Department of Pharmacy Practice

Anthony Pattin, Pharm.D.

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Assistant Professor

419.383.1954
Frederic and Mary Wolfe Center 137B
anthony.pattin@utoledo.edu

Education

  • ASHP-accredited Community Pharmacy Residency, The University of Toledo, 2010
  • Doctor of Pharmacy, The University of Toledo, 2009
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Toledo, 2007

Scope of Practice and Curriculum

  • Medication Therapy Management
  • Community Pharmacy Practice
  • Pharmacy Technicians

Professional Experience

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, The University of Toledo
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University

Recent Publications (last five years)

Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts

  • Pattin A.J., Disparities in the use of immunization services among underserved minority patient populations and the role of pharmacy technicians. A Review. J Pharm Technol. (accepted June 2017)

    Pattin A.J., Rowe, Z., Kilgore P.E., Farhat N., Kaurala S., Kaljee L. Engagement in a Diverse Urban Community to Describe Community Residents’ Perceptions of Pharmacists as Immunizers. Inov Pharm.  2016;7(2): Article 5. http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/innovations/vol7/iss2/5
  • Pattin A.J., Kelling S.E., Szyskowski J., Izor M.L., Findley S. The Redesign of a Community Internship Program. J Pharm Pract. 2016;29(3):224-7.
  • Pattin A.J., Szyskowski J. The development of a patient care center in a supermarket chain pharmacy. J Pharm Pract. 2013;26(1):32-5.
  • Pattin A.J., Powers M.F., Lengel A.J. Training community pharmacy technicians about their roles in the provision of medication therapy management services. J Pharm Technol. 2011;27:9-14.
 Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
  • Pattin A.J., Klepser M.E. POC testing in gastroenterology and Hepatology. In: Murphy JE, Lee MW, eds. Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program, 2016 Book 2. GI/Fluids and Nutrition. Lenexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy, 2016:67-79.
Other Publications
  • Pattin, A. Simply put: designation as a healthcare provider would allow me to practice in a way my patients need me to practice. In: Ball L. Provider status: Opportunities for pharmacists and continued progress. Michigan Pharmacist. 2015:53(1):34-6.
  • Powers M.F., Bright D., Pattin A.J., Pharmacy Technicians and Medication Therapy Management. Todays Technician. 11(2), 12(2010).
Peer-Reviewed Abstracts
  • Chackunkal S., Gilkey S., Pattin A., Dereczyk A., Lucarotti R., O’Connell M. Shared learning shared precepting pilot- pharmacy (PharmD) and physician assistant (PA) student Interprofessional education (IPE). J Am Pharm Assoc. (accepted 12/2015).
  • Kelling S., Pattin A., Kilgore P., Erickson S. Barriers to implementation of community-pharmacy based immunization services in Wayne County, Michigan. J Am Pharm Assoc. (accepted 11/2015).
  • Kilgore P.E., Salim, A., Kaljee L, Pattin A.J., Stewart B., Zervos M. A multi-level model for improving immunization rates in the United States: Where are the gaps and opportunities for individual, household and neighborhood-level data? American College of Epidemiology (accepted 8/2015).
  •  Pattin A.J., Farhat N., Kaljee L.K., Kilgore P.E., Kaurala S. Promoting partnership and engagement in a diverse urban community to describe community residents’ perceptions of pharmacists as immunizers. J Am Pharm Assoc. (accepted 12/2014).
  •  Pattin A.J., Lengel A.J., Powers M.F., Training community pharmacy technicians about their roles in the provision of medication therapy management services.  J Am Pharm Assoc. (accepted 12/2009).
Last Updated: 6/12/17