Department of Pharmacy Practice

Bryan Bishop, Pharm.D., BCPS

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Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

419.383.1508
bryan.bishop2@utoledo.edu

Education 

 

  • PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency,  Akron City Hospital – Summa Health System 
  • Pharmacy Residency Teaching Certificate Program, Northeast Ohio Medical University College of Pharmacy 
  • Doctor of Pharmacy, The University of Toledo
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Toledo

 

Scope of Practice and Curriculum

Drug Information and Professional Practice Development

Professional Experience
  • Casual Staff Pharmacist, Mercy Health 
  • Clinical Pharmacist – Emergency Medicine     
  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Ohio Northern University College of Pharmacy
  • Casual Staff Pharmacist, Akron City Hospital – Summa Health System
Recent Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Trimble A, Bishop BM, and Rampe N. Medication Errors Associated with the Transition from Insulin Pens to Insulin Vials. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy. Accepted for publication 11/2015.
  2. Petite SE, Bishop BM, and Mauro VF. Role of the funny current inhibitor ivabradine in cardiac pharmacotherapy: A systematic review. American Journal of Therapeutics. Accepted for publication 10/2015.
  3. Bishop BM. Endovascular Interventions for Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Review of Recent Trials. Annals of Pharmacotherapy. Epub ahead of print. 2015 Dec 31.
  4. Bishop BM. Pharmacotherapy Considerations in Transgender Patients: A Brief Review. Pharmacotherapy 2015; 35(12): 1130-9.
  5. Bishop BM. Endovascular therapy for ischemic stroke.  New England Journal of Medicine 2015; 372: 2364. Letter.
  6. Bishop BM. Involving pharmacy technicians and students in the emergency department to expand care provided by clinical pharmacists. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2015; 72: 993-4.
  7. Bishop BM. Potential and Emerging Treatment Options for Ebola Virus Disease. Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2015; 49: 196-206.
  8. Bishop BM. Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Emergency Department: Challenges, Opportunities, and a Call to Action for Pharmacists. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Epub ahead of print 6/2015.
  9. Bishop BM and Shumate L. Coping with death in the patient care setting. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2015; 72: 918-20.
  10. Bishop BM. Systematic Review of CETP Inhibitors for Increasing High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol: Where do These Agents Stand in the Approval Process? American Journal of Therapeutics 2015; 22(2): 147-58.
  11. Bishop BM. Riociguat for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2014; 71: 1839-44.
  12. Bishop BM, Bon JJ, Trienski TL, Pasquale TR, Martin BR, and File TM Jr. Effect of Introducing Procalcitonin on Antimicrobial Therapy Duration in Patients With Sepsis and/or Pneumonia in the Intensive Care Unit. Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2014; 48(5): 577-83.
  13. Bishop BM, Mauro VF, and Khouri SJ. Practical Considerations for the Pharmacotherapy of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. Pharmacotherapy 2012; 32: 838-55.

Presentations

  1. Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Emergency Department:  Challenges and Opportunities, 1.5 CE Podium Presentation. ASHP Midyear Meeting; New Orleans, LA, Dec 2015.
  2. Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals, 1.5 CE Podium Presentation. ASHP Midyear Meeting; New Orleans, LA , Dec 2015.
  3. Coping with Death and Dying, Ohio State SSHP Meeting; Columbus, OH, Oct 2015.
  4. Publishing as a Student and Resident, 0.05 CE Podium Presentation. OSHP Annual Meeting; Columbus, OH, Apr 2015.
  5. Biostatistics Review for BCPS, Inservice for pharmacists at St. Rita’s Medical Center; Lima, OH, Apr 2015.
  6. Supportive and Experimental Therapies for Ebola Virus Disease, 0.1 CE Webinar. ASHP Advantage, Nov 2014.
  7. Publishing During Residency: A Primer for Students, Residents, and Preceptors, 0.05 CE Podium Presentation. OCCP spring meeting; Cleveland, OH, May 2014.
  8. Establishing Antimicrobial Stewardship Practices in the Emergency Department, 0.1 CE Podium Presentation. OSHP Annual Meeting; Columbus, OH, Apr 2014.
  9. What the specialty healthcare professional needs to know about primary immunodeficiency, 0.1 CE Webinar. National Association of Specialty Pharmacy, November 2013.
  10. Additional indications for Immune Globulin for the specialty healthcare professional to consider, 0.15 CE Webinar. National Association of Specialty Pharmacy, Nov 2013.

Non Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Bishop BM. Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Emergency Department. ACCP Emergency Medicine PRN Newsletter. Fall 2014 Volume 5 Issue 2.
  2. Jordan S, Bishop BM, and Floroff C. Clinical Pearl: Novel Biomarkers and Rapid Diagnostic Tests in Critical Care Antimicrobial Stewardship. ACCP Critical Care PRN Newsletter. Fall 2014 Volume 7 Issue 2.

Abstracts

  1. “Impact of pharmacy extenders on providing emergency medicine pharmacy services”. Lindsay DM, Bishop BM, Ash NR, and Branch K. ASHP Annual Midyear Meeting. Dec. 7-11 2014.
  2. “Adherence to medications on electronic order sets for the treatment of community acquired and health care acquired pneumonia in the emergency department”. Filk N, Lindsay DM, and Bishop BM. To be presented at the ASHP Annual Midyear Meeting. Anaheim, CA. Dec. 7-11 2014.
  3. “An Observational Trial Using Procalcitonin to De-Escalate Antimicrobial Therapy in Patients with Sepsis and Pneumonia in the Intensive Care Unit”. Bishop BM, Bon JJ, Trienski TL, Pasquale TR, Martin BR, and File TM Jr. Presented at the Ohio Pharmacy Residency Conference (May 2013) and presented at the Ohio College of Clinical Pharmacy (June 2013).
Last Updated: 6/9/16