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TINA PENICK BROCK
Fax: +1.703.524.789 E-mail: tbrock@unc.edu
E-mail: tbrock@msh.org

EDUCATION


Doctor of Education
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dissertation: A Multimedia Curriculum for Adherence to Medications for Adults Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences Thesis: A Content Analysis of Appeals Used in Advertising in the American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy in 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (cum laude)
Bachelor of Arts in German (cum laude)
PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner (#700027) – licensed by the North Carolina Medical Board to initiate and modify therapy under protocol with David C. Henke, MD in the area of adult pulmonary medicine; active December 2001 - June 2005.


CERTIFICATION AND HONORARY EXPERIENCE
Invited guest scientist - Project for the Promotion of the Advances Research on Medical Safety sponsored by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Labour in Japan; February 2006.
Medical Informatics; MBL/NLM Course Fellow - Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA.
Sponsored by the National Library of Medicine. Certificate, Spring Course, 2002.

ADDITIONAL TRAINING


Basic Life Support/CPR: Adult and
Faculty Trainer: APhA’s Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Medical Informatics; Stanford University Shortcourse University of Utah School on Alcohol and Other Drug Dependencies Marketing Research Internship; Sandoz AG (Germany)
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Director, Capacity Building & Performance Improvement
Arlington, VA Honorary Senior Lecturer in Practice & Policy Lecturer and Director, MSc in International Practice & Policy School of Pharmacy, University of London School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC Clinical Associate Professor School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Director, Student Services
School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC Pulmonary Medicine University of North Carolina Hospitals Ambulatory Care Center School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill UNC-Kerr Drug Enhanced Pharmaceutical Care Center Glaxo Wellcome, Inc. (now GlaxoSmithKline) Clinical Assistant Professor and Coordinator, Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Manager, Professional Development and Membership Services Managing Editor; Mississippi Pharmacist (journal) and Mississippi PharmNews (newsletter) Jackson, MS TEACHING EXPERIENCE
(See www.unc.edu/~tbrock for Internet-based teaching portfolio)

The School of Pharmacy, University of London
2005 - 2008

School of Pharmacy
• Director, MSc in Clinical Pharmacy: International Practice & Policy Lectures on asthma, thyroid disease, tobacco use cessation Course A – Foundations in the use of medicines - required course Course C – Approaches to therapeutics – required course Course F – Research in pharmacy practice – required course Course F – Public health pharmacy – optional course Course G – Preparation for practice - required course
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

1995 - present
• Preceptor for academic pharmacy clerkship based in the United Kingdom • Pharmaceutical Care Laboratories (PHCY 59L, 69L, 79L, 89L, 159L) Collaborative development of, preparation for, and teaching of lecture and lab for a five semester course series dedicated to providing a practical component to the professional curriculum through integration and application of concepts. • Health Care Informatics (PHCY 616/ PUBH 616) Collaborative development of, preparation for, and teaching of online, interdisciplinary course dedicated to teaching students in pharmacy, nursing, medicine, public health and information science about using technology to improve patient care PHCY 53/ Introduction to Health Care – required course PHCY 63/ Concepts of Pharmaceutical Care – required course PHCY 75/ Pulmonary-Gastrointestinal Therapeutics – required course PHCY 74/ Drug Literature Analysis and Interpretation - required course PHPR 132/ Physical Assessment – required course PHCY 168/ Self Care and Nonprescription Medications – required course PHPR 110/ Ambulatory Care – elective course • PHYT242/ Pharmacology for Physical Therapists – Div of Physical Therapy; lecturer • AHSC40/ Introduction to the Health Professions – Div of Allied Health; lecturer • PHPR 133/ Rural Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach – School of Public Health; liaison
University of Mississippi

1990 – 1992
Pharmaceutics 446 - Pharmacy Dispensing; teaching assistant German 101 - Elementary German; teaching assistant INVITED PRESENTATIONS

