School of Pharmac
United States of America
Michael W. Perry completed his doctor of pharmacy degree in 2008 at Ohio Northern University. He went on to complete two pharmacy residencies and specialized in critical care pharmacy. He is board certified in pharmacotherapy. He currently works a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Duquesne University. He teaches in multiple courses, and maintains an active practice site at UPMC Shadyside Hospital in the cardiothoracic intensive care unit.
Interdisciplinary Education, Preceptor Development, Pedagogy, Assessment.
Southeastern Pharmacy Residency Conference Athens, GA., April 2010 Outcomes of extended infusion piperacillin/tazobactam dosing compared to traditional dosing strategies in ICU patients
Medco Health Solutions, Inc Continuing Education Program North Versailles, PA., December 2011 Heart Failure Management for the Pharmacist: A Case-Based Review