Career Paths in Community Pharmacy eReport

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This eReport is designed to provide you with a real-life, concise introduction to the changing world of community pharmacy. You will find two perspectives from experienced practitioners in this area, one perspective from a new practitioner, and two perspectives from two current residents, as well as references and a list of links and resources.

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This eReport is designed to provide you with a real-life, concise introduction to the changing world of community pharmacy. You will find two perspectives from experienced practitioners in this area, one perspective from a new practitioner, and two perspectives from two current residents, as well as references and a list of links and resources. 

Community pharmacy is one of the best places to connect pharmacists with patients considering a community pharmacist’s daily responsibilities involve multiple interactions and regular consultations with patients. Community pharmacy offers the opportunity to participate in a spectrum of pharmacy skills ranging from dispensing activities to medication therapy management (MTM). Additionally, pharmacists in the community environment may be involved in many regulatory, managerial, and other activities such as administering immunizations. Community pharmacy offers a unique postgraduate training environment with many programs in innovative settings, a fast-paced environment, and varied opportunities to establish lasting relationships with patients and other healthcare providers.
 

Jaclyn Boyle, PharmD, MS, BCPS, RPh

Jaclyn Boyle is an Assistant Professor for Community Pharmacy Innovation in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). She graduated from NEOMED and completed a PGY1 pharmacy practice residency and PGY2 internal medicine/academia residency at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center in Chardon, OH. Prior to receiving her doctorate, Boyle received a Master of Science in Pharmacology and Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences from The Ohio State University. She is currently enrolled in a Master of Business Administration program at The University of Findlay. Her responsibilities at NEOMED include on-campus teaching, coordination of several skills-based courses and residency preparation activities, and other academic service commitments.

Dr. Boyle currently serves ASHP on the Small and Rural Hospitals Section Advisory Group, acts as the ASHP-SSHP Mentor for NEOMED’s SSHP chapter, and has developed and edited a new series of eReports on Career Paths in Pharmacy. She also is the Division Director for Professional Affairs for the Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists, is acting Chair of the Residency Expansion Committee, and is assuming a Co-Chair position for the Ohio PPMI Task Force in 2015. Boyle also is actively involved in leadership roles within the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and Lambda Kappa Sigma. Her practice site encompasses delivering services to the NEOMED health plan and developing new and innovative ambulatory services in an outpatient primary care clinic.

 

Rayna Czenkner, PharmD

Rayna Czenkner is Pharmacy Manager, Marc’s Pharmacy, Cleveland, OH.

 

Benjamin King, PharmD

Benjamin King is Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH. Dr. King completed at PGY1 community pharmacy residency at AxessPointe Community Health Center, Akron, OH.

 

Daniel Krinsky, MS, RPh

Daniel Krinsky is Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Northeast Ohio Medical University, College of Pharmacy, Rootstown, OH.

 

Margaret Lamb, RPh, FACVP

Margaret Lamb is Compounding Pharmacist, Sand Run Pharmacy, Akron, OH, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Northeast Ohio Medical University, College of Pharmacy, Rootstown, OH.

 

Lauren Wolfe, PharmD

Lauren Wolfe is Clinical Instructor of Pharmacy Practice, Northeast Ohio Medical University, College of Pharmacy, Rootstown, OH. Dr. Wolfe completed her PGY1 community pharmacy residency at Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH.