Professional Experience

WHERE FUNCTIONS DATES
R-2 CONSULTING LTD

C/O 4 BEACH DRIVE

ROTHESAY, N.B. E2E 4X3

Owner/President

PROVIDER OF IN OFFICE DIABETES CLINICS

PROVIDER OF ONE-ON-ONE DIABETES EDUCATION

PROVIDER OF EMERGENCY & SCHEDULED PHARMACIST RELIEF WORK

DELIVERY OF PREPARED MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

ACT AS LEAD AUTHOR OF WRITTEN CE/CME/CHE

ACT AS PARTICIPATING AUTHOR OF WRITTEN CE/CME/CHE

PARTICPANT IN ADVISORY BOARDS, INCLUDED IS PART OF EXPERT COMMITTEE WRITING THE 2013/2018  CDA CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES

NOV 2011 –

PRESENT

KENNEBECASIS DRUGS LTD

1 MARR RD (P.O. BOX 4698)

ROTHESAY,N.B. E2L-4L3

CERTIFIED DIABETES EDUCATOR

CERTIFIED IMMUNIZER

CLINICAL PHARMACIST

CERTIFIED INSULIN PUMP TRAINER

CERTIFIED CONTINOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING SYSTEM (CGMS) TRAINER

COAGULATIN SPECIALIST LEVEL II

FEB 1989-JAN 2,2015
NEW BRUNSWICK DIABETES TASK FORCE MEMBER

C/O DEPT. OF HEALTH

P.O. BOX 5100

520 KING STREET (2ND FLOOR)

CARLETON PLACE

FREDERICTON, N.B. E3B 5G8

PROVIDE ADVICE AND GUIDANCE AS A CERTIFIED DIABETES EDUCATOR/PHARMACIST

IN DEVLOPING A DIABETES STRATEGY FOR THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK

https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.gnb.ca%2F0053%2Fphc%2Fpdf%2F2011%2F8023-e.pdf

 

The Task Group will focus on the continuum of primary care from prevention to control with a particular focus on early detection, screening, and the prevention of complications of diabetes. The Group acknowledges that the broad context of diabetes includes the continuum of care for individuals with different types of diabetes (type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes) .This will require different strategies for prevention and interventions for optimal management/control.

 

JAN 2005- PRESENT
DIABETES EDUCATION CENTRE Team Member

St . Josephs Hospital

131 Bayard St.

Saint John ,N.B.

–  Provide education in Classroom format on medications used in the treatment of Diabetes including medications for Cholesterol, Hypertension, Insulin Therapies, Oral Hypoglycemics, and Interactions of Over-The-Counter  (O.T.C.’s) with Diabetes and its medication treatment

–  Attend monthly Diabetes Educator meetings to provide opinions and perspective from my frame of practice and liaison with fellow “retail” pharmacists issues arising from the hospital clinical setting

–      Liaison between pharmacy and the clinic involving information, concerns, educational opportunities, from the Saint John area Pharmacies.

 

 

JAN 2005- PRESENT
DM-2 TRIAL

MERCANTILE CENTER

SUITE 1015 1ST FLOOR

UNION STREET

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

PROVIDE SERVICES AS A CERTIFIED DIABETES EDUCATOR/INTERVENTIONL PHARMACIST INVESTIGATOR JAN 2007-Trial on Hold May only publish preliminary)
DRUG STORE PHARMACY

REAL ATLANTIC SUPERSTORE

ROTHESAY AVE

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

PROVIDED SERVICES AS A PHARMACIST MANAGER

Perform the duties of a dispensing pharmacist.

Responsible for staffing, hiring, and scheduling of dispensary staff.

Responsible for inventory control (Purchasing and Reconciliation)

Responsible for merchandising “OTC” and Home Health Care sections of Pharmacy Department.

Attended store department manager meetings for performance, planning and section reporting purposes.

Received training and set up first certified diabetic monitor teaching center in Saint John

 

APRIL 1988- FEB 1989
HAL’S DRUG WAREHOUSE

LOCHLOMOND RD

SAINT JOHN,N.B.

PROVIDED  SERVICES AS A PHARMAIST MANAGER

 Performed the duties of dispensing pharmacist.

Responsible for staffing, scheduling, training of dispensary staff

Responsible for Inventory Control and establishing new accounts.

Attended management meetings for performance, planning, and reporting purposes.

Responsible for setting up second location, including initial inventory, supplies

And legal requirements for passing inspection.

 

 

SEPT 1987- APRIL1988
SAINT JOHN REGIONAL HOSPITAL

PHARMACY DEPARTMENT

400 UNIVERSITY AVE

SAINT JOHN,N.B.

PHARMACIST- Level 2-E

 

Performed duties of dispensing pharmacist, including rotations in sterile preparation (T.P.N., chemotherapy), drug information, dialysis medications. Drug utilization monitoring, therapeutic drug monitoring, participated in assigned rounds, and inventory control (see below).

Major project of revamping inventory system including physical changes in stockroom set-up, establishment of min-max system, establishment of purchase order system, re-organization of stock transfer accounts, re-organizing of other hospital purchase accounts, establishment of returned goods procedure.

 

 

MARCH 1986-SEPT 1987
HALIFAX INFIRMARY HOSP.

DEPT OF PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES

HALIFAX,N.S.

DISPENSING PHARMACIST:

 

Performed duties of dispensing pharmacist, including rotations in sterile compounding, dispensary, and drug information.

Due to offer of inventory project result was for short-term employment

 

JAN 1986-MARCH 1986
DR EVERETT CHALMERS HOSPITAL

PHARMACY DEPT.

FEREDERICTON,N.B.

 

HCF

PHARMACIST- Level 2-C

 

Performed duties of dispensing pharmacist including rotations in sterile compounding, drug information, therapeutic drug monitoring, responsible for assigned nursing units (i.e. clinical rounds, drug info sessions, teaching sessions etc)

 

JUNE 1985- JAN 1986