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CURRICULUM VITAE
Amanda M. Loya, Pharm.D.

BUSINESS ADDRESS/CONTACT INFORMATION:
UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program
1101 N. Campbell St., El Paso, TX 79902
Office number: 915-747-8534
Fax: 915-747-8521
Email: amloya1@utep.edu
LICENSES:
Pharmacy Licensure: Texas State Board of Pharmacy, License # 41726

ACADEMIC PREPARATION:
Scott & White/University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy; Temple, Texas; Ambulatory
Care Pharmacy Practice Residency; July 2003- June 2004
The University of Texas at Austin; Austin, Texas; UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy
Program, El Paso, Texas; Doctor of Pharmacy; August 1999 -May 2003
The University of Texas at El Paso; El Paso, Texas; Bachelor of Science in Microbiology
(Chemistry minor); August 1995 - May 1999
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT:
UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program; El Paso, Texas; Clinical Assistant Professor
of Pharmacy, July 2004- present
RE Thomason General Hospital Outpatient Pharmacy; El Paso, Texas; Relief Pharmacist;
September 2004-September 2008

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:
UTEP College of Health Sciences, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, El Paso, Texas;
Clinical Assistant Professor, Apr. 2011 – present
Texas Tech University Health Science Center (TTUHSC) at El Paso, Paul L. Foster School of
Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine; El Paso, Texas; Adjunct Clinical
Assistant Professor, Feb. 2007 – present

HONORS, AWARDS, HONORARY SOCIETIES:
• Recognition as Top 10 Cited Faculty on Graduating Pharmacy Student Exit Survey as
“Faculty Member with Highest Impact on Students’ Academic and Professional Development,” UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Classes of 2011, 2009, 2008 • Certificate of Appreciation “In Recognition of Valuable Contributions to the Education of Resident Physicians,” Texas Tech Health Science Center, PLFSOM, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Resident Class of 2010 • Award for “Participation as an Active Teacher in Family Medicine 2008-2009,” American • Award for “Most Supportive Faculty,” Texas Tech Health Science Center, Department of • Award for “Excellence in Teaching of Pharmacy Interns,” Cooperative Pharmacy Student • Award for “Commitment and Support with the Texas Tech University Family Medicine Department,” Texas Tech Health Science Center, Department of Family Medicine, Resident Class of 2007 • Nominated by pharmacy students from UT Austin College of Pharmacy for the Texas Excellence Teaching Award for 2006-2007 school year • Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honor Society, UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Fall 2000-Spring • University of Texas-El Paso Top Ten Senior, Class of 1999 • University of Texas-El Paso Presidential Excellence Scholarship, 1995-99
PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

• APhA Medication Therapy Management National Certificate Training Program, El Paso, TX, Aug. 6, 2011. Certification pending. • APhA-Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery, Obtained 2002
SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
Publications
Articles/abstracts (refereed)

