Giselle D'Epiro Ellis, Pharm.D.

Medical Education - BSOM
Assistant Professor, Family Medicine & Therapeutics
White Hall 290, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Pharm.D., The Ohio State University
B.S. Pharmaceutical Sciences, The Ohio State University

Professional Licensure, Certification, and Training
August 2016        American Pharmacists Association Immunization Faculty Training  
November 2015        NACDS Point-of-Care Training
June 2015        Comprehensive Motivational Interview Training (comMIt) forHealthcare Providers
November 2014       Tobacco Treatment Specialist Certification
November 2013       Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist
October 2013        Medication Therapy Management Certification and Faculty Training
July 2013–Present      Pharmacist, State of Vermont
January 2012–Present    Authorization to Administer Injectables
November 2011–Present    Pharmacist, State of Pennsylvania
August 2010–Present    Pharmacist, State of Wisconsin
June 2017 (Recertified)    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification
August 2011        AGH Anticoagulation Credential
September 2011        Certified Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Training, American Pharmaceutical Association

Professional Experience
June 2017–Present    Assistant Professor of Therapeutics, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
    •    Review medical school curriculum for pharmacology and pharmacotherapeutics integration
    •    Round with inpatient Family Medicine Team

July 2013–May 2017    Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Vermont Campus, Burlington, VT
            Practice site: Milton Family Practice   
    •    Perform medication reconciliation and device education
    •    Educate patients on inhalers, insulin pens and other devices
    •    Provide smoking cessation behavioral counseling and pharmacotherapy recommendations
    •    Answer drug information questions for attendings and medical residents
    •    Attend nursing home rounds at Green Mountain Nursing Home and Burlington Health and Rehab
    •    Assist in precepting UVM Family Medicine residents and UVM medical students
    •    Precepted PGY1 Pharmacy Residents for outpatient Family Medicine elective

July 2012–May 2013    Part-Time Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Allegheny General Hospital
    •    Managed patients’ warfarin dosing via a collaborative practice agreement
    •    Created bridging calendars for patients undergoing procedures while taking warfarin
    •    Provided warfarin patient education
    •    Trained PGY1 and PGY2 residents in point-of-care anticoagulation service

July 2011–July 2012    Ambulatory Care Specialty Resident, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
    •    Rotated with clinical pharmacist or physician preceptors at various outpatient sites
    •    Completed journal clubs, seminar, student-teaching conferences, research, formulary review, continuing education teaching, and medication use evaluation

July 2010–June 2011    University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Community Pharmacy Resident, Wisconsin
    •    Performed final check on prescriptions
    •    Counseled patients on new prescriptions, refills and over-the counter selection
    •    Performed medication therapy management
    •    Precepted University of Wisconsin Advanced Pharmacy
    •    Practice Experience students
    •    Worked with students to implement a medication take-back program and to develop a tobacco cessation program
    •    Assisted in teaching pharmacotherapy lab
    •    Administered and oversaw influenza vaccinations
    •    Assisted in management of Lakeshore Project, a diabetes management program

April 2007 – March 2010    Pharmacy Internship, Columbus, Ohio
    •    Performed post-dispensary audits
    •    Compounded medications including creams, ointments, and suspensions
    •    Administered flu vaccines
    •    Counseled patients on prescription and over-the-counter medications

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