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									                             Derek S. Dore
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Education

9/93-5/99      Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy


Work Experience

9/97-present   Promark
               Pharmacy Benefit Management Company
               Peacedale, RI
               Pharmacy Intern: Review requests for medications that are on prior
               authorization status. Utilize PCS, First Health, Comcotec, and Foxpro
               computer systems to acquire relevant medication histories, enter approved
               and denied prior authorization and medical necessity requests, check
               patient eligibility, and respond to medical providers’ requests.

5/96-8/97      Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center
               Acute care hospital
               Methuen, MA
               Pharmacy Intern: Prepared unit dose and intravenous medications for
               inpatients (became certified in intravenous calculations and admixture).
               Monitored patients’ medications and IV bags for proper drugs and doses.
               Assisted the pharmacists in reviewing patients’ medication profiles and
               laboratory values to insure proper therapy and safe drug levels.
               Recommended dosage adjustments based on patients’ renal function.
               Provided drug information to health care professionals.

8/94-5/96      Daniel Lynch Pharmacy
               Independent pharmacy
               Newburyport, MA
               Pharmacy Intern: Assisted the pharmacists in dispensing and
               compounding medications, inventory control, and patient counseling.
               Delivered medications and medical supplies to nursing homes and
               customers’ homes.




9/92-present   Hodgies Ice Cream
               Ice cream stand
               Amesbury, MA
              Ice cream maker/server: Responsible for daily ice cream production,
              inventory, and customer service.


Experiential Education

3/99-5/99     Managed Care Clinical Clerkship
              Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
              Providence, RI
              Preceptor: Pamela Benson, RPh

2/99-3/99     Psychiatry Clinical Clerkship
              Veterans Affairs Medical Center
              Providence, RI
              Preceptor: Robert Dufresne, Ph.D., BCPP

1/99-2/99     Pharmacy Benefit Management Clinical Clerkship
              Promark
              Peacedale, RI
              Preceptor: Jacqueline Constantino, RPh, M.B.A.

11/98-12/98   Community Pharmacy Practice Externship
              CVS Pharmacy
              Johnston, RI
              Preceptor: Susan Delmonico, RPh
              Assist pharmacists in filling prescriptions, compounding medications,
              providing drug information to physicians, and counseling patients.

9/98-10/98    Acute Medicine Clinical Clerkship
              Rhode Island Hospital
              Providence, RI
              Preceptor: Norma Owens, Pharm.D.
              Primary activity included the delivery of pharmaceutical care to patients of
              a multidisciplinary inpatient medical team. Other activities included case
              presentations, drug information papers, journal club, and the provision of
              drug information to health care professionals.

8/98-9/98     Primary Care Medicine
              Coastal Medical
              Cranston, RI
              Preceptors: Kathleen Melbourne, Pharm.D., Jon Rasmussen, Pharm.D.
              resident, Susan Brown, Pharm.D. resident
              Activities included integrating pharmaceutical care into the delivery of
              primary care in a physician’s office setting. This was accomplished by
              conducting chart reviews, shadowing physicians, counseling patients on
              their disease states and medications, making therapeutic
              recommendations, and providing drug information to providers. Other
              responsibilities included giving an inservice to Coastal Medical staff,
                completing oral disease state reviews, written drug information questions,
                and a disease state write up on insomnia for the Coastal Medical
                Pharmaceutical Care manual.

6/98-7/98       Managed Care Externship
                Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
                Providence, RI
                Preceptors: Elise Varkonyi, RPh, Steven J. Kogut, RPh, M.B.A.
                 Duties included extensive patient counseling, prescription entry,
                dispensing, and providing drug information to health care professionals in
                a staff model Health Maintenance Organization. Special project consisted
                of writing a newsletter to physicians at Harvard Pilgrim entitled
                “Pharmacotherapy of Uncomplicated Hypertension: An overview of
                recent literature”.


