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Meet Past Residents

Class of 2019-2020

Residents learned resilience and adapted quickly to completing their program during a pandemic.


Left: Providence St. Peter Hospital Residency Graduates | Right: Providence Centralia Hospital Graduates
Pharmacy Residents 2019-2020 Residency Project
Arlene Thomas (PCH) Reducing the rate of preventable insulin-related hypoglycemic events in hospitalized patients
Hanh-La Phan (PCH) Opioid Use Disorder: Buprenorphine administration and collaboration in the Emergency Department (ED)
Anh Ho (PSPH) Optimizing patient assessment to reduce opioid over-sedation events
Margaret McKenzie (PGY1/PGY2/MHA) Implementing and redesigning multidisciplinary morbidity and mortality conference to assess pharmacy clinical and quality outcomes
Veronika Yurchenko (PSPH) Optimizing an inpatient interdisciplinary opioid stewardship program
Brittanii Prahl (PSPH) Opioid Use Disorder: buprenorphine initiation, administration, and collaboration in the inpatient setting
Laura Carpenter (PGY2) (PGY1/PGY2/MHA) Optimizing medication access for patients with a mental health diagnosis through collaboration with the medication assistance program (MAP)
Travis Lau (PSPH) Optimizing Heparin Restart Times Following Cath Lab, Vascular Surgery, and Impella Procedure
Alyssa (Wei Yean) Lim (PSPH) Optimizing Rheumatology Services: Pharmacist Collaboration
Alina Melnychenko (PSPH) Optimization of pharmacy services through technology (Pharmacist utilization of technology to verify comounding of hazardous IV admixtures)
Morena Calimlim (PSPH) Interdisciplinary collaboration to expand and optimize current clinical services for behavioral health patients