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Lindsey Hohmann Lindsey Hohmann
Degree Program: PhD, Health Outcomes Research and Policy
Anticipated Graduation: 2019
Advisor: Salisa Westrick, Ph.D.
Email: lah0036@auburn.edu
 Bio

Curriculum Vitae

Education:
B.S., Cell and Developmental Biology – University of California, Santa Barbara, 2008
Pharm.D. – University of California, San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy, 2012
MTM Certification – American Pharmacists Association, 2014

Research Areas:

  • Opioid and substance abuse prevention processes.
  • Adoption, implementation, and sustainability of innovative services in community pharmacies.
  • Geriatric pharmacy.
  • Mixed methods.
  • Choice models, including discrete choice and conjoint analysis methods.

I graduated from the University of California, San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2012 with my PharmD degree. I then worked as a pharmacist for Rite Aid Pharmacy for three years, where I became involved in Medication Therapy Management (MTM) and numerous community outreach events, especially with the senior population. This interest in MTM and geriatric pharmacy, as well as the desire to pursue more research in the field, prompted me to return to school, and I am now pursuing a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences with an emphasis in Health Outcomes Research and Policy at the Harrison School of Pharmacy.

My major advisor is Salisa Westrick, PhD, and my current research interests include opioid and substance abuse prevention processes in community pharmacies, especially using implementation science approaches and mixed methods. I am also interested in choice models, including discrete choice and conjoint analysis methods. My long-term goal is to work in academia, both teaching and conducting research.


Peer-Reviewed Publications:

  • Hastings T, Hohmann L, McFarland S, Teeter B, Westrick S. Pharmacists’ Attitudes and Perceived Barriers to Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Services. Pharmacy. 2017;5(3):45.
  • Hohmann L, Hastings T, McFarland S, Hollingsworth J, Westrick S. Implementation of a Medicare Plan Selection Assistance Program Through a Community Partnership. Am. J. Pharm. Educ. 2017 [In Press].
  • Westrick SC, Hohmann LA, McFarland SJ, Teeter BS, White KK, Hastings TJ. Parental acceptance of human papillomavirus vaccinations and community pharmacies as vaccination settings: A qualitative study in Alabama. Papillomavirus Research. 2017;3:24-29.
  • Westrick SC, Hastings TJ, McFarland SJ, Hohmann LA, Hohmann NS. How Do Pharmacists Assist Medicare Beneficiaries with Limited Income? A Cross-Sectional Study of Community Pharmacies in Alabama. Journal of managed care & specialty pharmacy. 2016;22(9):1039-1045.
  • Hohmann N, Hohmann L, Kruse M. The impact of combined use of fall-risk medications and antithrombotics on injury severity and intracranial hemorrhage among older trauma patients. Geriatric Nursing. 2014;35(1):20-25.

    • Published Abstracts and Professional Presentations:

      • Hohmann L, Qian J, Garza KB, Hansen R, Hohmann N, Westrick S. Comparative Effectiveness of Opioid Abuse Treatments: A Systematic Review. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 22nd International Meeting; May 2017; Boston, MA. Poster.
      • Fox B, Phillippe HM, Hohmann L, Hill S, Fowler A. Attendees' Knowledge and Perceptions of Drug Misuse and Abuse in Alabama Before Attending a Multidisciplinary Education Program Focused on Addiction. Alabama Germany Partnership State of Healthcare in Alabama Business Seminar; March 3, 2017; Auburn, AL. Poster.
      • Hohmann L, Hastings T, McFarland S, Westrick S. A Theoretical Analysis of Community Pharmacists’ Motivations for Participating in Certified Aging Resource Educated Specialist (C.A.R.E.S.) Training. APhA2017 abstracts of contributed papers.  J. Am. Pharm. Assoc. 2017:57(3):e1-142.  American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting and Exposition; March 2017; San Francisco, CA. Poster.
      • Hastings T, McFarland S, Hohmann L, et al. Recruiting Community Pharmacies in Intervention Research: Participation Decisions and Lessons Learned. APhA2017 abstracts of contributed papers.  J. Am. Pharm. Assoc. 2017:57(3):e1-142.  American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting and Exposition; March 2017; San Francisco, CA. Poster.
      • Hohmann L, McFarland S, White K, Hastings T, Westrick S.  Parental acceptance of influenza and human papillomavirus vaccinations in community pharmacies: a qualitative interview study.  APhA2016 abstracts of contributed papers. J. Am. Pharm. Assoc. 2016;56(3):e57.  APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition, March 2016. Podium.

    Last Updated: October 11, 2017