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Professor, Associate Chair
- West Virginia University Charleston Division
- School of Pharmacy
- West Virginia University School of Pharmacy
- Clinical Pharmacy
- Clinical Faculty
- BS, University Of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba
- PharmD, University of Texas College of Pharmacy
Dispennette R, Elliott DP, Nguyen L, Richmond R. Drug Burden Index score and anticholinergic risk scale as predictors of readmission to the hospital. Consult Pharm 2014;29:158-68.
Maynor LM, Barrickman AL, Stamatakis MK, Elliott DP. Student and faculty perceptions of lecture recording in a doctor of pharmacy curriculum. Am J Pharm Educ 2013;77:165.
Nguyen, LU, Elliott DP, Richmond, R, Sankoff R, Emmett, M, Dean S. Associations between drug burden index and anticholinergic risk scale and the incidence of adverse outcomes in hospitalized patients. Pharmacotherapy 2012, 32 (5):e128. (abstract).
Stitt DM, Elliott DP, Thompson SN. Medication discrepancies identified at time of hospital discharge in a geriatric population. Am J Geriatr Pharmacother 2011;9:234-40.
Review Articles and Papers
Gray SL, Elliott D, Semla T. Implications for pharmacy from the Institute of Medicine's report on Health Care Workforce and an Aging America. Ann Pharmacother 2009;43:1133-8.
Books and Book Chapters
Dong B, Elliott DP (co-editors). Ambulatory care self-assessment program. ACSAP. Lenexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy; 2012-present.
Neitch SM, Elliott DP, Nunley BL, Weiner RC. Chapter 10. The Role of the Health Care Professional. In: Hash K, Jurkowski E, Krout J, eds. Aging in Rural Places: Programs, Policies, and Professional Practice. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company; 2014.
Elliott DP. Quality Improvement Initiatives in the Elderly. Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program 7th ed Geriatrics Lenexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy; 2011:211-36.
Thurman H, Elliott DP, Daugherty N, Ferrari V. Interprofessional Simulation Learning Activity: Cognitive Assessment Older Adults. Poster presentation. American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting, Orlando, Fl. May16, 2014.
Teaching Interests and Courses Taught
Dr. Elliott is interested in teaching innovation and has been modifying the two courses that he coordinates to include elements of team based learning. He is also interested in the incorporation of technology into didactic courses for campus-based pharmacy students.
PHAR 715 Pharmacotherapeutics 1: course coordinator; instructor on various topics including geriatrics, anemias, osteoporosis, and urology.
PHAR 751 Geriatrics: course coordinator, course instructor.
PHAR 739 Therapeutic Patient Monitoring: instructor for geriatric assessment.
Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiential Learning Experience in Geriatrics: Preceptor
CAMC PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: Preceptor
CAMC PGY2 Geriatric Pharmacy Residency: Program Director and Preceptor
Geriatric pharmacy practice in ambulatory and long-term care settings.
Research and Scholarship Interests
Dr. Elliott’s areas of particular research interests are related to optimizing medication use for older adults in ambulatory and long-term care settings.
Grants and Contracts
Elliott DP, Program Director and Principal Investigator. West Virginia Education Center West Virginia Geriatric Education Center: Year 4 (noncompetitive renewal), $443,431 (2013-14) (funded).
About David P. Elliott
David Elliott, Pharm.D., is Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Associate Chair of Clinical Pharmacy for the Charleston Division at the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University Charleston Division.
He practices, teaches, and conducts research in geriatrics. He is the pharmacist in the CAMC Geriatrics Clinic and is the Director of the West Virginia Geriatric Education Center.
Dr. Elliott is a Certified Geriatric Pharmacist and a Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, and the American Geriatrics Society. He is a member of the Amiercan Geriatrics Society Clinical Practice and Models of Care Committee and the Professional Education Executive Committee and is active in the West Virginia Geriatrics Society with previous service as a member of the Board of Directors and President. He is currently a member of the Education Committee. Dr. Elliott is one of two editors of the Ambulatory Care Self-Assessment Program published by the American College of Pharmacy for Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP) recertification.