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Michael S . Monaghan, PharmD, BCPS

Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions

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Michael Monaghan

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Michael S . Monaghan, PharmD, BCPS

Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions

Professor

Teaching Interests

  • Clinical Pharmacy Residency Certificate, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, June 1990

Department

Pharmacy Practice

Position

Professor

Books

  • Pharmacotherapeutics: A primary care clinical guide
    Monaghan, M. S., Kissinger, J. F., Archer, J. Endocrine disorders: Thyroid and adrenal conditions, p. 683-704 2005

Articles

  • Am J Pharmaceutical Education
    Tolman JA, Knezevich E, White ND, Chauhan HV, Monaghan MS, Dash A. Case study in mission-centric curricular revision in light of standards 2016. 2017 AACP Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN;81(5) Article S5:102-103. 2017
  • Am J Pharmaceutical Education
    Packard K, Ryan-Haddad A, Monaghan MS, Doll J, Yongyue Q. Application of validated instruments to assess university-wide interprofessional education experiences. 2016 AACP Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, July 25, 2016.;80(5) Article S2:51. 2016
  • Innovations in Pharmacy
    Begley KJ, Monaghan MS, Clavier CW, Lugo RA, Crouch MA. Technology in the learning environment: surveys of use and misuse. Article 2. http://www.pharmacy.umn.edu/innovations/issue2015vol.6no.1/home.html
    6(1), p. 1-11 2015
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Begley, Kimberley, Monaghan, Michael S., Qi, Yongyue Repeated Testing to Improve Skills in a Pharmacy Practice Laboratory Course
    77, p. 6-Jan 2013
  • Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning
    Pick AM, Henriksen BS, Hamilton WR, Monaghan MS. Essential information for mentoring students interested in residency training.
    5(6), p. 546-554 2013
  • American Journal of Pharmacy Education
    Begley K, Monaghan MS, Qi Y. Repeated testing to improve skills in a pharmacy practice laboratory course. Article 130.
    77(6), p. 1-6 2013
  • Journal of Allied Health
    Lenz TL, Gillespie ND, Monaghan MS. Finding employees with undiagnosed diabetes. http://ijahsp.nova.edu/articles/Vol11Num2/pdf/Lenz.pdf
    11(2), p. 1-4 2013
  • ISRN Preventive Medicine
    Lenz TL, Gillespie ND, Skradski JJ, Viereck LK, Packard KA, Monaghan MS. Development of a composite lifestyle index (CLI) and its relationship to quality of life improvement: the CLI pilot study. Article ID 481030. http://dx.doi.org/10.5402/2013/481030
    2013, p. 1-7 2013
  • Pharmacotherapy
    Gillespie, Nicole D., Lenz, Thomas L., Monaghan, Michael S. Identifying employees with undiagnosed diabetes for participation in a pharmacist-run worksite wellness program.
    32, p. E260-E261 2012
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Monaghan, Michael S., Cain, Jeff J., Malone, Patrick M., Chapman, Tracy A., Walters, Ryan W., Thompson, David C., Riedl, Steven T. Educational Technology Use Among US Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy
    75, p. 87-87 2011
  • International Journal of Cardiology
    Thambidorai, S. K., Deshmukh, A. R., Walters, R. W., Turner, P. D., Monaghan, M. S., Mooss, A. N., Hunter, C. B., Esterbrooks, D. J., Mohiuddin, S. M. Impact of statin use on heart failure mortality
    147, p. 438-443 2011
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Wilson, Amy F., Lenz, Thomas L., Monaghan, Michael S. Making Your Pharmacy Practice Department 'In-dispense-able'
    75, p. 123-123 2011
  • Journal of Obesity
    Hamilton, William R., Egras, Amy M., Lenz, Thomas L., Monaghan, Michael S. An Evidence-Based Review of Fat Modifying Supplemental Weight Loss Products
    2011, p. 1-7 2011
  • Journal of the American Pharmacists Association
    Lenz, T. L., Monaghan, M. S. Implementing lifestyle medicine with medication therapy management services to improve patient-centered health care
    51, p. 184-188 2011
  • Journal of the American Pharmacists Association
    Lenz, T. L., Monaghan, M. S. Pay-for-performance model of medication therapy management in pharmacy practice
    51, p. 425-431 2011
  • International Journal of Cardiology
    Thambidorai SK, Deshmukh AR, Walters RW, Turner PD, Monaghan MS, Mooss AN, Hunter CB, Esterbrooks DJ, Mohiuddin SM. Impact of statin use on heart failure mortality.
    147(3), p. 438-443 2011
