Join this three-part conversation with Dr. Shareen El-Ibiary, Dr. Blake Porter, and Dr. Justin Konkol – experienced pharmacy educators, well-being leaders, and recent participants in ASHP’s Well-Being Ambassador Program. Each episode will discuss their journeys exploring and implementing WBR principles, while leading the way for their learners and organizations.
Blake Porter, PharmD, is an emergency medicine pharmacist clinician and residency program coordinator for the PGY1 and PGY2 emergency medicine pharmacy residencies at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington, VT. After earning his PharmD from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy, he completed two years of residency in Des Moines, Iowa and Rochester, New York. He is also an active member of the Emergency Medicine Pharmacotherapy Research Network.
Amber R. Douglass, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, is a Mental Health Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System / VISN 1 Clinical Resource Hub. She provides virtual care for Veterans with various mental health and substance use disorders in the outpatient setting in the New England states. Dr. Douglass has experience in academia and precepting students from multiple schools of pharmacy and PGY1/2 residents from various sites.
Carly B. Warner, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP, is the pharmacy education and research preceptor and assistant residency program director at Shepherd Center in Atlanta Georgia. She received her PharmD from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy. She completed her PGY1 residency at DeKalb Medical and PGY2 geriatrics residency at the Durham VA. Her interests include spinal-cord injury, geriatrics, and preceptor development. Carly is a proud North Carolinian, always up for a beach trip, and is an avid reader.
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