Pharmacists Selected for Fall 1999 ASHP Foundation Anticoagulation Management Service Traineeship Program
The five-day traineeship provides intensive instruction in organization and management, patient assessment and education, and quality control. Trainees will observe and participate in the activities of an established anticoagulation management service in a health care system. The fall session will be held Oct. 18-22. The preceptors, sites, and trainees for the fall are:
University of California at San Diego
Preceptors: David S. Adler, Pharm.D.; Robert Weibert, Pharm.D.; and Helen Shen. Pharm.D.
Trainees: Christine A. Price, Pharm.D., North Broward Hospital District, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Wilbert Darwin, Jr. Pharm.D., USPHS/HIS Acoma-Laguna-Canoncito Hospital, San Fidel, NM; Dawn M. Clements, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY; and Tracy E. Williams, St. Joseph Health Center, St. Charles, MO.
University of Maryland at Baltimore
Preceptors: Stuart T. Haines, Pharm.D., BCPS, CDE; Robert Dombrowski, Pharm.D. BCPS; and Carol Baker Rudo, Pharm. D., BCPS.
Trainees: Deepika Maurya, Pharm.D. Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital, Darby, PA; John C. Larkin, Pharm.D., St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville, TN; Larry D. Gudgel, Pharm.D. United States Air Force Medical Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH.
University of Washington
Preceptors: V. de Paul Burkhart, M.S., FASHP and Ann K. Wittkowsky, Pharm.D.
Trainees: Daphne B. Bernard, Pharm.D., Howard University School of Pharmacy, Washington, D.C.; Anna Christakos, Veterans Affairs NY Harbor Health Care-System, Brooklyn, NY; Matthew J. Young, Pharm.D., Columbia Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, Idaho Falls, ID.
University of Wisconsin
Preceptors: Christine A. Sorkness. Pharm.D. and Denise Walbrandt-Pigarelli, Pharm.D.
Trainees: Sharon K. Foust, Pharm.D., Trinity Regional Hospital, Fort Dodge, Iowa; Donna K. Harlow, Northwest Medical Center, Thief River Falls, Minn.; Susanna M. Robinson, St. Joseph Mercy Medical Clinic, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; James J. Tomsche, Pharm.D., SMDC Health System, Duluth Minn.
The program will be offered again in the spring of 2000. Applications are currently available via fax by calling the Fax-on-Demand System at 301-664-8888 and requesting documents #702 and #703. Applications may also be obtained through the ASHP Foundation's Web site at www.ashpfoundation.org. The deadline for submission is January 1, 2000.
The ASHP Research and Education Foundation was established in 1968 by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists as a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization. The mission of the Foundation is to foster research, educational, and consensus-development activities that enable health-system pharmacists to expand their capacity to help people make the best use of medicines. The Foundation gives priority to programs that will have a high impact on improving the public health.