Research in Pharmacy Practice and Administration

Faculty collaborate with students and other faculty members throughout the Wegmans School of Pharmacy. They integrate their practice site partners and other stakeholders to focus on advocacy and advance the scope of pharmacy practice. Explore research focus areas for Pharmacy Practice and Administration Faculty.

Featured Scholarly Work

A student pharmacist prepares a syringe for a vaccination.

Positively Impacting Patient Care Practices

Thu, Feb 8

Dr. Phillips worked with her ambulatory care practice colleagues and post-graduate pharmacy resident to characterize prescribing patterns of diabetes medication at an adult clinic. Researchers identify patterns for comprehensive management of patients with type 2 diabetes.

Hands holding a container of prescription medication.

Improving Outcomes During the Transition of Care

Thu, Jan 4

Dr. Nathan worked with colleagues from URMC, Arizona State University, and Vanderbilt University to develop patient-centered considerations for deprescribing potentially inappropriate medications during the transition from hospital to home.

A group of pharmacists advocating for the pharmacy profession on Advocacy Day.

Advocating for the Profession

Mon, Mar 11

Dr. Williams wrote a letter to legislators to advocate for an expanded scope of practice allowing pharmacists to dispense 1st doses of buprenorphine with a nonpatient specific order. 

A pharmacy student takes a patient's blood pressure.

Maximizing External Partnerships

Mon, Mar 11

Pharmacists working in health departments were described as essential and integral. They provided services in many areas including vaccination efforts, clinical care, and medication consults. Researchers identified a need for advocacy within the public health and pharmacy professions highlighting the value pharmacists provide to health departments.