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CURRICULUM VITAE

JAMES ROBERT TAYLOR, PHARM. D., CDE

Work Address

University of Florida

Department of Pharmacy Practice

PO Box 100486; HSC

Gainesville, Florida 32610-0486

Phone: (352) 273-6239

Pager: (352) 379-5066

Fax: (352) 273-6242

Email: jtaylor@cop.ufl.edu

July 1999 – Present, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Florida, Gainesville,

Florida. Responsibilities include developing and implementing clinical pharmacy

services in the primary care setting, pharmacy course coordination, lecturing, disease

state management, pharmacist-managed anticoagulation clinic, pharmacist-managed

hyperlipidemia clinic, pharmacist-managed diabetes clinic, pharmacotherapy consult

service, cardiovascular disease prevention clinic, directing a primary care residency,

precepting pharmacy residents and students, staff education, and collaborative research.

Education

May 1996, Doctor of Pharmacy, Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio.

Certification

June 2003, Certified Diabetes Educator

Post-Doctoral Education

July 1999, Physical Assessment Institute In Patient Care Management, Nova

Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

July 1997 - June 1998, Post-Doctoral Resident in Pharmacy Practice/Family

Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Responsibilities included disease

state management, pharmacist-managed anticoagulation clinic, pharmacist-managed

hyperlipidemia clinic, pharmacotherapy consult service, pharmacokinetic consult service,

precepting pharmacy students, staff education, lecturing, and research.

Curriculum Vitae


Post-Doctoral Education (continued)

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July 1996 - June 1997, Resident in Pharmacy Practice, Veterans Affairs Medical

Center, Huntington, West Virginia. Routine responsibilities included managing lipid

clinic, warfarin clinic, pulmonary clinic, diabetic treatment team and the drug

information center, medical team rounding, pharmacokinetic consults, antimicrobial

monitoring, inpatient warfarin monitoring, and participation in clinical pharmacy on-call

program.

Professional Experience

August 2006 – Present, Specialty Consultant, Pharmacist’s Letter/Prescriber’s Letter

February 2002 – Present, PRN Pharmacist, Target Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

July 2001 - March 2002, Staff Pharmacist, Shands at The University of Florida. PRN

position involving staffing in surgery and medicine satellites.

July 1998 – June 1999, Clinical Assistant Professor and Area Health Education

Center (AHEC) Pharmacy Coordinator, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Responsibilities included developing and implementing clinical pharmacy services in the

primary care setting, disease state management, pharmacist-managed anticoagulation

clinic, pharmacist-managed hyperlipidemia clinic, pharmacist-managed diabetes clinic,

pharmacotherapy consult service, pharmacokinetic consult service, precepting pharmacy

residents and students, staff education, lecturing, and collaborative research.

January 1998 – June 1999, Part-time Pharmacist, Eckerd’s Drug, Gainesville, Florida.

July 1996 - June 1997, Part-time Pharmacist, Griffith & Feil Drug Store, Kenova, West

Virginia.

Invited Presentations

May 2007, Promoting Safe Medication Use, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

Annual Meeting, Gainesville, Florida.

January 2007, Update on the Management of Diabetes Mellitus, North Central Florida

Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Gainesville, Florida.

October 2006, Update on the Management of Diabetes Mellitus, Ken Finger Memorial

Continuing Education Program, Gainesville, Florida.


Invited Presentations (continued)

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October 2005, Point of Care Technology: Hyperlipidemia, presented at American

College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.

October 2005, Introduction to Diabetes, presented to Academy of Student Pharmacists,

Gainesville, Florida.

October 2004, Update on the Management of Diabetes Mellitus, Ken Finger Memorial

Continuing Education Program, Gainesville, Florida.

July 2004, Insulin in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus, CE program presented at

North Central Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Gainesville, Florida.

May 2004, Point of Care INR Analyzers: Wave of the Future?, University of Florida

College of Pharmacy continuing education seminar.

August 2003, Point of Care INR Analyzers: Are They All That Good?, Continuing

Education program presented at FSHP Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

April 2003, Medication Balance for Diabetes Management, CE program presented at

Comprehensive Conference on Diabetes Management, West Palm Beach, Florida.

November 2002, Pharmacotherapy of Diabetes and Related Cardiovascular

Disorders. Continuing Education program presented at Annual Pharmacy and Law

Management Conference, Orlando, Florida.

July 2000, Primary Care Workshop: Diabetes Management. Continuing Education

program presented at Florida Pharmacy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

April 2000, Osteoporosis and ERT/HRT. Continuing Education program presented to

Walgreens pharmacists, Ocala, Florida.

March 2000, Overview of Smoking Cessation. Continuing Education program

presented to Alachua County Pharmacy Association, Gainesville, Florida.

