Reshmi L. Singh, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Social and Administrative Pharmacy
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Office Hours: TBA
Reshmi Singh is an Assistant Professor of Social and Administrative Pharmacy at the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy. After graduating from the University of Minnesota with a Ph.D. in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, Dr. Singh taught for three years at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston, Massachusetts. She then moved to Virginia where she was active in scholarship, but did not have a formal teaching position.
Dr. Singh has taught several courses at undergraduate and graduate levels in pharmacy and has actively participated in various department, school and college-wide committees. She has received awards for academic excellence. Dr. Singh has been published and cited in peer-reviewed, internationally-recognized professional journals and invited to present her research at national and international conferences. In addition, she has reviewed and written book chapters and several publications in her field of research.
Dr. Singh recently moved to Laramie with her husband, Rajiv, and sons Rohm and Praym, after accepting the faculty position at the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy.
Ph.D. (Social and Administrative Pharmacy), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
M.S. (Pharmacy and Health Care Administration), University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
B.S. (Pharmacy) Bombay University, Bombay, India
Awards and Honors:
Faculty Development Seed Grants (2), Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Albert Wertheimer Leadership in Pharmacy Fellowship Award, University of Minnesota
Pharmacy Practice Melendy Fellowship, University of Minnesota
American Pharmacists' Association (APhA)
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
International Social Pharmacy Workshop (IPSW)
Patient Centered Care; Social Behavioral Aspects of Pharmacy Practice; Drug Education; Health Care Delivery; Pharmacoepidemiology; Research Methods; Pharmacy Outcomes; Qualitative Health Research
PHCY 6285: Drug Use Process
PHCY 6343: Methods for Population Health Outcomes
PHCY 1101: Navigating Survival: A Compass for Campus Mental Health (Freshman Seminar)
PHCY 6280: Pharmacy Ethics
Patient Centered Care; Treatment Decision Making; Medication Use Process and Outcomes; Depression; College Students Mental Health; Qualitative Health Research
Singh Reshmi, Jon C. Schommer, Marcia M Worley and Cynthia PedenMcAlpine, “Antidepressant Use Amongst College Students: Findings of a Phenomenological Study.” INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy. 2012; 3(2). Accessible at: http://www.pharmacy.umn.edu/innovations/Vol3No2/home.html.
Singh Reshmi, Buford T. Lively, Jon C. Schommer, Monica Holiday Goodman and Walter Siganga, “Patient Experiences and Perceptions of Patient Pharmacist Therapeutic Alliance.” Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy. Jan 2003; 20 (3):103109.
Schommer, Jon C., Reshmi L. Singh, Richard R. Cline and Ronald S. Hadsall, “Market Dynamics of Community Pharmacies in Minnesota,” Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2006; 3(2): 347358.
Schommer, Jon C., Reshmi L. Singh, and Richard A. Hansen, “Distinguishing Characteristics of Patients Who Seek More Information or Request a Prescription in Response to DirecttoConsumer Advertisements,” Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, June 2005; 1: 231250.
Cline, Richard R., Kiran Gupta, and Reshmi L. Singh, “ Older Adults Drug Benefit Beliefs: Construct Definition and Measure Development.” Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, Mar 2008; 4(1): 2336.
Cline, Richard R., Kiran Gupta, Reshmi L. Singh, and Jon C. Schommer, “Older Adults’ Drug Benefit Beliefs: A Focus Group Study.” Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, Jan/ Feb 2005; 11 (1): 7785.