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Ashley H. Meredith
Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Phone: 317-880-5407
Fax: 317-880-0568
E-mail: ahmeredith@purdue.edu
Specialization: Ambulatory Care
Education
2020 Master of Public Health, Purdue Global 2009 PGY2 Ambulatory Care/Academia Residency, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center 2008 PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center 2007 PharmD, University of Pittsburgh
Research
  • Campus Contraceptive Access through Pharmacist Prescribing – Patient Experiences (CCAPP-PE) Project
    • Investigators: Meredith AH, Ahmad Z, Oetting K, Ravikumar B, Davis K, Curry C, Noel N, Rudd T, Wilkinson T, Ott M      
  • The Impact of Clinical Pharmacists on Contraceptive Services at Eskenazi Health
    • Investigators: Sanders K, Boyd A, Brown M, Pence L, Walroth T, Meredith A
  • Assessment of the Implementation of Smoking Cessation Services in an Outpatient Pharmacy at a Safety-Net Health System
    • Investigators: Okafor M, Cox T, Powers K, Venable J, Walroth T, Meredith A
  • Pharmacist-led hormonal contraceptive prescribing service in a federally qualified health center.
    • Investigators: Adgalanis M, Davis B, Papineau H, Thoma L, Meredith A
  • Evaluation of Clinical Outcomes through Pharmacist Provided Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Services
    • Investigators: Gonzalvo J, Pastakia S, Meredith A, Pence L, Schmelz A, Triboletti J
  • Campus Contraceptive Access through Pharmacist Prescribing (CCAPP) Project
    • Investigators: Meredith AH, Ott M, Noel N, Ahmad Z, Wilkinson T
  • Adolescent Capacity for Contraception Self Screening (ACCeSS)
    • Investigators: Ott M, Wilkinson T, Meredith AH
Interests
  • Health equity
  • Reproductive health
  • Healthcare access
  • Community health worker/workforce development

 

Service and Engagement

Birth Control Pharmacist: Advisory Board Member

Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy: Editorial Board Member 

Purdue University Center for Health Equity and Innovation (CHEqI): Director of Policy & Advocacy 

Purdue University Community Health Worker Development Institute (CHWDI): Co-Director 

American College of Clinical Pharmacy: Ambulatory Care Self-Assessment Program (ACSAP) Series Editor; Member Relations Committee Vice-Chair Committee; Pharmacotherapy Preparatory and Review Course Planning Committee Member; Purdue University Faculty Liaison

Indiana Pharmacists Association: Regulatory and Legislative Committee Member

Teaching
  • PHRM 826 Introduction to Patient Centered Care
  • PHRM 826 Integrated Pharmacotherapy
  • PHRM 820, 821, 840, 841, 860, 861 Professional Skills Laboratories
  • PHRM 880 Purdue APPE Rotation

 