February 1999, Pharmacotherapy of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Continuing Education

program presented to Gainesville Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners Association,

Gainesville, Florida.


Invited Presentations (continued)

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September 1998, Hypertension/Diabetes/Cholesterol. Presented at Greater Gainesville

Black Nurses Association Third Annual Health Fair, Gainesville, Florida.

April 1998, October 1998, February 1999, Pathophysiology of Diabetes and

Monitoring the Diabetic Patient. Presented at the Improving Patient Care Through

Laboratory Studies Continuing Education Conference sponsored by the Florida Pharmacy

Association, Tallahassee, Florida.

March 1998, Pharmacotherapy of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders.

Presented at the Update on Legal Risks and Pharmacology for Nurse Practitioners and

Physician Assistants Workshop sponsored by the Suwannee River Area Health Education

Center, Gainesville, Florida.

May 1997, Evaluation Of The Overall Effectiveness Of A Lipid Clinic In A Veterans

Affairs Medical Center. Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Huntington, West Virginia.

Presented at Eastern States Residency Conference.

Presentations

April 2006, April 2004, Introduction to Nutrition, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy I class.

March 2007, March 2006, February 2005, March 2004, March 2003, Introduction to

Endocrinology, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Presented to Pharmacotherapy I class.

March 2007, March 2006, February 2005, Introduction to Gastrointestinal Disease,

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to

Pharmacotherapy I class.

February 2006, February 2005, Lower Gastrointestinal Disorders, University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy III

class.

January 2006, Vaccines, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Presented to Pharmacotherapy III class.


Presentations (continued)

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January 2006, January 2005, February 2004, February 2003, February 2002, February

2001, January 1999, November 1998, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Degenerative Joint

Disease, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to

Pharmacotherapy III class.

November 2005, September 2004, September 2003, Anticoagulation Management,

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to

Pharmaceutical Skills Lab class.

October 2005, November 2004, November 2003, Cholesterol Screening, University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmaceutical Skills

Lab class.

September 2005, September 2004, September 2003, September 2002, September 2001,

October 2000, October 1999, Diabetes Mellitus, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy II class.

September 2005, October 2004, October 2003, Diabetes Screening, University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmaceutical Skills

Lab class.

September 2005, September 2004, September 2003, Vital Signs, University of Florida

College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmaceutical Skills Lab class.

April 2003, April 2002, April 2001, April 2000, April 1999, November 1998,

Menopause and Osteoporosis, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville,

Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy III class.

March 2002, April 2000, Diabetes Mellitus: Principles of Therapeutics, University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy I

class.

February 2002, February 2001, October 1999, Physical Assessment Skills: Neurology,

University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to

Pharmaceutical Skills Laboratory I class.

August 2001, February 2001, August 1999, Physical Assessment Skills: An

Introduction and Overview, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville,

Florida. Presented to Pharmaceutical Skills Laboratory I class.


Presentations (continued)

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January 2000, Diabetes Mellitus Case Scenario, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy V class.

February 1999, Health Promotion and Wellness, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy I class.

February 1999, March 1998, Smoking Cessation, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy I class.

November 1998, Gout and Hyperuricemia, University of Florida College of Pharmacy,

Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Therapeutics II class.

April 1998, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Pharmacotherapy Case, University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy class.

March 1998, Alternative Medicine, University of Florida College of Pharmacy,

Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Pharmacotherapy I class.

September 1997, Upper Respiratory Infections, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Presented to Therapeutics II class.

Poster Presentations

Scolaro KL, Munyer TO, Taylor JR. Residents As Teachers of Self-Care In A

Distance Education Program: Results Of A Resident Teaching Certificate Program,

poster presentation at Nonprescription Medicines Academy Conference, Cincinnati,

Ohio, September 2005.

Williams JS, Taylor JR, Scolaro KL. Meeting the Requirements of a Resident

Teaching Certificate Program in a Distance Campus Environment, poster

presentation at American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting,

Cincinnati, Ohio, July 2005.

Clarke MY, Weitzel K, Taylor JR. Evaluation of Drug Utilization Attitudes and

Medication Beliefs of Patients Eligible for Medicare Prescription Drug Discount

Card Programs, poster presentation at American Pharmaceutical Association Annual

Meeting, Orlando, Florida, April 2005.


Poster Presentations (continued)

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Weitzel KW, VanRiper B, Taylor J, Robinson D, Dugan B, Showalter M. Establishment

of collaborative patient care services in an interdisciplinary community health center and

a community pharmacy, poster presentation at American Pharmaceutical Association

Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisana, March 2003.