Sias JJ, Loya AM, Rivera JO, Islas AA, Urquidi UJ. Cultural Competency. Chapter: Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach. 8th Edition. 2011. Maldonado C, Loya AM, Rivera JO. The cross-border procurement of Mexican pharmaceuticals in El Paso, Texas: a review of primary literature. El Paso Physician. 2011; 34(3):13-15. Loya AM, Gonzalez-Stuart A, Rivera JO. Prevalence of polypharmacy, polyherbacy, nutritional supplement use and potential product interactions among older adults living on the United States-Mexico Border. Drugs Aging. 2009; 26(5): 423-36. Perreiter A, Loya AM. Sitagliptin (JanuviaTM): A New Mechanism for Treating Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. El Paso Physician. 2007; 30(3): 11-13. Loya AM, Gonzalez-Stuart A, Rivera JO. Polypharmacy, polyherbacy, and potential interactions among senior citizens in the Paso del Norte Region. Pharmacotherapy. 2006; 26(10). Abstract online: www.pharmacotherapy.org/pdf/free/pharm2610_accpabstracts.pdf. Articles/abstracts (refereed) pending publication
Loya AM, Sias JJ, Rivera JO. Identifying medication use practices and perceptions among patients in a US-Mexico border community. Manuscript re-submitted to the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, Nov. 2011. Previous submissions June 2011, Sept. 2011 (accepted pending adequate revisions (8/1/11, 10/31/11)). Sauceda JA, Loya AM, Sias JJ, Taylor T, Wiebe JS, Rivera JO. Medication literacy in Spanish and English (MedLitR SE): a psychometric evaluation of a new assessment tool. Manuscript submitted to the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, Sept. 2011. Pending review. Rivera JO, Loya AM, Ceballos R. Use of herbal medicines by the elderly and implications for conventional drug therapy. Manuscript submitted to Drugs and Aging Fall 2011. Pending review. Loya AM, Sias JJ, Rivera JO, Homedes N. Evaluation of practice patterns and problem-solving skills related to medication literacy in a U.S.-Mexico border community. Manuscript to be submitted to the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, Spring 2012. Sias JJ, Loya AM, Rivera JO, Homedes N, Weiss BD, Ortiz M. Comparison of results of a Spanish-English Medication Literacy Assessment Tool (MedLitRxSE) in a US-Mexico Border Community. Manuscript submitted to the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, Dec. 2010. Accepted with revisions, resubmission pending.
Articles/abstracts (non-refereed)
Loya AM, Rivera JO. Developing structured, theory-based educational interventions and exploring sources of medications available without prescriptions are important steps for successful interventions to reduce inappropriate use of antibiotics among Latinos. Electronic Letter. Ann Fam Med. 15 Feb 2010. Loya AM, Rivera JO. Purchasing medications on the internet from Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites™ (VIPPS) is safer alternative for consumers. Electronic Letter. Ann Fam Med. 11 Dec 2009. Loya AM. “Beware errors in medication,” Guest Columnist for Health Matters (UTEP), Loya AM. “Peek behind pharmacy counter shows how much staff does for you,” Guest Columnist for SALSA Article in Seniors Section, El Paso Times, 9/28/07. Loya AM. “Medicines, herbs can harm rather than help,” Guest Columnist for SALSA Article in Seniors Section, El Paso Times, 10/6/06.
Books, other materials
Loya AM, Gonzalez-Stuart A, Rivera JO. Booklet: “A Seniors Guide to the Safe Use of Medications and Herbs.” 2006. Available Online: www.herbalsafety.utep.edu/populations/default.htm Loya AM, Gonzalez-Stuart A, Rivera JO. Brochure: “A Seniors Guide to the Safe Use of Medications and Herbs.” 2006. Available Online: www.herbalsafety.utep.edu/populations/default.htm. Loya AM, Gonzalez-Stuart A, Rivera JO. Portable Medication Information Card. 2006. Available online: www.herbalsafety.utep.edu/populations/default.htm.
Poster Presentations

