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Deanna S. Kania
Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Phone: 317-988-3060
Fax: 317-554-0165317-880-0568
E-mail: kania@purdue.edu
Specialization: Ambulatory Care
Education
1996 Critical Care Residency, University of Kentucky 1995 Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky 1994 PharmD, Purdue University
Research
Teaching

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

PHRM 825, Integrated Pharmacotherapy I

PHRM 844, Integrated Pharmacotherapy II

PHRM 880, Purdue APPE Rotation

Honors and Credentials

Glen Sperandio Hospital Pharmacist of the Year

VA Under Secretary of Health Pharmacy Benefits Management Innovation Award

VA Most Talented Pharmacist Award

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist

Representative Publications

Kania, DS. Interactive Case: Migraine Headache. In: Irons BK, Meredith AH, eds.  Ambulatory Care Self-Assessment Program, 2022 Book 3. Neurologic Care and Pain Management.  Lenexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy, 2022:183-190.

Castek SL, Healey LC, Kania DS, Vernon VP, and Dawson AJ. Assessment of glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists in veterans on basal/bolus insulin regimens.  Fed Pract 2022;39(9):    .

Arthur A, Kania D, and White C.  Utilization of Lean Techniques in Pharmacy Residency Training: Modifying the PGY1 Management and Leadership Experience.  Hosp Pharm 2018:53(4);247-255.

Ifeachor A, Ramsey D, Kania D, and White C.  Survey of pharmacy schools to determine methods of preparation and promotion of postgraduate residency training.  Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2016:8(1);24-30.

Ali, A, Kania D, Ramsey D, and White C.  Assessment of factors that influence pharmacy residency applicant selection of a specific postgraduate year one program.  Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2015:7(6);794-803.

Kania D and Miller ML. Deciding on Postgraduate Training. In Miller, ML, ed. Getting Started In A Pharmacy Residency. First Edition. APhA. 2013; 1-20.

Miller ML, Kania D. Setting the Foundation for a Residency Position. In Miller, ML, ed. Getting Started In A Pharmacy Residency. First Edition. APhA. 2013; 21-34.

Mason MA, Miller ML, Kania D. Researching Residency Programs. In Miller, ML, ed. Getting Started In A Pharmacy Residency. First Edition. APhA. 2013; 35-48.

Miller ML and Kania D. Preparing Your Curriculum Vitae. In Miller, ML, ed. Getting Started In A Pharmacy Residency. First Edition. APhA. 2013; 49-82.

Miller ML and Kania D. Preparing Your Application for a Pharmacy Residency. In Miller, ML, ed. Getting Started In A Pharmacy Residency. First Edition. APhA. 2013; 99-108.

Miller ML and Kania D. The Residency Interview. In Miller, ML, ed. Getting Started In A Pharmacy Residency. First Edition. APhA. 2013; 109-130.

Kania D and Miller ML. The Match. In Miller, ML, ed. Getting Started In A Pharmacy Residency. First Edition. APhA. 2013; 131-140.

Kania DS, Smith CT, Nash CL, Gonzalvo JD, Shepler BM.  Potential new treatments for diabetic kidney disease.  Med Clin North Am  2013;97(1):115-34.

Kania DS, Gonzalvo JD, Weber ZA.  Saxagliptin: A Clinical Review in the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes.  Clin Ther 2011;33(8):1005-22.

Kania DS.  Post-exposure prophylaxis considerations for occupational and non-occupational exposures.  Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal 2007;29:20-32.

Schellhase EM, Chen JT, Jordan J, Kania DS, Overholser BR, Shepler BM, Sowinski KM, and Williams CD.  Pharmacology and its impact on the rehabilitation process.   In: Magee DJ, Zachazewski JE, and

Quillen WS., eds.  Scientific foundations and principles of practice in musculoskeletal rehabilitation.  1st ed.  St. Louis:Saunders Elsevier Inc., 2007: 255-281.

Keplar KE, Urbanski C, Kania DS.  Update on Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) Applications for the Health Care Provider.  Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2005;39:892-907.