Scolaro K, Weitzel K, Taylor J. Implementation of a comprehensive program to

improve provision and utilization of clinical services in a chain pharmacy, poster

presentation at American Pharmaceutical Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco,

California, March 2001.

December 1996, Clinical Significance Of Warfarin Interactions With Antibiotics.

Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Huntington, West Virginia. Poster presentation at

ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.

Publications

Anderson S, Taylor J, Chirico M, Cherian S. Pharmacists Approach to Managing

Diabetes. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine.

Chirico M, Cherian S, Anderson S, Taylor J. New Agents for the Treatment of

Diabetes. Review of Endocrinology.

Taylor JR. Type 1 diabetes mellitus. In: APhA Case Book. (accepted October 2006)

Taylor JR, Campbell KM. Home Monitoring of Glucose and Blood Pressure . (accepted

to American Family Physician 11/06)

Taylor JR, Campbell KM. Diabetes drug update: 4 new options and how they stack up.

Journal of Family Practice 2007;56:207-215.

Taylor JR, Vazquez CM, Campbell KM. Pharmacologic Management of Chronic

Insomnia. Southern Medical Journal 2006;99:1373-1377.

Taylor JR, Scolaro KL, Williams JS. Development of a Teaching Certificate Course.

Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2006;40:1215

Taylor JR. Probable interaction between tolterodine and warfarin. Pharmacotherapy

2006;26:719-721.


Publications (continued)

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Ward MC, King DA, Link M, Gloria RR, Taylor JR, Weitzel KW. Deep Vein

Thrombosis Secondary to Medroxyprogesterone in Patient at Risk for

Thromboembolism. Journal of Pharmacy Technology 2005;21:276-280.

Sicard DA, Taylor JR. Comparison of a Point of Care A1c Test versus a Standardized

Laboratory. Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2005;39:1024-1028.

Taylor JR, Lopez LM. Point of Care Monitoring Series: Cholesterol Testing Devices.

Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2004;38:1252-1257.

Lopez LM, Taylor JR. Point of Care Monitoring Series: At home blood pressure

monitoring. Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2004;38:868-873

Weitzel KW, VanRiper B, Taylor J, Robinson D, Dugan B, Showalter M.

Establishment of collaborative patient care services in an interdisciplinary community

health center and a community pharmacy. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical

Association 2003;42(3):276

Taylor JR, Sicard DM. What pharmacists should know about osteoporosis. Drug

Topics 2003;147:78-86

Taylor JR. An Overview and Comparison of the Thiazolidinediones. Drug Topics

2003;3:71-77.

Taylor JR. Phytomedicinals: Uses, precautions and drug interactions. Drug Topics

2003;1:79-85.

Scolaro K, Weitzel K, Taylor J. Implementation of a comprehensive program to

improve provision and utilization of clinical services in a chain pharmacy. Journal of the

American Pharmaceutical Association 2001;41;2:302

Hei DL, Taylor JR, Kilroy RA, Lopez LM. Comparison of International Normalized

Ratio from a Standard Lab Test and Two Point-Of-Care Devices, PROTIME ® and

COAGUCHEK ® . J of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis 2001;12(1):E9.

Taylor JR. Overview of Drug Therapy for Hypertension and Stroke. America's

Pharmacist 2001;123:12-16.


Publications (continued)

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Hei DL, Taylor JR, Kilroy RA, Lopez LM. Comparison of International Normalized

Ratio from a Standard Lab Test and Two Point-Of-Care Devices, PROTIME ® and

COAGUCHEK ® . Blood 2000 (Suppl);96:652(A).

Taylor JR. Starting a Community Pharmacy Residency. America's Pharmacist

2000;122:45-51.

Taylor JR, Wilt VM. Probable Antagonism of Warfarin by Green Tea. Annals of

Pharmacotherapy 1999;33:426-428.

Taylor JR, Streetman DS, Castle SS. Medication Bezoars: Review of the Literature

and Report of a Case. Annals of Pharmacotherapy 1998;32:940-6.

Taylor JR, Wilt VM, Finnman J. Update on Experiences with Pharmacist-Managed

Anticoagulation Clinics. Drug Benefit Trends 1998;10(4):25-32.

Course Coordination

Summer 2006, Research in Pharmacy Practice (PHA 5907, sect 9296), University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Spring 2006, Spring 2005, Spring 2004, Spring 2003, Spring 2002, Pharmacotherapy

III, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Fall 2005, Introduction to Clinical Teaching in Academia, University of Florida

College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Fall 2005, Fall 2004, Fall 2003, Fall 2002, Pharmaceutical Skills Lab, University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Spring 2001, Spring 2000 Pharmacotherapy I, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Spring 2002, Spring 2001, Clinical Practicum II, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Fall 2000, Pharmacotherapy II, University of Florida College of Pharmacy,

Gainesville, Florida.


