri A., Barner J., Rush S. The Impact of a Required Course on Third Year Pharmacy Students’ Perceived Abilities and Intentions in Providing Medication Therapy Management. Poster at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, National Harbor, Maryland. July 11-15, 2015
  • Rush S., Barner J., Alshehri A. Developing a Successful Community Pharmacy Technician Immunization Training Program to Incorporate Walk-in Immunizations into the Workflow of a Community Pharmacy. Poster at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, National Harbor, Maryland. July 11-15, 2015
  • Alshehri A., Barner J., Wong S., Qureshi S., Muslim Patients’ Medication Use Behavior and Perceptions Regarding Collaboration with Pharmacists during Ramadan. Poster at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. March 4-7, 2016
  • Alshehri A., Barner J., Brown C., Ford K., Rascati K., Atif S. “The relationship between Muslims’ perceptions of Islamophobia and perceived healthcare barriers” at the Addressing Health Disparities: The Role of Translational Research” on the Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee, November 10-11, 2016
  • Alshehri A., Barner J., Brown C., Ford K., Rascati K., Atif S., Zabidi F ” Muslim Diabetic Patients’ Perceptions of Pharmacist Services and Proposed Pharmacist Engagement Activities During Ramadan “. Poster at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. March 24-27, 2017
  • Alshehri A., Barner J., Brown C., Ford K., Rascati K., Atif S., Zabidi F ” Muslims and Diabetes: Health beliefs and medication usage during Ramadan “. Poster at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. March 24-27, 2017

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