Judy T. Chen

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Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Type:
faculty
Phone:
317-880-5404
Fax:
317-880-0568

Education

2003 Primary Care Specialty Residency, Warren G. Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda
2002 Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of California, San Francisco
2001 PharmD, University of Illinois, Chicago

Research

Pharmacist-managed chronic disease management in underserved population

Student education with underserved population

Teaching

PHRM 826, Introduction to Patient Centered Care

PHRM 844, Integrated Therapeutics

PHRM 820, 821, 840, 841, 860, 861 Professional Program Laboratories

PHRM 880, Purdue APPE Rotation

Health Systems Science Course for medical students

Honors and Credentials

Fellow and Distinguished Practitioner, National Academies of Practice (NAP)

Community of Service-Learning Faculty Fellow, Purdue University

Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Award, Purdue University

Rising Star Award, University of Illinois at Chicago

Innovations in Teaching Award, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Certified Diabetes Educator

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacotherapy Specialist

Clinical Practice

Pharmacist-Managed Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Service and chronic disease management at the Jane Pauley Community Health Center, Inc.

Representative Publications

1. Ness GL, Chen JT, Dong BJ, Pucino F, Calis KA. Thyroid disorders. In: Drug-induced diseases: prevention, detection, and management, 3rd Edition. Tisdale JE, Miller DA eds. Bethesda, MD: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; in press.

2. Sheehan AH, Chen JT, Yanovski JA and Calis KA. Obesity. In: Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, 10th Edition. Dipiro JT, Talbert RL, Yee GC eds. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2017.

3. Chen JT, Dang DK, Pucino F, Calis KA. Pituitary gland disorders. In: Pharmacotherapy principles & practice, 4th Edition. Chisholm-Burns MA, Schwinghammer TL, Wells BG, eds. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2016.

4. Dang DK, Chen JT, Pucino F, Calis KA. Adrenal gland disorders. In: Pharmacotherapy principles & practice, 4th Edition. Chisholm-Burns MA, Schwinghammer TL, Wells BG, eds. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2016.

5. Chen JT, Darbishire PL, Plake KS. Assessing student perceptions of the underserved at a Federally Qualified Health Center. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2010;2(4):248-254.

6. Assemi M, Shane-McWhorter L, Scott DR, Chen JT, Seaba HH. Caring for the underserved: exemplars in teaching. Am J Pharm Educ 2009;73(1):Article 18.

7. Chen JT, LaLopa JM, Dang DK. Innovations in teaching – Impact of Patient Empathy Modeling on pharmacy students caring for the underserved. Am J Pharm Educ 2008;72(2):Article 40.

8. Herndon CM, Hutchison RW, Berdine HJ, Stacy ZA, Chen JT, Farnsworth DD, Dang D, Fermo JD. Management of chronic nonmalignant pain with nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs: joint opinion statement of the ambulatory care, cardiology, and pain and palliative care practice and research networks of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Pharmacotherapy 2008;28(6):788-805.

9. Chen JT, Pucino F, Resman-Targoff BH. Celecoxib versus a non-selective NSAID plus proton-pump inhibitor: what are the considerations? J Pain Palliat Care Pharmacother 2006;20(4):11-32.

10. Chen JT, Wesley R, Shamburek RD, Pucino F, Csako G. Meta-analysis of natural therapies for hyperlipidemia: policosanol vs. plant stanols and sterols. Pharmacotherapy 2005;25(2):171-183.   

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