Course Coordination (continued)

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Fall 2002, Fall 2000, Fall 1999 Clinical Practicum I, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Summer 2000, Selected Topic in Pharmacy: Ambulatory Care, University of Florida

College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

Spring 2000, Pharmacotherapy V, University of Florida College of Pharmacy,

Gainesville, Florida.

Projects

May 2005 – present, development of an Introduction to Clinical Teaching elective

course for third year pharmacy students at main campus and distance sites.

July 2004 - present, Teaching Certificate Program, University of Florida College of

Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida. Development of a teaching certificate program for

residents and fellows.

May 2002 – June 2003, Implementation of a Pharmacist-managed Diabetes

Education Clinic, Archer Family Health Care, Archer, Florida.

October 2000 - Present, Diabetes: A Certificate Course for Pharmacists, University of

Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

September 1999 - Present, Development and Implementation of an Interdisciplinary

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Clinic, University of Florida Colleges of Medicine

and Pharmacy, Gainesville, Florida.

July 1998 - Present, Developing, Coordinating, and Precepting Community

Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Florida and Walgreens Pharmacy,

Gainesville, Florida.

July 1998, Implementation of a Pharmacist-Managed Diabetes and Lipid Clinic,

Community Health Center at Eastside, Gainesville, Florida and University of Florida

Clinic at Fanning Springs, Trenton, Florida.

Curriculum Vitae

James R. Taylor, Pharm. D., CDE


Clerkship Teaching Experience

Year Course Number Clerkship

Name

2005-

2006

2004-

2005

2003-

2004

2002-

2003

2001-

2002

2000-

2001

1999-

2000

1998-

1999

Research and Grants

PHA 5643, 5644, 5645, 5646, 5647, 5648,

5649, 5659, 5661, 5662, 5663, 5665

PHA 5643, 5644, 5645, 5646, 5647, 5648,

5649, 5659, 5661, 5662, 5663, 5665

PHA 5643, 5644, 5645, 5646, 5647, 5648,

5649, 5659, 5661, 5662, 5663, 5665

Ambulatory

Care

Ambulatory

Care

Ambulatory

Care

PHA 5683 Ambulatory

Care

PHA 5683 Ambulatory

Care

PHA 5683 Ambulatory

Care

PHA 5683 Ambulatory

Care

PHA 5683 Ambulatory

Care

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Spring 2006, Comparison of point of care HbA1c monitor versus standard

laboratory, Community Health Center at Eastside

Spring 2006, Health Literacy Awareness, Community Health Center at Eastside

Number of

Student Months

Spring 2004, Clinical Pharmacy PAD Awareness Outreach Program, Community

Health Center at Eastside. (grant received in amount of $4500)

Spring 2004, Comparison of point of care HbA1c monitor versus standard

laboratory, Community Health Center at Eastside

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Fall 2002, Comparison of Three Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices, University of

Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

April 2001, Received $23,505 from The Institute for the Advancement of Community

Pharmacy as co-principal investigator for the Walgreens/University of Florida

Community Pharmacy Practice Residency.

September 1997 – July 1999, Site Coordinator for International Verapamil SR and

Trandolapril Study (INVEST), University of Florida Clinic at Fanning Springs,

Trenton, Florida.

May 1997, Evaluation Of The Overall Effectiveness Of A Lipid Clinic In A Veterans

Affairs Medical Center. Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Huntington, West Virginia.

Presented at Eastern States Residency Conference.

December 1996, Clinical Significance Of Warfarin Interactions With Antibiotics.

Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Huntington, West Virginia. Poster presentation at

ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.

Ambulatory Care Residents (Program Director and Preceptor)

Cristina Vazquez, PharmD, MPH (2005-2006)

Marfreeia Clarke, PharmD (2004-2005)

Devin Sicard, PharmD (2003-2004)

Michael Ward, PharmD (2003-2004)

B. DeeAnn Dugan, PharmD (2002-2003)

Marjorie Showalter, PharmD (2002-2003)

Ben Buie, PharmD (2001-2002)

Kelly Scolaro, PharmD (2000-2001)

Liz Little, PharmD (1999-2000)

Professional Contributions

1997 - Present, Reviewer for The Annals of Pharmacotherapy.

Honors/Awards

Best Practices Award, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, May 2006

Best Practices Award, University of Florida College of Pharmacy, May 2005

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Professional Organizations

2000- Present, North Central Florida Society of Health Systems Pharmacists. Positions

held: Secretary (2001 - 2002), Treasurer (2002 - 2004)

1999 - Present, American Diabetes Association

1995 - Present, American College of Clinical Pharmacy.

1993 - Present, American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists.

1991 - 1996, Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity.

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