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Tibb Jacobs
Clinical Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
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Tibb F Jacobs, PharmD
Clinical Associate Professor, Pharmacy

Education

PharmD

2002,
Univeristy of Louisiana at Monroe

BS

1998, psychology
Louisiana State University

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Jacobs is a 2002 graduate of the first PharmD class at the ULM College of Pharmacy.  After graduation, she worked for a year, and then she pursued residency training at the University of Mississippi for Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi and completed her training in 2004.  She then returned to her alma mater in August 2004 to begin her career in academia at the Shreveport Campus as a clinical assistant professor.  Dr. Jacobs was promoted to Clinical Associate Professor in 2010.

Dr. Jacobs currently practices in the Family Medicine clinics at University Health- Shreveport.  She also runs a private employee clinic at a locally-based national drug wholesaler.  She offers an ambulatory care rotation to fourth year pharmacy students.

Dr. Jacobs really enjoys providing career planning assistance to pharmacy students, particularly assistance with the residency application (CVs, interviewing, etc).  She coordinates an elective (Clinical Pharmacy Career Development) designed specifically to help students with this process.

Dr. Jacobs is married to Marlon (a pharmacist at Christus Highland in Shreveport) and enjoys reading, transporting her kids (Reese and Lila) to their many extra-curricular activities, and planning her next family vacation!

Licensure & Certification

Pharmacy Based Cardiovascular Disease Risk Management, American Pharmacists Association. (March 2018 - Present)
Pharmacy Based Immunization Delivery Program, American Pharmacists Association. (October 2003 - Present)
Louisiana Pharmacist License, Louisiana Board of Pharmacy. (August 2002 - Present)
Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, Board of Pharmacy Specialties. (October 2004 - December 2018)
Mississippi Pharmacist license, Mississippi. (June 2003 - December 2005)

Research Interests

She is particularly interested in the effects of a residency preparation course on student success in the very competitive residency application process.  She is also interested in other areas of intervention (i.e.interview preparation, mentorship) in the residency application process.

Recent Publications

Jacobs, T., Ford, L., Guidry, C. (2018). Anthim (obiltoxaximab): a monoclonal antibody used to treat inhalation anthrax in combination with appropriate antibiotic therapy. Baton Rouge, LA: LA Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T., Pate, K., Dearman, K. (2017). Navigating naloxone (Narcan, Evzio) use in Louisiana: an update on the standing order and the opioid antagonist. Baton Rouge, LA: LA Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T., Barre, S. (2016). Zario (filgrastim-SNDZ): the first FDA approved biosimilar. Baton Rouge, LA: LA Health System Pharmacist.
Dearman, K. (2016). A new treatment to reduce hospital admission in heart failure patients. Baton Rouge, LA: LA Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T., Cooke, E., Blanton, J. (2014). (Tivicay) Dolutegravir: a new HIV-1 integrase strand transfer inhibitor. Baton Rouge, LA: LA Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T., Savoy, M., Jones, D. (2013). Linzess (linaclotide): an FDA approved drug for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome with constipation. Baton Rouge, LA: LA Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T. (2013). Incretin mimetics: Pros and cons, and emerging agents in diabetes treatment. American Journal of Managed Care.
Jacobs, T. F., Manor, S. (2008). Effect of a seminar on pharmacy student attitudes toward residency training. American Journal of Health System Pharmacists.
Evans, J., Evans, E., Jacobs, T. F. (2008). The role of acetyl-L-carnitine (ALC) in peripheral diabetic neuropathy (DPN) (pp. 1686-91). Annals of Pharmacotherapy.
Jacobs, T. F., Evans, E., Evans, J., Roberts, R., German, J. (2008). Medical students' perceptions of pharmacists' roles and qualifications (pp. 42). American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Evans, J., Evans, E., Jacobs, T. F. (2008). Impact of four dollar prescription programs on prescribing habits of family medicine providers (pp. 230). Journal of the American Pharmacist Association.
Labruzzo Mohundro, B. A., Evans, E., Jacobs, T. F., Wicker, A. M., Storer, A. R., Manor, S. (2009). Evaluation of Chlamydia and gonorrhea treatment in Louisiana outpatient clinics. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
Jacobs, T. F., Evans, E., Evans, J., Terrell, J. L. (2009). Impact of point-of-care computer access on student pharmacists' interventions. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Evans, E., Evans, J., Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L. (2009). Enhancing patient care and professional relationships through interprofessional experiential education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Evans, E., Jacobs, T. F., Isherwood, P., Evans, J., Jenkins, T. (2009). Impact of a pharmacist-developed protocol on the monitoring and prescribing of methadone in chronic, non-cancer pain management. Washington, DC: Journal of the American Pharmacist Association.
Kristian, F., Whitney, J., Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L., Evans, E. (2009). Impact of PharmD faculty/students on hypertension management in a family medicine clinic. American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists Midyear Meeting.
Evans, E., Evans, J., Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L., Roberts, R., German, J., Fort, A. T. (2010). Impact of interprofessional education in an outpatient clinic on patient care and professional relationships (pp. 598, 601). Am J Health-Syst Pharm.
Morgan, M., McClung, K., Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L. (2010). Management of hypertension by pharmacy faculty and students in a family medicine clinic. ASHP.
Scott, A., Jacobs, T. F. (2011). Dabagatrin for stroke prevention. Baton Rouge, LA: LA Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L. (2011). Management of Gestational Diabetes (pp. 3-6). US Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T. F. (2011). Ipilimumab: A new treatment for unresectable or metastatic melanoma (pp. 6-8). Louisiana Health System Pharmacist.
B, P., L, D., S, P., Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L., Parish, R. (2011). Influence of medication payment status on hypertension control rates in a family medicine clinic. American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists, Midyear Clinical Meeting.
Jacobs, T. F. (2012). Preterm Birth: Is 17P the Answer? (pp. 4-5). Louisiana Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L. (2012). Dificid (fidaxomicin): an FDA-approved antibacterial for the treatment of clostridium difficule associated diarrhea. (pp. 7-8). Louisiana Health System Pharmacist.
Jacobs, T. F., Terrell, J. L. (2013). Nausea, Vomiting and Upper GI Motility Disorders (pp. 429-442). ASHP.
Jacobs, T. F. (2013). The Match Process (pp. 177-192). McGraw Hill Companies.
Jacobs, T. F. (2013). The utilization of antimicrobial stewardship programs in health-care systems. LSHP.

