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PhD, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Florida A and M University,
B.S., Chemistry, Florida State University,1995
1. Mahdavian, S., Ghazvini, P., Pagan, L., Singh, A., and Woodard, T. Clinical Management of Atopic Dermatitis., 2012 edition. 2. Ghazvini, P., and Singh, A. Syphilis. Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide, By: Michael D. Katz, Kathryn R. Matthias, and Marie A. Chisholm-Burns, Section 15, Diseases of Infectious Origin, 2011, Chapter 84:343-345. 3. Honeywell, M., Ghazvini, P., and Singh, A. Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Herpes Simplex Type 2.
Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide, By: Michael D. Katz, Kathryn R. Matthias, and Marie A. Chisholm-Burns, Section 15, Diseases of Infectious Origin, 2011, Chapter 85:347-350. 4. Lewis, B., Ghazvini, P. Applied Immunology for Pharmacy Students. Copley Custom Textbooks. 5. Lori Fede, Stewart Goodman, Marlon Honeywell, Patty Ghazvini. Current Management and Prospective Therapies for Crohn’s Disease. US Pharmacist 2010; 35(1): HS 10-HS 19. 6. Patty Ghazvini, PharmD. Introduction: Immunology and Autoimmune Diseases. Journal of 7. Soheyla Mahdavian, Ukamaka Dike, Alsean Bryant, Angela Hill, Patty Ghazvini. Multiple Sclerosis: A Supplement on the Disease State, Current Therapies, and Investigational Treatment. Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2010; 23(2): 86-101. 8. Patty Ghazvini, Luis Pagan, Toby Rutledge, Steward Goodman. Atopic Dermatitis. Journal of 9. Patty Ghazvini, PharmD., Angela Singh, PharmD. Ramelteon: A Novel Treatment for Insomnia. 10. Angela Singh, PharmD., Patty Ghazvini, PharmD., Natalie Robertson, PharmD., MHA., Angela J. Massey, PharmD., BCPP, Otis Kirksey, PharmD., and Marlon S. Honeywell, PharmD. Sleep Disturbances in Patients with Psychiatric Illnesses. Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2007: 54-60. 11. Jennifer Lind, PharmD. Candidate, Jaclyn Lennard, PharmD. Candidate, Patty Ghazvini, PharmD., Marlon Honeywell, PharmD., Phillip Treadwell, PharmD. Oxymorphone HCl (Opana) for the relief of Moderate-to-Severe Pain. P & T Drug Forecast 2007;32(4): 209-213. 12. Nasya Ezell, PharmD Candidate, Alicia Hardy, PharmD Candidate, Marlon Honeywell, PharmD, Angela Singh, PharmD, Jessica Warthen, PharmD, Patty Ghazvini, PharmD. Drospirenone/Estradiol (Angeliq) for the Treatment of Menopausal Symptoms. P & T Drug Forecast 2006; 31(8): 446-479. 13. Ghazvini, P. Interviewing like a Professional. U.S. Pharmacist Student Edition 2006. 14. Ghazvini P, Singh A, Treadwell P, Honeywell M, Canty N. Rituximab for Patients with Refractory Rheumatoid Arthritis. P & T Drug Forecast 2006; 31(4): 201-207. 15. Youssef H, Wiliford J, Ghazvini P, Treadwell P, Massey A. Assessment of dementia in an HIV- positive population in an ambulatory clinic. Family Medicine 2006. Letter to the Editor:610. 16. Parchamazad P, Ghazvini P, Honeywell P, Treadwell P. Abatacept (CTL4-Ig, Orencia): An investigational biological compound for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Drug Forecast 2005;30(11): 633-643. 17. Bell A, Honeywell M, Branch E, Ghazvini P, Lebron A, King K. Telithromycin (Ketek®) for the Treatment of Upper and Lower Respiratory Infections. P & T Drug Forecast 2005; 30(8): 441-450. 18. Massey A, Ghazvini P. Role of a Neuropsychiatric Pharmacist in a Memory Disorder Clinic. Journal of Consultant Pharmacist 2005;20:514-518. 19. Ghazvini P, Treadwell P, Massey A, Honeywell M. Treatment Options for Pulmonary Hypertension. US Pharmacist May 2005: HS18 – HS28. 20. Williams T, Honeywell M, Branch E, Ghazvini P, King K. Tadalafil in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction. P& T Drug Forecast 2004; 29(5): 295-303. 21. Touchstone K, Stark L, Massey A, Ghazvini P. Assessment of Medication Adherence Challenges when Managing Patients with Dementia. Submitted to Florida Pharmacy Today March 2005.


Jcm part 10

UML data models from an ORM perspective: Part 10 by Dr. Terry Halpin Director of Database Strategy, Visio Corporation This paper first appeared in the August 1999 issue of the Journal of Conceptual Modeling , published byInConcept. This paper is the tenth in a series of articles examining data modeling in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) from the perspective of Object Role Modeling

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