Honors and Credentials
  • Innovation in Teaching and Learning Award
  • Gloria Niemeyer Franke Advancement Grant
  • Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist
  • Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist
  • Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist
  • Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy
Grants
  • 2022 - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grant
    • Hormonal contraceptive Access via Pharmacist Prescribing Implementation (HAPPI) Package (awarded - $243,500)
    • Investigators: Rafie S, Newlon J, Meredith A
  • 2022 - Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) Health Issues and Challenges Grant
    • Implementation of Interdisciplinary Cardiovascular Risk Reduction (CVRR) Model at Gennesaret Free Clinic (awarded - $298,043)
    • Investigators: Meredith AH, Adeoye-Olatunde O, Gonzalvo JD
  • 2021 - APhA Foundation Incentive Grant
    • Pharmacist-led hormonal contraceptive prescribing service in a federally qualified health center (awarded - $1000)
    • Investigators: Adgalanis M, Davis B, Papineau H, Thoma L, Meredith A
  • 2021 - Indiana Department of Health (IDOH)
    • Community Health Workforce Development Institute (CHWDI) Contract (awarded - $427,425 total over 3 years)
    • Investigators: Adeoye-Olatunde O, Gonzalvo J, Meredith A, Rodriguez N, Ruiz Y
  • 2020 -  Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI)
    • Community Health Workforce Development Institute (CHWDI) Project (awarded - $5,000)
    • Investigators: Gonzalvo J, Meredith A, Rodriguez N, Ruiz Y
Clinical Practice
  • Cardiovascular Risk Reduction (Eskenazi Health, Indianapolis)
  • Cardiovascular Risk Reduction (Gennesaret Free Clinic, Indianapolis)
  • Contraception Prescribing (Purdue University Pharmacy, West Lafayette)
Administration and Committee Work
  • Director of Advocacy - Center for Health Equity and Innovation (CHEqI)
  • Co-Director - Community Health Workforce Development Institute (CHWDI)
Representative Publications
  1. Ahmad ZM, Noel NL, Rudd TM, Nadelson CS, Ott MA, Wilkinson TA, Meredith AH. Implementation of a Pharmacist-led Hormonal Contraceptive Prescribing Service in a Campus Community Pharmacy. Contraception. 2022;113:113-118. doi.org/10.1016/j.contraception.2022.05.004
  2. Gonzalvo JD, Meredith AH, Adeoye-Olatunde O, Kimiecik C, Pastakia S, Rodriguez N, Ruiz Y, Ott C, Schellhase E, Crowe S, Samuel J, Conklin M, Adams J, Karwa R. A call to action from the Purdue University Center for Health Equity and Innovation (CHEqI). Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. 2022;5(8):865-874. doi.org/10.1002/jac5.1660
  3. Howell C, Schmelz A, Albertson S, Hamm J, Meredith A, Pence L, Triboletti J, Gonzalvo J. Disparities in outpatient management of type 2 diabetes. Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. 2022;5(6):599-604. doi.org/10.1002/jac5.1626
  4. Rodriguez NM, Ruiz Y, Meredith AH, Kimiecik C, Adeoye-Olatunde OA, Kimera LF, Gonzalvo JD. Indiana community health workers: Challenges and opportunities for workforce development. BMC Health Services Research. 2022;22:117. doi.org/10.1186/s12913-022-07469-6
  5. Newlon JL, Reed JB, Stone RH, Satterfield KG, Meredith AH. Pharmacist-prescribed hormonal contraception services: A systematic review of implementation studies. Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. 2022;5(1):85-98. doi.org/10.1002/jac5.1539
  6. Meredith AH, Starks S, Etelamaki C, Albertson S, Triboletti J, Pence L, Walroth T, McGrew K, Gonzalvo D. Evaluation of sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitor (SGLT2-I) use in an underserved ambulatory care population with type 2 diabetes. ADCES in Practice. 2022;10(1):16-24. doi.org/10.1177/2633559X211056918
  7. Papineau JH, Newlon JL, Ades RS, Vernon V, Wilkinson TA, Thoma LM, Meredith AH. Evaluation of student pharmacists’ attitudes and perceptions of hormonal contraceptive prescribing in Indiana. Pharmacy. 2021;9(4):185. doi.org/10.3390/pharmacy9040185
  8. Newlon J, Ades R, Vernon V, Wilkinson T, Meredith A. Pharmacists’ perceptions, barriers, and potential solutions to implementing a direct pharmacy access policy in Indiana. Medical Care Research and Review. 2021;78(6):789-797. doi.org/10.1177/1077558720963651
  9. Meredith AH, Wilkinson TA, Campi JA, Meagher CG, Ott MA. Use of the Delphi Method to enhance pharmacist contraceptive counseling materials. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2021; 34(5):678-684. doi.org/10.1177/0897190019894146
  10. Meredith AH, Vernon, V. Up the creek without a paddle? Look to your pharmacist to BRIDGE-IT. iForumRx. August 27, 2021. Available at: https://iforumrx.org/bridge-it-hormonal-contraception/
  11. Wilkinson TA, Meredith AH, Rafie S, Katz AJ, Vielott TL, Meagher CM, Ott MA. Adolescent and young adults’ ability to self-screen for contraindications to contraception and the role of chronic illness. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2021; 69(4): 566-573. doi.org/10.1016/j.jadohealth.2021.04.032
  12. Gonzalvo J, Kenneally A, Pence L, Walroth T, Schmelz A, Nace N, Chang J, Meredith A. Reimbursement outcomes of a pharmacist-physician co-visit model in a Federally Qualified Health Center. Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. 2021; 4(6): 667-673. doi.org/10.1002/jac5.1416