Sias JJ, Loya AM, Rivera JO, Rodriguez JC. Identification of medication literacy issues facing members of a US-Mexico border community. American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., March 2010. Rivera MN, Ferry MJ, Rodriguez OL, Vera YY, Loya AM, Rivera JO. “Assessment of high-risk Mexican drugs available to residents of the United States-México border.” Presented at the 67th Annual US-Mexico Border Health Association Meeting, El Paso, TX, June 5, 2009. Mier KM, Loya AM, Berkeley LJ. “The evaluation of resident physician knowledge on maternal medication use and breastfeeding before and after an educational intervention.” Presented at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center-El Paso, 4th Annual OB/GYN Symposium, El Paso, TX, April 24, 2009. Molina C, Chilson M, Hernandez J, Gomez JO, Loya AM, Sias JJ. “Assessment of the Characteristics of English and Spanish Patient Medication Information Sheets Distributed by Community Pharmacies.” Presented UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Day, Austin, TX, April 14, 2009. Mier KM, Loya AM, Berkeley LJ. “The evaluation of resident physician knowledge on maternal medication use and breastfeeding before and after an educational intervention.” Presented at UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Day, Austin, TX, April 14, 2009. Molina C, Loya AM. “Assessing the Health Literacy of Alzheimer’s Disease Caregivers and Evaluating their Preferences for Alzheimer’s Medication Information.” Presented at UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Day, Austin, TX, April 14, 2009. Molina C, Chilson M, Hernandez J, Gomez JO, Loya AM, Sias JJ. “Assessment of the Characteristics of English and Spanish Patient Medication Information Sheets Distributed by Community Pharmacies.” Presented at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 43rd Annual Midyear Clinical Meeting, Orlando, FL, Dec. 8, 2008. Loya AM, Sias JJ, Rudder V, Rivera JO, Pruyn M. “Identifying Medication and Herbal Product Literacy Issues facing Patients in Populations at Risk for Adverse Drug Events in a United States-Mexico Border Community.” Presented at the 2nd Annual Texas Tech University Health Science Center El Paso Research Colloquium, El Paso, TX, May 22, 2008. Loya AM, Gonzalez-Stuart A, Rivera JO. “Polypharmacy, polyherbacy, and potential interactions among senior citizens in the Paso del Norte Region.” Presented at the 2nd Annual Texas Tech University Health Science Center El Paso Research Colloquium, El Paso, TX, May 22, 2008. Loya AM, Sias JJ, Rudder V, Rivera JO, Pruyn M. “Identifying Medication and Herbal Product Literacy Issues facing Patients in Populations at Risk for Adverse Drug Events in a United States-Mexico Border Community.” Presented at the 7th Annual Institute for Healthcare Advancement Health Literacy Conference, Irvine, CA, May 1, 2008. Bazaldua O, Loya AM, ME Perez, V Rudder, JJ Sias, JO Rivera. “Improving Community Pharmacists’ Knowledge about Medications and Low Health Literacy in a United States-Mexico Border Community.” Presented at the 7th Annual Institute for Healthcare Advancement Health Literacy Conference, Irvine, CA, May 1, 2008. Rivera MN, Loya AM. “Memantine and Cognitive Decline In Alzheimer’s Disease: Evaluating an Educational Intervention For Caregivers.” Presented at UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Day, Austin, TX, April 17, 2008. Rivera MN, Ferry MJ, Rodriguez OL, Vera YY, Loya AM, Rivera JO. “Assessment of high-risk Mexican drugs available to residents of the United States-México border.” Presented at UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Day, Austin, TX, April 17, 2008. Rodriguez OL, Vera YY, Rivera MN, Ferry MJ, Loya AM, Rivera JO. “Translation and interpretation of Mexican pharmacy laws to educate pharmacists and other health professionals practicing on the United States-México border.” Presented at UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Day, Austin, TX, April 17, 2008. Rivera MN, Ferry MJ, Rodriguez OL, Vera YY, Loya AM, Rivera JO. “Assessment of high-risk Mexican drugs available to residents of the United States-México border.” Presented at the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Dec. 3, 2007. Rodriguez OL, Vera YY, Rivera MN, Ferry MJ, Loya AM, Rivera JO. “Translation and interpretation of Mexican pharmacy laws to educate pharmacists and other health professionals practicing on the United States-México border.” Presented at the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Dec. 3, 2007. Barron L, Delgado C, Loya AM, Rivera JO, Gonzalez-Stuart A. Evaluation of potential drug, herbal product, and nutritional supplement interactions among the elderly in the Paso del Norte region. Presented at the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists Clinical Midyear Meeting, Anaheim, CA, Dec. 4, 2006. Loya AM, Gonzalez-Stuart A, Rivera JO. Polypharmacy, polyherbacy, and potential interactions among senior citizens in the Paso del Norte Region. Presented at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, October 28, 2006. Barron L, Delgado C, Loya AM, Rivera JO, Gonzalez-Stuart A. Evaluation of potential drug, herbal product, and nutritional supplement interactions among the elderly in the Paso del Norte region. Presented at the University of Texas College of Pharmacy, 2nd Annual Celebrating Research Achievements, Austin, TX, April 11, 2006. Pinal D, Loya AM. Drug therapy in Alzheimer’s disease: evaluating an educational intervention for patient caregivers. Presented at the University of Texas College of Pharmacy, 2nd Annual Celebrating Research Achievements, Austin, TX, April 11, 2006. Loya AM, Rivera JO, Gonzalez-Stuart, A. Evaluation of polypharmacy and polyherbacy among senior citizens in the Paso del Norte region. Presented at the Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists 58th Annual Seminar, Galveston, TX, April 1, 2006. Pinal D, Loya AM. Drug therapy in Alzheimer’s disease: evaluating an educational intervention for patient caregivers. Presented at the Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists 58th Annual Seminar, Galveston, TX, April 1, 2006. Chang FC, Loya AM, Tabor PA, Lui AL, Forjuoh SN, Mason S, Symm B. Retrospective evaluation of clinical and economic outcomes of a pharmacist-managed anticoagulation service versus usual care. Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group 32nd Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, October 10-13, 2004. Loya AM, Chang FC, Tabor PA, Lui AL, Forjuoh SN. Evaluation of clinical and economic outcomes of a pharmacist-managed anticoagulation service versus that of usual care: a retrospective observational study. Presented at the Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists 56th Annual Seminar and Industry Colleagues in Health Care Forum, Houston, TX, April 16-19, 2004. Loya AM, Chang FC, Tabor PA, Lui AL, Forjuoh SN. Evaluation of clinical and economic outcomes of a pharmacist-managed anticoagulation service versus that of usual care: a retrospective observational study. Presented at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Dec 6-11, 2003. Loya AM, Patel PK, Sias JJ, Islas A, Garcia J, Luna J, Taylor EC. Evaluation of appropriate metformin use in type 2 diabetes patients in a US-Mexico border clinic. Presented at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Dec 6-11, 2003.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE:
Membership in Professional Organizations

