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School of Pharmacy

College of Health Sciences

Carol J. Hermansen-Kobulnicky, Ph.D., R.Ph.

Director of Interprofessional Education, College of Health Sciences
Associate Professor, Social and Administrative Pharmacy

cjhkobul@uwyo.edu • (307) 766-2691 • HS 490

Ph.D., Social and Administrative Sciences in Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

M.S., Pharmacy Administration, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

B.S., Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Research Interests:

Patient self-advocacy
Patient self-monitoring
Oncology patient experiences of symptoms and information overload
Interprofessional practice and education (IPE)
Pharmacy practice innovation

Teaching:

PHCY 6342 Pharmacy Administration
PHCY 6245 Patient/Professional Interactions
PHCY 6285 Drug Use Process
PHCY 6185 Role of the Pharmacist

Publications:

Book Chapter

Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ. Oral and Nonverbal Communication in MTM in Medication Therapy Management: A Pharmacotherapy and Medication System Primer, D.M. Angaran, K. Whalen, Eds. McGraw-Hill: New York, 2015. (Electronic, available via Access Pharmacy)

Chewning, B. and Hermansen Kobulnicky CJ. "Concordance and Communication in Cancer Management," Handbook of Cancer Care and Communication, D. O'Hair, G. Krebs, L.D. Sparks, Eds., The Hampton Press: Cresskill, NJ. 2007:343-363.

Journal Articles

Overstreet LR, Kempson DA, Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ. Self-Efficacy and Mental Health Services Provided by Rural and Frontier Oncology Social Workers. Contemporary Rural Social Work, 2015, 7(2):71-84.

Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ, Purtzer MA. Tracking and Journaling the Cancer Journey. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 2014, 18(4):388-391.

Smith WT, Catney CM, Rickles NM, Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ, Broeseker AE, Garvan CW, Kimberlin CL. Pharmacy Student Comfort in Communicating with Persons with Disabilities. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 2014, 6:175-184.

Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ, Purtzer MA. “How I kept track of it of course was my business”: Cancer Patient Self-Monitoring as Self-Stylized Work. Palliative & Supportive Care. 2013 2013 Aug 6:1-7.

Purtzer MA, Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ. “Being a part of treatment”: The Meaning of Self-Monitoring for Rural Cancer Patients. Cancer Nursing, 2013;36(2):93-103.

Look K, Mott D, Leedham R, Kreling D, Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ.  Pharmacy Participation and Claim Characteristics in the Wisconsin Medicaid Pharmaceutical Care Program from 1996 to 2007, Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 2012;18(2):116-28.

Kreuger JL, Hermansen-Kobulnicky, CJ. Patient Perspective of Medication Information Desired and Barriers to Asking Pharmacists Questions, Journal of the American Pharmacy Association, 2011;51(4):510-9.

Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ. Symptom Monitoring Behaviors of Rural Cancer Patients and Survivors, Supportive Care in Cancer, 2009;17:617-626.

Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ, Worley MM. "Exploring the Patient Perspective Regarding Community Pharmacists' Educational Roles in Diabetes Medicine and Blood Glucose Management," International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2008;16:81-90.

Worley MM., Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ. "Do Diabetes Patients' Outcome and Self-efficacy Expectations for Medication Management Vary by Different Indicators of a Pharmacist-Patient Relationship?" Journal of the American Pharmacy Association, 2008;Sept/Oct:in press.

Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ. "Measurement of self-advocacy in cancer patients and survivors," Supportive Care in Cancer, 2008;16:613-618.

Mott, DA, Kreling, DH, Hermansen-Kobulnicky, CJ, Chou, CH. "Pharmacy Participation and Characteristics of Claims Submitted in the Wisconsin Medicaid Pharmaceutical Care Program," Journal of the Pharmacy Society Wisconsin, 2005;March/April:12-16.

Hermansen-Kobulnicky, CJ, Moss CL. "Pharmacy Student Entrepreneurial Orientation: A Measure to Identify Potential Pharmacist Entrepreneurs," Amer J Pharm Educ; 2004; 68(5), article 113.

Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ, Wiederholt JB, Chewning BA. "Adverse Effect Monitoring: Opportunity for Patient Care and Pharmacy Practice," J Amer Pharm Assoc, 2004; Jan/Feb, 75-88.

Service:

Member, Curriculum & Instruction Committee

Complementary and Alternative Medicines

School of Pharmacy
Wyoming Signatures' Jeff Lockwood interviews Carol Kobulnicky, Associate Professor of Pharmacy, about the safety, efficacy, and uses of complementary and alternative medicines.

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