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MAT: Pharmacists’ Perceptions and Roles, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2017)


Max Dose Opioids: How High Can You Go?, John B. Bossaer and Sarah T. Melton (2012)

Methadone for the Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders, Nicholas E. Hagemeier and L. White (2017)

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Prevention Behaviors Among Primary Care Prescribers, Buprenorphine Prescribers, and Pain Management Clinic Directors, A. Ross, A. Dinh, J. A. Basden, Ivy Click, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2016)

Nonmedical Use of Prescription Stimulants among Community College Students in Tennessee, Rajkumar J. Sevak, Kelly N. Foster, Arsham Alamian, Robert P. Pack, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2016)

Oncology Pharmacy: Community Pharmacy Implications, John B. Bossaer (2011)

Opioid Patient Education: What You Don’t Know Could Kill, John B. Bossaer (2012)

Patient Use of Herbal Supplements in an Outpatient Hematology/Oncology Medical Clinic, C. M. Thomas and John B. Bossaer (2012)

Pemetrexed Induced Acute Kidney Injury and a Review of the Literature: a Case Report, S. M. Parker and John B. Bossaer (2017)

Permanent Drug Donation Boxes Address Prescription Substance Abuse in Northeast Tennessee: A 30-Month Descriptive Analysis, Billy Brooks, J. Gray, Arsham Alamian, and Nicholas Hagemeier (2015)

Personal Finance Beliefs and Behaviors: A Longitudinal Analysis of Pharmacy Graduates, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, Tandy Branham, and Nasar Ansari (2016)

Pharmacists' and Patients' Perceptions of Medication Adherence in Rural Appalachia, C. Phillips and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2013)

Pharmacists and Prescribers as a Team, Nicholas E. Hagemeier and Daniel Ventricelli (2017)

Pharmacy Deserts, Swamps, and Oases: Definition Development and Implications for Patient Care, L. Holland, Amy Poole, S. Subedi, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2017)

Pharmacy-Related Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions: An Analysis of Tennessee’s County-Level Characteristics, Chelsea E. Phillips, Alea S. Moore, Caralyn I. Snyder, Whitney P. Varney, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2014)

Pharmacy Student Dispensing Behaviors in Practice-Based Dilemmas, Karilynn Dowling, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, and Courtney Mospan (2017)

Pharmacy Student Self-testing as a Predictor of Exam Performance, David W. Stewart, Peter C. Panus, James Thigpen, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, and Lauren K. Brooks (2012)

Physician-Pharmacist Communication: Quotes, Quandaries and Quality, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2015)

Preferred Learning Styles of Pharmacy Students at Two U.S. Colleges of Pharmacy, John B. Bossaer and Anne P. Spencer (2011)

Prescriber and Dispenser Prescription Drug Abuse Communication andPrescribing/Dispensing Behaviors: A Qualitative Analysis, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, Fred T. Tudiver, S. Brewster, E. J. Hagy, Angela Hagaman, and Robert P. Pack (2015)

Prescribing Practices and Prescription Drug Abuse, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2014)

Prescription Drug Abuse in Appalachia and ETSU’s Process & Vision, Robert P. Pack and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2013)

Prescription Drug Abuse: Past, Present and Prevention, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2015)

Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Efforts at ETSU, Robert P. Pack and Nicholas Hagemeier (2013)

Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention in East Tennessee: Engaging Communities to Impact an Epidemic, Jeffrey A. Gray, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, and Sarah Melton (2014)

Prescription Drug Abuse: Reflections and Visioning, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2013)

Prescription Drug Abuse: Reflections and Visioning. First District Pharmacists Association – Tennessee Pharmacists Association, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2014)

Prescription Drug Abuse: Regional Realities and Recommendations, Sarah Melton and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2016)

Prescription Stimulant Misuse among Future Pharmacists, Physicians and Other Healthcare Providers, Jeffrey A. Gray, Stacy E. Miller, and John B. Bossaer (2012)

Quaternary Prevention: Four States’ Approaches to Naloxone Dissemination, Karilynn Dowling, Marc Fleming, Sarah Melton, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2017)

