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Pharmacist

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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, United States
Posted:
May 28, 2018

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Kirby E. Goins, Pharm. D.

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Charleston, SC 29492

ac5m87@r.postjobfree.com

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EDUCATION

Doctor of Pharmacy

Medical University of South Carolina, SCCP- Charleston, South Carolina August 2012 – May 2016

Pre-Pharmacy Coursework

Augusta State University - Augusta, Georgia

May 2012 – July 2012

Pre-Pharmacy Coursework

Mercer University - Macon, Georgia

August 2009 – May 2012

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

PGY-2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Residency Program

Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Charleston, South Carolina Residency Director: Dana Chiulli, Pharm. D., BCPP

July 2017 – Present

PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program

Carl Vinson Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Dublin, Georgia Residency Director: Deborah Hobbs, Pharm. D.

June 2016 – June 2017

LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION

South Carolina State Board of Pharmacy License

License No. 36725

July 2016 – Present

Academia Preparation Program

Medical University of South Carolina

In Progress

Teaching and Learning Development Certificate

South University School of Pharmacy

June 2017

Advance Cardiac Life Support Certificate

American Heart Association

December 2016 – Present

Basic Life Support Certificate

American Heart Association

December 2016 – Present

Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Certificate

American Pharmacist Association

October 2014

Pharmacist and Patient Centered Diabetes Care Certificate American Pharmacist Association

September 2014

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OCCUPATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Clinical Staff Outpatient Pharmacist

Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center- Dual Appointment Staffing August 2017 – Present

Clinical Staff Outpatient/ Inpatient Pharmacist

Carl Vinson Veterans Affair Medical Center- Dual Appointment Staffing August 2016 – June 2017

Pharmacy Intern

Costco Pharmacy

July 2013 – June 2016

Pharmacy Technician

Rite Aid Pharmacy

May 2009 – May 2011

PGY-2 CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

Mental Health Consult Service

Preceptor: Christine Pelic, MD

§ Actively participated in mental health consult service

§ Reviewed medication profiles to ensure appropriate safety and efficacy, indication, duplication of therapy, drug-drug interactions, or suboptimal therapy

§ Communicated medication and monitoring recommendations to medical team to improve patient care

May 2018

Mental Health Intensive Case Management (MHICM)

Preceptors: Melanie Smith, APRN and Paul Everman, MD

§ Actively participated in MHICM home visits with multidisciplinary collaboration including physicians, nurse practitioners, and social workers

§ Reviewed medication profiles to ensure appropriate safety and efficacy, indication, duplication of therapy, drug-drug interactions, or suboptimal therapy

§ Communicated medication and monitoring recommendations to MHICM team in a timely manner

March 2018 – April 2018

Neurology

Preceptor: Alison Martin, Pharm.D., BCPS

§ Independently managed patients being treated in the pharmacist led neurology clinic

§ Designed, implemented, and monitored therapeutic drug plans to achieve patient centered outcomes

§ Independently completed progress notes, ordered refills and new prescriptions as appropriate, scheduled labs, and subsequent appointments

§ Led and participated in weekly neurology focused topic discussions for fellow PGY-2 and PGY-1 residents

February 2018 – March 2018

Academic Detailing (Targeted Provider Education)

Preceptor: Callie Lavinghousez, Pharm. D., BCPS, BCPP

§ Promoted evidence-based prescribing of medications for alcohol use disorder to prescribers identified based on patient panel review and prescribing patterns

§ Conducted and scheduled academic detailing meetings with health care providers in the inpatient and outpatient setting

January 2018

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§ Actively participated in the creation of a quick order set for AUD pharmacotherapy in the inpatient setting

§ Provided inpatient residents with educational materials and medication ordering guide for AUD medications

Inpatient Mental Health

Preceptor: Robert Ferguson, Pharm. D., BCPP

§ Actively participated in multidisciplinary psychiatric team rounds as the primary pharmacy representative

§ Served as a resource for medication related questions

§ Completed medication monitoring, provided recommendations

§ Completed admission medication reconciliation

§ Completed discharge medication reconciliation and discharge counseling

§ Creating a quick order set for as needed medications for agitation to ensure compliance with Joint Commission standards

November 2017 – December

2017

Outpatient Pain Management

Preceptor: Anthony Abramczyk, Pharm. D., BCPS

§ Independently managed patients being treated in the pharmacist led pain management clinic

§ Designed, implemented, and monitored therapeutic drug plans to achieve patient centered outcomes

§ Independently completed progress notes, ordered refills and new prescriptions as appropriate, scheduled labs, and subsequent appointments September 2017 – October

2017

Population Management (Longitudinal)

Preceptor: Dana Chiulli, Pharm. D., BCPP

§ Utilized Psychotropic Drug Safety Initiative (PDSI) dashboard to identify patients receiving lithium and implemented appropriate laboratory and prescription monitoring to ensure safe and effective prescribing

