Timothy Dy Aungst, PharmD.
Aspiring modern renaissance man. Started off as an Industrial Maintenance Technician (which included banging industrial machinery with a large spanner, and discovering the joys of a welder). Went on to be educated and trained as a pharmacist, with an emphasis on inpatient and ambulatory services. Centered on transitions of care and geriatric medicine. Dedicated towards the merge of technology and medicine, with a focus on mobile health (mHealth). Hoping to bring mobile technology to pharmacy practice and interdisciplinary care, leveraging technology to improve access to information and increase interprofessional communication.
- Mobile Technology (e.g. smartphones, tablet computers, personal fitness trackers)
- Mobile Health (i.e. mHealth) and Digital Health
- Medical Writing
- Design in Medicine
- Geriatric care
- History (especially European 1400-1800)
- Clinical Geriatric Fellowship, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Worcester, MA (1 Year)
- PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency (ASHP Accredited), St. Luke's University Hospital Network, Bethlehem, PA (1 Year)
- Doctorate of Pharmacy, Wilkes University Nesbit School of Pharmacy, Wilkes-Barre, PA. Graduated 2011.
- Pennsylvania Pharmacy License
- Massachusetts Pharmacy License
- NACDS Point-of-Care Certification (Train-the-Trainer Certification as well)
- APHA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Certification
- Residency Teaching Certificate - Lynne Sylvia, PharmD
- NIH: Protecting Human Research Participants Certification
- NIH: Clinical Research Training Certification
- CITI: Biomedical Research
- CITI: Health Information Privacy and Security (HIPS) for Clinical Investigators
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The intention of this little slice of the internet is twofold. First, serving as an electronic portfolio and CV of my work. Second, an area where I can place my thoughts and interests for others to share. It is not intended as a means to help patients with their disease states or give medical advice. That is a matter between a provider and patient, which I have no part of through this digital means.
It is my personal hope that those that visit this site may find some interesting information they can use, some humour, and will open the opportunity to meet others of similar mindsets that may lead to future collaboration on projects and research.
The opinions expressed here are of an individual with an interest in medicine, pharmacy and technology. It is not sponsored by their employer and is not a representation of any organization. Thoughts and comments are the authors alone. The works and ideas placed here at The Digital Apothecary or elsewhere are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.