Reliability of Drug Information Databases in Identifying Drug-drug Interactions with Oral Antineoplastic Agents, Jordan Clayborn, Moses Holleyman, and John B. Bossaer (2016)

Residency, Fellowship, and Graduate Education Career Decision Making: A National Study of Pharmacy Academicians Regarding Their Exposure to Postgraduate Training and Academic Careers, Nicholas E. Hagemeier and M. M. Murawski (2012)

Residency, Fellowship, and Graduate School Value Beliefs among Student Pharmacists, Andrew Tarasidis, Karilynn Dowling, Anh Dinh, Pooja Subedi, Daniel Ventricelli, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2017)

Scientific Writing. Mastering the Art of Verbal Communication, Deborah L. Slawson and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2017)

Self-Testing Improves Exam Scores Regardless of Self-Testing Average, James Thigpen, Peter C. Panus, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, L. K. Brooks, and David W. Stewart (2012)

Self-Testing Improves Student Scores on Subsequent Exams, Peter C. Panus, David W. Stewart, James Thigpen, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, and L. K. Brooks (2013)

Situational Prescription Drug Abuse-Related Communication Confidence among Community Pharmacists: An Exploratory Analysis, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, Rajkumar J. Sevak, and Daniel Ventricelli (2015)

Student Performance in a Pharmacotherapy Oncology Module Before and After Flipping the Classroom, John B. Bossaer and Peter C. Panus (2014)

Student Pharmacists’ Personal Finance Perceptions, Projected Student Loan Indebtedness, and Career Decision Making, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, Chad .. Gentry, Leonard B. Cross, Daniel L. Rose, Gentry E. Miller, and Chelsea E. Phillips (2014)

Systematic Approach to Identifying Drug Interactions with Oral Antin, John B. Bossaer (2016)

Teaching Patient-Centered Communication Skills to Medical and Pharmacy Students Using an Interprofessional Blended Learning Course, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, Nasar Ansari, Tandy Branham, Daniel L. Rose, and Richard Hess (2015)


The Elephant in the Room: Use and Misuse of Cognitive Enhancers by Students at an Academic Health Sciences Center, John B. Bossaer (2012)

The ETSU Prescription Drug Abuse/Misuse Working Group: A Case Study for Inter-professional Research and Training in South Central Appalachia, Billy Brooks, S. Warfield, Robert P. Pack, Jeffrey A. Gray, Arsham Alamian, A. M. Hagaman, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2015)


The New Ibs and Abs of Cancer Medicine, John B. Bossaer (2011)

The Note-Taking Service: Perceptions of Service Implementation in a College of Pharmacy, Nicholas E. Hagemeier and Erin L. Hankins (2012)

The Opioid Epidemic: Realities, Routines, and the Science of Safety, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2017)


The Prescription Opioid Epidemic: How it Happened and Solutions, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, J. Nile Barnes, and Kasey Strey (2017)

The Role of Tennessee Community Pharmacists in Preventing Diabetes-Related Hospitalizations, Ashley Walker, Sara Warfield, Sarah Blevins, Matthew Holland, and Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2015)

The Science of Safety: Pharmacists and the Opioid Crisis, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2017)

Thyroid Dysfunction with Targeted Chemotherapy Agents, John B. Bossaer (2012)

Tools and Training to Optimize Pharmacist Decision-Making, Karilynn Dowling, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, Daniel Hartung, and Nicole O'Kane (2017)

Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole Induced Liver Injury in Treatment of Pneumocystis Jiroveci Pneumonia in an Oncology Patient, C. Waldroup and John B. Bossaer (2016)

Yearly Trends in Controlled Substances Obtained via Permanent Drug Donation Boxes in Northeast Tennessee, Rajkumar J. Sevak, Billy Brooks, Jeffrey A. Gray, Arsham Alamian, Nicholas E. Hagemeier, and Robert P. Pack (2015)

Video/Audio Materials


Public Health Minute: Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention and the Community Pharmacist, Nicholas E. Hagemeier (2014)