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Current Resident

 

 

My name is Erin Dickert, and I am from Huntersville, North Carolina. I received my PharmD from Campbell University College of Pharmacy in Buies Creek, NC in May 2013 and completed my PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Palmetto Health Richland. My professional interests include trauma and medicine critical care, emergency medicine, toxicology, and academia. I chose to continue with my PGY-2 at Palmetto Health Richland after learning under such capable and passionate preceptors as a PGY-1 resident.  The wide variety of critical care rotations, a level 1 Trauma center designation, and the numerous teaching opportunities with the South Carolina College of Pharmacy were also attractive components of the program. My current research project will evaluate the tolerability of critically ill patients on vasopressor therapy who are receiving the PEPuP® feeding protocol. Following the completion of my PGY2 Critical Care Specialty Residency, I plan to pursue a clinical specialist position in an intensive care unit at an academic medical center. Outside of the hospital, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, watching college basketball (and researching all year how to fill out my March Madness bracket), and traveling the world.

Past Residents 

 

2013 - 2014

     Janise B. Phillips, PharmD, BCPS
     Pharmacotherapy Clinical Specialist
     Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi        

Dose-adjusted Enoxaparin for Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis in Trauma Patients

2011–2012

     Minou Khazan, Ph.D., PharmD
     Critical Care Pharmacist
     McLeod Regional Medical Center
     Florence, South Carolina

Evaluation of the impact of clinical pulmonary infection scoring on the antibiotic use in the medical intensive care unit 

2010–2011

     Brent Carlson, PharmD, BCPS
     Critical Care Pharmacist
     Wilson Medical Center
     Binghamton, New York

Time to First Antibiotic Dose in the Intensive Care Unit

2009–2010

     Michael W. Perry, PharmD, BCPS
     Clinical Assistant Professor
     Duquesne University / Mylan School of Pharmacy
     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Outcomes of Extended Infusion Piperacillin-Tazobactam Dosing Compared to Traditional Dosing Strategies in Patients Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit

2008–2009

     Ann Ruffel Hylton, PharmD, BCPS
     Assistant Professor
     Appalachian College of Pharmacy
     Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency Department
     Bristol Regional Medical Center
     Bristol, Tennessee

Impact of a Daily Interruption of Sedation Guideline on Sedative Medication Usage in the Medical Intensive Care Unit