Peter N. Johnson, Pharm.D., BCPS

Associate Professor

Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences

Phone (405) 271-2730

Fax (405) 271-6430

Office Ste 3840 Nich. Twr; The Old Childr. Phys. Bldg.

Email Peter-Johnson@ouhsc.edu


Education & Experience

Doctor of Pharmacy in Pharmacy

University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, Oxford, MS

2004

B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, Oxford, MS

2002


Publications & Presentations

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  1. Capino A C, Johnson P N, Williams P, Anderson M P, Bedwell S, Miller J L. A pilot study comparing the Modified Finnegan Scoring System versus an adjusted scoring system criteria for infants with iatrogenic opioid abstinence syndrome status-post cardiothoracic surgery. Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics. In Press
  2. Blackmer A B, Siu A, Thornton A, Johnson P N, Nichols K R, Hagemann T M. Academic careers in pediatric pharmacy: Part 2—academic advancement. Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics. In Press
  3. Siu A, Blackmer A B, Thornton A, Johnson P N, Nichols K R, Hagemann T M. Academic careers in pediatric pharmacy: Part 1—an overview and guide for preparation. Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics. In Press
  4. Matson K L, Johnson P N, Tran V, Horton E R, Sterner-Allison J. Opioid use in children. Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics. In Press
  5. Miller J L, Ernst K, Neely S, Stephens K, Parker P, Skrepnek G H, Johnson P N. Low-dose versus high-dose methadone for the management of neonatal abstinence syndrome. Journal of Opioid Management. 2019
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Grants

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  • Characterization of fentanyl metabolic and renal elimination pathways in children less than two years of age. 2018.
  • Limiting combination opioids to improve pain control, increase patient safety, and decrease opioid prescription quantity in pediatric patients. 2000.
  • Development of a dose-exposure response relationship for detection of opioid tolerance in critically-ill children receiving fentanyl continuous infusions. 2015.
  • Development of a dose-exposure response relationship for detection of opioid tolerance in critically-ill children receiving fentanyl continuous infusions. 2015.
  • Oklahoma’s STrategic Outreach for Management of Pediatric (STOMP) Asthma. 2000.
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