“First Do No Harm: Collaboration vs Colonization in Pharmacy Education.” Presented at the
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL. July 2008.
“New Horizons in ITC for Pharmacy Learning.” Presented at the European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy in Lille, France. June 2008. “Global Tripartite Education Action 2008-2010.” Presented at the Global Health Workforce Alliance Forum in Kampala, Uganda. March 2008. “Considerations in Selecting Inhalation Devices.” Presented to pharmacists at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting in Las Vegas, NV. December 2007. “Credentialing the US Way.” Presented at a joint symposium of the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Academic Pharmacy Group and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in London, UK. November 2007. “Framing Safer Systems: Designing Masterpieces.” Presented at the Medical Assurance Meeting in Jackson, MS. October 2007. “Curbing the Global Tobacco Pandemic.” Presented at the 67th Annual Congress of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) in Beijing, China. September 2007. “Challenges & Opportunities in Hospital Pharmacy Practice in Kenya.” Keynote presentation at the annual meeting of the Hospital Pharmacy Association of Kenya in Nairobi, Kenya. March 2007. “Bringing Theory to Life: The Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change.” Presented at the International Social Pharmacy Workshop in Oxford, UK. July 2006. “Patient Safety in Pharmacy Curricula.” Presented at the Multidisciplinary Roundtable for Quality Outcomes in the Healthcare Curriculum in Prague, Czech Republic. April 2006. “Asthma vs. COPD: Similar Treatment Options, Different Roles”. Presented at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. March 2006. “Clinical Pharmacists + Innovative Technology = Improved Public Health.” Presented at 8 hospitals in central Japan. February 2006. “Technology to Improve Medication Adherence.” Presented to researchers and clinicians at the META Network Meeting in London, UK. September 2005. “Developing a Form to Assess Student Professionalism.” Presented at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Spring Forum in Myrtle Beach, SC. April 2005. “Handheld Devices for Use in the Hospital.” Accredited CME program for physicians at St. Dominic’s Health System held in Salt Lake City, UT. February 2005. “Course Coordinating: Mentoring in the Pharmacy Curriculum.” Presented at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting in Dallas, TX. October 2004. “Pharmacotherapy Considerations in the Management of the Patient with Allergic Rhinitis and Asthma.” Presented at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting in New Orleans, LA. December 2003.

“Smoking Cessation: What Really Works.” Accredited CME program for physicians at St.
Dominic’s Health System in Salt Lake City, UT. March 2003.
“Medication Delivery for Asthma: Advances and Practical Considerations.” Presented at the
American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting in Atlanta, GA.
December 2002.

“APhA Immunizations Certificate Program.” Presented to pharmacists in Raleigh, NC.
September 2001.
“Teaching Portfolios: Dos, Don’ts and Musts.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Toronto, Canada. July 2001. “Update on New Respiratory Medications.” Presented to nurses in Chapel Hill, NC. October 2000. “APhA Immunizations Certificate Program.” Presented to faculty of UCSF School of Pharmacy in San Francisco, CA. August 2000.
“Getting Involved in Pharmacy: Becoming a Leader.” Pearl presentation at the 1st Annual
North Carolina Residents Conference in Chapel Hill, NC. August 2000.

“Innovations in Social Pharmacy Teaching.” Workshop presented at the 11th International
Social Pharmacy Workshop in Kuopio, Finland. June 2000.
“Patient Education and Adherence” and “Asthma Devices: Treatment and Monitoring” lectures presented as part of a one day asthma training program for pharmaceutical representatives
in Chapel Hill, NC. May 2000.

“Drugs Used in the Management of Sarcoidosis.” Presented to patients and clinicians with the
UNC Sarcoidosis Support Group in Chapel Hill, NC. December 1999.

“Adult Immunizations and Pharmaceutical Care.” Presented to pharmacists at the 14th
Annual Pharmacy Practice Seminar in Wilmington, NC in September 1999.

“APhA Immunizations Certificate Program.” Presented to pharmacists in Nashville, TN.
August 1999. “Asthma Management.” Certificate program approved by the Certificate Program Review Committee of North Carolina & presented to NC pharmacists in Chapel Hill, NC. July 1999. “New Practice Initiatives: Immunization Delivery.” Presented to pharmacists and pharmacy students at the Midyear Regional Meeting (Region 8) of the Academy of Students of Pharmacy in Denver, CO. November 1998. “Smoking Cessation: What Can a Pharmacist Do?” Presented to pharmacists at the 13th Annual Pharmacy Practice Seminar in Wilmington, NC. September 1998. “Smoking Cessation Strategies for Pharmacists.” Presented to pharmacists in Raleigh, NC. May 1998. “Asthma Strategies to Optimize Patient Outcomes.” Presented to pharmacists at the 145th Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association in Miami, FL. March 1998. “Asthma Management.” Certificate program approved by the Certificate Program Review Committee of North Carolina & presented to pharmacists in Raleigh, NC. November 1997. “Drug Therapy of Obesity in the Primary Care Setting.” Presented to physician assistants at the Fall Symposium for Mid-Level Practitioners in Asheville, NC. November 1997. “Errors and Omissions/Compounding.” Presented as part of the Annual NCPhA Pharmacy Board Review in Chapel Hill, NC. June 1997.
“Update on Obesity Management.” Presented to registered dietitians at the North Carolina
Dietetic Association Annual Meeting in Greensboro, NC. June 1997.

