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                                        CURRICULUM VITAE

                         ERIC FRANKLIN SCHNEIDER, PHARM.D., BCPS
      PERSONAL
        Business Address:               UAMS Northwest
                                        1125 North College Avenue
                                        Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
                                        479/713-8401 Office
                                        479/582-1056 Fax

        Licensure:                      Arkansas #PD08039, Missouri #042231

        Certification:                  Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS)
                                        Certified October 1992
                                        Re-certified by exam December 1999
                                        Re-certified by exam October 2006

        Memberships:                    American College of Clinical Pharmacy
                                        American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy
                                        Society for Teachers of Family Medicine

      EDUCATION
        Academic Leadership             American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
        Fellowship Program              Washington, DC
                                        July 2010

        Clinical Pharmacy Residency:    Medical University of South Carolina, Department of
        (Family Medicine)               Community Pharmacy Practice and Administration
                                        Charleston, South Carolina
                                        June 1991

        Doctor of Pharmacy:             Medical University of South Carolina, College of Pharmacy
                                        Charleston, South Carolina
                                        May 1990

        Bachelor of Science/Pharmacy:   St. Louis College of Pharmacy
                                        St. Louis, Missouri
                                        May 1987




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      FACULTY APPOINTMENTS
      Associate Dean, UAMS College of Pharmacy Northwest Campus
      Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas
      July 2009 – present

      Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas
      August 2007 – June 2009

      Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine, College of Medicine
      University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
      November 2002 – June 2007
      Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine (Greenwood), College of Medicine
      Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
      March 2002 – September 2002
      Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, College of Pharmacy
      Clinical Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine, College of Medicine
      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas
      July 1999 – May 2001
      Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, College of Pharmacy
      Clinical Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine, College of Medicine
      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas
      September 1993 – July 1999
      Assistant Professor of Family Medicine (Greenwood), College of Medicine
      Assistant Professor, Community Pharmacy Practice/Administration, College of Pharmacy
      Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
      July 1991 - July 1993


      PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
      Clinical Pharmacist and Faculty, Northwest AHEC Family Practice Residency Program
      Springdale, Arkansas, August 2007 - Present

      Clinical Pharmacist and Faculty, Carolinas Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program
      Charlotte, North Carolina, September 2002 – June 2007

      Clinical Pharmacist and Faculty, Greenwood Family Practice Residency Program
      Greenwood, South Carolina, June 2001 – September 2002
      Reviewer, American Family Physician
      October 1999 – May 2001
      Reviewer, The Annals of Pharmacotherapy and the journal of Pharmacy Technology
      February 1997 – May 2001
      Board Member, American Diabetes Association, Arkansas Affiliate
      Little Rock, Arkansas, June 1996 – January 1998
      Item Writer, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
      Park Ridge, Illinois, August 1995 - present
      Consultant, Arkansas Poison & Drug Information Center
      Little Rock, Arkansas, March 1995 – May 2001

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      PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE, CONTINUED
      Consultant, University Hospital of Arkansas Clinical Pharmacokinetic Monitoring Service
      Little Rock, Arkansas, July 1994 – May 2001
      Clinical Pharmacist, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Family Practice Residency
      Little Rock, Arkansas, August 1993 – May 2001
      Clinical Pharmacist and Faculty, Self Memorial Family Practice Residency Program
      Greenwood, South Carolina, July 1991 - July 1993
      Clinical Pharmacy Resident (Family Medicine)
      Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
      July 1990 - June 1991

      EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
      Clinical Pharmacist, Northwest Arkansas AHEC Family Practice Residency Program
      Springdale, Arkansas, August 2007 - present

      Clinical Pharmacist, Carolinas Healthcare System, Division of Pharmacy
      Charlotte, North Carolina, September 2002 – June 2007
      Clinical Pharmacist, Self Regional Healthcare, Montgomery Center for Family Medicine
      Greenwood, South Carolina, June 2001 – August 2002
      Clinical Pharmacist, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
      Little Rock, Arkansas, August 1993 – May 2001
      Clinical Pharmacist and Faculty, Self Memorial Hospital
      Greenwood, South Carolina, July 1991 – July 1993
      Intermittent Pharmacist, VA Medical Center
      Charleston, South Carolina, June 1989 – May 1991
      Staff Pharmacist, PCI Prescription Center
      St. Louis, Missouri, May 1987 – August 1988

      PRESENTATIONS
      The Pharmacist’s Role In a Residency-based Patient Centered Medical Home. Society for
      Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Practice Improvement. San Antonio, Texas,
      December 4, 2010.

      Productivity Reporting as a Method to Improve Productivity in a Family Medicine Residency
      Program. Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Practice Improvement. San
      Antonio, Texas, December 3, 2010.

      Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Summative Exam for P-2 Students. Poster
      presented at AACP Annual Meeting. Seattle Washington, July 12, 2010.

      Development and implementation of a high-stakes objective structured clinical examination
      (OSCE)-based senior summative examination. Poster presented at AACP Annual Meeting.
      Seattle Washington, July 12, 2010.

      Implementation of a faculty item review process for examination content in the therapeutics
      coursework. Poster presented at AACP Annual Meeting. Seattle Washington, July 12, 2010.

      Faculty development workshop series to improve delivery and assessment of student learning.
      Poster presented at AACP Annual Meeting. Seattle Washington, July 12, 2010.

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      PRESENTATIONS, CONTINUED
      Development and Implementation of a High-stakes Objective Structured Clinical Examination
      (OSCE)-based Senior Summative Examination. Poster presented at AACP Annual Meeting.
      Seattle Washington, July 12, 2010

      Retooling for the Future: Pharmacist credentialing for disease state management. Arkansas
      Pharmacists Association 128th Annual Convention. Fort Smith, Arkansas, June 26, 2010.

