Donald G Klepser
Department of Pharmacy Practice
University of Nebraska Medical Center
United States of America
Dr. Donald G Klepser is a Professor of Pharmacy in the Department of Pharmacy practice, University of Nebraska Medical Center which is located in omaha,Nebraska,United States of America. Dr. Klepser is the primary instructor and course coordinator for Pharmacy Practice Management (PHPR 662), which is required during the first semester of the third professional year. Dr. Klepser has also developed a Pharmacy Practice Research Elective (PHPR 663) for third year pharmacy students and an accompanying research experience in the fourth year that provides an introduction to the research process.
Dr. Klepser’s areas of interest include organizational theory, policy, pharmacoeconomics, and outcomes research. His current research is in the areas of the expanded role for pharmacists in the changing healthcare environment, rural pharmacy access, cost containment, and managed care benefit design. Dr. Klepser has presented his research in these areas at national and international meetings and has numerous peer reviewed publications.
Dobesh PP, Klepser DG, McGuire TR, Morgan CW, Olsen KM. Statins associated with a reduction in mortality in patients with severe sepsis. Pharmacotherapy. 2009:29:621-630.
Klepser DG, Lampman M, Radford A, Richardson I, Rutledge S. Workforce Issues Among Sole Community Pharmacies. A Joint Publication of The North Carolina Rural Health Research & Policy Analysis Center and The RUPRI Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis. July 2009:Findings Brief 89.
Dvoracek J. Cook KM. Klepser DG. A Student-Run Low-Income Family Medicine Clinic: Controlling Costs While Providing Comprehensive Medication Management. Journal of the American Pharmacist Association 2010: 50(3):384-7.