Allison Brenner, HILS Online MS Student

Allison Brenner, PharmD

Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems Online MS Student

Biography

Allison Brenner is a student in the HILS online MS program. She completed her undergraduate work and her PharmD at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2005. Allison completed a residency at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center and spent the next 12 years in ambulatory care clinical practice within the Dept of Veterans Affairs. For 6 of those years she held a joint position in clinical informatics within the Ann Arbor VA Medical Center. She now works for Pfizer within their clinical informatics group. In this role she supports quality improvement and population health initiatives by partnering with large health systems across the US.

Published Articles or Reviews

Justinvil GN, Leidholdt EM, Balter S, Graves LL, Loring BA, Brenner AC, Boyle NG, Srinivasa RN, Moran JM. Preventing Harm From Fluoroscopically Guided Interventional Procedures With a Risk-Based Approach. Journal of the American College of Radiology. 2019; 16(9). 1144-1152.

Merchant R, Chou J, Hoffman J, Hummel SL, Brenner A, Brenner M. Impact of a Pharmacist-led Cardiology Pharmacotherapy Clinic on Chronic Heart Failure Management. Journal of Cardiac Failure. Volume 24. Issue 8. S49-S50

Poon JL, Brenner AC, Brenner MJ. Comparison of Amiodarone Compliance Monitoring: Usual Care, Electronic Prescribing Template and Pharmacist-Managed Clinic. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2014; 2(10):621-626.

Matthews K, Brenner M, Brenner A. Evaluation of the Efficacy and Safety of a Hydrochlorothiazide to Chlorthalidone Medication Change in Hypertensive Veterans. Clinical Therapeutics. 2013. Volume 35. Issue 9. 1423-30.

Brenner M, Butcher (Brenner) A. CE: Coronary Heart Disease: Primary and Secondary Prevention. Drug Topics. Dec 2009.

Kyle J, Butcher (Brenner) A. Bacterial Vaginosis: Facts and Myths. Pharmacy Times. Jun 2008.

Mehlhorn A, Chahine E, Butcher (Brenner) A. CE: Antimicrobial Resistance Among Community Pathogens. Drug Topics. May 2008.

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