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School of Pharmacy

Reshmi Singh

Assistant Professor of Social and Administrative Pharmacy

rsingh5@uwyo.edu • HS 380 • (307) 766-6172 • WIND BioCV  

Reshmi SinghReshmi Singh's research is focused on patient engagement (activation), health literacy, and patient-centered research to improve patient medication experiences and health outcomes. She is affiliated with the Wyoming Institute of Disabilities (WIND) in improving patient and family engagement and hence quality of life of persons with disabilities with the Wyoming Family to Family Health Information Center (WY F2F HIC) project.

Dr. Singh's expertise, experience, and training are in survey research and qualitative research methods (focus groups, phenomenology). Overall, healthcare access and disparities by virtue of rural location are issues that affect patient ‘care-seeking’, outcomes and communities at large. Dr. Singh has previously applied qualitative methods to understand how patients (college students; long-term users) using antidepressant therapies make decisions about their medications and health. Her research agenda is to further ways and means to improve patient engagement and examine the role of health literacy in patients’ seeking of and access to healthcare. This is especially important in a rural state like Wyoming.

 

Awards:

2015 UW College of Health Sciences Interprofessional Education Award

2004 University of Minnesota Albert Wertheimer Leadership in Pharmacy Fellowship

2001 University of Minnesota Pharmacy Practice Melendy Fellowship

 

Teaching:

PHCY 6140 Introduction to Social and Administrative Pharmacy
PHCY 1101 Navigating Survival: A Compass For Campus Mental Health
PHCY 6280 Pharmacy Ethics
BMS 5880 Research Ethics
PHCY 6285 Drug Use Process
PHCY 6343 Methods for Population Health Outcomes

 

Publications:

  1. Bush EJ, Singh R, Hidecker MJC, Carrico CP. Parkinson’s Disease support groups in rural America: Barriers, resources, and opportunities. The Qualitative Report. 2018; 23(6), 1381-1400. DOI: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss6/8

  2. Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ, Purtzer MA, Singh RL, Ross CL, McTigue K, Overstreet L. Examining Change in Confidence: A Unique Approach to Interprofessional Education Evaluation. Health and Interprofessional Practice. 2018; 3(3). DOI: https://doi.org/10.7710/2159-1253.1115

  3. Singh R, Scott H, Krueger K, Bush E. Healthcare Engagement and Encounters in a Rural State: A Focus Group Study. INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy.

    2018; 9(1): Article 5. DOI: https://doi.org/10.24926/iip.v9i1.944 Second Author Student

  4. Singh R, Staubach L, Frantz J, Thyagarajan B. Understanding Food Choice, Medication Use and Health from Lean and Non Lean Resident Perspectives in a Rural State. BAOJ Pharm Sci. 2017; 3 (2), 034.  Third Author Student

  5. Singh R, Liles MA, Montagne M. Identifying and Describing Patient Perspectives on Long-term Antidepressant Use. Cogent Psychology. 2016; 3(1), 1223902. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/23311908.2016.1223902

  6. Kooienga S, Singh R. Pharmacy and Primary Care Perspectives on E-prescribing in a Rural Community: A Focused Ethnography. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2016. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sapharm.2016.08.002

  7. Singh R, Schommer JC, Worley MM, Peden-McAlpine C. Antidepressant use amongst college students: Findings of a phenomenological study. INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy. 2012; 3(2). DOI: http://www.pharmacy.umn.edu/innovations/Vol3No2/home.html

  8. Cline RR, Gupta K, Singh RL. Older Adults Drug Benefit Beliefs: Construct Definition and Measure Development. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2008; 4(1): 23-36.

  9. Schommer JC, Singh RL, Cline RR, Hadsall RS. Market Dynamics of Community Pharmacies in Minnesota. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2006; 3(2): 347-358.

  10. Schommer JC, Singh RL, Hansen RA. Distinguishing Characteristics of Patients Who Seek More Information or Request a Prescription in Response to Direct-to-Consumer Advertisements. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2005; 1: 231-250.

  11. Cline RR, Gupta K, Singh RL, Schommer JC. Older Adults’ Drug Benefit Beliefs: A Focus Group Study. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 2005; 11 (1): 77-85.

  12. Singh R, Lively BT, Schommer JC, Holiday-Goodman M, Siganga W. Patient Experiences and Perceptions of Patient-Pharmacist Therapeutic Alliance. Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2003; 20 (3): 103-109.

 

Affiliations:

Membership in Professional Societies: 

  1. American Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)

  2. American Pharmacists Association (APhA)

  3. International Social Pharmacy Workshop (ISPW)

  4. International Health Literacy Association (IHLA)

Officer for professional society:

  • Wyoming Delegate for APhA (2014- present)

  • AACP Alternate Delegate (2017-2018) and Delegate (2018-2019)

 

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