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Karen J. MacKinnon RPh

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Director, Assistant Professor

Institution: Medical College of Wisconsin
Department: School of Pharmacy Administration
Division: Administration
Program: Program Development

Publications (7)

  • Collective Action: The Medical College of Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccination Program. (Sanchez AM, Busse K, MacKinnon K, Henk L, MacKinnon GE, Brown J, Mauermann S, Dobrowski T, Jungmann J, Bultman J, Singh S, Nattinger AB) WMJ 2021 Dec;120(4):305-308 PMID: 35025179 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85123461368 01/14/2022    
  • Comparison of EMERPHED® (Ephedrine Sulfate) Injection with Current Concentrated Ephedrine Products in Simulated Clinical Settings 12/01/2021    
  • Survey of Pass/Fail Grading Systems in US Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Programs. (Spiess JP, Walcheske E, MacKinnon GE, MacKinnon KJ) Am J Pharm Educ 2022 Jan;86(1):8520 PMID: 34301542 PMCID: PMC8787175 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85123360022 07/25/2021    
  • Implementation and evaluation of an interprofessional physical assessment skills workshop for Wisconsin pharmacists. (MacKinnon GE 3rd, Theobald J, Seckel E, MacKinnon KJ, Lamberton N, Velazquez DV) J Am Pharm Assoc (2003) 2021;61(4):e249-e254 PMID: 33773933 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85103113179 03/29/2021    
  • Comparison of Attitudes of Wisconsin Health Care Providers and Pharmacists Toward Vaccine Administration and Perceived Barriers. (MacKinnon GE 3rd, Pabian I, MacKinnon KJ, Sorum SE, Martin E, Bernstein RS, Rein LE, Schellhase K) WMJ 2020 Sep;119(3):151-157 PMID: 33091281 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85094160290 10/23/2020       1 Citation
  • Immunizations at Wisconsin Pharmacies: Results of a statewide vaccine registry analysis and pharmacist survey. (Berce PC, Bernstein RS, MacKinnon GE, Sorum S, Martin E, MacKinnon KJ, Rein LE, Schellhase KG) Vaccine 2020 Jun 09;38(28):4448-4456 PMID: 32417143 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85084664169 05/18/2020       5 Citations
  • Interdisciplinary approach to teaching medication adherence to pharmacy and osteopathic medical students. (Singla DL, MacKinnon GE 3rd, MacKinnon KJ, Younis W, Field B) J Am Osteopath Assoc 2004 Mar;104(3):127-32 PMID: 15083988 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-1642505598 04/16/2004       12 Citations
  • Last update: 12/28/2022