Emily L. Knezevich, PharmD, BCPS, CDCES, FCCP

Emily L. Knezevich, PharmD, BCPS, CDCES, FCCP

Emily L. Knezevich, PharmD, BCPS, CDCES, FCCP

Associate Professor
School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Omaha Campus

Expertise/Specializations

  • Diabetes management

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Pharmacy Practice

Position

  • Associate Professor

Biography

Dr. Knezevich graduated with her Pharm.D. from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy in 2005.  She then completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency specializing in Primary Care at the William S. Middleton VA Hospital in Madison, WI.  Upon completion, she returned to Omaha and took a split position working in ambulatory care pharmacy practice at the Omaha VA while precepting fourth year pharmacy students and teaching in an number of courses at Creighton.  In 2008, she moved practice sites to the Creighton Diabetes Program located in the Dundee neighborhood of Omaha.  Here, she gained extensive experience working with Diabetes and Endocrinology patients and providers and remains in this practice today.  At her practice, she provides medication therapy management to patients being seen at the clinic in collaboration with the medical team there.  Additionally, as the sole Certified Diabetes Educator at this ADA accredited DM education site, she is able to provide diabetes education in individual training sessions to patients there.  She also assists with day to day education services, insulin pump training and continuous glucose monitoring of patients seen by providers with the clinic.  She continues to have both APPE and IPPE students from Creighton University practicing and learning along side her and is the Co-IOR of the required Patient Assessment course within the pharmacy curriculum.  In addition to this teaching role, she is a guest instructor in many team taught courses throughout the curriculum.  

Publications and Presentations

Books

  • , 6th ed
  • , 5th ed
  • , 4th Ed.
  • , 3rd Ed.
  • , 3rd Ed.
  • , 3rd Ed.
  • , 3rd Ed.
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  • , 3rd Ed.

Articles

  • , 61
  • , 14
  • , 44, 32-35
  • , 32, 240-243
  • , DOI: 10.1177/0897190017748049.
  • , 2017;42(11)Epub.
  • , S270 - S273.e2.
  • , 41(11):HS20-HS26.
  • , Vol. 36(4).
  • , 10
  • , 40(1), 24-28
  • , 36(4)
  • , 4(1), 25-31
  • , 35(4)
  • , 69, 386-389
  • , 32, 54-66
  • , 3, Article 90 (1-7).
  • , 36(6), 20-24

Publications

Presentations

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • Diabetes, Endocrinology and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Grant Funding Received

  • Knezevich, E., Jewell, V., & Abbott, A. A. Title: Building Rural Stakeholder Engagement in Patient-Centered Type 1 Diabetes Research”, Sponsor: SPAHP Student Research Fellowship at Creighton University. Level of
  • Knezevich, E., Fuji, K., Larson, K., Muniz G. Evaluating Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Education in U.S. Pharm.D. Programs. [No funding sought]
  • Jewell, V. Russell, M., Shin, J. Knezevich, E., Abbott, A. A., George, A., & Yongyue, Qi “Effectiveness of Telehealth Occupation-Based Coaching for Families with a Young Child with Type 1 Diabetes.” Sponsor: The Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURAS) Faculty Research Fund Creighton University.
  • Jewell, V., Russell, M., Knezevich, E., & Abbott, A (2019-2021). A randomized, control Pilot Study to Examine the Effectiveness of Telehealth Occupation-based coaching for Families with a child with Type 1 Diabetes. Creighton University Health Sciences
  • Jewell, V., Abbott, A., Knezevich, E. “Title: Building Rural Stakeholder Engagement in Patient Centered Type 1 Diabetes Research.” Sponsor: The Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship
  • Knezevich E, Jewell V, Abbott A. Student Research Fellowship to support PCORI funded project: “Building Rural Stakeholder Engagement in Patient Centered Type 1 Diabetes Research.” Sponsor: Creighton University School of Pharmacy & Health Professions
  • Jewell V., Abbott A, Knezevich E. Building Rural Stakeholder Engagement in Patient-Centered Type 1 Diabetes Research. PCORI Eugene Washington Engagement Award. ** First PCORI Award Creighton University has ever received**
  • Trueman, C., Knezevich, E., Skradski, J. Improving Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) Utilization in a Community Pharmacy Setting. [no funding sought]
  • Mack M, Hanuman S, Knezevich E. Utilization of Nebraska’s prescription drug monitoring program to analyze the effect of continuous glucose monitors on medication adherence. [No funding sought]
  • White ND, Tolman J, Fuji K, Knezevich E, Risoldi-Cochrane Z. Evaluation of teaching strategies within a dual-pathway doctor of pharmacy program. [no funding sought]

Awards and Honors

  • Dr Pete Ellerbeck Memorial Outstanding Teaching Award, Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, 2018
  • Educator of the Year, Rho Chi, 2013
  • Fr. Schlegel Diversity Award, OISSE Core Faculty , 2011
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions Faculty Development Committee, 2011