El Paso Student Pharmacist’s Association- Faculty Advisor El Paso Pharmacy Association, Pharmacist Member and Member of the EPPA Board of American Society of Health-System Pharmacists- member American College of Clinical Pharmacy- member
Professional Service/Organization activities:
Served as peer-reviewer for book chapter for: Sias JJ, O’Connell MB, Salie A, Birch J,
Taylor R. Chapter 4: Ethnic and Religious Considerations in Women’s Health. Women’s
Health Across the Lifespan: A Pharmacotherapeutic Approach. Ed. O’Connell MB,
Hansen L, Smith J, Calis K. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. 2010.

Community Service
Presentations to the Community

“My Pharmacy Life: Experiences, Lessons Learned, and Advice from an Admissions Committee Member.” Presented to the UTEP Pre-pharmacy Organization, El Paso, TX, April 20, 2011. “Strategies for the Safe Use of Medications and Herbs,” Presented at El Paso Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Groups Brown Bag Educational Series, El Paso, TX, May 11, 2010. “Pharmacy: A Career on the Move.” Presented to the Master’s Colloquium Class, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, El Paso, TX, December 11, 2009. “Medicines in My Home.” Presented to the Paso del Norte Children’s Development Center, El Paso, TX, June 13, 2009. “Strategies for the Safe Use of Medications and Herbs,” Presented at Socorro ISD, Community Services Learning Center, El Paso, TX, January 25, 2008. “Strategies for the Safe Use of Medications and Herbs,” Presented at Polly Harris Senior Center, El Paso, TX, July 20, 2007. “Choosing a Career: Why Study Pharmacy?” Presented to University of Texas at El Paso, Incoming Freshman Orientation, El Paso, TX, July 12, 2007. “Medicines in My Home,” Presented to 7th grade middle school students, Socorro Independent School District, El Paso, TX, dates: 11/9/07, 5/18/07, 5/14/07, 5/7/07, 4/23/07, 4/2/07, 3/30/07, 3/2/07. “Pharmacy as a Career,” Presented to HCOP High School Students participating in health care career camp at Texas Tech Medical Center, El Paso, TX, June 16, 2006. “Safe Use of Medications and Herbs,” Presented at El Paso Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Groups Brown Bag Educational Series, El Paso, TX, February 13, 2007, June 13, 2006. “Safe Use of Medications and Herbs Among Seniors: Focus on polypharmacy,” Presented at the El Paso Alzheimer’s Association “Alzheimer’s Symposium: What’s the right Rx?” Cambria Assisted Living Center, El Paso, TX, November 29, 2005. “Life after residency,” Presented to Scott & White Pharmacy Practice and Specialty Residents, Scott & White Hospital, Temple, TX, February 11, 2005. “Diabetic Neuropathy,” Lecture given to Georgetown Diabetes Support Group, Scott & White Georgetown Clinic, Georgetown, TX, June 3, 2004.
RESEARCH

