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Gloria Grice

Interim Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice; Professor, Pharmacy Practice; Assistant Dean, Curriculum & Assessment
Department of Pharmacy Practice
314.446.8550
 

Education

Undergraduate work at the University of Maryland, College Park

Graduate work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Pharmacy

Post-Graduate training at Mercy Family Medicine

Specialty

Curriculum and Assessment, Interprofessional Education, Communication & Relationship Building Tools, Experiential Education, Clinical Applications of Pharmacogenomics (Warfarin)

Current Research

Validation of Professionalism Tools, Assessment of Pharmacy Curricula

Current Courses, Activities, and Scholarly Interest

Current courses instruction Integrated Capstone Selective

Activities: watching sports & movies, spending time with my kids and their activities, playing the ukulele

Scholarly interests: interprofessional education, communication frameworks, student pharmacist professionalism, curricular assessment and improvement in design

Vita Highlights

Call W, Grice GR, Tellor KB, Armbruster AL, Spurlock AM, Berry TM. Predictors of Student Failure of Poor Performance on Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences. Am J Pharm Ed. Submitted September 2019.

Grice GR, Harris D, Thompson J, Perlmutter M, Thorn S, Stith J, Wesevich A, Smith J, Frain J, Tucker S, McConachie A, Pitt J, Hageman H. Identifying coachable behaviors that can improve interprofessional teams. J Interprof Care. Submitted August 2019.

Olson A, Cosby K, Rencic J, Rusz D, Papa F, Croskerry P, Zierler B, Harkless G, Giulliano MA, SChoenbaum S, Colford C, Cahill M, Gerstner L, Grice GR, Graber M. Competencies for improving diagnosis: an interprofessional framework for education and training in health care. Diagnosis. Accepted May 2019. https://doi.org/10.1515/dx-2018-0107.

Davis L, Larson S, Stevens A, Shareen El-Ibiary, Grice G, Pogge E, Raney E, Storjohann T. Eleven Habits of Highly Effective Preceptors: The Habits of Preceptors Rubric. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 2019; 76(21):1762-69.

Graber ML, Grice GR, Ling L, Conway JM, Olson A. A Call to Action: Pharmacy Education Needs to Address Diagnostic Safety. Am J Pharm Ed. 2019; 83(6): Article 7442:1179-1188.

Grice GR, Thomason AR, Meny LM, Pinelli NR, Martello JL, Zorek JA. Intentional Interprofessional Experiential Education. Am J Pharm Ed 2018; 82(3): Article 6502:204-208.

Grice GR, Gattas NM, Prosser T, Voorhees M, Kebodeaux C, Tiemeier A, Berry T, Garavaglia-Wilson A, Mann J, Juang P. Design and Validation of an Instrument to measure Student Pharmacists' Communication: Patient-Centered Communication Tools (PaCT). Am J Pharm Ed 2017; 81(8): Article 5927:33-48.

Grice GR, Brooks N. Difference in Attitudes and Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Between Student Pharmacists and Student Nurses. J Int Ed Pract. 2016;3:29-33.

Grice GR, Tiemeier A, Hurd P, Berry TM, Voorhees M, Prosser TR, Sailors J, Gattas NM, Duncan W. Integration of health literacy into an introductory pharmacy practice experience with independent-living senior residents. The Consultant Pharmacist 2014;29(4):240-253.

Pautler HM, Ogweno AW, Schnur JS, Schnur ES, Rapp LE, Kilgore KJ, Grice GR. An Academic Honor Code Developed and Implemented by Students. Curr Phar Teach Learn 2013;5(6):637-44.

Vouri SM, Grice GR, Roberts A, Berry TM, Duncan W. Didactic and Experiential Interprofessional, Inter-Institutional Courses at a Private College of Pharmacy. Curr Phar Teach Learn 2013;5(6):626-31.

Grice GR, Wenger, P, Brooks N, Berry T. Evaluating Optimal Methods of Learning in a Physical Assessment Course for Student Pharmacists. Am J Pharm Educ 2013;77(4):Article 77.

Gleason BL, Gaebelein CJ, Grice GR, Crannage AJ, Weck MA, Hurd P, Walter B, Duncan W. Assessment of Students' Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Abilities across a 6-Year Doctor of Pharmacy Program: A Feasibility Study. Am J Pharm Educ 2013;77(8): Article 166:1-12.

Grice GR, Monson K, Pitlick J, Chereson R, Duncan W, Geslani G, Kilgore K, Patel PB, Pautler H. Developing a Professionalism Plan. Innovations in pharmacy 2013;4(1):1-13. Available at: http://www.pharmacy.umn.edu/innovations/vol.4no.1/index.htm.

Noormohammadi A, Grice GR. Will Insulin Be the Death Of Our Patients? iForumrx.org September 2012. Available at http://www.iforumrx.org/index.php?q=node/132.

Grice GR, Gattas NM, Sailors J, Murphy JA, Tiemeier A, Hurd P, Prosser T, Berry T, Duncan W. Health Literacy: Use of the Four Habits Model to Improve Student Pharmacists’ Communication. Patient Educ Couns 2013;90(1):23-8.

Ogweno A, Grice GR. Global Management of Chronic Diseases - A Call to Action for Pharmacists. J Am Pharm Assoc 2012;52:e292-e295. doi:10.1331/JAPhA.2012.12072.

