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David  Hawkins , Pharm.D.

Clinical Asst Professor

Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences

Phone (405) 271-8000  x47249
Office   FMC 1900
Email david-hawkins@ouhsc.edu

Research Summary

Professional Practice Philosophy:
  • Educate patients on disease management through consultation on pharmaceuticals, over-the-counter medications, and health maintenance.
  • Assure appropriate drug regimens for patients regarding interactions with other drugs and disease conditions.
  • Advocate the patient's health by working with doctors, insurance companies, and other health care providers to provide outstanding pharmaceutical care.
  • Manage pharmacy team in the dispensing of prescriptions in an efficient and accurate manner.
  • Train pharmacy interns and staff in high quality pharmacy service.

Education & Experience

Education:
  • Doctor of Pharmacy, 2005. Alternate Pharm.D. Program. University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy, OUHSC.
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, 1993. University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy, OUHSC.
  • Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, 1998. University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.

Professional Experience

  • Clinical Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. 2008 to present.
  • Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, OUHSC Dept. of Family and Preventative Medicine, OKC, OK, 2008 to present.
  • Pharmacist, OU Pharmacist Care Center Pharmacy, OKC, OK, 2010 to present.
  • Adjunct Professor, University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy, 2003 to present.
  • Pharmacist in Charge, CVS/Eckerd Pharmacy, 2002-2010.
  • Staff Pharmacist, CVS/Eckerd Pharmacy, 1996-2002.

Honors & Service

Community Service:
  • Scoutmaster, Troop 234, Boy Scouts of America. 1996-present.
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Selected Publications & Presentations

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Current Grants Awarded

Research Experience:
 
Letassy NA, Farmer K, Hawkins D. Feasibility of screening for prediabetes in a community pharmacy. OUHSC and CVS Pharmacy in Norman, OK. Spring-Summer 2005. Funded $1,000 through Yamanouchi Seed Grant Program.