§ Utilized PDSI dashboard to identify patients with untreated alcohol use disorder

(AUD) and implement brief intervention and AUD pharmacotherapy when clinically appropriate

August 2017 – Present

Pharmacy Benefits Management (Longitudinal)

Preceptor: Dana Chiulli, Pharm. D., BCPP

§ Complete psychiatric electronic consult requests from providers in a timely manner

§ Complete Prior Authorization and Non-Formulary Drug Requests and assist with appropriate formulary management

§ Created and implemented local criteria for use for vortioxetine and presented to P&T for facility approval

August 2017 – Present

Clozapine Treatment Team (Longitudinal)

Preceptor: Dana Chiulli, Pharm. D., BCPP

§ Ensure required laboratory monitoring is completed and appropriate prior to dispensing clozapine to patients

August 2017 – Present

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§ Independently complete comprehensive clozapine patient chart reviews to ensure appropriateness of clozapine therapy, reduce polypharmacy, and monitor for possible drug-drug interactions

§ Correspond with the Veterans Affairs National Clozapine Coordinating Center when initiating, terminating, or requiring an override to continue clozapine treatment

Outpatient Mental Health (Longitudinal)

Preceptor: Dana Chiulli, Pharm. D., BCPP

§ Independently manage patients being treated for mental health disease states including depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar, schizophrenia, personality disorder, substance use disorder, and insomnia

§ Manage patients in various clinics Homeless Patient Aligned Care Team (HPACT), general mental health, telemental health, and telephone clinics

§ Provide continuity of care through a longitudinal outpatient telemental health clinic

August 2017 – Present

PGY-1 CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

Patient Aligned Care Team Pain and Inpatient Hospice Preceptor: Marci Swanson, Pharm. D.

§ Independently conducted monthly drug regimen reviews for Veterans residing in the hospice house

§ Actively participated in multidisciplinary team meetings as the pharmacy representative and served as a resource for medication related questions

§ Designed, implemented, and monitored therapeutic drug plans to achieve definite outcomes in patients with chronic pain via telephone June 2017

Antimicrobial Stewardship/Acute Care

Preceptor: Kim Clarke, Pharm. D.

§ Provided pharmacokinetic dosing and therapeutic drug monitoring for aminoglycosides, vancomycin, and narrow therapeutic index medications for patients on the acute medical ward

§ Participated in daily rounds with the interdisciplinary team and identified medication-related problems and made recommendations if appropriate

§ Optimized antibiotic therapy and providing antimicrobial stewardship for patients on the acute medical ward

May 2017

Ambulatory Care II

Patient Aligned Care Team, Milledgeville Community Based Outpatient Clinic Telehealth, and Hepatitis C

Preceptors: Donnell Williams, Pharm. D., BCPS, BCGP and Ria Mathew, Pharm. D., BCPS

§ Designed, implemented, and monitored therapeutic drug plans to achieve definite outcomes in patients with diabetes, hypertension, heart failure, dyslipidemia, and COPD via telephone and video conferencing

§ Selected patient-specific treatment regimens for hepatitis C infection in mono- infected, co-infected, or post-liver transplant patients

§ Participated in shared medical appointments by providing education for patients with hepatitis C

April 2017

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Advanced Outpatient Mental Health

Preceptor: Meredith Blalock, Pharm. D., BCPP, BCPS, BCGP, CDE

§ Independently managed patients treated for mental health including depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar, schizophrenia, personality disorder, substance use disorder, and insomnia.

§ Designed, implemented, and monitored benzodiazepine discontinuation tapers March 2017

Home Based Primary Care (HBPC)

Preceptor: Chad Potts, Pharm. D., BCPS

§ Independently conducted annual and quarterly drug regimen reviews for patients enrolled in the home based primary care program

§ Rounded with the HBPC physician and nurses to the Veterans’ homes and assist with medication management

§ Actively participated in multidisciplinary team meetings as the pharmacy representative and served as a resource for medication related questions

§ Presented an in-service education session to the HBPC team on evaluation, prevention, and treatment of vitamin D deficiency

February 2017

Geriatrics (Community Living Center – Long Term Care) Preceptor: Benjamin Selph, Pharm. D., BCGP

§ Independently conducted monthly drug regimen reviews for Veterans residing on the Community Living Centers on 8A East, 8A West and 17B

§ Independently managed anticoagulation therapy in the inpatient setting

§ Actively participated in multidisciplinary team meetings as the pharmacy representative and served as a resource for medication related questions January 2017

Population Management (Longitudinal)

Preceptors: Brooke Butler Pharm. D., BCPP, BCGP and Marci Swanson, Pharm. D.