      Hyperglycemic Crisis. Arkansas Pharmacists Association 128th Annual Convention. Fort Smith,
      Arkansas, June 24, 2010.

      Retooling for the Future: Pharmacist credentialing for disease state management. UAMS
      College of Pharmacy Continuing Education Program, Little Rock, Arkansas, March 7, 2010

      Avoiding Problems with Over-the-Counter Drugs. Northwest AHEC Pharmacy Continuing
      Education Program. Fayetteville, Arkansas, May 3, 2009.

      OTC Medications: The Dangers of Self Treatment. AHEC Northwest Nursing Continuing
      Education Program. Fayetteville, Arkansas February 26, 2009.

      Practical Insulin Therapy. AAHP Fall Seminar. Tunica, Mississippi, October 8, 2008

      Anticoagulation Update. Northwest AHEC Pharmacy Continuing Education Program.
      Fayetteville, Arkansas, September 21, 2008.

      Geriatric Pharmacology for Nurses, Part I. Certificate Course in Geriatric Nursing. Schmieding
      Center for Senior Health and Education. August 27, 2008.

      Geriatric Pharmacology for Nurses, Part II. Certificate Course in Geriatric Nursing. Schmieding
      Center for Senior Health and Education. August 13, 2008.

      Primary Care New Drug Update. 47th Annual Mecklenburg County Chapter Academy of Family
      Physicians Postgraduate Symposium. Charlotte, North Carolina, March 7, 2008.

      Hypertension Update. Northwest AHEC Pharmacy Continuing Education Program. Fayetteville,
      Arkansas, December 2, 2007.

      Achieving NCQA Recognition Through Practice Redesign and Integrated Systems in a Family
      Medicine Residency Program. STFM Conference on Practice Improvement. Newport Beach,
      California, November 9, 2007.

      Anticoagulation Review. Consultant Pharmacist Continuing Education Program. Little Rock,
      Arkansas, October 7, 2007.

      COPD Drug Therapy Update. Consultant Pharmacist Continuing Education Program. Little
      Rock, Arkansas, October 7, 2007.

      Medication Therapy for Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes. Northwest AHEC Pharmacy Continuing
      Education Program. Fayetteville, Arkansas, September 30, 2007.

      Insulin Refresher. 46th Annual Mecklenburg County Chapter Academy of Family Physicians
      Postgraduate Symposium. Charlotte, North Carolina, March 9, 2007.

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      PRESENTATIONS, CONTINUED
      Diabetes: Evidence Based Approach and New Therapies. 1st Annual Gerald J Glass Memorial
      Delta AHEC Pharmacy Continuing Education Program, Helena, Arkansas, November 5, 2006.

      Heart Failure Update. Arkansas Pharmacists Association 124th Annual Convention, Little Rock,
      Arkansas, June 17, 2006

      Clinical Transformation in the FPC – the new model – a virtual CHF clinic. 39th STFM Annual
      Spring Conference, San Francisco, CA, April 27th, 2006.

      Practical Diabetes Management. Mecklenburg County Academy of Family Physicians
      Postgraduate Fall Seminar. Charlotte, North Carolina, September 30, 2005.

      Asthma Update. 7th Annual Pharmacists’ Procrastinators Marathon: Current Issues in
      Pharmacotherapy. Charlotte, North Carolina, December 6, 2004.

      Asthma Update. Arkansas Association of Health-Systems Pharmacists Fall Seminar 2004.
      Fayetteville, October 2004.

      Update in Contraception. 6th Annual Pharmacists’ Procrastinators Marathon: Pharmacotherapy
      and Law Updates. Charlotte, North Carolina, December 8, 2004.

      Update in Hormone Replacement Therapy. 6th Annual Pharmacists’ Procrastinators Marathon:
      Pharmacotherapy and Law Updates. Charlotte, North Carolina, December 8, 2004.

      New Trends in Diabetes. Arkansas Association of Health-System Pharmacists Fall Seminar
      2002. Hot Springs, Arkansas, October 17, 2002.

      New Drug Update. Festival of Flowers Medical Symposium, Greenwood, South Carolina, June
      21, 2002.

      Products for Diabetes Self Management. Ozark Area Pharmacists Associations 2001 Day of
      Education, Branson, Missouri, November 17, 2001.

      Hypertension in the Elderly. Contemporary Issues in Consultant Pharmacy. Little Rock,
      Arkansas, October 14, 2001

      COX-2 Inhibitor Update. Dinner Symposium for local physicians and pharmacists. Little Rock,
      Arkansas, April 25, 2001

      Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: What is the Effect of Therapy on Long-Term Clinical Outcomes? 2001
      ACCP Spring Practice and Research Forum, American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Salt Lake
      City, Utah, April 23, 2001

      Management of Acute Asthma Exacerbations. 34th Annual Fall Seminar, Arkansas Association
      of Health-System Pharmacists, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, September 7, 2000.

      Insulin Pattern Management. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State Management Program for
      Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, August 13, 2000

      Insulin Mixing, Injection, and Injection Devices Workshop. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State
      Management Program for Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, August 13, 2000


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      PRESENTATIONS, CONTINUED
      An Update—New Drugs. Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians 53rd Annual Scientific
      Assembly, Little Rock, Arkansas, July 27, 2000.

      Pathophysiology and Classification of Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State
      Management Program for Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, July 23, 2000

      Diabetes Drug Update. American Association of Diabetes Educators Arkansas Chapter, Little
      Rock, Arkansas, July 8, 2000.

