Pharm. D., M.S., Assistant Professor
Appointed as an Assistant Professor through the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy, Dr. Gernant’s research focuses on medication safety in ambulatory, community, and primary care. Much of this work has focused on the implementation and dissemination of quality improvement innovations and transitions of care in practice-based research settings.
Using a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods, Dr. Gernant’s passion has more recently turned to explore risk communication among interprofessional, virtual health-care teams. Her most recent work explores COVID risk communication among community pharmacists. As a part of her teaching, she trains Pharm.D. residents, fellows and leads a longitudinal team-based Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience designed to prepare Pharm.D. students for post-graduate education.
- Hook Drug Foundation Fellowship in Community Pharmacy Research; Purdue University 2013-2015
- Masters in Pharmacy Practice with an Emphasis in Medication Safety; Purdue University, 2015
- Community Pharmacy PGY1 Residency, Penobscot Community Health Care; 2013
- PharmD; Ohio State University, 2012
- BS; Biology, University of Missouri 2008
- Chronic condition therapeutics, community pharmacy practice, pharmacy advocacy
- Health Information Exchange in Value Based Systems
- Community Pharmacy Efficiency
- Interdisciplinary Care Teams
American Pharmacist Association: APhA-APPM New Practitioner; Delegate; Special Interest Group (SIG) Coordinator; JAPhA Editorial Advisory Board
- PRISM Collaborative; UConn School of Pharmacy
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