David Fuentes, PharmD, BCPP, CGP

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Phone Number: 
503-352-7285
UC Box: 
A192

Education and Training

2014 | AACP Academic Leadership Fellows Program (ALFP)

2011 | ACCP Leadership and Management Certificate (LMC) 

2008 | BPS Board-Certified Psychiatric Pharmacists (BCPP) 

2008 | CCGP Certified Geriatric Pharmacist (CGP) 

Pharmacy Practice Residency, St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Stockton, California

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), University of the Pacific, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Stockton, California

About

An advocate for continued professional development and a strong team collaborator and leader in pharmacy education, Dr. Fuentes has served in faculty and administrative roles across four different pharmacy programs in varying stages of change and growth. Having served as a faculty member, he has found strategic ways to guide his work in the tripartite mission of teaching, scholarship and service to feed into key areas within leadership. His clinical background includes having practiced in acute care, inpatient and outpatient psychiatry, and long-term care. He has worked collaboratively with other healthcare providers using interprofessional frameworks within both the clinical and academic settings. As a faculty member and an administrator, Dr. Fuentes has mentored colleagues with diverse backgrounds as a former department chair of pharmacy practice and interim chair of pharmaceutical sciences. As it relates to academics, he has worked with new programs in the development and early implementation of pharmacy curricula with great emphasis on active learning, integration, team teaching, and student engagement and motivation. Pertaining to assessment, Dr. Fuentes has worked collaboratively with colleagues to ensure optimal results in the development of reports for accreditation and has led projects aimed at demonstrating institutional effectiveness and student learning.

Areas of Research and Specialization

My areas of research include strengths-based leadership development, interprofessional identity and development, measuring institutional effectiveness, student motivation for learning, and curricular development.

Published Works

Fuentes DG., Ray SD, Holstege CP. Anxiolytics. In: Wexler, P. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd edition Vol. 1. Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, pp. 280–286, 2014.

Fuentes DG, Caudill WJ, Henriksen JA, Smith TR. The CAPE outcomes revisions shouldn’t require drastic curricular changes to pharmacy education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2014; (78)1:Article 20.

Jobst E, Buhler AV, Fuentes DG, Johnson J, Rohner SD, Antick J, Randolph R. Design, Presentation, and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Case Conference on Fibromyalgia, Health and Interprofessional Practice Journal, Volume 12, Issue 1, 2013

Fuentes DG, Linn D, Murray A, Smith T. Review of treatment options for pediatric patients with ADHD. Ment Health, College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, 2013

Fuentes DG. Book Review: Positivity: Top-notch research reveals the 3:1 ratio that will change your life (Barbara Fredrisksen) Ment Health, College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists, 2013

Woodis CB, Fuentes DG, Sease L. De-escalation of antipsychotic medications in an elderly patient with Alzheimer dementia residing in an assisted living facility. Ment Health, College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, 2012

Fuentes DG. Book Review: The Rational Use of Psychotropic Medication for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities: Pathways to and from Polypharmacy (Edwin J. Mikkelsen, MD). Ment Health, College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, September 2012

Fuentes DG. Integration of pharmacotherapy topics across the curriculum using a “Create-Your-Own-Patient Case” team project. Currents of Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 2012;4(1):60-71

Fuentes DG, Brodeur MR. Pharmacist Manifesto: Our unified approach through leadership and organization. Ment Health, College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, October 2011

Fuentes DG. Describing an elective teaching differential diagnostics to second-year pharmacy students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2011; 75(9):Article 185. Buhler AV, Farrell K, Fuentes DG, Scott BJ, Shaffer KB. Von ME. An interprofessional case conference on Alzheimer’s Disease: Teaching students in the health professions to work together. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2011;25(3):223-5

Fuentes DG, DeGuire N, Boyce EG, Patel R. A team public health research project for first-year pharmacy students to apply content from didactic courses. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2010;74(6):Article 99

Honor and Awards

Finalist, Outstanding Faculty, School of Pharmacy, Pacific University Oregon, Academic Year 2009-2010

Finalist, Block of the Year, Course Co-Instructors: Della Paolera M, Fuentes DG, Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Pharmacotherapy, School of Pharmacy, Pacific University Oregon, Academic Year 2009-2010

Finalist, Block of the Year, Course Co-Instructors: Millard M, Fuentes DG, Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy, School of Pharmacy, Pacific University Oregon, Academic Year 2008-2009

Block of the Year, Course Co-Instructors: Jordan J, Fuentes DG, Infectious Disease Pharmacotherapy, School of Pharmacy, Pacific University Oregon, Academic Year 2008-2009

Teacher of the Year, School of Pharmacy, University of the Pacific, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Academic Year 2006-2007

Office Location: 
Creighton Hall 442
Hours: 

By Appointment

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