      Update on Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Arkansas Pharmacists Association 118th Annual
      Convention, Little Rock, Arkansas, June 9, 2000.

      Clinical Impact of UKPDS on Managing type 2 Diabetes in Pharmacy Practice. Pharmacist CE
      Program, St. Louis, Missouri, June 6, 2000

      Clinical Impact of UKPDS on Managing type 2 Diabetes in Pharmacy Practice. Pharmacist CE
      Program, Louisville, Kentucky, May 23, 2000

      Migraine Headache. Telemedicine presentation for the Rural Medicine Program, UAMS, Little
      Rock , Arkansas, March 24, 2000.

      Oral Antibiotic Update. Presented to area physicians, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, February 10, 2000

      Drug-Nutrient Interactions. Arkansas Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Annual
      Meeting. Little Rock, Arkansas, November 12, 1999

      New Drug Update: focus on rosiglitazone, pioglitazone, celecoxib, and rofecoxib. UAMS 3rd
      Annual Drug Update, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 16, 1999.

      Non-Steroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs: The COX-2 Inhibitors. 33rd Annual Fall Seminar,
      Arkansas Association of Health-System Pharmacists, Tunica, Mississippi, October 8, 1999.

      Pathophysiology and Classification of Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State
      Management Program for Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, July 11, 1999.

      Case Studies in Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State Management Program for
      Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, March 21, 1999.

      Insulin Mixing, Injection, and Injection Devices Workshop. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State
      Management Program for Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, March 21, 1999.

      Drug Therapy of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State Management
      Program for Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, February 21, 1999.

      Insulin Pattern Management. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State Management Program for
      Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, February 21, 1999.

      Pathophysiology and Classification of Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Mellitus Disease State
      Management Program for Pharmacists. Little Rock, Arkansas, February 21, 1999.

      New Drug Update: focus on Repaglinide, Montelukast, and Clopidogrel. UAMS 2nd Annual Drug
      Update, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 3, 1998.

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      PRESENTATIONS, CONTINUED
      Women’s Health Update: Hormone Replacement Therapy. Pharmacist Continuing Education
      Program. September 20, 1998

      Women’s Health Update: Osteoporosis. Pharmacist Continuing Education Program.
      September 20, 1998

      Asthma Update. Vermont Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists Annual Meeting. Burlington,
      Vermont, March 21, 1998.

      Pharmacokinetics of the Macrolide Class—Do the Differences Effect Clinical Outcomes?
      Presented to local area primary care physicians. Springfield, Missouri, March 10, 1998

      Hypertension Update—JNC VI. Presented via UAMS Telemedicine Network, Little Rock,
      Arkansas, January 27, 1998.

      New Drugs for Diabetes Mellitus. Presented to QualChoice Case managers. Little Rock,
      Arkansas, January 6, 1998.

      Update on the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Presented to Registered Nurse
      diabetes educators, Ft. Smith, Arkansas, October 11, 1997.

      New Drug Update. UAMS 1st Annual Drug Update, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 27, 1997.

      Asthma Update. 31st Annual Arkansas Association of Hospital Pharmacists Fall Seminar, Ft.
      Smith, Arkansas, September 19, 1997.

      Individualized Treatment of Hypertension. 1st Annual Michael Carter Primary Care Update,
      Little Rock, Arkansas, September 18, 1997.

      Evaluation of Laboratory Values in the Nursing Home Patient. Pharmacy Corporation of
      America CE Program for Nursing Home Nurses, Little Rock, Arkansas, June 25, 1997.

      What’s New in Asthma. Presented at the 19th Annual Family Practice Intensive Review, Little
      Rock, Arkansas, May 31, 1997.

      Update on the Treatment of Asthma. Presented at the Medical University of South Carolina New
      Drug Update, Charleston, South Carolina, May 23, 1997.

      Asthma: Medication Devices and Patient Counseling Issues. Presented to pharmacists in the
      Northwest AHEC Pharmacy section, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, April 29, 1997.

      Asthma: Pathophysiology and Overview. Presented to pharmacists in the Northwest AHEC
      Pharmacy section, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, April 29, 1997.

      The Pharmacologic Management of Migraine Headache. Presented via UAMS Telemedicine
      Network, Little Rock, Arkansas, April 15, 1997.

      Resistance and Oral Antibiotics: An Update. Presented to area Family Practice Physicians, Hot
      Springs, AR, February 22, 1997.




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      PRESENTATIONS, CONTINUED
      Role of Leukotriene Inhibitors and Antagonists in Asthma. Presented to area Family Practice
      Physicians, Little Rock, AR, February 16, 1997.

      Resistance and Oral Antibiotics: An Update. Presented to local Emergency Department
      Physicians. Little Rock, AR, December 17, 1996.

      Physical Assessment for Pharmacists: Overview of the Physical Examination. Pharmacist
      Continuing Education Program. Little Rock, AR, September 29, 1996.

      Physical Assessment for Pharmacists: The Review of Systems. Pharmacist Continuing
      Education Program. Little Rock, AR, September 29, 1996.

      Physical Assessment for Pharmacists: The Patient Interview. Pharmacist Continuing Education
      Program. Little Rock, AR, September 29, 1996

      The Implications of Syndrome X in the Treatment of Type II Diabetes Mellitus. Presented to the
      Cabarrus Family Medicine Residency Program. Concord, North Carolina, August 30, 1996.

      Current Strategies in Antiretroviral Therapy. Pharmacist Continuing Education Program. Little
      Rock, Arkansas, August 21, 1996.

      Individualized Treatment of Hypertension: A Case-based Approach. Arkansas Pharmacist
      Association Annual Meeting, Little Rock, Arkansas, June 20, 1996.

