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Scott Baggarly
Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
PHAR 261
318-342-3020
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Scott A Baggarly, PhD
Associate Professor, Pharmacy

Education

Ph D

2003, Pharmacy Administration
University of Louisiana at Monroe

MBA

2001,
University of Louisiana at Monroe

BS

1987, Pharmacy
Northeast Louisiana University

Biographical Sketch

   I currently serve as an Associate Professor in the Clinical Sciences Department of the College of Pharmacy at ULM.  My area of specialty is in Social and Administrative Pharmacy and my teaching responsibilities have included both graduate and professional-level courses.  I currently teach pharmacy ethics, research methods and scientific literature evaluation, health care systems, and pharmacoeconomics.  I also serve on the Editorial Board of Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, which promotes scholarship in all areas of pharmaceutical education..

   In addition to academia, I have practiced as a staff pharmacist in privately-owned community pharmacies and have supervisory and managerial experience in both chain and hospital pharmacy settings.  This broad base of experience allows me to bring relevant examples to my teaching as we prepare our students to become capable, caring pharmacists who enhance the health and wellness of our communities.

 

 

 

Licensure & Certification

Medication Administration Registration, Louisiana Board of Pharmacy. (July 2013 - Present)
Certified Pharmacist Preceptor, Louisiana Board of Pharmacy. (January 2005 - Present)
Registered Pharmacist, LA Board of Pharmacy. (August 05 1987 - Present)

Research Interests

My current research interests include medication compliance, survey development, secondary database research in ambulatory care, and the scholarship of teaching and learning..

Recent Publications

Baggarly, S. A., Evans, J. D. (2014). Comparison of K-Type and True/False structured questions administered to Doctor of Pharmacy students [Abstract]. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Baggarly, S. A., Kemp, R. J., Wang, X., Magoun, A. D. (2014). Factors Associated with Medication Adherence and Persistence of Treatment for Hypertension in a Medicaid Population (pp. e99-112). Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.
Baggarly, S., Sampognaro, L. A., Smith, C., Adams, E., Wicker, A. M., Leader, W. G. (2008). Validation of a Survey of Alcohol-Related Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitudes with Respect to Alcohol Use in Doctor of Pharmacy Students [Abstract] (pp. 225). Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
Smith, C., Sampognaro, L. A., Leader, W. G., Baggarly, S. (2008). Perceptions of Students and Community Pharmacists regarding Community Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences. Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Parmar, J., Jain, G., Baggarly, S., Jenkins, T., Lawrence, L. (2008). Initial Therapies for Acute Otitis Externa in the Louisiana Medicaid Population [Abstract]. ISPOR Research Digest.
Jain, G., Parmar, J., Jenkins, T., Baggarly, S., Lawrence, L. (2008). Comparing the Effectiveness of Cortisporin vs. Ciprodex for Acute Otitis Externa in the Louisiana Medicaid Population [Abstract]. ISPOR Research Digest.
Bonthapally, V. V., Sabyasachi, G., Baggarly, S., Rappaport, H., Feldhaus, J. B., Jastram, J. (2008). Prescribing Trends and Determinants of Antiviral Treatment for Patients with Influenza in the United States for the years 1999-2005 [Abstract]. ISPOR Research Digest.
Sampognaro, L. A., Baggarly, S., Smith, C., Leader, W. G. (2008). Impact of Service Learning Presentations on Elementary School Student Knowledge regarding Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyles (pp. 11). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Sampognaro, L. A., Baggarly, S., LeBlanc, D., Adams, E., Smith, C., Wicker, A. M., Leader, W. G. (2008). Impact of a web-based alcohol consumption survey on knowledge, behavior and attitudes of pharmacy students (pp. 84). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharaceutical Education.
Zagar, T. M., Baggarly, S. (2008). Student Pharmacist Perceptions Regarding Medication Management Difficulties of Low Vision Patients Following a Simulation Activity (pp. 72). Alexandria, Virginia: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Leader, W. G., Baggarly, S., Caldwell, M. L., Sampognaro, L. A., Lawrence, L. (2008). Impact of an Introductory Leadership Course on Student Leadership Beliefs and Behaviors [Abstract] (pp. 132e-133e). Pharmacotherapy.
Sampognaro, L. A., Baggarly, S., Leblanc, D. A., Adams, E., Smith, C., Wicker, A. M., Leader, W. G. (2008). Characterization of alcohol-related knowledge, behavior, and attitudes of (pp. 177e). Pharmacotherapy.
Baggarly, S., Jenkins, T., Biglane, G., Smith, G. W., Smith, C., Blaylock, B. (2009). Community Pharmacists' Opinions on Implementation of the "Ask-Advise-Refer" Smoking Cessation Model in Louisiana: A Pilot Study [Abstract] (pp. 302). Washington, DC: Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
Smith, G. W., Evans, E., Baggarly, S. (2009). Enhancing students' knowledge and confidence for evaluating internet health-related resources. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Bischoff, A. L., Chelette, C. T., Baggarly, S., Walker, A. (2010). Determining the efficacy of hands-on teaching methods using assessment and outcomes in a professional practice laboratory setting (pp. 307). Washington, DC: American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting.
Zagar, T. M., Baggarly, S. (2010). Low Vision Simulator Goggles in Pharmacy Education (pp. 7). Alexandria, Virginia: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Baggarly, S., Jenkins, T. L., Biglane, G., Smith, G. W., Smith, C., Blaylock, B. (2010). Implementing a Referral to Telephone Tobacco Cessation Services in Louisiana Community Pharmacies: A Pilot Study (pp. 1395-1402). Cincinnati, OH: The Annals of Pharmacotherapy.
Chelette, C. T., Baggarly, S., Bischoff, A. L., Walker, A., Stewart, R. (2010). Assessing “Check-Tech” active learning exercises within a professional pharmacy practice laboratory setting (pp. 53-54). Alexandria, VA: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education - American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
Zagar, T. M., Baggarly, S. (2010). Simulation-Based Learning About Medication Management Difficulties of Low Vision Patients. Alexandria, Virginia: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Smith, G. W., Baggarly, S. (2011). Enhancing Pharmacy Students’ Knowledge and Confidence in Evaluating Internet Resources by Applying Health-on-the-Net (HON) Principles. (pp. 33). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Smith, G. W., Baggarly, S. (2011). Enhancing Pharmacy Students’ Knowledge and Confidence in Evaluating Internet Resources by Applying Health-on-the-Net (HON) Principles. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Stewart, R., Chelette, C. T., Baggarly, S., Feldhaus, J. B. (2011). "How did I miss that? A laboratory exercise demonstrating insufficient attention". Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Smith, G. W., Baggarly, S. (2012). Enhancing Preceptor Knowledge and Confidence in Evaluating Internet Resources by Applying Health-on-the-Net (HON) Principles. (pp. 30). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Stewart, R., Baggarly, S., Chelette, C. T. (2012). Impact of Insufficient Attention and Inattentional Blindness on Student Knowledge, Confidence, and Performance in a Challenging Pharmacy Simulation[Abstract]. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Smith, G. W., Baggarly, S. (2012). Enhancing Preceptor Knowledge and Confidence in Evaluating Internet Resources by Applying Health-on-the-Net (HON) Principles. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Pate, K., Pate, A., Baggarly, S., Terrell, J. L., Stewart, R. (2013). Emergency Contraception: Evaluation of curricular content impact on student pharmacists' knowledge, attitudes, and confidence. Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Stewart, R., Baggarly, S., Chelette, C. T. (2013). Student Self-Assessment of Knowledge and Application of Legal Concepts in a Community Pharmacy Simulation (pp. 499-507). Downers Grove, IL: Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.