  • Journal of American Pharmacists Association
    Lenz TL, Monaghan MS. Implementing lifestyle medicine with medication therapy services to improve patient-centered health care.
    51(2), p. 184-188 2011
  • Journal of American Pharmacists Association
    Lenz TL, Monaghan MS. A pay-for-performance model of medication therapy management in pharmacy practice.
    51(3), p. 425-431 2011
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Monaghan MS, Cain JJ, Malone PM, Chapman TA, Walters RW, Thompson DC, Riedl ST. Educational technology use among US colleges and schools of pharmacy. Article 87.
    75(5) 2011
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Wilson AF, Lenz TL, Monaghan MS. Making your pharmacy practice department “In-dispense-able.”
    75(6), p. Article 123. 2011
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Foral, Pamela A., Turner, Paul D., Monaghan, Michael S., Walters, Ryan W., Merkel, Jennifer J., Lipschultz, Jeremy H., Lenz, Thomas L. Faculty and Student Expectations and Perceptions of E-mail Communication in a Campus and Distance Doctor of Pharmacy Program
    74, p. 191-191 2010
  • International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning
    Elsasser, G. N., Hoie, E. B., Destache, C., Monaghan, M. S. Availability of internet download lecture audio files on class attendance and examination performance
    6, p. Article 3 2009
  • Journal of the American Pharmacists Association
    Lenz, T. L., Monaghan, M. S. Lifestyle modifications for patients with hypertension
    48, p. e92-9; quiz e100-2 2008
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Limpach, A. L., Bazrafshan, P., Turner, P. D., Monaghan, M. S. Effectiveness of Human Anatomy Education for Pharmacy Students via the Internet
    72, p. 145 2008
  • Journal of Pharmacy Teaching
    Lenz, T. L., Faulkner, M. A., Monaghan, M. S. Assessing the use of two-way interactive video (TWIV) conferencing to offer heart failure continuing education to rural pharmacists
    13, p. 29-36 2006
  • Journal of Interprofessional Care
    Lenz, T. L., Monaghan, M. S., Ekeler, J. L., Hayes, M. M. An interprofessional medication risk assessment program
    20, p. 1-3 2006
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Lenz, T. L., Monaghan, M. S., Wilson, A. F., Tilleman, J. A., Jones, R. M., Hayes, M. M. Using performance-based assessments to evaluate parity between a campus and distance education pathway
    70, p. 90 2006
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Monaghan, M. S., Jones, R. M., Fac Case Writing Teams Designing an assessment for an abilities-based curriculum
    69, p. 118-125 2005
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Lenz, T. L., Jones, R. M., Monaghan, M. S. Faculty workload comparison between a campus-based and Internet-based patient assessment course
    69, p. 67-68 2005
  • Pharmacotherapy
    Hilleman, D. E., Faulkner, M. A., Monaghan, M. S. Cost of a pharmacist-directed intervention to increase treatment of hypercholesterolemia
    24, p. 1077-1083 2004
  • Southern Medical Journal
    Skrabal, M. Z., Stading, J. A., Monaghan, M. S. Rhabdomyolysis associated with simvastatin-nefazodone therapy
    96, p. 1034-1035 2003
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Hamilton, W. R., Monaghan, M. S., Turner, P. D. Comparison of pharmacy practitioner and pharmacy student attitudes toward complementary and alternative therapies in a rural state
    66, p. 55-58 2002
  • Pharmacotherapy
    Hilleman, D. E., Monaghan, M. S., Ashby, C. L., Mashni, J. E., Woolley, K., Amato, C. M. Physician-prompting statin therapy intervention improves outcomes in patients with coronary heart disease
    21, p. 1415-1421 2001
  • Therapeutic drug monitoring
    Monaghan, M. S., Marx, M. A., Olsen, K. M., Turner, P. D., Bergman, K. L. Correlation and prediction of phenytoin protein binding using standard laboratory parameters in patients after renal transplantation
    23, p. 263-267 2001
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Monaghan, M. S., Turner, P. D., Skrabal, M. Z., Jones, R. M. Evaluating the format and effectiveness of a disease state management training program for diabetes
    64, p. 181-184 2000
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Monaghan, M. S., Turner, P. D., Vanderbush, R. E., Grady, A. R. Traditional student, nontraditional student, and pharmacy practitioner attitudes toward the use of standardized patients in the assessment of clinical skills
    64, p. 27-32 2000