      Asthma Pathophysiology. Pharmacist Continuing Education Program. Little Rock, Arkansas,
      December 10, 1995.

      Peak Flow Monitoring and Patient Encounter Documentation. Pharmacist Continuing Education
      Workshop. Little Rock, Arkansas, December 10, 1995.

      Antiplatelets in the Prevention of Ischemic Stroke. Presented at the 30th ASHP Midyear Clinical
      Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 4, 1995.

      Treatment of Type II Diabetes. Pharmacist Continuing Education Program. Little Rock,
      Arkansas, October 29, 1995.

      Diabetes Mellitus. Pharmacist Continuing Education Workshop. Little Rock, Arkansas, October
      29, 1995.

      Drug Information Programs. Computer demonstration at the University of Arkansas for Medical
      Sciences Library/Department of Family and Community Medicine Forging Links Technology
      Seminar. Little Rock, Arkansas, October 20, 1995.

      Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis. Roundtable discussion at the Arkansas Academy of
      Hospital Pharmacists. Hot Springs, Arkansas, September 16, 1995.

      Schneider EF, Gardner SF, Granberry MC, Carter IR. Low-Dose Niacin plus Low-Dose
      Lovastatin versus Higher-Dose Lovastatin. Poster presented at the American College of Clinical
      Pharmacy 1995 Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C., August 9, 1995.

      Asthma Pathophysiology. Pharmacist Continuing Education Program. Little Rock, Arkansas,
      June 25, 1995.

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      Peak Flow Monitoring and Patient Encounter Documentation. Pharmacist Continuing Education
      Workshop. Little Rock, Arkansas, June 25, 1995.

      Syndrome X -- Implications in Type II Diabetes Mellitus. Presented to the Arkansas
      Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, Springdale, Arkansas, June 15, 1995.

      LECTURES
      Writing Good Test Questions…and then What? Scoring rubrics. UAMS College of Pharmacy
      Faculty Development Workshop. Little Rock, Arkansas, July 28, 2010.

      Hyperglycemic Crisis. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas,
      July 23, 2010

      Writing Good Test Questions…and then What? Scored Item Analysis, Overall Measures of
      Reliability, and Setting A Passing Standard. UAMS College of Pharmacy Faculty Development
      Workshop. Little Rock, Arkansas, July 21, 2010.

      Chronic Pain Management. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville,
      Arkansas, March 19, 2010.

      Heart Failure. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas, February
      12, 2010.

      Contraception. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas,
      November 20, 2009.

      Heart Failure. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas, May 22,
      2009.

      Pharmacotherapeutics Jeopardy. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville,
      Arkansas, February 13, 2009.

      Metabolic Syndrome. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas,
      January 16, 2009.

      New Drug Update. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas, April
      4, 2008.

      Refeeding Syndrome. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas,
      March 18, 2008.

      Insulin Refresher. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW, Fayetteville, Arkansas,
      January 18, 2008.

      Drug Therapy of Hypertension in Adults. Family Practice Noon Conference, AHEC-NW,
      Fayetteville, Arkansas, September 7, 2007.

      Insulin Dosing. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, April 6, 2005.

      Asthma Update. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, March 16, 2005.

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      LECTURES, CONTINUED
      Cox-2 Inhibitors: Where do we go now? Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical
      Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, February 23, 2005.

      Diabetes Update. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, February 2, 2005.

      Diabetes Topics. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, November 10, 2004.

      Contraception. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, August 11, 2004.

      Hypertension in the Elderly. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center,
      Charlotte, North Carolina, June 23, 2004.

      Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetes. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas
      Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 24, 2004.

      Outpatient Antibiotic Therapy. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center,
      Charlotte, North Carolina, November 12, 2003.

      Asthma Update. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, October 8, 2003

      Hypertension. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, July 16,2003.

      Hormonal Contraception Update. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center,
      Charlotte, North Carolina, December 20, 2002.

      Anticoagulation. Family Practice Noon Conference, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North
      Carolina, November 18, 2002.

      COX-2 Inhibitor Update. MCFM Noon Conference, Greenwood, South Carolina, April 23, 2002.

      Impact of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives on Medical Practice. MCFM Noon Conference,
      Greenwood, South Carolina, April 16, 2002

      Drugs to Aid Smoking Cessation. MCFM Noon Conference, Greenwood, South Carolina,
      February 19, 2002.

      Reducing Complications in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus. MCFM Noon Conference,
      Greenwood, South Carolina, January 22, 2002

      Risks and Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy. MCFM Noon Conference, Greenwood,
      South Carolina, December 20, 2001.

      Asthma Education. MCFM Noon Conference, Greenwood, South Carolina, November 25, 2001.

      Management of Hypertension in the Elderly. MCFM Noon Conference, Greenwood, South
      Carolina, November 23, 2001.

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      LECTURES, CONTINUED
      Anticoagulation. MCFM Noon Conference, Greenwood, South Carolina, August 27, 2001

      Cardiovascular Pharmacology. SMH Nursing Orientation, Greenwood, South Carolina, August
      22, 2001.

      Antibiotic Update: Use of Broad-Spectrum Agents. MCFM Noon Conference, Greenwood,
      South Carolina, July 30, 2001

      NSAID Review. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s Conference, Little
      Rock, Arkansas, May 1, 2001

      Asthma Education. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s Conference,
      Little Rock, Arkansas, April 3, 2001.

      Risk Reduction in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes. Department of Family and Community
      Medicine Resident’s Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 2, 2001.

      Evidence-Based Drug Therapy of Systolic Congestive Heart Failure. Department of Family and
      Community Medicine Resident’s Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, December 12, 2000.

