Peter N. Johnson, Pharm.D., BCPPS, FPPAG, FCCM, FASHP
Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Pharmacy Clinical & Admin Sci
Phone (405) 271-2730
Fax (405) 271-6750
Office O'Donoghue Research Bldg; 1122 NE 13th St., Ste. 4415, OKC 73117
- President's Associate Presidential Professor
- Director, PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency
- Director, Pediatric Pharmacotherapy Degree Option
Publications & Presentations
- 16. Harkin M, Miller J L, Lim S Y, Neely S, Walsh C K, Johnson P N. Conversion From Continuous Infusion Fentanyl to Continuous Infusion Hydromorphone in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. The Annals of pharmacotherapy. 2021; 55 : 1439-1446
17. Bobo K S, Cober M P, Eiland L S, Heigham M, King M, Johnson P N, Miller J L, Sierra C M. Key articles and guidelines for the pediatric clinical pharmacist from 2019 and 2020. American journal of health-system pharmacy : AJHP : official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. 2021
18. Johnson P N. Pediatric critical care. Central South University Pharmacy. 2021 : 560-84
19. Moore E, Mayes R, Harkin M, Miller J L, Johnson P N. Extended Duration Ketamine Infusions in Critically Ill Children: A Case Report and Review of the Literature. Journal of pediatric intensive care. 2021; 10 : 221-227
20. Stephens K, Barker P, Bergeron E, Miller J L, Hagemann T M, Lewis T V, Neely S, Johnson P N. Comparison of Clinical Outcomes and Medication Use of Obese Versus Nonobese Children Admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Hospital pharmacy. 2021; 56 : 287-295
- 1. Evaluation of caffeine dosing regimens and the impact of developmental pharmacokinetics in neonates with apnea of prematurity. Misc Non-Federal. Start Date: 2020. End Date: 2021.
2. Characterization of fentanyl metabolic and renal elimination pathways in children less than two years of age. Misc Non-Federal. Start Date: 2018. End Date: 2020.
3. Development of a dose-exposure response relationship for detection of opioid tolerance in critically-ill children receiving fentanyl continuous infusions. Misc Non-Federal. Start Date: 2015. End Date: 2017.
4. Development of a dose-exposure response relationship for detection of opioid tolerance in critically-ill children receiving fentanyl continuous infusions. Misc Non-Federal. Start Date: 2015. End Date: 2017.
5. Comparison of amikacin pharmacokinetics in neonates pre- and post- a dosing protocol change. Misc Non-Federal. Start Date: 2014. End Date: 2015.
Awards and Honors
- 1. University of Oklahoma College of Medicine--Department of Pediatrics. Mentor award (for Caitlyn Bradford, PharmD). Date: 2022.
2. University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. President's Associates Presidential Professorship. Date: 2019.
3. Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group. Christensen Young Investigator Award (Served as resident mentor). Date: 2016.
4. Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group. Scholarship in Teaching Award. Date: 2016.
5. Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group. Best Student Investigator Award (Served as student mentor). Date: 2015.
- 1. Degree: PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency. Kentucky Children's Hospital and University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. Date: 2006.
2. Degree: PGY1 Pharmacy Residency. University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. Date: 2005.
3. Degree: PharmD. University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy. Date: 2004.
4. Degree: BS. University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy. Date: 2002.