“Blood Glucose Monitoring.” Presented to pharmacists at the Wake Area Health Education
Center in Raleigh, NC. May 1997.
“Blood Pressure Monitoring.” Presented to pharmacists at the Wake Area Health Education Center in Raleigh, NC. May 1997.

“The Pharmacological Component of Obesity Management.” Presented to dietitians at the
Raleigh-Durham Dietetic Association meeting in Raleigh, NC. May 1997. “Update on Obesity Management.” Presented to health care professionals at the Area-L Health Education Center in Rocky Mount, NC. May 1997. “Obesity Management.” Presented to health care professionals at the Carolinas Medical Center Spring Symposium in Charlotte, NC. May 1997. “Basic Physical Assessment.” Presented to pharmacists at the Annual Winter Meeting in Charlotte, NC. February 1997. “Cool Tools: A Pharmacist’s Guide to Measuring and Assessing Vital Signs,” ACPE-accredited continuing education program presented to pharmacists at the 11th Annual Pharmacy Practice Seminar in Wilmington, NC. November 1996. “Update on Obesity Management,” ACPE-accredited continuing education program sponsored by Wyeth-Ayerst presented to pharmacists, nurses, and registered dietitians at the Wake Area Health Education Center in Raleigh, NC. October 1996. “Pharmaceutical Care - Finding Your Feather.” Presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the Mississippi Pharmacists Association in Orange Beach, AL. July 1996. “Physical Assessment Techniques: Measurement of Pulse, Blood Pressure, and Blood Glucose.” Presented to the pharmacists of the Coastal AHEC in Wilmington, NC. April 1996. “Pharmaceutical Care in Mississippi.” Presented to the faculty, staff, and students of the Clinical Pharmacy Department of the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS. “How to Document and Bill for Professional Services: Using NARD’s Pharmacist Care Claim Form.” Presented to pharmacists at the Introduction to Pharmaceutical Care Symposium in Jackson, MS. October 1994. “Almost Everything I Needed to Know about Pharmacy Practice I Learned in Kindergarten.” Presented to the pharmacists of MPhA District 6 in Meridian, MS. October 1994. “Occupational and Physical Therapy: Drug Implications for Practice.” Presented to occupational therapists and physical therapists at the Mississippi Occupational Therapy
Association Fall Meeting in Jackson, MS. September 1994.
“Boosting Profitability by Enhancing Refill Compliance.” Presented to a regional meeting of
Big B pharmacists in Atlanta, GA. October 1993.