      Treatment of Lipid Disorders. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 3, 2000

      New Drug Update. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s Conference,
      Little Rock, Arkansas, August 2, 2000.

      Type 2 Diabetes Update. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, July 5, 2000

      Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease in Women. Department of Family and
      Community Medicine Resident’s Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, April 4, 2000

      Oral Contraceptives. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s Conference,
      Little Rock, Arkansas, January 4, 2000.

      NSAIDs: Focus on COX-2 Inhibitors. Department of Family and Community Medicine
      Resident’s Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, November 2, 1999

      Drug Prevention and Therapy of Osteoporosis. Department of Family and Community Medicine
      Resident’s Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, April 6, 1999

      Anticoagulation Update. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 5, 1999.

      Antibiotic Resistance. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s Conference,
      Little Rock, Arkansas, December 1, 1998.

      DFCM Diabetes Pathway. Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, November 3, 1998




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      LECTURES, CONTINUED
      Update on the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Department of Family and Community
      Medicine Resident’s Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 18, 1998

      Hormonal Replacement Therapy Update. UAMS Department of Family and Community
      Medicine Noon Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 15, 1998.

      Insulin Pattern Management. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Resident’s
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, August 28, 1998.

      Antiretroviral therapy--1998. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, July 1, 1998.

      Hypertension Update—1997: JNC-VI. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine
      Noon Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, December 16, 1997.

      Update on the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Presented to Family Physicians in
      private practice, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 30, 1997

      Asthma Guidelines – 1997. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 2, 1997

      Antiretroviral Therapy and Prophylaxis of Opportunistic Infections in HIV – 1997. UAMS
      Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas,
      August 12, 1997.

      Antiretroviral Therapy Update. Presented at Pharmacy Grand Rounds, Little Rock VA Medical
      Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 22, 1997.

      Secondary Prevention Post MI. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 14, 1997.

      Antiretroviral Therapy Update. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 7, 1997.

      First and Second line Agents for the Treatment of Outpatient Infections. UAMS Department of
      Family and Community Medicine Noon Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, August 6, 1996.

      Individualized Treatment of Hypertension: A Case Based Approach. UAMS Department of
      Family and Community Medicine Noon Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, July 2, 1996.

      Type II Diabetes Update: UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, March 20, 1996.

      Treatment of AIDS -- Primary and Secondary Prophylaxis of Opportunistic Infections. UAMS
      Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas,
      February 6, 1996.

      Treatment of AIDS -- Antiretroviral Drugs. UAMS Department of Family and Community
      Medicine Noon Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 30, 1996.

      Antiplatelets in the Prevention of Ischemic Stroke. Presented at Pharmacy Grand Rounds, Little
      Rock VA Medical Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 17, 1996.

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      LECTURES, CONTINUED
      Asthma Update. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon Conference,
      Little Rock, Arkansas, November 15, 1995.

      Adult Total Parenteral Nutrition. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 3, 1995.

      Aspirin in Prevention: Prophylaxis of Heart Attack, Stroke, Colon Cancer, and Pregnancy
      Induced Hypertension. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, April 25, 1995.

      Drug Interactions. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon Conference,
      Little Rock, Arkansas, March 15, 1995.

      Anticonvulsant Drug Therapy. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 31, 1995.

      Oral Antibiotic Update. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 21, 1994.

      Hormonal Replacement Therapy. UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine Noon
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, June 15, 1994.

      PRESENTATIONS TO PUBLIC GROUPS/ COMMUNITY SERVICE
      Where Do Pharmacists Work? AHEC NW MASH (Medical Application of Science for Health)
      Program. Fayetteville, Arkansas, July 13, 2009.

      STOP — LEARN — GO: Taking Medicine Seriously Taking Medicine Safely. Schmieding
      Center for Senior Health and Education. Springdale, Arkansas June 24, 2009.

      Brown Bag Your Way to Medication Effectiveness. Schmieding Center for Senior Health and
      Education. Springdale, Arkansas, March 13, 2008.

      Diabetes Medications. Baptist Health Medical Center-North Little Rock Diabetes Support Group,
      North Little Rock, Arkansas, April 17, 2001

      Diabetes Medications. St. Joseph's Regional Health Center Diabetes Support Group, Hot
      Springs, Arkansas, February 19, 2001

      Osteoporosis, UAMS Senior Life, Shepherd’s Center, North Little Rock, Arkansas, April 22,
      1998

      Medication Q&A Session. A Day of Arthritis Education, Arthritis Foundation, Little Rock,
      Arkansas, November 6, 1997.

      Medication review. Mars Hill Church of Christ Health Fair, Vilonia, Arkansas, March 28, 1997.

      New agents for treating diabetes mellitus. Presented to three rural Diabetes support groups via
      interactive television, Little Rock, Arkansas, July 17, 1996.

      Medication Interactions. Presented to Parkstone Place Retirement Center Residents, North
      Little Rock, Arkansas, July 19, 1995.

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      PRESENTATIONS TO PUBLIC GROUPS/ COMMUNITY SERVICE, CONTINUED
      Volunteer Pharmacist, River City Free Clinic. North Little Rock, AR. Jan 1994 – May 2001.

      Hormonal Replacement and Osteoporosis--Implications for the woman over 55. Presented at St.
      Vincent Infirmary Seminar on Osteoporosis, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 11, 1994.

      Hormonal Replacement and Osteoporosis--Implications for the woman under 55. Presented at
      St. Vincent Infirmary Seminar on Osteoporosis, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 11, 1994.