Publications

  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Monaghan MS, Malesker M, Ryan Haddad A, Packard K, Elsasser G, Iverson LM, Hawkins KS, Bredenkamp ND, Carrio C, Connelly SC. Development and assessment of an interprofessional education simulation for pharmacy and nurse practitioner students. AACP Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
    79(5), p. S4(46) 2015
  • Pharmacotherapy
    Smith A, Foral P, Knezevich J, Monaghan MS. Development of criteria for clinical activities for pharmacy practice faculty at annual evaluations. ACCP Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM.
    33(1), p. 194-195 2013
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Skrabal MZ, Jones RM, Coover KL, Monaghan MS. An evaluation of student-initiated APPE change requests for AACP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.  Article 109.
    77(5), p. 18 2013
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Christensen KJ, Monaghan MS, Walters RW, Chapman TA. Delivery preference and student perception of lecture capture impact in a doctor of pharmacy curriculum. AACP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Article 109.
    77(5), p. 61 2013
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Begley KJ, Monaghan MS. Developing a pharmacy practice skills lab based on repeated testing: a five year analysis. AACP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Article 109.
    77(5), p. 62 2013
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Gillespie ND, Lenz TL, Monaghan MS. Identifying employees with undiagnosed diabetes for participation in a pharmacist-run worksite wellness program. 2012 ACCP Annual Meeting, Hollywood, FL.
    32(10), p. 260 2012
  • American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
    Monaghan MS, Cain JJ, Malone PM, Chapman TA, Walters RW, Thompson DC. Technology issues in the learning environment: emerging solutions. AACP Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.  Article 105.
    75(5), p. 63 2011