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
Anderson C, Bates I, Beck D, Brock T, et al. Scaling Up, Strengthening and Improving Pharmacy Education. Human Resources for Health 2009. Accepted for publication. Anderson C, Bates I, Beck D, Brock T, et al. FIP Pharmacy Education Taskforce – Enabling Concerted and Collective Global Action. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2008. In press. Brock TP and Franklin BD. Differences in Pharmacy Terminology and Practice between the United Kingdom and United States. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2007; 64: 1541-1546. Brock TP and Smith SR. An Interdisciplinary, Online Health Informatics Course. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2007; 71(3). Article 43. Brock TP and Smith SR. Using Digital Videos Displayed on Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) to Enhance Patient Education in Clinical Settings. International Journal of Medical Informatics. 2007 Nov-Dec;76(11-12):829-35. Brock TP, Williams DM, Clinard VB, Ketcher LD. Readability of Brochure about Phaseout of Chlorofluorocarbons in Metered-Dose Inhalers. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy. 2006 May 1;63(9):807-8. Smith SR, Brock TP and Howarth SM. Use of Personal Digital Assistants to Deliver Education about Adherence to Antiretroviral Medications. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association September/October 2005, 45(5):625-628. Summers KM and Brock TP. The Impact of Pharmacist-Led Community Bone Mineral Density Screenings. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2005 Feb;39(2):243-8. Cooper JB, Brock TP, and Ives TJ. Assessment of the Spiritual Aspect of Patient Care as Addressed in Colleges of Pharmacy Curricula. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2003, 67(2):Article 11. Smith SR, Rublein JC, Marcus C, Brock TP and Chesney MA. A Medication Self-Management Program to Improve Adherence to HIV Therapy Regimens. Patient Education and Counseling, Brock TP, Valgus JM, Smith SR and Summers KM. Pharmacogenomics: Implications and Considerations for Pharmacists. Pharmacogenomics, 2003, 4(3):321-330. Brock TP, Deloatch KD, McDermott JH, Joyner PU, Ellis-Nielsen AD and Raasch RH. Objective Structured Clinical Examinations as an Assessment Tool in Pharmacy Curricula. Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 2002, 9(2):1-16. Brock TP, Wessell AM, Williams DM and Donohue JF. Accuracy of Float Testing for Metered- Dose Inhaler (MDI) Canisters. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, July/August 2002, 42(4):582-6. Brock TP, Faulkner CM, Williams DM and Smith SR. Continuing Education Programs for Pharmacists in Pharmacogenomics. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 2002, 59(8):722-725. Brock TP and Williams DM. Clinical Considerations for the Use of Inhalation Devices. The Journal of Pharmacy Practice, August 2001, 14(4):277-295. Brooks VG, Brock TP and Ahn J. Do Training Programs Work? An Assessment of Pharmacist Activities in the Field of Chemical Dependency. Journal of Drug Education, 2001, 31(2):153– 169. Williams DM, Newsom JF and Brock TP. An Evaluation of Smoking Cessation-Related Activities by Pharmacists. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, May/June 2000, 40(3):366-70. Brock TP, Williams DM and Beauchesne MF. Assessment of the Readability and Comprehensibility of a CFC-Transition Brochure. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, February 2000, 84(2):211-4. Brock TP and Smith MC. A Content Analysis of the Appeals Used in Advertising in the American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy in 1960, 1970, 1980 and 1990. Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, 1998, 12(4):43-59. Adcock KG, Brock TP, Adcock TT and Farrington EA. Asthma Knowledge of Elementary School Teachers: Impact on Care. Journal of Pediatric Pharmacy Practice, Nov/Dec 1997, 2(6):
350-2.

Penick (Brock) TM. New Trends in Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: The Actigall® Campaign.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, 1993, 7(3):95-107.

RESEARCH REPORTS

Brock TP, Taylor DG, Wuliji T. Curbing the Tobacco Pandemic: The Global Role for Pharmacy. Policy Paper 5. ISBN 978-0-902936-15-7. September 2008 Brock TP, Taylor DG, Wuliji T. Ending the Global Tobacco Pandemic: Opportunities for Enhancing Community Pharmacy’s World-wide Contribution to Smoking Cessation in the 21st Century. Policy Paper 4. ISBN 978-0-902936-14-0. May 2008 NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
Brock T, Clifford S, Khan F, Mehdi H, West D. Can Patients Learn in a Virtual World? The Pharmaceutical Journal 2008;281:72 Khan FD, Clifford S, Brock TP. Pharmacy Technicians’ Attitudes toward Drug Misusers and Community Pharmacy Services for Them. Pharmacy Technician Journal. 2008; Summer: 4-7. Brock TP, Taylor DG, Wuliji T. Pharmacists Have a Global Opportunity to Help Abolish Tobacco-related Harm. The Pharmaceutical Journal. 2007; Vol 278:775. Brock TP and Valgus JM. Pharmacogenomics: A Pharmacist’s Perspective. Hospital Pharmacy Europe. 2005 Jul/Aug, 21:17-19. Brock TP. Health Care Solutions through the Use of Technology. Pharmacy Today, Oct 2002, 8(10):13. Brock TP. Where There’s Smoke… Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Jan/Feb 2002, 42(1):10-11. Brock TP. Will Pharmacy Survive or Will It Prevail? A Complex Systems Approach. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Sept/Oct 2000, 40(5) suppl. 1:S25-9. Deloatch KD and Brock TP. The UNC Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory: Where Pharmacy Education and Practice Meet. The Carolina Pharmacy Journal, July/Aug 1996:21-3. Brock TP and Deloatch KD. Pharmaceutical Care in Education: Helping Pharmacists to Find Their Feathers. Hospital Pharmacy Times, July 1996:1HPT-3HPT. Brock TP. Taking Medications Can Be Difficult for Elderly. Healthbeat, Vol. 1 No. 3, 1994.
Brock TP. Behind the Scenes, a bi-monthly column published in Mississippi Pharmacist. July
1993 – July 1995.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Brock TP and Williams DW. Acute and Chronic Rhinitis. In Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drugs (9th edition); Mary Anne Koda-Kimble, editor; Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; pp 24:1-27. Brock TP, Wuliji T and Taylor DG. Obtaining country-level information in an international study on smoking cessation and pharmacy services. In International Research in Healthcare (1st edition); Felicity J. Smith, editor: ULLA series, Pharmaceutical Press: London; pp 10-11. Brock TP and Williams DW. Pulmonary Tuberculosis. In Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach (6th edition); T.L. Schwinghammer, editor; McGraw-Hill Publishers: New York; pp 311-314. Brock TP and Williams DW. Acute and Chronic Rhinitis. In Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drugs (8th edition); Mary Anne Koda-Kimble, editor; Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; Brock TP and Williams DW. Pulmonary Tuberculosis. In Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach (5th edition); T.L. Schwinghammer, editor; McGraw-Hill Publishers: New York; pp.307-9.