      TEACHING
      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
      2009-2010
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 4625 Therapeutics I (5 credit hours, 4% instruction)
         PhPr 5635 Therapeutics II (5 credit hours, 4% instruction)
         Family Medicine Core Clerkship (block rotation) monthly lecture (Diabetes)
         Family Medicine Core Clerkship (longitudinal rotation) ,3 lectures
         Family Medicine PGY-2 Resident Core Pharmacotherapy (3 months, 33% instruction)
      2008-2009
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 4625 Therapeutics I (5 credit hours, 10% instruction)
         PhPr 5635 Therapeutics II (5 credit hours, 4% instruction)
         Family Medicine Core Clerkship (block rotation) monthly lecture (Diabetes)
         Family Medicine PGY-2 Resident Core Pharmacotherapy (3 months, 50% instruction)

      2007-2008
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 4625 Therapeutics I (5 credit hours, 10% instruction)
         PhPr 5635 Therapeutics II (5 credit hours, 4% instruction)
         Family Medicine Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Diabetes)
         Family Medicine PGY-2 Resident Core Pharmacotherapy Rotation (1 month, 100%
          instruction)

      University of North Carolina, Charlotte
      2005-2006
         NURS 6220 Fall Semester, Pharmacotherapy for Advanced Nursing Practice
            (3 credit hours, 50% instruction)
         NURS 6220 Spring Semester, Pharmacotherapy for Advanced Nursing Practice
            (3 credit hours, 50% instruction)

      2006-2007
         NURS 6220 Fall Semester, Pharmacotherapy for Advanced Nursing Practice
            (3 credit hours, 50% instruction)

      University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
      2006-2007
         PHCY 178 AHEC Fall Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)

      2005-2006
         PHCY 178 AHEC Fall Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)
         PHCY 188 AHEC Spring Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)


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      TEACHING, CONTINUED
      University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, continued
      2004-2005
         PHCY 178 AHEC Fall Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)
         PHCY 188 AHEC Spring Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)

      2003-2004
         PHCY 178 AHEC Fall Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)
         PHCY 188 AHEC Spring Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)

      2002-2003
         PHCY 178 AHEC Fall Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)
         PHCY 188 AHEC Spring Seminar, Charlotte AHEC (1 credit hour, 2% instruction)

      Southeast Missouri State University
      1999-2000
         PAS 686 Clinical Medicine II: Endocrinology. Department of Physician Assistant Studies
            (6 credit hours, 7% instruction)

      University of Central Arkansas
      1997-1998
         Nurs 6325 Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Nursing Practice (3 credit hours, 12%
           instruction)

      1996-1997
         Nurs 6325 Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Nursing Practice (3 credit hours, 6%
           instruction)

      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
      2000-2001
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 6623 NTPD Ambulatory Care Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5626/5646 Therapeutics I (6 credit hours, 14% instruction)
         PhSci 4224 Introduction to Patient Monitoring (4 credit hours, 2% instruction)
         Family Practice Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Hypertension)

      1999-2000
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 6623 NTPD Ambulatory Care Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5626/5646 Therapeutics I (6 credit hours, 14% instruction)
         PhSci 4224 Introduction to Patient Monitoring (4 credit hours, 2% instruction)
         Nusc 5213 Nursing Pharmacology (3 credit hours 20% instruction)
         Nusc 5363 Clinical Management of the Older Family (3 credit hours, 10% instruction)
         Family Practice Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Hypertension)




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      TEACHING, CONTINUED
      University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 1998-1999
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5654 Pharmacy Practice II (4 credit hours, 15% instruction)
         PhPr 6623 NTPD Ambulatory Care Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5626/5646 Therapeutics I (6 credit hours, 14% instruction)
         PhSci 4224 Introduction to Patient Monitoring (4 credit hours, 2% instruction)
         Nusc 5213 Nursing Pharmacology (3 credit hours 20% instruction) – Fall/Spring Semesters
         Nusc 5363 Clinical Management of the Older Family (3 credit hours, 10% instruction)
         Family Practice Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Hypertension)

      1998-1999
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5654 Pharmacy Practice II (4 credit hours, 15% instruction)
         PhPr 6623 NTPD Ambulatory Care Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5626/5646 Therapeutics I (6 credit hours, 14% instruction)
         Nusc 5213 Nursing Pharmacology (3 credit hours 20% instruction) – Fall/Spring Semesters
         Nusc 5363 Clinical Management of the Older Family (3 credit hours, 10% instruction)
         Family Practice Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Hypertension)

      1997-1998
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5654 Pharmacy Practice II (4 credit hours, 5% instruction)
         PhPr 6623 NTPD Ambulatory Care Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5626/5646 Therapeutics I (6 credit hours, 14% instruction)
         Nusc 5213 Nursing Pharmacology (3 credit hours 20% instruction) – Fall/Spring Semesters
         Nusc 5363 Clinical Management of the Older Family (3 credit hours, 10% instruction)
         Family Practice Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Hypertension)

      1996-1997
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 5654 Pharmacy Practice II (4 credit hours, 15% instruction)
         PhPr 6623 NTPD Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100%)
         PhPr 5626/5646 Therapeutics I (6 credit hours, 14% instruction)
         PhPr 5762 Clinical Seminar -- Elective; course co-coordinator (2 credit hours 5% instruction)
         Nusc 5213 Nursing Pharmacology (3 credit hours 16% instruction) – Fall/Spring Semesters
         Family Practice Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Hypertension)