Patient perceptions and knowledge of side effects, effective medication Feb. 2011 - Present management, and the impact of a medication literacy curriculum: a pilot study in Latino HIV-positive patients Principal-investigator: Amanda Loya Co-Investigators: Jose O. Rivera Funding Agency: Hispanic Health Disparities Research Center Funding Amount (over 2 years): $99,980 Patient Decision Making Regarding Use of Herbals: A Theory-Based Co-Investigators: UTEP: Jose O. Rivera, Amanda M. Loya, Jose Rodriguez; UT-Austin: Jamie Barner, Thomas Bohman, Barbara Jones, Kristin Richards Funding Agency: National Institutes of Health (R01) Proposed Funding Amount for UTEP Subcontract: $243,827 A Spanish-language Medication Literacy Curriculum: Final Development, Implementation and Preliminary Evaluation of Principal-Investigator: Amanda M. Loya Co-Investigators: Jose O. Rivera, Francisco Soto-Mas, Arturo Olivares, Jeri J. Sias, John Wiebe Funding agency: National Institutes of Health (R21) Proposed Funding Amount over 2 years: $274,971 Addressing Medication Literacy in the Paso del Norte Region (Year 2) Nov 2007-Dec 2008 Co-Principal Investigators: Amanda Loya, Jose O. Rivera Co-Investigator: Jeri J. Sias Funding Agency: Paso del Norte Health Foundation, Funded: $99,998 Addressing Medication Literacy in the Paso del Norte Region (Year 1) Co-Principal Investigators: Amanda Loya, Jose O. Rivera Co-Investigator: Jeri J. Sias Funding Agency: Paso del Norte Health Foundation, Funded: $179,995 Education of Seniors about Polypharmacy and Polyherbacy in the Paso Dec 2004- Apr 2006 del Norte region Co-Principal Investigators: Amanda Loya, Jose O. Rivera Co-Investigator: Armando Gonzalez-Stuart Funding Agency: Paso del Norte Health Foundation, Funded: $63, 929 Evaluation of clinical and economic outcomes of a pharmacist- managed anticoagulation service versus that of usual care: a retrospective observational study
Principal Investigator: Amanda Loya
Co-Investigators: Patricia Tabor, Franklin Chang, Samuel Forjuoh,
Autumn Lui
Non-funded study