BOOK REVIEWS AND LETTERS
Brock TP. The Pharmacy Professional’s Guide to Resumes, CVs, and Interviewing (APhA). In
The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, February 2002, 36 (2):351.

Brock TP and Williams DW. Pharmacists as medication educators. (letter) J Allergy Clin
Immunol, Jan 2003,111(1):201. Williams DM, Wessell AM and Brock TP. The Doser™ External Counting Device. (letter) Chest, Nov 1999, 116(5):1499.

ABSTRACTS/POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Kauf TL and Brock TP. “Pharmacy Students’ Access to Homeless and Indigent Patient Populations,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Chicago, IL. July 2008 Brock TP and Smith SR. “Literacy and Health Decisions: If You Can’t Read, Can You Really Play an Active Role in Your Health Care?” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmacists Association in San Francisco, CA. March 2006 Smith SR, Brock TP, Rublein JC. “Multimedia Patient Education Using Handheld Devices in an Infectious Diseases Clinic,” presented at MedInfo 2004 in San Francisco, CA. September 2004. Joyner PU, Brock TP, Caiola SM, Cooper AC, Deloatch KH, Leadon KI, White-Harris CY. “Baking the Perfect Soufflé: Intentional Professionalization Strategies across the Pharmacy Education Experience,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Salt Lake City, UT. July 2004. Brock TP, Smith SR, Carl L, White MW. “An Interdisciplinary, Online Course in Health Care Informatics,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Salt Lake City, UT. July 2004. Howarth SM, Smith SR, Rublein JC, Brock TP. “Patient Adherence and Video Education,” presented at the Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in New Orleans, LA. December 2003. Rollins AM, Pignone M, Brock TP. “Pharmacy Student Involvement in an Interdisciplinary Indigent Care Clinic: Where Patients Get the Best Care,” presented at the Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in New Orleans, LA. December 2003. Hussey TC, Murray N, Brock TP. “Straw, Sticks, or Bricks: Building a Strong Foundation for Professionalism,” presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Minneapolis, MN. July 2003. Summers KM, Brock TP, Suter K. “Pharmacist-Managed Community-Based Bone Mineral Density Screenings,” presented as a poster at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Spring Practice and Research Forum/Update in Therapeutics in Palm Springs, CA. April 2003. McIntosh JA, Blalock SJ, Brock TP. “Effects of Media Reporting on Hormone Replacement Therapy on Healthcare Decisions by Women,” presented at the Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in Atlanta, GA. December 2002. Sleath BS, Brock TP, Pradel F, Bush P. “Training health care providers how to communicate with children about medicines,” presented as a poster at the International Conference on Communication in Health Care in Warwick, UK. September 2002. Valgus J, Haynes K, Brock T, Pieper J, McAllister J, Hawke R. “Implementation of a Pharmacogenomics Elective Course in the Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Pharmacy,” presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Kansas City, MO. July 2002. Griffith KS, Alexis N, Peden D, Brock TP. “Effect of IL-4 on Nasal Inflammation in Non-Allergic, Non-Asthmatic Subjects,” presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association in Philadelphia, PA. March 2002. Summers KM, Brock TP. “The Use of Community Bone Mineral Density Screenings to Identify and Educate Patients with Osteoporosis,” presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association in Philadelphia, PA. March 2002. (APhA-APPM Presentation Merit Award) Bond RS, Summers KM, Alford ML, Brock TP. “SPARC: Student Professionalism and Role-Model Commitment,” presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association in Philadelphia, PA. March 2002. Williams DM, Wessell AM, Williams MK, Brock TP, Mascarella