§ Utilized population management dashboard to identify patients with low rates of antidepressant refill compliance

§ Implemented direct to patient education regarding importance of antidepressant adherence and appropriate refill management

§ Utilized population management dashboard to identify patients at increased risk for potential opioid overdose based on RIOSORD scoring

§ Provided education to prescribers regarding high-risk opioid use and naloxone prescribing and utilization

§ Provided education to patients regarding high-risk opioid use and appropriate naloxone utilization and safety information

November 2016 – June 2017

Ambulatory Care I

Patient Aligned Care Team Blue Team

Preceptors: Spencer Lei Jones, Pharm. D. and Paul Hansen, Pharm. D.

§ Managed patients being treated for diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, congestive heart failure, COPD, and obesity

§ Advanced skills in monitoring and assessing the outcomes of drug therapy including physical assessment and interpretation of laboratory and other diagnostic parameters

November 2016

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Mental Health

Residential Rehabilitation and Treatment Program/ Outpatient Mental Health Preceptors: Meredith Blalock, Pharm. D., BCPP, BCPS, BCGP, CDE and Brooke Butler Pharm. D., BCPP, BCGP

§ Independently managed patients treated for mental health rehabilitation as well as chronic disease states such as diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia

§ Reviewed laboratory outcomes, performed patient education, and adjusted warfarin dosages as needed

§ Actively participated at weekly interdisciplinary team meetings for the Substance Abuse Program, Homeless Program, and PTSD program

October 2016

Anticoagulation

Warfarin and Direct Oral Anticoagulants

Preceptor: Kathleen Greer, Pharm. D., BCACP

§ Independently led patient interviews, reviewed laboratory outcomes, performed patient education and adjusted warfarin dosages

§ Completed bridging schedules as needed

§ Independently completed progress notes, ordered refills and new prescriptions, scheduled labs for subsequent appointments, and appropriately closed all encounters

§ Created and implemented a quick order set for dabigatran into CPRS for use by prescribers

September 2016

Hospice/Palliative Care and Dementia

Preceptor: Ben Selph, Pharm. D., BCGP, Brooke Butler, Pharm. D., BCPP, BCGP, and Marci Swanson, Pharm. D.

§ Independently conducted monthly drug regimen reviews for Veterans on 12A

(palliative care unit), 10A (dementia and Alzheimer’s unit), and the hospice unit

§ Actively participated in interdisciplinary team meetings, made clinical recommendations, and answered medication questions from the team

§ Presented a formal continuing education presentation on deprescribing medications to clinical pharmacy staff and preceptors

§ Created and implemented a quick order set for topical lidocaine patch into CPRS for use by prescribers

July 2016

Inpatient and Outpatient Staffing (Longitudinal)

Preceptor: Kristina Woods, Pharm. D.

§ Verify inpatient and outpatient orders through Vista after appropriately checking for allergies, drug-drug interactions, renal/hepatic impairment, and/or contraindications

§ Contact providers if an inappropriate or duplicate medication is ordered

§ Check IV preparations prior to delivery and outpatient prescriptions prior to dispensing

August 2016 – July 2017

Academia (Longitudinal)

Preceptor: Dr. Andrea McKeever

§ Provide medication education to Veterans during the biweekly diabetes education class and monthly MOVE! Program meetings

§ Primary preceptor for students from the University of Georgia, Mercer University, South Carolina College of Pharmacy, and PCOM on advanced pharmacy practice ambulatory care learning experiences

August 2016 – July 2017

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§ Lead and participate in topic discussions with clinical pharmacy staff and advanced pharmacy practice experience students

§ Identify and report medication adverse drug reactions in the VA Adverse Drug Reaction System (VA-ADERS) as indicated

Administrative (Longitudinal)

Preceptor: Laura Miller, Pharm. D., Michael Riner, Pharm. D., BCPS

§ Proficient in VISTA and CPRS prescription processing systems

§ Made clinical recommendations to providers regarding drug therapy

§ Processed non-formulary and prior authorization drug requests in a timely manner

§ Actively participated in Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee meetings and document the minutes and action plan for distribution to all P&T committee members and persons in attendance

§ Independently completed electronic consults for providers in a timely manner June 2016 – July 2017

RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

Psychiatric Pharmacy Residency Research Project

Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

§ Goins K., Chiulli D. (2018, April). Implementation of a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Managed Alcohol Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy at a Veterans Affairs Hospital. The College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP). Indianapolis, Indiana.

August 2017 – Present

Invega Sustenna Medical Use Evaluation

Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

§ Results provided insight into prescribing patterns and required monitoring. Results were presented to P&T Committee and education was provided to prescribers to ensure evidenced-based prescribing practices.

