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6/1/2018 Clinical Specialist and Scientist

Michael Scalese

Assistant Clinical Professor

6/1/2018 Inpatient Care Practitioner

Hillary Guadagno

Director of Pharmacy

6/1/2018 Ambulatory Care Practitioner

Edward M. Saito

Edward’s Story Dr. Saito earned his Pharm.D. from Creighton University (Omaha, NE) in 2012, then completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Moses Cone Hospital (Greensboro, NC) in 2013 and a PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency at Kaiser Permanente Colorado (Denver, CO) in 2014. He is currently Assis

6/1/2018 Pharmacy Practice Leadership

Erica Diamantides

Specialty Pharmacy Manager

5/23/2018 Opioid Management

MAHEC/UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Asheville, NC

Naloxone co-prescribing program in family medicine residency clinic Overview Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) is a large family medicine residency program with integrated clinical pharmacists. We identified patients who met CDC-based criteria for naloxone  — 50 morphine milligram equiva

5/11/2018 Opioid Management

Penobscot Community Health Care, Bangor, ME

Interdisciplinary Controlled Substance Stewardship Committee Overview At Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC), we have developed and implemented an interdisciplinary committee with a focus on improving controlled substance stewardship which we call the Controlled Substance Stewardship (CSS) commi

5/11/2018 Opioid Management

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Prospective pharmacist review of high-risk patients treated with opioids for chronic pain at a family medicine clinic Overview The project evaluated the impact of a pharmacist’s pre-visit review of high-risk patients treated with opioids for chronic pain followed by primary care providers at a famil

5/11/2018 Opioid Management

Baptist Memorial Healthcare, Memphis, TN

Opioid-light initiative: A multi-modal approach to reduce opioid prescribing in the emergency department Overview Tennessee ranks second nationally in opioid-related deaths — approximately 80 percent involve prescription opioids. Due to the alarming rate of opioid use and associated overdoses in our

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