Presentations

  • Pharmacy Practice Residency: A Workshop. Second Abu Dhabi Pharmacy Conference (ADPHaC) 2017, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, April 22, 2017 2017
  • Developing a Project Research Plan: An Overview. Second Abu Dhabi Pharmacy Conference (ADPHaC) 2017, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, April 22, 2017. 2017
  • Current Trends in the Medication Management of Type 2 Diabetes. Second Abu Dhabi Pharmacy Conference (ADPHaC) 2017, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, April 20, 2017. 2017
  • Hawkins K, Iverson L, Bredenkamp N, Carrico C, Pottoff M, Connelly S, Malesker M, Monaghan MS. Innovative Approaches to Interprofessional Simulation. 41st Annual Meeting, the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, Baltimore, MD, April 25, 2015. 2015
  • Dash AK, Monaghan MS. Importance of Interprofessional Education, Practice and Research in the Pharmacy Curriculum in the Era of Globalization. 2nd Global Academic Meeting, GAM 2015, New Delhi, India, April 2, 2015. 2015
  • Monaghan MS, Malone PM, Chapman TA, Cain J. Instructional Technology: Who is Using What Where? A Special Session podium and panel presentation, 2010 AACP Annual Meeting, Seattle WA, July 13, 2010. 2010
  • Monaghan MS, Augustine S, Begley K, Christensen K, Faulkner M. Technology Use to Facilitate Student Learning in the Clinical Years: Examples of Success and Failure. A Special Session podium and panel presentation, 2009 AACP Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, July 20, 2009. 2009
  • Beck DE, Monaghan MS, Bracegirdle L, Lok B, Austin ZH. OSCEs and Virtual Patient Simulations in Pharmacy Education: International Experiences and Research Findings. A Special Session podium and panel presentation, 2008 AACP Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, July 22, 2008. 2008
  • Lenz TL, Monaghan MS. Implementing Lifestyle Interventions: Where the Rubber Meets the Road. A three-hour Continuing Education Workshop at the Eleventh Annual Prairie Health Ventures Membership Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 22, 2008. 2008
  • Lenz TL, Monaghan MS. Implementing Lifestyle Interventions: The Two E’s - Eating and Exercise. A two-hour Continuing Education Workshop at the Eleventh Annual Prairie Health Ventures Membership Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 21, 2008. 2008
  • Insulin Pumps and the Perioperative Management of the Diabetes Patient. New Medications Update. A two-hour Continuing Education Workshop at the Ninth Annual Alegent NPG Health-Link Membership Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 18, 2006. 2006
  • Jarrett J, Maio A, Monaghan MS, O’Brien R, Rich EC. How uninsurance contributes to bad outcomes for patients. An individual and panel presentation, Center for Health Policy and Ethics Clinical Series with the Department of Medicine Morbidity and Mortality Conference, Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska, May 1, 2006. 2006
  • The Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes, the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes, and the Use of Diet and Exercise. A three-hour Continuing Education Workshop at the Eighth Annual Alegent NPG Health-Link Membership Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, August 25, 2005. 2005
  • Monaghan MS, Buring SM, Anderson HM. Curricular Improvement Initiatives: Assuring an Effective, Dynamic Curriculum. A Special Session podium and panel presentation, 2005 AACP Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 11, 2005. 2005
  • Monaghan MS, Howard PA, Wilkin N, Anderson HM, Koehler J, Altiere R. Academic Leaders Perceptions of Faculty Rewards Structure and Faculty Engagement. A Special Session podium and panel presentation, 2005 AACP Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 11, 2005. 2005
  • Current Trends in the Treatment of Diabetes. A four-hour Continuing Education Workshop, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 1, 2004. 2004
  • Monaghan MS, Jensen G, Vlasses P, Haddad A, McGaghie W. Implementing Performance-based Assessment in Pharmacy Education: A Model for Health Professions Education (Individual Paper and Panel Discussion). American Educational Research Association 2004 Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, April 14, 2004. 2004
  • Performance-based Assessments Utilizing Standardized Patients. A Faculty Workshop, School of Pharmacy, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan Puerto Rico, February 18, 2004. 2004
  • Monaghan MS, Paschal K, Cochran T, Gandy J. Defining and Assessing Professional Competence. An Educational Session podium and panel presentation, American Physical Therapy Association 2004 Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville Tennessee, February 5, 2004. 2004
  • Monaghan MS, Hilleman DE, Faulkner M. Risk Factor Modification in Diabetes. A Continuing Education Program, Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska, August 28, 2003. 2003
  • Standardized Patient Examinations: Hip or Hype? A Special Session podium and panel presentation, 2003 AACP Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 22, 2003. 2003
  • Outcomes Assessment: Moving from Innovation to Integration. A Special Session podium and panel presentation, 2002 AACP Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, July 16, 2002. 2002
  • Decreasing Cardiovascular Morbidity in the Native American Diabetes Population. Ponca Wellness Center, Omaha, Nebraska, May 10, 2002. 2002
  • Decreasing Cardiovascular Morbidity in Type 2 Diabetes. Veterans Administration Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska, October 12, 2001. 2001
  • Type 2 Diabetes and the Elderly. Florence Nursing Home Staff Presentation, Omaha, Nebraska, September 25, 2001. 2001
  • An Evidence-based Approach to Type 2 Diabetes. Creighton Family Practice Core Content Lecture Series, Creighton University and St. Joseph Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska, June 15, 2001 2001
  • Using Performance-based Assessments to Evaluate Curricular Effectiveness. 2001 AACP Institute, Xerox Document University, Leesburg, Virginia, June 2, 2001. 2001
  • Diabetes Care and Education. Department of Medicine Ambulatory Core Curriculum Conference, School of Medicine, Medicine Clinical Center, Creighton University and St. Joseph Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska, April 30, 2001. 2001
  • An Evidence-based Approach to Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Health Symposium, St. Luke’s Institute for Health Education Auditorium, Sioux City, Iowa, March 24, 2001. 2001