J, Donohue JF. “FEV1 Dose Response to Albuterol Metered-Dose Inhaler (MDI) in Patients with Asthma: Comparative Evaluation of Administration Through an Aerochamber® Valved Holding Chamber Versus an EasiVent™ Valved Holding Chamber,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy in Tampa, FL. October 2001. Brock TP, Joyner PU, Cooper AA, Eckel FM, Garrett D. “Using Communication Insights to Compare Behavior Preferences of Pharmacy Applicants to that of Successful Students and Practitioners,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Toronto, Canada. July 2001. Brock TP, Wessell AM, Williams DW, Donohue JF. “Assessing the Accuracy of Float Testing for Metered-Dose Inhaler Canisters,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association in San Francisco, CA. March 2001. (APhA-APPM Presentation Merit Award) Cooper JB, Brock TP, Ives TJ. “Assessment of the Spiritual Aspect of Patient Care as Addressed in Pharmacy School Curricula,” presented at the Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in Las Vegas, NV. December 2000. Brock TP, Britt VL, Williams DM. “Assessing the Readability and Comprehensibility of a New CFC-Transition Brochure: Do Patients Understand?” presented at the 11th International Social Pharmacy Workshop in Kuopio, Finland. June 2000. Belanger J, Williams D, Campbell-Bright S, Brock T. “Nature and Significance of Pharmacist Interventions in Medical and Respiratory Intensive Care Unit Patients,” presented at the Southeastern Regional Residency Conference in Augusta, GA. May 2000. Belanger J, Rublein J, Brock T, Oertel M, Williams D. “Assessment of Vancomycin Serum Drug Concentration Monitoring in a Tertiary Care Facility: Patient Characteristics, Therapeutic Indications, and Documentation,” presented at the Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in Orlando, FL. December 1999. Brock TP, Ellis-Nielsen AD, Deloatch KH, Joyner PU, Raasch RH. “Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE) as Evaluative Tools in Pharmacy Curricula,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Boston, MA. July 1999. Smith SR, Rublein JR, Brock TP, Kashuba ADM, Gotzkowsky SK, Marcus CJ, Eron JJ. “A Self-Management Program to Improve Adherence to HIV Therapy Regimens,” presented at the 5th Wintergreen Research Conference in Social and Administrative Sciences in Wintergreen, VA. May 1999. Deloatch KH, Brock TP and Pittman AW. “Design and Renovation of a Pharmaceutical Care Teaching Facility,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Snowmass, CO. July 1998. Patel JS, Newsom JF, Brock TP, Williams DM. “Involvement of Community Pharmacists in Smoking Cessation,” Merck Undergraduate Research Seminar in Estes Park, CO. June 1998. Freeman-Newsom JK, Brock TP and Williams DM. “Evaluation of Smoking Cessation Activities by Community Pharmacists, “ presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association in Miami, FL. March 1998. (APhA-APPM Presentation Merit Award) Brock TP, Brooks VG and Ahn J. “Is the Utah School Helping? An Assessment of Pharmacist Activities with Substance Abusers,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association in Miami, FL. March 1998. Pittman AW, Deloatch KD and Brock TP. “Curriculum Innovations at the University of North Carolina School of Pharmacy,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Reno, NV. July 1996. Ives TJ, McDermott JH and Brock TP. “Development and Implementation of a Physical Assessment Course as Part of the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory Series,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Reno, NV. July 1996.

Penick (Brock) TM and Smith MC. “A Content Analysis of Appeals Used in Advertising in the
American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy in 1960, 1970, 1980 and 1990,” presented at the 27th Annual Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists in Orlando, FL. December 1992.