Research Grants

Baggarly, S. (Co-Principal), Kemp, R. (Co-Principal), "Patterns of drug therapy for the treatment of hypertension in the Louisiana Medicaid Population" (Funded), Sponsored By Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America, Inc., External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $107500. (February 2011 - July 30 2012).
Smith, G. W. (Co-Principal), Biglane, G. (Principal), Jenkins, T. (Co-Principal), Baggarly, S. (Co-Principal), Smith, G. W. (Co-Principal), Blaylock, B. (Co-Principal), Smith, C. (Co-Principal), "Ask-Advise-Refer: Pharmacists Helping Louisiana Kick the Habit – Smoking cessation program." (Funded), Sponsored By Louisiana DHH, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $75000.00. (July 2008 - December 2010).

Awards & Honors

April 2010 Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honor Society.

April 2003 School of Pharmacy Research Achievement Award.

Courses Taught

PHAR 4047Pharmacy Ethics, 1 course(s)

PHAR 4070Hospital Pharmacy, 1 course(s)

PHAR 5045Research Methodology, 1 course(s)

PHAR 5046Research Design, 1 course(s)

PHAR 5089Research Meth For Pharmacist, 3 course(s)

PHRD 4031PHARMACY PRACTICE ETHICS/LAW I, 8 course(s)

PHRD 4033DRUG INFORMATION RETRIEVAL, 7 course(s)

PHRD 4052RESEARCH METH & LIT EVAL, 6 course(s)

PHRD 4077HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS, 3 course(s)

PHRD 5025PHARMACOECONOMICS & OUTCOMES, 3 course(s)

PHRD 5054HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION, 4 course(s)

PHRD 5061WOMEN'S HEALTH AND PHARMACIST, 1 course(s)