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Roxie Stewart
Clinical Associate Professor
Clinical Sciences
PHAR 174F
318-342-1703
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Roxie L Stewart, PharmD
Clinical Associate Professor, Pharmacy

Education

PharmD

2006,
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

BS

1990, Pharmacy
Northeast Louisiana University

Biographical Sketch

As the Coordinator of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE), I am primarily responsibility is the implementation and maintenance of IPPEs. This includes:

  • Counsel, coach, and advise students and preceptors on introductory practice experiences
  • Design, implement and refine, in collaboration with other faculty, the IPPE program for the School of Pharmacy
  • Develop and maintain up to date databases with respect to IPPE practice sites, preceptors, faculty, and students
  • Ensure appropriate quantity and quality of IPPE sites
  • Ensure appropriate quality and quantity of IPPE preceptors
  • Develop, implement, and maintain an orientation program for IPPEs
  • Develop and publish the IPPE calendar annually
  • Establish and maintain contractual/affiliation agreements between the University and approved practice sites and/or preceptors throughout the state and in other states
  • Seek extramural funding, as appropriate, to advance experiential education initiatives
  • Monitor student, preceptor, and IPPE site evaluations on a routine basis
  • Resolve experiential learning problems with full-time and contracted services faculty
  • Maintain the IPPE manuals
  • Maintain relationships with state and national practitioner organizations and AACP as related to experiential education

In addition, I coordinate and teach Pharmaceutical Calculations (PHRD 4004) to first year professional students, and am the coordinator and faculty trainer for the APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Program. 

Licensure & Certification

IS-00100.b - Introduction to Incident Command System ICS-100, FEMA - DHS. (May 30 2013 - Present)
Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services, American Pharmacists Association. (July 3 2012 - Present)
Pharmaceutical Care for Patients with Diabetes, American Pharmacists Association. (September 23 2011 - Present)
LABP - Registered Immunizer, Louisiana Board of Pharmacy. (July 2009 - Present)
American Heart Association - Certified Instructor, American Heart Association. (February 13 2009 - Present)
BLS for Healthcare Providers, American Heart Association. (March 14 2008 - Present)
Pharmacy Based Immunization - APhA Faculty Trainer, American Pharmacist Association. (March 18 2007 - Present)
Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Certification, American Pharmacist Association - Merck. (September 9 2006 - Present)
Registered Pharmacist, Louisiana Board of Pharmacy. (January 15 1991 - Present)

Research Interests

Experiential Education

Disease Prevention (Immunizations)

Interprofessional Education

Student Assessment 

Recent Publications

Stewart, R., Robertson, C., Zagar, M. (2015). Benefit and Utility of a Formal Lesson Planning Process for Effective Laboratory Implementation. Alexandria, Virginia: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Wicker, A. M., Stewart, R., Biglane, G., Parmar, J., Lawrence, L. (2008). Measuring Pharmacy Students' Abilities to Provide Appropriate Information about Misconceptions Regarding Vaccinations (pp. Article 72; page 72). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Wicker, A. M., Stewart, R., Jain, G. J., Lawrence, L. (2008). Assessing Students' Confidence Levels in Their Ability to Utilize a Medical Chart (pp. Article 72; page 32). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Stewart, R., Wicker, A. M., Smith, G. W., Jenkins, T. (2008). Impacting Confidence and Ability of Students Utilizing Hospital Drug Information Resources through Lecture and Observation (pp. Article 72; page 41). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Wicker, A. M., Stewart, R., Biglane, G., Racca, M. S., Steffenson, M. B., Leader, W. G., Lawrence, L. (2008). Assessing confidence levels and administration techniques through teaching immunization delivery with a patient simulation mannequin (pp. 98). American Journal of Pharmacy Education.
Wicker, A. M., Stewart, R., Biglane, G., Parmar, J., Lawrence, L. (2009). Measuring Pharmacy Students' Abilities to Provide Appropriate Information about Misconceptions Regarding Vaccinations (pp. 320). Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
Wicker, A. M., Stewart, R., Biglane, G., Racca, M. S., Steffenson, M. B., Leader, W. G., Lawrence, L. (2009). Assessing confidence levels and administration techniques through teaching immunization delivery with a patient simulation mannequin (pp. 319). Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
Stewart, R. (2010). Clinical Drug Data (pp. 246-254). East Syracuse, NY 13057: McGraw-Hill.
Stewart, R., Chelette, C. T., Walker, A. (2010). Impact of a Faculty-taught American Heart Association Basic Life Support Healthcare Provicer Course. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
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.
Chelette, C. T., Stewart, R., Walker, A. (2011). The Chronicles of Louisiana: Development and Implementation of Laboratory Sequences into an Integrated Modular Curriculum. (pp. 64). Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
Walker, A., Jastram, J., Chelette, C. T., Stewart, R. (2011). Assessment of Overall Performance of Pharmacy Students in an Elective Sterile Products Course. Columbia, SC: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education/AACP.
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.
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.
Stewart, R., Cockerham, M., Jastram, C. (2014). LSHP Newsletter (pp. 3). Baton Rouge, LA: LSHP.