December 2016 – June 2017

Strategic Analytics for Improvement and Learning Metrics Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

§ Contacted Veterans that were past-due for refills on antidepressant medications to identify patterns in medication non-adherence

November 2016 – June 2017

Pharmacy Practice Residency Research Project

Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

§ Goins K., Swanson M., Hobbs D. (2017, April). Implementation of an Opioid Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (OEND) Shared Medical Appointment. Southeastern Residency Conference. Athens, GA.

§ Goins K., Swanson M., Hobbs D., Ghali J., Mathai M. Establishing an Opioid Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (OEND) Shared Medical Appointment at the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center (Project Design). Poster Presentation. Presented preliminary results at the American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists (ASHP) Midyear Clinical Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. December 2016.

August 2016 – June 2017

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The Pharmacy Corner

Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

§ Goins, K. (2017, June). Abuse-Deterrent Opioid Medications. The Pharmacy Corner, page 1.

§ Goins, K. (2016, November). Don’t Bring the Flu to Thanksgiving: Who Should Receive the Influenza Vaccine. The Pharmacy Corner, page 4.

§ Goins, K. (2016, November). P&T Highlights. The Pharmacy Corner, page 3.

§ Goins, K. (2016, September). P&T Highlights. The Pharmacy Corner, page 3. September 2016 – June 2017

Overview of PTSD Continuing Education

Centralized Mail Order Pharmacy

§ Presented a continuing education presentation to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians on PTSD clinical presentation, treatment guidelines, and potential inappropriate pharmacotherapy

October 2017

“When to Cut Bait: Deprescribing Medications” Continuing Education Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

§ Presented a continuing education presentation to clinical pharmacists and APPE students on identifying medications eligible for discontinuation and implementing deprescribing strategies

July 2016

SELECT PRESENTATIONS

Impact of a Mental Health Clinical Pharmacist on a Primary Care Mental Health Integration Team

CPNP National Psychiatry Resident Community Journal Club February 2018

Depression and Suicide Risk Assessment in the Primary Care Setting Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

August 2017

Trial of Pregabalin for Acute and Chronic Sciatica Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

June 2017

Evaluation, Treatment, and Prevention of Vitamin D Deficiency Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

February 2017

Naloxone Education for Prescribers

Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

January 2017

Comparative Effectiveness of Clozapine and Standard Antipsychotic Treatment in Adults with Schizophrenia

Carl Vinson VA Medical Center

October 2016

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP

Clinical Pharmacy Practice Office Mental Health Subject Matter Expert Workgroup 2017 – Present

American Society of Health – Systems Pharmacists (ASHP)

§ ASHP Poster Mentor (December 2016)

2016 – Present

American Pharmacist Association – Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) South Carolina College of Pharmacy

§ Vice President of Membership (2015 – 2016)

§ Operation Immunization Chair (2014 – 2015)

2012 – 2015

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South Carolina Pharmacy Association

South Carolina College of Pharmacy

2012 – 2015

Kappa Epsilon Professional Pharmacy Fraternity

South Carolina College of Pharmacy

§ Chaplain (2014 – 2015)

2013 – 2015

Student Interprofessional Society (SIPS)

Medical University of South Carolina

2012 – 2014

American Society of Consulting Pharmacists

South Carolina College of Pharmacy

2012 – 2013

Association of Pre-Pharmacy Students (APPS)

Mercer University

§ President (2011 – 2012)

§ Secretary (2010 – 2011)

2009 – 2012

AWARDS AND HONORS

South Carolina College of Pharmacy Dean’s Scholarship Medical University of South Carolina

2012 – 2016

Brent T. Brady Scholarship

Medical University of South Carolina

2015

Presidential Scholar and Deans List

Mercer University

2009 – 2014

Tift College Scholar

Mercer University

2009 – 2014

Alpha Epsilon Delta Healthcare Honor Society

Mercer University

2012

Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society

Mercer University

2012

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Stand Down Against Homelessness

The Vet Center - North Charleston, South Carolina

October 2017

Volunteer Pharmacist

Joy! Clinic - Dublin, Georgia

August 2016 – May 2017

Diabetes Support Group

The Benton House - Dublin, Georgia

October 2016 – April 2017

Christmas Gift Drive

Duncan-McRae Assisted Living Facility - Mt. Vernon, Georgia December 2016

Hot Dog Ministry

East Cooper Baptist Church - Charleston, South Carolina December 2015

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Generation RX

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School - Charleston, South Carolina January 2015

CARES Clinic- Diabetes Night

Medical University of South Carolina - Charleston, South Carolina September 2015, March 2014

Sock It To Cancer

Kappa Epsilon Professional Fraternity - Charleston, South Carolina November 2013, 2014, 2015

Medication Adherence and Safety in Older Adults

Savannah House - Charleston, South Carolina

June 2013

Sugar Free Fall Festival

Medical University of South Carolina - Charleston, South Carolina October 2012, 2013, 2014

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