Jasmine D. Gonzalvo
Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Primary Care
2006 PGY1 Residency, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center
2005 PharmD, Butler University
Community Health Workers
Pharmacists as Diabetes Care and Education Specialists
Medicaid reimbursement policy
PHRM 826, Introduction to Patient Centered Care
PHRM 831, Health Care Systems
PHRM 403, Integrated Laboratories
PHRM 820, 821, 840, 841, 860, 861 Professional Program Laboratories
PHRM 844, 864, Integrated Therapeutics
PHRM 880, Purdue APPE Rotation
CLPH 456, Pharmaceutical Care of Diabetes
CLPH 471, Pathophysiology & Therapeutics I
CLPH 490, Current Concepts in Adult Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
CLPH 490, Pharmaceutical Care of Diabetes
CLPH 690, Teaching in Clinical Pharmacy
CLPH 866, Introduction to the Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience
CLPH 872, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics II
PHPR 202, Introductory Pharmacology for Nursing
PHPR 312, Introduction to Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care
NURS 348, Spanish for Healthcare Professionals
NURS 502, Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing
Honors and Credentials
AADE Pharmacy Best Practices in Diabetes Care Award, 2nd Quarter
Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program (IPTeC) Teaching Mentor of the Year
Purdue University, College of Pharmacy – Faculty Preceptor of the Year
Award for Excellence in Distance Learning, supplemental materials
Distinguished Pharmacist of the Year, Indiana Pharmacists Association
Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist
Board Certified Advanced Diabetes Management
Certified Diabetes Educator
Licensed Diabetes Educator
Pharmacist-Managed Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Service (diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, smoking cessation, immunizations) at Pecar Health Center – Eskenazi Health
Administration and Committee Work
Director, Center for Health Equity and Innovation
1. Gonzalvo JD, Patel DK, Olin JL. Concentrated Insulins: A Review and Recommendations. Federal Practitioner. 2017;34(10): S28-S32.
2. Gonzalvo JD, Lavin-Tompkins J, Traficano S. BC-ADM, CDE, LDE: Alphabet soup for the diabetes educator. AADE In Practice. 2017;5(6)50-53.
3. Gonzalvo JD, Horner W, Martin J, Mathews C, Vincent AH. Partnering with pharmacists to improve vaccination rates. AADE In Practice. 2017;5(5)42-46.
4. Gonzalvo JD, Kruckeberg E, Newton ML, Chang E, Olenik NL, Gernant SA. Advanced diabetes credentials for the community pharmacist: A pilot study. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2016; 56(3):274-279.
5. Sheehan AH, Gonzalvo JD, Ramsey DC, Sprunger TL. Teaching certificate program participants’ perceptions of mentor-mentee relationships. Am J Pharm Educ. 2016;80(3):42.
6. Gonzalvo JD, Constantine B, Shrock N, Vincent AH. Electronic nicotine delivery systems and a suggested approach to vaping cessation. AADE In Practice. 2016;4(6)38-42.
7. Neumann B, Stefanik M, Gonzalvo JD, Weber ZA. Diabetes mHealth applications. AADE In Practice. 2016;4(5):28-32.
8. Tooley WB, Fletcher LM, Gonzalvo JD. Insulin pens: a closer look. AADE In Practice. 2015;3:16-19.
9. Olenik NL, Fletcher LM, Gonzalvo JD. The community pharmacist as diabetes educator. AADE In Practice. 2015; 3(5):46-50.
10. Evoy KE, Malone KM, Gonzalvo JD, Ramsey DC, Sheehan AH, Sprunger TL. Implementing mentoring into a pharmacy teaching and learning curriculum. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2015;72(11):906-909.