Gail D. Newton

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Type:
faculty
Phone:
765-494-1473

Education

1991 Ph.D., Pharmacy Practice, Purdue University
1988 M.S., Pharmacy Practice, Purdue University
1980 B.S., Pharmacy, Purdue University

Research

My area of research interest is the in the development of novel teaching methods to facilitate student learning transfer to actual practice environments.

Teaching

PHRM 403, 404, Integrated Laboratories

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

PHRM 825, Integrated Pharmacotherapy IPHRM 844, Integrated Pharmacotherapy II

PHRM 880, Purdue APPE RotationCLPH 490, Pharmaceutical Care of Diabetes

CLPH 872, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics II

Honors and Credentials

Rufus A. Lyman Award for the outstanding article published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

Representative Publications

1. Gail D. Newton, “Patient Assessment and Consultation,” Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs, 18th Ed., (2014) American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington, DC p.17-34.
2. Gail D. Newton,  “Fungal Skin Infections,” Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs, 18th Ed., (2014) American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington, DC p.757-772.
3. Gail D. Newton, “Dermatologic Symptoms in Your Pharmacy: The Management of Rosacea and Atopic Dermatitis,” Invited Presentation, APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition, March 30, 2014.
4. Gail D. Newton, “Concept Mapping in Higher Education,” Invited Presentation, APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition, March 120, 2014.
5. Gail D. Newton, “Can You Look at This? Update on Common Dermatological Conditions and Treatment Options,” Invited Presentation, APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition, March 12, 2012.
6. Gail D. Newton, Nicholas G. Popovich, “Fungal Skin Infections,” Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs, 17th Ed., (2011) American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington, DC p.757-772.
7. Nicholas G. Popovich, Gail D. Newton, “Warts,” Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs, 17th Ed.,(2011), American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington, DC p. 773-784.
8. Gail D. Newton, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, “A Curriculum Development, Simulation in a Graduate Program,” Poster, AJPE, Volume 75, Issue 9, 2011.
9. Gail D. Newton, “Development, Implementation and Assessment of a Curriculum Development Simulation in a Graduate Program,” Poster, AACP Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, July 2010.
10. Mary E. Kiersma, PharmD, Kimberly S. Plake, PhD, Gail D. Newton, PhD, and Holly L. Mason, PhD, “Factors Affecting Prepharmacy Students’ Perceptions of the Professional Role of Pharmacists”, AJPE, Vol. 74(9), Article 161, [Online Date 1/1/2010].

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