Michael J. Smith, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor

Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences

Phone (405) 271-6598 x47250

Fax (405) 271-3830

Office CPB 111B

Email michael-smith@ouhsc.edu


Research

My research pursuits focus on secondary health services claims mining and an alysis to quantify the relationships between medical services and prescription use patterns using both descriptive and empirical observational study designs.


Research Interests

My research interest is reporting health service use patterns and conducting outcomes assessment studies with an emphasis in pharmacoepidemiology.




Education & Experience

Ph.D. in Pharmacy Administration

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

2002

M.S. in Pharmacy Administration

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

1999

B.S. in Pharmacy

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX

1994

Certifications & Licenses

Pharmacy License #34880

State of Texas

1994

Pharmacy License #RP041214L

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

1995

Pharmacy License $14869

Oklahoma



Publications & Presentations

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  • George D L, Smith M J, Draugalis J R, Tolma E L, Keast S, Wilson J B. Community pharmacists' beliefs regarding improvement of Star Ratings scores using the Theory of Planned Behavior. JAPhA. 2018; 58 : 21-29
  • George D L, Smith M J, Draugalis J R, Tolma E L, Keast S, Wilson J B. The use of think-aloud protocols to identify a decision-making process of community pharmacists aimed at improving CMS Star Ratings scores. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2018; 14 : 262-268
  • Smith M J, Wilson J E, George D L, Laster K, Cristina F, Spies A R. Emotional intelligence scores among three cohorts of pharmacy students before and after completing the College’s Leadership Degree Option Program. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. In Press
  • Smith M J, Miller T, Zaloshnja E. Enduring enrolments in West Virginia’s Medicaid programme due to severe injury. Injury Prevention. 2017
  • George D L, Johnson E J, O'Neal K, Smith M J. Student agreement regarding adequacy of didactic content and practical experiences of vaccination clinic business operations. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 2017
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