Jasmine D. Gonzalvo

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BACKGROUND Some conventional therapies for type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) fail to address the progressive nature of the disease, and as a result, they may become ineffective in maintaining normoglycemia. Antihyperglycemic agents have been developed to target incretin hormones, specifically glucagon-like peptide (GLP)-1. Incretin analogues and agents that(More)
OBJECTIVES To estimate the prevalence of community pharmacists and technicians who are capable of communicating with patients in Spanish and to estimate the need for Spanish language education initiatives for student pharmacists and pharmacists. DESIGN U.S. census data (2006) were used to stratify states and counties based on Hispanic population(More)
Expanded clinical pharmacist professional roles in the team-based patient-centered medical home (PCMH) primary care environment require cooperative and collaborative relationships among pharmacists and primary care physicians (PCPs), but many PCPs have not previously worked in such a direct fashion with pharmacists. Additional roles, including formulary(More)
Antifibrotic agents, antioxidant agents, ET-a receptor antagonists, and a few other agents with nonspecific or multifaceted mechanisms of action have been evaluated and progressed to small clinical studies in human subjects. Although there are limited data at the present time, these early evaluations have produced some favorable results that at least(More)
OBJECTIVES To estimate accuracy and reliability of pharmacy-based fixed-location automated blood pressure devices (ABPDs) and to test the hypothesis that an ABPD is less accurate with more variable results than a home blood pressure device (HBPD). METHODS Randomized study comparing 99 ABPDs with an Omron Digital HBPD in Indiana pharmacies. Each site was(More)
BACKGROUND Published literature reveals that health care disparities exist due to race, gender, and language, although this has not been confirmed in a pharmacist-managed patient population. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study is to examine the association of language concordance and clinical outcomes in a comparison of English-speaking (ES) and(More)
BACKGROUND A paucity of studies exists that have assessed community pharmacy preferences of Spanish-speaking patients living in areas of the U.S. with rapidly growing Hispanic populations. The qualitative approach to this research affords a unique opportunity to further explore perceptions of the Spanish-speaking population. OBJECTIVES To identify(More)
OBJECTIVES To identify and assess changes made to the Indiana Pharmacy Resident Teaching Certificate program over 10 years to adapt to the growing number and changing needs of pharmacy educators in the next generation. DESIGN In 2011, all resident program participants and directors were sent an electronic survey instrument designed to assess the perceived(More)
Objective. To assess teaching certificate program (TCP) participants' perceptions of mentor-mentee relationships. Methods. A 15-item survey instrument was administered to all 2014-2015 participants of the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (IPTeC) program. Results. One hundred percent of IPTeC program participants (83/83) responded to the survey. The(More)