MAJOR PRESENTATIONS (*Peer-reviewed, **Invited)
**“Considerations for Pharmacotherapy in the Elderly,” Workshop presented to 3rd-year medical
students, Presented to Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center
Department of Family Medicine, Geriatrics Elective, Ambrosio Guillen Texas State Veteran’s
Home, El Paso, TX, Dec. 5th, 2011; Sept. 19, 2011.
** “Anticoagulation Case Discussion: Focus on Venous Thromboembolic Disease,” Workshop
presented to 3rd-year medical students, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech Health
Sciences Center Department of Family Medicine, Family Medicine/Surgery Clerkship,
TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, August 18, 2011.
**“Warfarin Therapy Management,” Presented to Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas
Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso,
TX, July 28, 2011.
**Maldonado C, Galan M, Loya AM. “Depression and anxiety: clinical pearls for medication therapy.” Presented to Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, April 28, 2011. **Loya AM. “Low health literacy, medication use, and health outcomes: exploring the “patient side” of patient safety to improve patient care.” Podium presentation at the 6th Annual Obstetrics and Gynecology Symposium, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center El Paso, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, El Paso, TX, May 21, 2011. Loya AM. “Strategies and Evidence for Venous Thromboprophylaxis.” In-service presented to in-patient family medicine team (attending physicians, residents, medical students) at University Medical Center – El Paso. Nov. 19, 2010. **Nelson JL, Jallad A, Loya AM. “Utilizing the Sanford Guide and Clinical Pearls for Antibiotic Use.” Presented to Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, October 7, 2010. **Loya AM, Sias JJ. “The patient side of patient safety: considerations for the preceptor and student intern.” Presented at the 28th Annual Preceptor Orientation and Training Conference, University of Texas College of Pharmacy, San Marcos, TX, August 14, 2010. **“Warfarin Therapy Management,” Presented to Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, August 6, 2009. *Loya AM. “Description of Medication Interpretation Problems Identified in a US-Mexico Border Population.” Podium Presentation at the 67th Annual US-Mexico Border Health Association Meeting, El Paso, TX, June 4, 2009. *Sauceda JA, Wiebe JS, Loya AM, Sias JJ, Rivera JO. The psychometric properties of a newly designed literacy assessment tool. 67th Annual US-Mexico Border Health Association Conference: Human Security: A New Border Response, June 3-5, 2009 El Paso, Texas. *Loya AM, Sias JJ, Hernandez J. “Addressing Medication Literacy: Assessment and Education on the U.S./Mexico Border.” Podium presentation at the 4th Annual San Antonio Health Literacy Conference, San Antonio, TX, October 24, 2008. **Loya AM, Sias JJ. “Medications and Low Health Literacy: The Invisible Epidemic.” Continuing education program presented at the 1st Annual El Paso Pharmacy Association/UTEP Regional Pharmacy Education Day, El Paso, TX, October 4, 2008. **“Warfarin Therapy Management,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, July 10, 2008. **“Warfarin Therapy Management,” Presented to Specialists in Poison Information, West Texas Regional Poison Center, El Paso, TX, June 3, 2008. **“Dermatologic and Hematologic Reactions to Ursodiol, Spironolactone, and Furosemide.” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, April 10, 2008. **Loya AM, Sias JJ, Rivera JO. “Addressing Medication Literacy in the Paso del Norte Region,” Continuing Education Program for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians, UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program, El Paso, TX, Nov. 3, 2007. **“Medication Safety: Tips for Ordering Medications and Optimizing Patient Safety,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, July 12, 2007. **“Warfarin Therapy Management,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, June 7, 2007. **Loya AM. “Diabetes Therapy Update: Inhaled Insulin & Incretin Enhancers,” Continuing Education Program for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians, West Texas Pharmaceutical Association, El Paso, TX, April 28, 2007. **“Evaluation of Adverse Drug Reactions,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, April 19, 2007. **“Diabetes Therapy Update: New Insulins, Incretin Mimetics and Other New Agents,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, Feb. 8, 2007. **Loya AM. “About Exubera®: Change the Diabetes Experience,” Continuing Education Program for Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, and Nurses. Sponsored by Pfizer, Inc. El Paso, TX, Dec. 12, 2006. **“Pharmacotherapy of Diabetes,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, Oct. 12, 2006. ** “Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, September 14, 2006. “A Resident’s Guide to Total Parenteral Nutrition,” In-service presented to TTUHSC-El Paso family practice residents and attending physicians, RE Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, TX, July 25, 2006. **“Heparins and Heparin-induced Thrombocytopenia,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, July 6, 2006. “Peri-Operative Beta-blocker Use,” In-service presented to TTUHSC-El Paso family practice residents and attending physicians, RE Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, TX, June 19, 2006, July 13, 2006. *Loya AM. “Evaluation of Polypharmacy and Polyherbacy Among Seniors in the Paso del Norte Region,” Presented at the Texas Conference on Aging 2006: “Bridging Borders: Spicing Up Aging”, El Paso Airport Hilton, El Paso, TX, May 1, 2006. *Loya AM. “Evaluation of Polypharmacy and Polyherbacy Among Seniors in the Paso del Norte Region,” Presented at Lineae Terrarum, International Borders Conference, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, March 29, 2006. **“Treprostinil (Remodulin®),” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, January 5, 2006. “Propylthiouracil and Methimazole for Treatment of Hyperthyroidism,” In-service presented to TTUHSC-El Paso family practice residents and attending physicians, RE Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, TX, December 20, 2005. “Vancomycin Dosing In-service,” presented to TTUHSC-El Paso family practice residents and attending physicians, RE Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, TX, December 9, 2005. “Opioid Dosing Conversions,” In-service presented to TTUHSC-El Paso family practice residents and attending physicians, RE Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, TX, November 15, 2005. “Antithrombotic Therapy in Peripheral Arterial Disease,” In-service presented to TTUHSC-El Paso family practice residents and attending physicians, RE Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, TX, November 9, 2005. **“Medication Safety: Tips for Ordering Medications and Optimizing Patient Safety,” Presented to Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Family Medicine Resident Conference, TTUHSC-El Paso, El Paso, TX, September 8, 2005. “Warfarin Dosing In-service,” Presented to TTUHSC-El Paso Family Practice residents and attending physicians, RE Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, TX, 2/4/05, 1/10/05, 12/13/04, 11/11/04, 10/20/04. *Sias JJ, Anaya J, Loya AM. “Diabetic Foot” Continuing Education Program for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians, El Paso Pharmaceutical Association, El Paso, TX, August 25, 2004. *Loya AM. “Evaluation of clinical and economic outcomes of a pharmacist-managed anticoagulation service versus that of usual care: a retrospective observational study.” Southwest Leadership Conference for Pharmacy Residents, Fellows, and Preceptors. Houston, TX, April 14-17, 2004.
UNIVERSITY SERVICE