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

Co-investigator: Evaluation of the Electronic Prescription Service in Primary Care. NHS Connecting for Health Evaluation Programme: £745,608.24; 10/01/07 – 09/30/10. Co-investigator: Promoting Appropriate Use of Medicines for Poorer Patients [in Indonesia] through Pharmacy Service Development and Evaluation. UK Department for International Development/DElPHE scheme: £16,500; 08/01/07 – 05/30/08. Co-Principal Investigator: Enhancing Community Pharmacy Contributions to Tobacco Cessation and Use of Nicotine Replacement Therapies. Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson: £25,000; 12/1/06 – 05/30/07. Co-investigator: A Pilot Study to Evaluate the Feasibility of Using Computerised, Tailored Advice to Stop Smoking in Community Pharmacy. NoCLOR: £41,293; 10/01/06-10/01/07. Principal Investigator: A Distance Education Program in Pharmaceutical and Health Informatics. Merck Company Foundation: $30,000; 06/01/03 – 06/01/05. Project Director: An Interdisciplinary Course in Health Informatics. UNC Interdisciplinary Education Grant: $25,000; 01/01/02 – 01/01/03. Co-Principal Investigator: Design, Development and Deployment of a Distance Education Program in Pharmaceutical Informatics. UNC Distance Education Development Grant: $35,000; 01/01/02 – 06/30/02 (Co-PI: Scott R. Smith, PhD). Principal Investigator: The Use of Community Bone Mineral Density Screenings to Prevent, Identify and Educate Patients with Osteoporosis. Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals: $9,000; Principal Investigator: Effective Teaching Strategies: Enhancing and Evaluating the Use of Instructional Technology in the Professional Classroom. UNC School of Pharmacy Seed Co-investigator: In-Vitro Characterization of Particle Deposition of Fluticasone Dipropionate Delivered by Metered-Dose Inhaler (MDI), MDI with Aerochamber, and MDI with EasiVent. Dey Laboratories LP: $12,000; 5/30/99 – 12/30/99 (PI: Dennis Williams, PharmD). Sub-investigator: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Parallel Group Trial of Inhaled Fluticasone Proprionate/GR106642X 220mcg BID and 440mcg BID in Adult Subjects with Asthma, Glaxo Wellcome: $34,000; 1/1/99 – 7/1/99 (PI: James Donohue, MD). Co-Investigator: Compliance-Efficacy Interactions, C-E Ratios and Asthma. Astra Clinical Pharmacy Research Award: $10,000; 1/1/98 – 06/30/99 (PIs: Teresa Kauf, PhD and Dennis Williams, PharmD). Principal Investigator: CAME – A Computer Adaptive Math Exam. UNC Center for Teaching and Learning: $350; 1/1/98 – 06/15/98. Co-Investigator: Cost-Effectiveness of Four Treatments for Mild to Moderate Persistent Asthma. University Research Council Grant: $1900; 5/1/97 - 5/1/99 (PI:Teresa Kauf, PhD). Principal Investigator: Is the Utah School Helping? An Assessment of Pharmacist Activities with Substance Abusers. APhA Research Incentive Grant: $1000; 4/1/97 - 4/1/98). Co-Investigator: The ESCAP (Evaluating Smoking Cessation Activities by Pharmacists) Study. UNC Junior Faculty Development Award: $5000; 1/1/97-12/31/97 Principal Investigator: Assessing Bias Among Second Year Pharmacy Students: The AT-HIP (Attitudes Toward the Homeless and Indigent Population) Survey. UNC School of Pharmacy Seed Grant: $1000; 11/1/96-10/31/97.

OTHER RESEARCH

Department of Pharmacy Administration; University of Mississippi (1988-1991)
Project: Medication Use Studies (MUSt) - Translation and coding of articles to be included in a
comprehensive database of research concerning medication use
Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences; University of Mississippi (Spring 1987)
Project: Malaria research - Generation of data with animal models using HPLC

EDITORIAL BOARDS

International Journal of Pharmacy Education & Practice

REVIEW COMMITTEES

American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, Journal of Pharmacy Teaching,
Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs:
An Interactive Approach to Self-Care, Pharmacy Education, Western Journal of Medicine

HONORS AND AWARDS

• APhA-ASP National Outstanding Advisor Award (2005) • UNC Order of the Grail/Valkyries (2004) • APhA – APPM Presentation Merit Award (2002, 2000, 1998) • Paul G. Rogers/NCPIE Medication Communicator Award - Honorable Mention (2000) • Albert B. Prescott/Glaxo Wellcome Leadership Award (2000) • Marion Merrell Dow Distinguished Young Pharmacist of Mississippi (1993) • AFPE/McNeil Graduate Fellowship Award (1990) • Roche Pharmacy Communications Award (1990) Continuing Honors - Rho Chi, Phi Lambda Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa

Source: http://www.irmrc.unsw.edu.au/documents/TP_Brock_CV_Dec_08.pdf

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