Research Grants

Stewart, R. (Supporting), Nazzal, S. (Principal), "High-Pressure Homogenizer and Delivery Module for Manufacturing Lipid Nanoparticles as Precursors for Efficient and Targeted Cancer Therapy" (Funded), Sponsored By University of Louisiana Board of Regents, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $50320.00. (May 2010 - June 2011).
Stewart, R., "Basic Life Support (BLS) for the Healthcare Provider" (), Sponsored By The University of Louisiana at Monroe, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $3146.92. (February 13 2009 - April 21 2011).
Stewart, R. (Co-Principal), Smith, C. (Co-Principal), Chelette, C. T. (Supporting), Sampognaro, L. A. (Supporting), Walker, A. (Supporting), "Equipment Needed for Basic Life Support Courses" (Funded), Sponsored By CVS CareMark Pharmacy, $4097.50. (February 2 2009 - March 25 2009).

Awards & Honors

May 2013 Pharmacy Leadership Award from the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; presented by ASHP President Kathryn Schultz 2013.

May 2013 Certificate of Appreciation for presidential service to the Louisiana Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

July 2012 Hospital Pharmacist of the Year - Presented by the Louisiana Pharmacists Association 2012.

July 2012 Bowl of Hygeia Award -Established in 1958, the Bowl of Hygeia Award recognizes pharmacists who possess outstanding records of civic leadership in their communities and encourages pharmacists to take active roles in their communities. The award is presented annually by participating state pharmacy associations, including those in the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. In addition to service through their local, state, and national pharmacy associations, award recipients devote their time, talent, and resources to a wide variety of causes and community service..

May 2012 Excellence in Teaching Award - Voted on by the class of 2016 at the ULM College of Pharmacy .

May 2009 Poster Presentation Award (Clinical) -Assessment of Public's Comprehension of Medication Auxiliary Labels- Presented by the Louisiana Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2009.

May 2009 Poster Presentation Award (Administrative)- Effects of Active Learning in a Sterile Products Elective on Comprehensive Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Examinations- Presented by the Louisiana Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2009.

August 2008 Merck Vaccination Service Award -In recognition of commitment to improving public health through vaccination advocacy. Received certificate. In honor of this award, Merck made a charitable donation to the CDC Foundation..

May 2008 Grant-Collens Award -Award given annually to a selected member of the Fifth District Pharmaceutical Association for professional service..

February 2007 Nomination - Pharmacist of the Year by the Louisiana Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

August 2006 Certificate of Appreciation-Hurricanes Katrina/RitaIn appreciation for the heroic work performed in the response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita - Presented by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Office of Public Health 2006.

Courses Taught

PHAR 4020Integrated Lab Sequence I, 1 course(s)

PHAR 4045Professional Pharmacy Practice Lab, 10 course(s)

PHAR 4047Parenterals, 1 course(s)

PHAR 4049Integrated Lab Sequence, 2 course(s)

PHAR 4070Hospital Pharmacy, 4 course(s)

PHAR 5016Sterile Products, 1 course(s)

PHAR 5059Pharmacy Immunization, 3 course(s)

PHRD 4004PHARMACEUTICAL CALCULATIONS, 2 course(s)

PHRD 4014Top Drugs Med Terminology, 2 course(s)

PHRD 4020INTEGRATED LAB SEQUENCE I, 18 course(s)

PHRD 4047PARENTERALS, 6 course(s)

PHRD 4049Integrated Lab Sequence Ii, 6 course(s)

PHRD 4050COMMUNITY INTRO PHAR PRACTICE, 2 course(s)

PHRD 4070Integrated Lab Sequence Iii, 2 course(s)

PHRD 4099Integrated Lab Sequence Iv, 2 course(s)

PHRD 5000INSTUTIONAL INTRO PHAR PRAC EX, 6 course(s)

PHRD 5020Integrated Lab Sequence V, 1 course(s)

PHRD 5049INTEGRATED LAB SEQUENCE VI, 14 course(s)

PHRD 5054HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION, 5 course(s)

PHRD 5055Vaccinations, 1 course(s)

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