  • Performance-based Assessments Utilizing Standardized Patients, A Workshop. College of Pharmacy, University of Oklahoma Faculty Retreat, May 24, 2000, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 2000
  • Preparing Internists for New Challenges to Cost-Effective Pharmacotherapy, A workshop. Society of General Internal Medicine 23rd Annual Meeting, May 5, 2000, Boston, Massachusetts. 2000
  • Hot Topics: Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes. Nebraska Pharmacists Association’s Annual Convention, June 5, 1999, Kearney, Nebraska. 1999
  • Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes: an Evidence-based Approach. Internal Medicine Educational Conference, VA Medical Center, March 19, 1999, Omaha, Nebraska. 1999
  • Assessment of Student Performance, A Faculty Development Workshop, School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions, Creighton University, February 12, 1999, Omaha, Nebraska. 1999
  • A Certificate Program in Diabetes Care for Pharmacists. An extensive training and continuing education program, Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions, September 18-19, 1998, Omaha, Nebraska. 1998
  • A Certificate Program in Diabetes Care for Pharmacists. An extensive training and continuing education program, Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions, September 18-19, 1998, Omaha, Nebraska. 1998
  • A Pharmacologic Approach to Type 2 Diabetes. Family Medicine Educational Conference, Offutt Air Force Base, April 28, 1998, Bellevue, Nebraska. 1998
  • Performance-based Assessments Utilizing Standardized Patients. A Faculty Workshop, School of Pharmacy, Auburn University, April 20, 1998, Auburn, Alabama. 1998
  • A Diabetes Update: Focus on the Type 2 Patient. Family Practice Educational Conference, St. Joseph Hospital, April 15, 1998, Omaha, Nebraska. 1998
  • Using Standardized Patients to Teach and Evaluate Clinical Skills: Applications Outside of Academic Medicine. Center for Practice Improvement and Outcomes Research Conference Series, St. Joseph Hospital, February 25, 1998, Omaha, Nebraska. 1998
  • A Diabetes Mellitus Update. A four-hour nursing staff development program, St. Joseph Hospital, November 19, 1997, Omaha, Nebraska. 1997
  • 1997
  • Can Standardized Patients be used to Certify Life Experiences? Assessing Prior Learning for Nontraditional Pharm.D. Programs. NABP/AACP District V 60th Annual Meeting, August 15, 1997, Omaha, Nebraska. 1997
  • NSAID Gastropathy: Controversies and Suggestions. Department of Medicine Clinical Pharmacology Conference, St. Joseph Hospital, January 9, 1997, Omaha, Nebraska. 1997
  • Pharmaceutical Care Encounters Program: Program Development and Potential Applications. University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, November 6, 1996, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1996
  • The Evaluation of Clinical Skills in Pharmaceutical Education: Present and Future. A presentation for preceptors, November 6, 1996, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1996
  • Physical Assessment for the Patient. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy, September 29, 1996, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1996
  • The Use of Standardized Patients in Pharmaceutical Education. Special Sessions Presentation at the AACP Annual Meeting, July 17, 1996, Reno, Nevada. 1996
  • Diabetes Mellitus. UAMS Health Education for the Public Program, April 11, 1996, a compressed, interactive video program broadcast from Little Rock to 9 distant cities in Arkansas. 1996
  • The Pharmaceutical Care of Diabetes Mellitus. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy, October 29, 1995, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1995
  • The Pharmaceutical Care of Asthma. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy, December 10, 1995 and June 25, 1995, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1995
  • Diabetes and You: The Pharmacist as a Source of Information. Arkansas Affiliate of the American Diabetes Association, January 12, 1995, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1995
  • Gastrointestinal Complications of NSAIDs. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine 16th Annual Family Practice Intensive Review, June 3, 1994, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1994
  • Contemporary Issues of Antimicrobial Therapy (Moderator). University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy, August 27, 1993, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1993
  • HIV Infection: An Overview of Disease and Information for the Pharmacist. The 25th Annual Pharmacy Extension Seminar, February 21, 1993, El Dorado, Arkansas, March 7, 1993, Hot Springs, Arkansas, March 28, 1993, Fort Smith, Arkansas, April 18, 1993, Jonesboro, Arkansas, and May 2, 1993, Little Rock, Arkansas. 1993
  • The Pharmacist and the Elderly Patient: Focus on Diabetes. Garland County Pharmacy Association, April 29, 1993, Hot Springs, Arkansas. 1993
  • Diseases of the Elderly: Diabetes. Norman Pharmacists Association, March 9, 1993, Norman, Oklahoma. 1993
  • Diabetes in the Geriatric Patient. Rio Grand Valley Pharmacists Association, November 19, 1992, McAllen, Texas. 1992
  • Diabetes and the Pharmacist. Prudential HMO Pharmacy Group, September 17, 1992, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1992
  • Insulin Update. Garland County Pharmacy Association, July 21, 1992, Hot Springs, Arkansas. 1992
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: The Pharmacist's Role. The 24th Annual Pharmacy Extension Seminar, March 29, 1992, Hot Springs, Arkansas. 1992
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: The Pharmacist's Role. The 24th Annual Pharmacy Extension Seminar, March 22, 1992, Fort Smith, Arkansas 1992
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: The Pharmacist's Role. The 24th Annual Pharmacy Extension Seminar, March 15, 1992, Little Rock, Arkansas 1992
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: The Pharmacist's Role. The 24th Annual Pharmacy Extension Seminar, March 1, 1992, Jonesboro, Arkansas 1992
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: The Pharmacist's Role. The 24th Annual Pharmacy Extension Seminar, February 23, 1992, El Dorado, Arkansas. 1992
  • Topical and Oral Antifungal Agents. General Practice Seminar for the Arkansas Continuing Education Program, December 8, 1991, Little Rock, Arkansas 1991

Awards

  • Outstanding Educator of the Year Award
    Creighton University, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions