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Pharmacist -Emergency Medicine

Location:
Cramerton, North Carolina, United States
Posted:
March 24, 2011

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ALICE L. IP, PHARM.D

**** ********* ***** ********, ** 28054

Cell: (240) ***-****

Office: (704) ***-**** x8442

Email: c27zos@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Gaston Memorial Hospital Gastonia, NC

PGY2, Emergency Medicine Residency, July 2010-June 2011

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

PGY1 Residency, July 2009-June 2010

Howard University School of Pharmacy Washington, DC

Doctor of Pharmacy, May 2009

University of Maryland College Park, MD

Bachelor of Science in Life Science, May 2001 (Neurobiology and Physiology)

PHARMACY LICENSURE AND BOARD CERTIFICATION

State of North Carolina License #21397 December 2010 - December 2011

State of District of Columbia License #Ph100000713 August 2009 - February 2011

Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) July 2009 - June 2011

Basic Life Support (BLS) July 2009 - June 2011

Pediatrics Advance Life Support (PALS) September 2010 - September 2012

PGY-2 EMERGENCY PHARMACY PRACTICE ROTATIONS

Carolinas Poison Center Charlotte, NC

Toxicology – Anna Dulaney, PharmD, DABAT

January 2011

• Followed in-house patient consults made to the toxicology service

• Reviewed and presented cases daily with faculty during didactic sessions

• Made follow-up calls to outside hospitals under direction of toxicologist, making treatment recommendations when appropriate

Gaston Memorial Hospital Gastonia, NC

Emergency Management – Jayne Kendall, MD

December 2010

• Studied policies and procedures in the emergency department

• Reviewed the role of being a member of Emergency Medicine Physicians (EMP)

• Analyzed management procedures in the emergency department

Gaston Memorial Hospital Gastonia, NC

Pediatric Emergency Medicine I – Connie Street, PharmD, BCPS, Justin Sotomayor, PharmD,

November 2010 - December 2010

• Developed pediatric antimicrobial outpatient follow-up program

• Participated in direct patient care, focusing on pediatrics in the emergency department

• Prepared medications for conscious sedation in pediatrics patients, including IV preparations and drug recommendations

• Presented formal patient case discussion topics to preceptors

Gaston Memorial Hospital Gastonia, NC

Adult Emergency Medicine I – Connie Street, PharmD, Justin Sotomayor, PharmD,

September 2010 - October 2010

• Participated in direct patient care within patient rooms in the emergency department

• Responded to rapid responses and code blue, including IV preparations and drug recommendations

• Presented formal patient case discussion topics to preceptors

• Provided an in-service to nursing staff about “Atleplase” use in the emergency department

• Developed a par-list of antidotes for trauma project

Gaston Memorial Hospital Gastonia, NC

Critical Care – Mike Hance, PharmD, Jill McHugh, PharmD, August 2010 - September 2010

• Completed pharmacy consults chosen by preceptor

• Follow patients admitted to the medical intensive care units and surgical intensive care unit from admission to discharge

• Evaluated medication regimens for appropriateness and discussing with preceptors on a daily basis

• Provided an in-service presentation for the surgical intensive care unit staff about the use of “Entereg”

Gaston Memorial Hospital Gastonia, NC

Orientation Learning Experience – Mayur Desai, PharmD, July 2010 – August 2010

• Oriented to operations, responsibilities, procedures, and hospital policies

• Documented direct patient care activities during clinical pharmacy consults

• Completed pharmacist orientation modules for basic pharmacy operations

PGY-2 EMERGENCY PHARMACY PRACTICE ROTATIONS TO BE COMPLETED

Gaston Memorial Hospital February 2011 Adult Emergency Medicine II

Gaston Memorial Hospital March 2011

NICU

Gaston Memorial Hospital April 2011

Pediatric Emergency Medicine II

Gaston Memorial Hospital May 2011

Pre-Hospital Care

Gaston Memorial Hospital May 2011-June2011

Trauma

PGY-1 PHARMACY PRACTICE ROTATIONS

Howard University Washington, DC

Surgical Intensive Care Unit – Soon Park, PharmD, April 2010– May 2010

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

HIV Ambulatory Clinic – Monika Daftary, PharmD, March 2010 – April 2010

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC Oncology -Fredric Lombardo, PharmD, January 2010–March 2010

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

Anticoagulation Clinic – Daphne Bernard, PharmD, December 2009 – January 2010

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

Medical Intensive Care Unit – Jerome Pittman, PharmD, October 2009 – December 2009

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

Diabetes Treatment Center – Ranti Akiyode, PharmD, September 2009 – October 2009

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

Internal Medicine - Beverly Mims, PharmD, R.Ph., August 2009 -September 2009

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

Administrative Rotation – Fessessework Assebe, PharmD, July 2009 – August 2009

SCHOLASTIC ROTATIONS

Howard University Hospital Washington, DC

Medical Intensive Care Unit – Jerome Pittman, PharmD, March 2009 – April 2009

Children’s National Medical Center Washington, DC

General Medicine – Vickie Schafer, PharmD, February 2009 – March 2009

Providence Hospital Washington, DC

Internal Medicine – Patricia Ayuk-Noumendem, PharmD, January 2009 – February 2009

Veterans Affairs Medical Center Washington, DC

Primary Care Pharmacy – Babatunde Osun, PharmD, November 2008 – December 2008

John Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD

Surgical Intensive Care Unit – Lindsay Helms, PharmD, September 2008-October 2008

• Provided an in-service presentation on fluconazole prophylaxis in the intensive care unit

Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore, MD

Internal Medicine – Daryn K. Norwood, PharmD, August 2008- September 2008

Albany Medical Center Albany, NY

Infectious Disease Stewardship – Ben Lomaestro, PharmD, June 2008 – August 2008

• Developed a recommended drug interaction voriconazole notice sheet for use throughout the

hospital

Georgetown University Hospital Washington, DC

Ambulatory Care – Prisca Anamelechi, PharmD, May 2008- June 2008

• Helped develop a newly designed warfarin protocol format for anticoagulant clinic

Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD

Pharmacy Internship Program – Nathan Thompson, PharmD, MBA, June 2007-August 2007

• Organized and presented special projects including inventory protocols and audits

of all the pharmacies within the hospital

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Howard University School of Pharmacy Washington, DC

School Faculty Assistant – Dr. Govind J Kapadia, Professor , Fall semester 2009

Center for Minority Studies, Inc Washington, DC

Pharmacist Diabetes Care Campaign – Daneka L. Ivory, PharmD, December 2008 – May 2009

Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD

Pharmacy Technician– Amisha Patel, PharmD, August 2007 – December 2008

Costco Wholesales Pharmacy Beltsville, MD

Certified Pharmacy Technician – Tony Toa RPh, September 2001-March 2005

Celera Genomics Rockville, MD

Laboratory Technician – Angela Center, February 2002-June 2002

First Choice Physicians Rockville, MD

Chiropractic Technician, Dr. Jay Greenstein, October 1998-July1999

CVS Pharmacy Beltsville, MD

Pharmacy Technician -Connie Banks RPh and Mia Wyatt RPh, February 1996-August 1999

PRESENTATIONS

Carolinas Poison Center January 2011

“Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCA) Toxicity: Sodium Bicarbonate Bolus versus Infusion?”- presentation project presented to toxicology service

Gaston Memorial Hospital December 2010

“The Emergence of Healthcare-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus

(HA-MRSA) from the Community: A Trend and Shift in Epidemiology” - ACPE lecture

Howard University Hospital April 2010

“Management of MRSA Infections in HIV-Infected Patients” - ACPE lecture

Howard University Hospital November 2009

“Formulary Drugs at HUH Which Require Renal Adjustments” – provided an in-service presentation to nursing staff

Howard University Hospital April 2009

“Total Parental Nutrition” – general overview to preceptor and students

Children’s National Medical Center March 2009

“Orbital Cellulitus in Children” - general overview to preceptors and students

Providence Hospital February 2009

“Cystic Fibrosis” – provided a general overview of cystic fibrosis to preceptor and students

Veterans Affairs Medical Center November 2008

“Respiratory Inhalers at Veterans Affairs Medical Center” – provided an in-service presentation of current formulary inhalers used at the hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital October 2008

“Fluconazole Prophylaxis in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit” – provided an in-service presentation about why the SICU should prophylax patients with fluconazole

Georgetown University Hospital May 2008 “Diabetes Mellitus: An Insight into the Cause, Diagnosis, and Management” – provided a general overview of diabetes to pharmacists

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Gaston Memorial Hospital October 2010- present

“Potential cost-avoidance associated with bedside interventions made by clinical pharmacists in a community emergency department”

Howard University Hospital October 2009– December 2009

“Utilizing antimicrobial stewardship pharmacy services in an inner-city hospital Emergency Department for appropriate antibiotic use”

CLINICAL PROJECTS

Gaston Memorial Hospital February 2011

Non-Formulary Review: Nexiclon®

Gaston Memorial Hospital November-December 2010

Medication Use Evaluation: The purpose of this review is to analyze the cost effectiveness related to length of stay (LOS), time to extubation, and total hospital costs in patients receiving Precedex® compared to propofol

Howard University Hospital August 2009 – June 2010 Medication Use Evaluation: Evaluate the assessment, treatment and documentation of restricted antibiotic use in accordance with guidelines and infectious disease consults

Howard University Hospital August 2009 – June 2010

ADR: Evaluation of adverse drug reaction cases and documentations

LEADERSHIP SKILLS

Pharmacy Rounds, Co-preceptor July 2009 – July 2010

Journal Club, Co-preceptor July 2009 – July 2010

Kappa Epsilon Pharmaceutical Fraternity – Vice President 2007-2008

Cheesecake Factory Restaurant – District Trainer 2002-2005

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) 2009 -present

American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) 2009 -present

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) 2008 -present

American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA) 2006 -2010

NBA Washington Wizards 2001-2002

COMMUNITY SERVICES

Annual Breast Cancer Walk – Kappa Epsilon – Washington, DC 2007

DC Central Kitchen – Help the Homeless - Washington, DC 2006

Hill Haven Nursing Home - Hypertension Education - Beltsville, MD 2006

NBA Washington Wizards - Toy drive – Washington, DC 2001

Salvation Army Harbor Lights – Help the Homeless - Washington, DC 2001

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCES

Cheesecake Factory Restaurant Rockville, MD

District Trainer, Server – Sean O’Neil, February 1995-August 2005

• Provided customer service and assisted management with new store openings on the East Coast as district trainer for newly hired employees

• Developed ability to multitask and troubleshoot customer service issues when necessary

REFERENCES

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