Horne BD, Lenzini PA, Wadelius M, Jorgensen AL, Kimmel SE, Ridker PM, Eriksson N, Anderson JL, Pirmohamed M, Limdi NA, Pendleton RC, McMillin GA, Burmester JK, Kurnik D, Stein CM, Caldwell MD, Eby CS, Rane A, Lindh JD, Shin J, Kim H, Andchaisuksiri P, Glynn RJ, Kronquist KE, Carlquist JF, Grice GR, Barrack RL, Li J, Gage BF. Pharmacogenetic Warfarin Dose Refinements Remain Significantly Influenced by Genetic Factors after One Week of Therapy. Thromb Haemost 2011;107(2).

King C, Deych E, Milligan P, Eby C, Lenzini P, Grice G, Porche-Sorbet RM, Gage BF. Gamma-glutamyl carboxylase and its influence on warfarin dose. Thromb Haemost 2010;104 (4): 750-754.

Lenzini P, Wadelius M, Kimmel S, Anderson JL, Jorgensen AL, Pirmohamed M, Caldwell, Limdi N, Burmester JK, Dowd MB, Angchaisuksiri P, Bass AR, Chen J, Eriksson N, Rane A, Lindh JD, Carlquist JF, Horne BD, Grice G, Milligan PE, Eby CE, Shin J, Kim H, Kurnick D, Stein CM, McMillin G, Pendleton RC, Berg RL, Deloukas P, Gage BF. Integration of genetic, clinical and INR data to refine warfarin dosing. Clin Pharm Ther 2010;87(5):572-578.

Gulseth M, Grice GR, Dager W. Pharmacogenomics of Warfarin: Uncovering a piece of the warfarin mystery. Am J Health Syst Pharm 2009;66(2):123-33.

Thacker SM, Grice GR, Milligan PE, Gage BF. Dosing Anticoagulant Therapy with Coumarin Drugs: Is Genotyping Clinically Useful? Yes. J Thromb Haemost 2008;6(9):1445-9.

Lenzini PA, Grice GR, Subherwal S, Milligan PE, Murphy C, Eby CS, Clohisy JC, Deych E, Millican E, Gatchel SK, Gage BF. Laboratory and Clinical Outcomes of Pharmacogenetic vs. Clinical Protocols for Warfarin Initiation in Orthopedic Patients. J Thromb Haemost 2008;6(10):1655-62.

Gage BF, Eby C, Johnson JA, Deych E, Reider MJ, Ridker PM, Milligan PE, Grice G, Lenzini P, Rettie AE, Aquilante CL, Grosso L, Marsh S, Langaee T, Farnett LE, Voora D, Veenstra DL, Glynn R, Barett A and McLeod HL. Use of Pharmacogenetic and Clinical Factors to Predict the Therapeutic Dose of Warfarin. Clin Pharmacol Ther 2008;84:326-31.

Grice GR, Laramie D, Anderson DC. Periprocedural Anticoagulation Management in Orthopedic Patients: Overview and Description of a Program Utilizing Pharmacogenetics. J Clin Outcomes Manag 2008;15(4):183-90.

Grice GR, Milligan PE, Eby CS, Gage BF. Pharmacogenetic dose refinement prevents warfarin overdose in a patient who is highly warfarin-sensitive. J Thromb Haemost 2008;6(1):207-9.

Grice GR, Mertens MK. Gabapentin: a potential option for the treatment of sciatica. Pharmacotherapy 2008;28(3):397-402.

Lenzini PA, Grice GR, Milligan PE, Gatchel SK, Deych E, Eby CS, Burnett RSJ, Clohisy JC, Barrack RL, Gage BF. Optimal Initial Dose Adjustment of Warfarin in Orthopedic Patients. Ann Pharmacother 2007;41(11):1798-1804.

Millican E, Jacobsen, PA, Milligan PE, Grosso L, Eby C, Deych E, Grice GR, Clohisy JC, Barrack RL, Burnett RSJ, Voora D, Gatchel S, Tiemeier A, Gage BF. Genetic-Based Dosing in Orthopedic Patients Beginning Warfarin Therapy. Blood 2007;110(5):1511-15.

Grice GR, Seaton TL, Woodland AM, McLeod HL. Defining the opportunity for pharmacogenetic intervention in primary care. Pharmacogenomics 2006;7(1):61-5.

Rizkallah GS, Mertens MK. Should liver enzymes be checked in a patient taking niacin? J Fam Pract 2005;54(3):265-8.

Rizkallah G, Seaton T. Zinc nasal gel effective for the common cold. J Fam Pract 2003;52(5):352-353.

About

I moved to the United States in 1986 and attended a private school for grades 1-12. I knew that I wanted to be a pharmacist after shadowing a clinical pharmacist at the NIH the summer before college. In 2002, I moved to St. Louis to complete a specialty residency. I met my husband Ryan in a church band. We have a daughter, Nadia (born October 2009), a son Noah (born August 2011), a daughter Sabrina (born June 2014), and two cats, Linus and Lucy. I'm obsessed with to-do lists, sweet tea, fantasy football, and tacos. I hate any exercise, I love to laugh, my favorite color is black, I'm very passionate about my Palestinian heritage, and I will one day beat the habit of nail-biting; hopefully, maybe.

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