Research Grants

Tibb, J. (Co-Principal), Terrell, J. (Co-Principal), "Use of manual vs automatic blood pressure cuffs in a required pharmacy student integrated lab sequence" (Pending Funding Decision), Sponsored By Omron, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $5600. (February 2018 - Present).
Jacobs, T. (Co-Principal), Terell, J. (Co-Principal), "Morris and Dickson Contract-Clinical services - employee health clinic" (Funded), Sponsored By BoydLand Consulting, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $4920. (January 2018 - Present).
Jacobs, T. (Co-Principal), Terrell, J. (Co-Principal), "Morris and Dickson Contract-Clinical services - employee health clinic" (Funded), Sponsored By Casey's Pharmacy Inc./BoydLand Consulting, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $9465. (January 2017 - December 2017).
Jacobs, T. (Co-Principal), Terrell, J. (Co-Principal), "Clinical Services- Employee Health Clinic" (Funded), Sponsored By Casey's Pharmacy Inc., External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $13245. (January 2016 - December 2016).
Jacobs, T. (Co-Principal), Jamie, T. (Co-Principal), "Morris and Dickson Contract-Clinical services - employee health clinic" (Funded), Sponsored By Casey's Pharmacy Inc., External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $12490. (May 2015 - December 2015).
Jacobs, T. F. (Co-Principal), Terrell, J. L. (Principal), "Improved ULM Pharmacy Student Technology and Patient Care at a Satellite Campus Through the Use of Student Laptops" (Not Funded), Sponsored By ULM, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $3097. (January 2011).
Jacobs, T. F. (Principal), Terrell, J. L., "Improving Pharmacy Student Clinical Skills Using Blood Pressure Monitoring Equipment" (Not Funded), Sponsored By ULM, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $1513. (December 2010).
Evans, E. (Principal), Labruzzo Mohundro, B. A. (Co-Principal), Jacobs, T. F. (Supporting), Wicker, A. M. (Supporting), Storer, A. R. (Supporting), Manor, S. (Supporting), "Impact of a multi-faceted educational intervention on sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates in a high-risk population" (Funded), Sponsored By ULM College of Pharmacy Clinical and Administrative Sciences, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $3639. (January 2009 - June 2010).
Cockerham, M. B. (Co-Principal), Jacobs, T. F. (Principal), Terrell, J. L. (Co-Principal), Manor, S. (Co-Principal), Storer, A. R. (Co-Principal), "Technology Improvement Of ULM Pharmacy Student Computer Lab At The College of Pharmacy - Shreveport Campus" (Funded), Sponsored By Student Technology Access Plan, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $4962.55. (November 12 2009 - May 2010).

Awards & Honors

May 2012 Faculty Preceptor of the Year.

August 2010 Associate professor.

October 2008 ASHP Best Practices.

October 2008 ASHP Best Practices.

December 2004 Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist.

Courses Taught

PHAR 3085Patient Counseling & Comm, 2 course(s)

PHAR 4040Prof Service Access, 1 course(s)

PHAR 4046Non-Prescrip Meds, 2 course(s)

PHAR 5061Womens Health & The Pharmacist, 1 course(s)

PHAR 5085Dis Path Pharm I, 2 course(s)

PHAR 5088Disease Pathogen & Pharm Iv, 2 course(s)

PHAR 6036Advanced Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice, 1 course(s)

PHRD 4079SELF CARE/PATIENT ASSESS I MOD, 7 course(s)

PHRD 4083GASTRO NUTRITION & HEPTIC MOD, 7 course(s)

PHRD 5010CARDIOVASCULAR MODULE, 6 course(s)

PHRD 5031RESPIRATORY MODULE, 1 course(s)

PHRD 5037EYES, EARS, THROAT & DERM MOD, 6 course(s)

PHRD 5061WOMEN'S HEALTH AND PHARMACIST, 3 course(s)

PHRD 5065CLINICAL PHARMACY CAREER DEV, 6 course(s)