P4s display posters at ASHP virtual midyear meeting

ASHP Midyear 2020

ASHP Midyear 2020

This year’s DKICP P4 class was well-represented at the recent American Society of Health Systems Pharmacy (ASHP) Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition, held in a virtual format December 6-10, 2020. Conference attendees can view poster PDFs and audio clips of participants summarizing projects online through March 10, 2021. Authors also were available for real-time video question and answer chats alongside their virtual posters.

This year’s DKICP participants and their poster titles included:

Cody Porter

“Effect of including medications in the 2017 heart failure guidelines on Medicare Part D beneficiary utilization”

Henry Quach, with co-author Bryce Fukunaga

“2013-2017 Atrial fibrillation deaths and Medicare anticoagulant prescription rates”

Viky Huang

“Association between influenza vaccination and COVID-19 cases among states”

Kara Tsuzaki, with co-author Deborah Taira

“Analyzing early adoption of combination product Sacubitril and Valsartan by state in Medicare enrollees”

Jake Hoctor, with co-authors Raha Hosseini, Nicole Young, Sheri Tokumaru

“Assessing the need to restructure interprofessional education collaborative care and telehealth communication practices in pharmacy school curriculums in response to COVID-19”

Raha Hosseini, with co-authors Jake Hoctor, Sheri Tokumaru, Nicole Young

“Evaluation of drug removal by plasmapheresis among critically ill patients receiving antiepileptic and antimicrobial agents”

Kimberly Tran, with co-author Bryce Fukunaga

“Evaluating the impact of pharmacist-specific naloxone law implementation on opioid overdose death rates in the United States”

Qixin Li, with co-authors Leng Chee Chang, Supakit Wongwiwatthananukit

“Patterns and trends in opioid analgesic-prescribing rates among medical specialties and populations in Hawaiʻi”

Bruce Meno, with co-authors Tiana E. Ramos, Tiana L. Ramos, Marie Cidera, Bruce Fukunaga

“Promoting the benefits of longevity principles to first-year student pharmacists in Hawaiʻi”

Brooke Higa, with co-authors Aryn Meguro, Bryce Fukunaga

“Number of national diabetes prevention programs in relation to prediabetes prevalence by state”

Yan Yee Ho

“Examining how medication adherence relates to patient copayment for antidiabetic medications among Medicare Part D beneficiaries”

Trisha Nobriga, with co-authors Brooke Higa, Bryce Fukunaga

“Amount of diabetic medications with weight loss benefits in comparison to obesity rates in each state from 2013 to 2017”

Donald Waddell, with co-author Jarred Prudencio

“Impact of the pharmacist in guideline directed SGLT-2 inhibitor and GLP-1 agonist use in patients with diabetes mellitus and clinical atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease”

Faye Victoria Diez

“Does pneumococcal vaccination reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease in the U.S.?”

Tiffany Wong, with co-authors Danh Nguyen, Bryce Fukunaga

“Diabetes mellitus 2020 guidelines: Prescribing trends between Hawaiʻi and the continental United States”

Kimo Okamoto, with co-authors Katherine Chun, Cynthia Yeh

“Implementation of a pharmacist-led intravenous levothyroxine dosing protocol and standardized operating procedure designed to decrease off-label use and reduce cost”

Lillian Tran, with co-authors Laura Lum, Trisha Masuda, Kimo Okamoto, ShariAnn Tamaru

“Examination and implementation of an atrial fibrillation safety net workflow transition”

Ifeanyi Agochukwu, with co-author Deborah Taira

“Regional variation in Ledipasvir/Sofosbuvir use, cost and prescribers of Medicare beneficiaries”

Habibo Salad, with co-author Bryce Fukunaga

“Comparison of opioid claims and naloxone claims with opioid death rates in 2017 in the United States”

Tiana Enos-Dano, with co-authors Sean Domingo, Laura Ota

“Implementation of a targeted medication safety best practice: Storage of neuromuscular blocking agents in a hospital setting”

Brian Petrone, with co-author Deborah Taira

“Examining the variation of glecaprevir/pibrentasvir usage by state among Medicare enrollees”