MICHELLE MCELHANNON, Pharm.D.
Public Service Assistant
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, University of Georgia, 1994
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Georgia, 1995
Pharmacy Practice Residency, The Ohio State University Medical Center and Clinics, 1996
2004 GSHP Outstanding Committee Chair
1995 Mylan Excellence in Pharmacy Award
1995 Phi Kappa Phi
1995 Rho Chi Honor Society
American Pharmacists Association (APhA)
Georgia Society of Health-System Pharmacists (GSHP)
2007-2008 District Director, NE District
2006-2007 District Director-Elect, NE District
2002-2004 Professional Affairs Committee Chair
2000-Present Legislative Committee Member
Diabetes, public health, health literacy, anticoagulation, experiential learning
Diabetes and Audiological Monitoring of Ototoxic/Vestibulotoxic Medications. The Audiology Project, June 26, 2018 Webinar.
Do You DOAC: Direct Oral Anticoagulation, GSHP Summer Meeting, Amelia Island , FL, July 2017.
Direct Oral Anticoagulants: Clinical Pearls for Safe Practices, Athens Cardiology Group, Piedmont Athens Regional, Athens, GA, February 2017.
The Anticoagulation Management Service: Expansion of Services, Piedmont Athens Regional Hospitalists’ Meeting, Athens, GA, January 2017.
Direct Oral Anticoagulants: Safety Concerns and Plan of Care, Athens Cardiology Group, Piedmont Athens Regional, Athens, GA, December 2016.
The Anticoagulation Management Continuum of Care, 2008 Ansel Symposium, UGA College of Pharmacy, Athens, GA, September 2008.
Riding the Radio Waves: The Ups and Downs of Pharmacy Care Clinic Promotions, ASHP Midyear Meeting Clinical Pearls Session, Las Vegas, NV, December 2005
Hannings A, Brooks K, McElhannon M, Palmer R, Smith K. Impact of a Flu Clinic Simulation on Student Readiness to Provide Immunization Services. AACP Annual Meeting, Pharmacy Education 2018, Boston, MA, July 2018.
Ball K, Brown E, McElhannon M. Implementation of a Pharmacist-run Diabetes Clinic in an Independent Pharmacy. ASHP Midyear, Las Vegas, December 2005
Tickerhoof T, Cook C, McElhannon M. Pilot Test: Assessment of a community pharmacist to increase patient adherence with ADA Standards. ASHP Midyear, Las Vegas, December 2005.
Howell L, Aull L, McElhannon M. Short term outcomes of a community asthma program, ASHP Midyear, Las Vegas, December 2005
Strother L, Guthrie, L, McElhannon M. Implementation of a pharmacy-managed anemia clinic. ASHP Midyear, Las Vegas, December 2005.
Fleming G, McElhannon M, Cook C, Aull L. Development of a complete and efficient monitoring and management checklist to help manage patients with diabetes in accordance with current ADA guidelines in a clinic setting. ASHP Midyear, Las Vegas, December 2005.
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