Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Expected in 05/2021
Doctor of Pharmacy:
Temple University School of Pharmacy - Philadelphia, PA,
Expected in 05/2012
Bachelor of Science: Biology
Pennsylvania State University - University Park, PA,
  • Operational Oversight
  • Medication Assessments
  • Pharmaceutical Compounding, Compatible with USP 797/800 Guidelines
  • EPIC and Cerner Proficiency
  • Automated Dispensing Devices (Omnicell and Pyxis)
  • Certified Immunizer
Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences
03/2021 to 04/2021
Community Pharmacy Rotation Rite Aid Pharmacy City, STATE,

Preceptor: Jeffrey Stange, PharmD.

  • Immunized 800-1000 patients with COVID-19 vaccine and counseled patients on vaccinations
  • Counseled patients on OTC recommendations and medication therapy management
  • Transcribed scripts from voicemail and verified prescriptions with pharmacist oversight
01/2021 to 02/2021
Ambulatory Care Rotation Temple University Hospital City, STATE,

Preceptor: Deborah DeEugenio Mayro, PharmD.

  • Conveyed treatment options, diagnosis information, and home care techniques to patients and caregivers to continue care consistency
  • Specialized in management of anticoagulation and diabetic regimens
  • Presented journal club on the Moderna vaccine phase 1 trial
  • Educated nutritionists on regimens and pharmacy medication therapy management practices for diabetic patients
10/2020 to 12/2020
Institutional Rotation Penn State Health Saint Joseph's Medical Center City, STATE,

Preceptor: Nicole Formica, PharmD.

  • Observed pharmacists in the CCU, the ICU, the ED, the sterile compounding rooms, the chemotherapy center, and order verification
  • Participated in a P&T Committee meeting and completed formulary reviews and drug information requests
  • Familiarized understanding of Pyxis machines and the medication distribution system in a hospital
09/2020 to 10/2020
Transitions of Care Elective Tower Health Reading Hospital City, STATE,

Preceptor: James Helms, PharmD.

  • Coordinated medication requirements and discharge education for patients in the hospital and during phone calls
  • Communicated in-person with patients and by phone daily
  • Participated in multiple code responses
  • Completed a journal club on empagliflozin use in heart failure
  • Educated medical residents and nursing students on medication regimens and treatment guidelines
  • Verified and reconciled medication histories which had changes notated and recommendations made in Epic
  • Worked with inter-disciplinary team to facilitate treatment of patients
  • Participated in topic discussions with other pharmacy students and residents
08/2020 to 09/2020
Medication Safety Elective Penn State Health Saint Joseph's Medical Center City, STATE,

Preceptor: Christopher Walsh, PharmD., RPH, FISMP

  • Compiled Impact reports daily and investigated claims of errors
  • Participated in huddle meetings daily and presented findings of error reporting
  • Provided insight and communicated with staff to address potential causes of errors
  • Addressed systemic errors and provided plans to fix them
  • Helped to implement a transitions of care program in the hospital
  • Completed epoprostenol and vancomycin audits to better address the utilization of these medications
  • Presented audit findings during medication safety meeting
  • Participated in Infectious Diseases monthly meeting and presented vancomycin audit
  • Communicated with drug and equipment companies to solve discrepancies in stock and equipment malfunction
06/2020 to 07/2020
Medical Intensive Care Unit Temple University Hospital City, STATE,

Preceptor: Christina Rose, PharmD., BCCCP

  • Followed patients daily to optimize patient care and provide suggestions during rounds
  • Worked well with inter-disciplinary teams and provided recommendations for positive outcomes
  • Conducted medication histories and documented history notes with a plan in the medical records
  • Completed a journal club on procalcitonin-guided discontinuation of antimicrobials, held topic discussions, and educated medical staff on investigative angioedema treatments
  • Completed an in-service on C. Difficile growth during proton-pump inhibitor therapy

    The Appeal of Oral Semaglutide, 2/2020

    In-service presented to pharmacy students and Temple University Hospital staff

    Patient Case: Lead Toxicity, 12/2020

    Presented to Saint Joseph's Medical Center pharmacy staff

    Should we use Ivabradine?, 10/2020

    In-service presented to Reading Hospital pharmacy staff

    TUSP Local Clinical Skills Competition, 9/2020

    Participated in patient case review and SOAP note submission/presentation for local competition

    Proton Pump Inhibitors and C. Difficile, 7/2020

    In-service presented to pharmacy students and Temple University Hospital staff

Active Affiliations
  • American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP)
  • American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)
  • Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists (PSHP)
  • Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA)

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