Academic journal article American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

Meet the President

Academic journal article American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

Meet the President

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The new President of American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) is Brian L. Crabtree, PharmD, Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy. He received a bachelor of science in pharmacy degree and doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) degree from Mercer University and completed a postgraduate residency in mental health pharmacy practice at the University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences, Memphis. Dr. Crabtree has been on the faculty at Ole Miss since 1985 where among many responsibilities he precepts the psychiatry advanced pharmacy practice experience and has been instrumental in in the development of the problem-based learning curriculum, a model program that has been in place for over 15 years.

Brian has been a national leader in the area of psychiatric pharmacy practice. He has many publications to his credit in the areas of mental health and pharmacy education and has conducted research in various aspects of psychiatric pharmacotherapy. His current research interests focus on outcomes of treatment algorithms and pharmacoeconomic initiatives. He has received many awards and recognitions for his accomplishments, including the preceptor of the year award multiple times, the Thelma H. Cerniglia Distinguished Teaching Scholar award, and the Innovations in Teaching Award from the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy. He was inducted into the University of Mississippi Medical Center Nelson Order, a society which recognizes excellence in teaching by the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

Brian is board-certified in psychiatric pharmacy and continues to provide service to patients at mental health facilities in Mississippi, serving as a psychopharmacologist at Mississippi State Hospital at Whitfield. His responsibilities include provision of pharmaceutical care to psychiatric patients, including acute and chronic adult, geriatric, and child and adolescent psychiatric patients; developmentally disabled patients; chemically dependent patients; and nursing home patients. …

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