Zachary Alan (Zach) Weber

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Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Primary Care
Director of Interprofessional Education
Type:
faculty
Phone:
317-880-5405

Education

2009 PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency, Duke University Hospital
2008 PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center
2007 PharmD, Purdue University

Research

Expanding and sustaining ambulatory care pharmacy services

Interprofessional Education

Teaching

PHRM 826, Introduction to Patient Centered Care

PHRM 832, Principles of Diagnosis, Labs, and Monitoring

PHRM 403, 404, Integrated Laboratories

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

PHRM 844, 864, Integrated Therapeutics

PHRM 880, Purdue APPE Rotation

CLPH 490, Advanced Motivational Interviewing

CLPH 490, Preparing for a Postgraduate Residency Training Program

CLPH 490, Advanced Clinical Topics

CLPH 490, Pharmaceutical Care of Diabetes

CLPH 866, Introduction to the Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience

CLPH 872, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics II

PHAD 863, Marketing of Professional Services

Honors and Credentials

Dr. Aziz Outstanding Teacher of the Year

Best Poster Award Winner, Society of Hospital Medicine Annual Meeting

Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Award

Innovation in Teaching and Learning Award

Faculty Preceptor of the Year

Certified Diabetes Educator

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist

Clinical Practice

Collaborative Drug Therapy Management in the Eskenazi Health Endocrinology Clinic

Representative Publications

 1.  Jung C, Malone K, and Weber ZA. Applying Validated Readmission Risk Assessment Tools to

    Identify Risk of 30-day Readmission and Referral to a Multidisciplinary Transitional Care Clinic.

    American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy (in submission)

2. Gonzalvo, JD, Triboletti J, Dawkins E, Carrter A, and Weber ZA. Assessment of a Multidisciplinary,

    AADE-Accredited Group DSME/S Program in an Underserved Patient Population. The Diabetes

    Educator (in submission).

3. Crockett AM, Beam DM, Kline JA, Deodhar KS, Davis CM, Weber ZA, Walroth TA.

    Implementation of a Pharmacist-Managed Venous Thromboembolism Clinic for Patients Treated

    with Rivaroxaban Post Emergency Department Discharge. Academic Emergency Medicine (in

    submission).

4. Neumann B, Stefanik M, Gonzalvo JD, and Weber ZA. Where are We Now? Features of Current

    Diabetes mHealth Applications. AADE In Practice 2016;28:28-32.

5. Campbell NL, Zhan J, Tu W, Weber ZA, Ambeuhl R, McKay C, and McElwee N. Self-Reported

    Medication Adherence Barriers Among Ambulatory Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment.

    Pharmacotherapy 2016:DOI: 10.1002/phar.1702.

6. Weber ZA, Skelley J, Sachdev G, Kliethermes MA, Haydon-Greatting S, Patel B, and Schmidt S.

    Lessons Learned From the Successful Integration of Pharmacists into Team Based Ambulatory Care

    Practice Models. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2015;72:745-751.

7. Vincent AH and Weber ZA. An Elective Course on Current Concepts in Adult Ambulatory Care.

    American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2014;78(10):Article 183.

8. Weber ZA and Vincent AH. Facebook as a Method to Promote Continual Professional Development

    in an Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Elective Course. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & Learning

    2014;6(4):478-85.

9. Vincent AH, Gonzalvo JD, Ramsey DC, Walton AM, Weber ZA, and Wilhoite JE. Survey of

    Pharmacist-Managed Primary Care Clinics Using Health Failure Mode and Effect Analysis

    (HFMEA). Pharmacy Practice 2013;11(4):196-202.

10. Gonzalvo JD, Papinaeu EC, Ramsey DC, Vincent AH, Walton AM, Weber ZA, and Wilhoite JE.

    Patient Perceptions of Pharmacist-Managed Clinics: a Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Pharmacy

    Technology 2012;28:10-5.

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