Harrison School of Pharmacy

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  Natalie Hohmann
Degree Program: Ph.D., Health Outcomes Research and Policy
Anticipated Graduation: 2019
Advisor: Kimberly B. Garza, Pharm.D., MBA, Ph.D.
Email: NSH0010@auburn.edu
 Bio


B.S., Cell and Developmental Biology - University of California Santa Barbara, 2008
Pharm.D. - University of California San Diego, 2012
Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Certified - American Pharmacists Association (APhA), 2014
R.Ph. - California 67952, Nevada 18977

Research Areas:

  • Patient safety
  • Fall prevention
  • Decision-making
  • Discrete choice techniques

After graduating with my PharmD in 2012, I went on to clinical practice in community pharmacy for several years, where I gained experience with Medication Therapy Management (MTM) and enjoyed working directly with patients. I also worked as a medical writer/editor for Wellaho-Sanitas, Inc., a San Diego-based drug information company geared towards patients with chronic diseases. I wanted to reach patients at a broader level and decided that pursuing a PhD in Health Outcomes Research would be the best way to do this. I joined Auburn University’s Health Outcomes Research and Policy Department (HORP) in Fall 2015 as a PhD student.

My faculty advisor is Dr. Kimberly B. Garza, PharmD, MBA, PhD, and my research interests include patient safety, fall prevention, decision-making, and market research techniques from a social and behavioral sciences perspective.


Peer-Reviewed Publications:

  • 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.
  • Westrick S, Hastings T, McFarland S, Hohmann L, Hohmann N. 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 [accepted].

Other Publications:

  • Hohmann L, Hohmann N. Global Health Seminar. UCSD-NAU Global Health Initiative: Crossing borders in pharmacy practice and education. HealthSpan. 2011;3(2).

Published Abstracts and Professional Presentations:

  • Hohmann N. Medication dispensing error learning processes in US community pharmacies: a systematic literature review as seen through the four frames model of organizational theory. Auburn University 4th Annual Harrison School of Pharmacy Research Symposium, 2016. Poster.
  • Hohmann N. Medication dispensing error learning processes in US community pharmacies: a systematic literature review as seen through the four frames model of organizational theory. Auburn University This is Research: Student Symposium. 2016:78. https://cws.auburn.edu/shared/files?id=159&filename=Abstracts%20A-Z.pdf. Poster.
  • Hohmann N, Hastings T, Jeminiwa R, Garza KB, Qian J, Hansen R. Proposal for a cross-sectional survey to explore preferences for and perceptions of medication adherence incentives among patients taking medication for a chronic disease. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2016;12(4):e13-e14. Southern Pharmacy Administration Conference (SPAC), 2016. Poster.

Last Updated: August 5, 2016