UTEP/UT-Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program:
Admissions Committee (meetings occur Feb/March of Spring semester) • This involves the interviewing of new pharmacy program candidates as well as participating in the selection of candidates to be admitted to the program. Academic Review Committee (meetings occur at the end of Fall and Spring semesters) • This involves the review of academic and professional requirements for all pre-pharmacy students admitted to the pharmacy program. Faculty Search Committee (1-2 meetings per month, Spring 2010 semester) Residency Advisory Committee (weekly meetings throughout the year, ~1 hour/week) UTEP Falls Prevention Coalition Member (June 2011 – present, 2 meetings per month) School of Nursing, served on oral examination committee for 2 Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Candidates (2 hours, 7/27/11) Faculty Organization Executive Committee, Secretary (Spring 2011- present) Community and Academic Partnerships for Health Science Research (CAPHSR), faculty partner and member of CAPSHR steering committee (monthly meetings, Fall 2009 - present) Faculty Search Committee, Dept. Social Work (3-4 meetings, Fall 2010 semester, Spring 2011 Semester) Master’s Thesis Committee Member for Tania Quiroz, Candidate for Masters in Health Education, Department of Education, UTEP. Thesis title: Safe Medication Use Among Hispanic College Students: Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors. Date completed: May 2010. College of Health Sciences, Student Affairs Committee (June 2009 – present) School of Nursing, served on oral examination committee for 3 Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Candidates (3 hours, 11/4/08) Admissions Committee (weekly participation January – June each calendar year since Spring 2007, average 5-10 hrs per week). • In addition to participating in day-long admissions committee meetings that occur 2-3 times through the semester, this involves the review of the application packets of ~30-40 applicants, and preparation for presenting these applicants to the admissions committee members. Task Force on Continued Quality Improvement (CQI) for the UT College of Pharmacy (Fall 2011 – present, 1-2 meetings per semester) Task Force on Continuing Education (Spring 2011- present, 1-2 meetings per semester) Task Force on Student Organization and Governance (Fall 2009 – present, meetings occur 1-2/semester) Task Force on Professional Development Convocation Student Portfolios (Fall 2010 – present, occur 1-2/semester) Self-study Committee on “Assessment” for Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Accreditation Review (Fall 2009-Fall 2010, meetings occur 1-2/semester) Self-study Committee on “Students” for ACPE Accreditation Review (Fall 2009-Fall 2010, meetings occur 1-2/semester) Continuing Education Committee (service 2008-2010, meetings occurred 1-2 times per calendar year) Library Committee (service 2004-2008, meetings occurred once per calendar year)
CLINICAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
2004-Present
Clinical Pharmacist Consultant, Department of Family and Community Medicine, TTUHSC-EL Paso/University Medical Center, El Paso, TX.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2011 - Present
Lecturer, MSIII Family Medicine/Surgery Clerkship, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center – El Paso, El Paso, TX Faculty Mentor, Professional Development Convocation, PHR 142H, 161 H, UT College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX Instructor and Local Coordinator. PHR 396F Pharmacotherapy of Special Populations, UT College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX; UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program, El Paso, TX. Course offered in the Spring semester. Instructor and Co-course coordinator. PT 6205 Pharmacology and Physical Therapy. Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, College of Health Sciences, UTEP, El Paso, TX. Course offered in the Summer semester. Instructor. PHR 177K Advanced Study in Pharmaceutical Research. UT College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX; UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program, El Paso, TX. Course offered in the Spring semester. Faculty Preceptor. Family Medicine Clinical Rotation for Pharmacist Interns. UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program, El Paso, TX; University Medical Center and TTUHSC-El Paso, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine, El Paso, TX. Adjunct Faculty Preceptor for Family Medicine Residents. TTUHSC-El Paso, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine, El Paso, TX. Instructor and Local Coordinator. PHR 296P Advanced Pharmacotherapy Laboratory, UT College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX; UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program, El Paso, TX. Course offered in Spring semester. Guest Lecturer. Pharmacotherapeutics N-5362 (nursing), UTEP College of Health Sciences, El Paso, TX. Guest Facilitator. PHR 392S Patient Assessment UT Austin College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX; UTEP/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program, El Paso, TX.

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