      1995-1996
         PhPr 6604 Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100% instruction)
         PhPr 6623 NTPD Ambulatory Care/Family Practice Rotation (4 credit hours, 100%
           instruction)
         PhPr 5654 Pharmacy Practice II (4 credit hours, 20% instruction, Physical Assessment
           Coordinator)
         PhPr 5626/5646 Therapeutics I (6 credit hours, 12% instruction)
         PhPr 5762 Clinical Seminar -- Elective; course co-coordinator (2 credit hours 40%
           instruction)
         PhPr 4602 Interpreting Laboratory Data -- Elective (2 credit hours, 6% instruction) --
           Fall/Spring
         Nusc 5213 Nursing Pharmacology (3 credit hours 7% instruction) -- Fall/Spring Semesters
         Family Practice Core Clerkship monthly lecture (Hypertension)

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      PUBLICATIONS
      Schneider EF. Endocrine Disorders. In: Mueller BA, Bertch KE, Dunsworth TS, et al, eds.
      Pharmacotherapy self-assessment program fourth ed. Kansas City: American College of
      Clinical Pharmacy, 2001:183-224

      Gardner SF, Schneider EF. 24-Hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in primary care.
      JABFP. 2001;14(3):166-71.

      Schneider EF, Gardner SF, Johnson JT. Development of a practical examination utilizing
      standardized participants for disease state management credentialing. Am J Pharm Ed
      2000;64:173-176.

      Kaufman SE, Schneider EF. Sublingual nifedipine for hypertensive crisis: dangers, myths,
      controversy. J Am Acad Phys Assist 2000;13(3):67-80.

      Schneider EF. Respiratory tract infections: The rational use of antibiotics. The Rx Consultant
      1999;8(10):1-7.

      Monaghan MS, Vanderbush RE, McKay AB, Gardner SF, Schneider EF. A computerized
      database approach to enhance critical thinking. J Pharm Teaching 1999;7(2):35-50.

      Granberry MC, Schneider EF, Fonseca VA. The role of troglitazone in treating the insulin
      resistance syndrome. Pharmacotherapy 1998;18(5):973-987.

      Schneider EF. Asthma Rescue Therapy. Madison, WI: Power-Pak Communications; 1998.
      (http://www.powerpak.com/CE/Asthma/default.htm)

      Monaghan MS, Vanderbush RE, Gardner SF, Schneider EF, Grady AR, McKay AB.
      Standardized patients: An ability-based outcomes assessment for the evaluation of clinical skills
      in traditional and nontraditional education. Am J Pharmaceutical Ed 1997;61:337-344.

      White LM, Schneider EF, Gardner SF, Talley JD. Long-term pharmacologic management after
      myocardial infarction. Pharmacy Times 1997;63(12):63-73.

      Monaghan MS, Jones RM, Schneider EF, Richardson RF, Grady AR, McCormack JR. Using
      standardized patients to teach physical assessment skills to pharmacists. Am J Pharmaceutical
      Ed 1997;61:266-271.

      Granberry MC, Gardner SF, Schneider EF, Carter IR. Comparison of two formulations of
      nifedipine during 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring. Pharmacotherapy
      1996;16(5):932-936.

      Gardner SF, Schneider EF, Granberry MC, Carter IR. Combination therapy with low-dose
      lovastatin and niacin is a s effective as higher-dose lovastatin. Pharmacotherapy
      1996;16(3):419-423.

      Smith SW, Sealy DP, Schneider EF, Lackland D. An evaluation of the safety and efficacy of
      fluconazole in the treatment of onychomycosis. So Med J 1995;88(12):1217-20.

      Schneider EF, Irwin ME. How to deal with an angry health care professional. Am J Health-Syst
      Pharm 1995;52(2):216-217.


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      PUBLICATIONS, CONTINUED
      Fadigan AB, Sealy DP, Schneider EF. Preeclampsia: Progress and Puzzle. American Fam
      Phys 1994 49(3):849-856.

      Schneider EF, Dickert KJ. Health costs and benefits of fungicide use in agriculture: A literature
      review. J Agromed 1994;1(1):19-37.

      Nelsen S, Sealy DP, Schneider EF. The aseptic meningitis syndrome. American Fam Phys
      1993;48(5):809-815.

      Schneider EF, Weart CW, Carson DS. Family Medicine Clinical Pharmacy: The South Carolina
      Experience. J Pharmacy Practice 1992;V(1):31-36.

      ABSTRACTS/LETTERS
      Stowe CD, Schneider EF, Thomas JL, Breen PJ, Ragland D, Heldenbrand SD, Hastings JK,
      Gardner SF. Development and implementation of a high-stakes objective structured clinical
      examination (OSCE)-based senior summative examination. Am J Pharmaceutical Ed. 2010;
      74(5) Article 96:89-90.

      Schneider EF, Stowe CD, Carle MH, Gardner SF. Design, implementation and evaluation of a
      summative exam for P-2 students. Am J Pharmaceutical Ed. 2010; 74(5) Article 96:88.

      Neill KK, Gubbins PO, Warmack S, Johnson JT, Schneider EF, Carle MH. Implementation of a
      faculty item review process for examination content in the therapeutics coursework. Am J
      Pharmaceutical Ed. 2010; 74(5) Article 96:67.

      Neill KK, Schneider EF, Carle MH. Faculty development workshop series to improve delivery
      and assessment of student learning. Kathryn K. Neill, Am J Pharmaceutical Ed. 2010; 74(5)
      Article 96:63.

      Coulter L, Grady A, Granberry M, Geurian K, Johnson J, Marsh C, McCafferty R, Myatt SM,
      Schneider E. Case based lecture versus standard lecture style. (Abstract). Am J Pharm Educ
      1997;61(Winter Suppl):80S.

      Vanderbush RE, Monaghan MS, Gardner SF, Schneider E, McKay AB. A computerized
      database approach to enhancing critical thinking. (Abstract) Am J Pharm Educ 1997;61(Winter
      Suppl):97S.