Presentations

9/98   Clopidogrel (PlavixR) vs aspirin for prevention of stroke
       Debate presented at the University of Rhode Island to clinical pharmacy faculty
       and Doctor of Pharmacy students and residents for PHP 581 Clinical Pharmacy
       Seminar.

9/98   Management of Insomnia
       An inservice presented to a Doctor of Pharmacy resident and nurse practitioners at
       Coastal Medical.

1/98   Pharmacotherapy of Obesity: A focus on sibutramine hydrochloride (MeridiaR)
       A discussion presented at the University of Rhode Island to clinical pharmacy
       faculty and Doctor of Pharmacy students for PHP 582 Clinical Pharmacy
       Seminar.

12/97 Oral Contraceptives and Stroke: Is there a link?
      Debate presented at the University of Rhode Island to clinical pharmacy faculty
      and Doctor of Pharmacy students for PHP 581 Clinical Pharmacy Seminar.

12/97 Pharmacokinetics of Insulin Lispro (HumalogR)
      Presented to clinical pharmacy faculty and Doctor of Pharmacy students at the
      University of Rhode Island for APS 535 Clinical Pharmacokinetics.

4/97   The Use of Glimepiride (AmarylR) in Type II Diabetes
       Presented to Pharmacology/Toxicology faculty, teaching assistants and pharmacy
       students at the University of Rhode Island.

Awards and Honors

7/98, 7/97, 7/96       University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy Scholarship
7/97                Heber W. Youngken Scholarship

4/97                Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Scholarship Award

3/97- present       Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honor Society
                          Treasurer 1997-1998

2/97-present        Golden Key National Honor Society

11/95-present       Mortar Board Leadership/Service Honor Society

12/93               Phi Eta Sigma Freshman Honor Society

1993-1998           Dean’s List

6/92                Massachusetts Boy’s State Delegate


Professional Organizations

10/98-present       Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy

10/98-present       American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists

3/96-present        Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society
                          President 1997-1998
                                 Responsibilities included organizing and
                                 coordinating the pharmacy freshman welcome
                                 picnic, the initiation ceremony, and the College of
                                 Pharmacy Senior Banquet.
                          Treasurer 1996-1997
                                 Managed income, expenses and purchases of the
                                 organization.

9/93-present        Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity
                         Auditing Chairman 1997-1998
                                Responsibilities included tracking income,
                                expenses, and purchases of the fraternity.
                         Secretary 1996-1997
                                Responsibilities included communication with the
                                national office. Recorded the minutes of the weekly
                                meetings, and maintained the membership
                                directory.
                         Treasurer 1997-1998
                                Managed all income, expenses, and purchases of the
                                fraternity.

9/93-8/97           Academy of Students of Pharmacy
                               Vice President 1996-1997
                                      Assisted in the organization and coordination of the
                                      1996 Northeast ASP Midyear Regional Meeting
                                      hosted by the University of Rhode Island.
                                      Coordinated a career night round table discussion
                                      and patient counseling competition.


Professional and Community Service

9/95-present   University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy
               “Meet the University”
                     Speaker and tour guide for future students and parents, sharing my
                     experiences as a pharmacy student, addressing their concerns and
                     discussing the profession of pharmacy.

4/96           Poison Control Workshop
                      Organized and coordinated a poison control workshop for 140
                      students at a local elementary school.

9/93-9/95      Project Pumpkin and Project Sunrise
                      Participated in these programs to assist elderly or disabled
                      residents accomplish seasonal yard work and household cleaning.

11/94          Lambda Chi Alpha Food Drive
                    Collected, organized, and delivered canned goods to needy
                    households.


Social Activities

9/93-present   University of Rhode Island Intramural Sports
                      Participate in football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball seasons

1/94-5/95      Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity

9/93-5/94      Student Entertainment Committee


Personal Interests

Sports (football, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf), outdoor activities (hiking, mountain
climbing, skiing), stock market

								
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