      Monaghan MS, Jones RM, Schneider EF, Richardson RF, Grady AR, McCormack JR, Randall
      J. Using standardized patients to teach physical assessment skills to pharmacists. (Abstract)
      Am J Pharm Educ 1997;61(Winter Suppl):98S.

      Monaghan MS, Vanderbush RE, Gardner SF, Schneider EF, Grady AR, McKay AB.
      Standardized patients: An ability-based outcomes assessment for the evaluation of clinical skills
      in traditional and nontraditional education. (Abstract) Am J Pharm Educ 1997;61(Winter
      Suppl):103S.

      Schneider EF. Antiplatelets in the prevention of ischemic stroke (Abstract). Int Pharmaceutical
      Abstracts 1995;32(21):2362.

      Schneider EF, Gardner SF, Granberry MC, Carter IR. Low-dose niacin plus lovastatin versus
      higher-dose lovastatin (Abstract). Pharmacotherapy 1995;15(3):403.



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      ABSTRACTS/LETTERS, CONTINUED
      Granberry MC, Gardner SF, Schneider EF, Carter IR. Comparison of Adalat CC versus
      Procardia XL with twenty-four hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (Abstract).
      Pharmacotherapy 1995;15(3):394.

      Schneider EF, Udeaja J, Vanderbush RE. Development and implementation of an ambulatory
      care rotation for students enrolled in a nontraditional doctor of pharmacy program. (Abstract)
      Am J Pharm Educ 1994;58(Suppl):124S.

      RESEARCH
      Granberry MC, Gardner SF, Schneider EF, Carter IR. Comparison of Adalat CC versus
      Procardia XL with twenty-four hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

      Gardner SF, Schneider EF, Rollins S, Mann, RJ. Low dose lovastatin + niacin versus higher
      dose lovastatin. American College of Clinical Pharmacy Grant -- $10,000

      Sealy DP, Schneider EF, Smith SW. An Evaluation of Fluconazole in the Treatment of
      Onychomycosis. Southern Medical Association Grant - $2500.00. Montgomery Center for
      Family Medicine, Greenwood, South Carolina

      Schneider EF, Hatcher HF. The efficacy and tolerability of extended-release felodipine in adult
      patients with mild to moderate uncomplicated essential hypertension. Multicenter trial
      coordinated by Merck Sharp & Dohme. Montgomery Center for Family Medicine, Greenwood,
      South Carolina.

      HONORS / AWARDS
      Clinical Faculty Award, UAMS College of Pharmacy, May 1998
      Exceptional Residency Teacher, UAMS Department of Family & Community Medicine, Dec
      1997
      Exceptional Clinical Teaching, UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine, Dec
      1997
      Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award, Little Rock Family Practice Residency Program, Jun 1996
      ACCP / Bristol-Myers Squibb Family Medicine Research Award, Aug 1995
      Outstanding Faculty Teacher of the Year, Self Memorial Family Practice Residency, Jun 1993
      Sandoz Award for Clinical Achievement, Medical University of South Carolina, May 1990.
      Rho Chi Honor Society, Medical University of South Carolina, Mar 1990.

      COMMITTEES
       UAMS College of Pharmacy Executive Committee. July 2009-present.
       UAMS College of Pharmacy Promotion and Tenure Committee. August 2008 – present
       UAMS College of Pharmacy Assessment Committee (Chair). September 2007 – June 2009
       UAMS College of Pharmacy Summative Exam 1 Committee. January 2008 – April 2008
       CarolinaCARE Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. April 2006 – June 2007
       Eastland Family Practice Clinical Transformation Committee (co-chair). April 2005 – June 2007
       Eastland Family Practice Patient Education Committee. January 2003 – June 2007
       Eastland Family Practice CQI Committee. January 2003 – June 2007
       Family Practice Diabetes Collaborative. January 2003 – December 2004
       CMC Ambulatory Care Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. January 2003 – June 2007
       National Medical Health Card Services (NMHCRX) P&T Committee. April 2002 – June 2007
       Self Regional Healthcare Adverse Drug Events Committee. February 2002 – August 2002
       Self Regional Healthcare Institutional Review Committee. June 2001 – August 2002
       Self Regional Healthcare Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. June 2001 – August 2002

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      COMMITTEES, CONTINUED
       Montgomery Center Performance Improvement committee (chair) June 2001 – August 2002
       Self Regional Healthcare Indigent Drug Committee. June 2001 – August 2002
       Arkansas Board of Nursing Prescriptive Authority Advisory Committee. July 1999 – May 2001
       College of Pharmacy Promotion and Tenure Committee. July 1999 – May 2001
       National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, DSM Review Committee. Jan 1999 – Dec 2005
       University Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics DUE Subcommittee. Oct 1998 – May 2001
       UAMS Telecommunications and Distance Learning Committee, Apr 1997 – June 1998
       Pharmacy Associates Managed Pharmaceutical Services P&T Committee. Apr 1997 – May 2001
       National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, NAPLEX Review Committee. Jan 1997 – present
       Department of Family & Community Medicine CME Advisory Committee. Nov 1996 – May 2001
       American Diabetes Association, Arkansas Affiliate, Program Committee. Sep 1996 – 1998
       College of Pharmacy Promotion and Tenure Study Committee. May 1996 – Aug 1996
       University Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Aug 1994 – June 1997
       University Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics DUE Subcommittee. Jun 1994 – Aug 1995
       DFCM Quality Improvement Committee. Aug 1993 – Jun 1999
       Department of Family/Community Medicine Geriatrics Assessment. Sep 1993 – Jun 1997

      REFERENCES
      Furnished upon request




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