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Daniel S. Navarrette, Pharm D.

Candidate
1850 Legacy Park Lane, Apt. 102 • Winston-Salem, NC 27103 dsnavarrette@wingate.edu Education
May 2010 - Anticipated degree conferment Wingate University School of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy Wingate, North Carolina St. Norbert College Bachelor of Natural Science Major: Biology/ Minor: Chemistry De Pere, Wisconsin University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Bachelor of Letters and Science Pre-Pharmacy Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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August 2004 – May 2006

August 2002 – May 2004

Professional Experience
November 2008 – Present Pharmacy Intern Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Ulyses Rogers, RPh – Pharmacy Manager Charlotte, North Carolina

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• • May 2008 – August 2008

Provided assistance to the entire pharmacy team Tasks included order entry, filling, and transcription of physician phone messages Provided patient counseling on prescription and OTC medications Provided counseling to health related issues

Pharmacy Intern Walgreens Drugstore Corporation Norm Schuttenhelm, RPh – Pharmacy Manager Greenfield, Wisconsin

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Provided assistance to the entire pharmacy team Tasks included order entry and filling Provided patient counseling on prescription and OTC medications Provided counseling to health related issues

Pharmacy Intern Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Adam Gavran, Pharm. D – Pharmacy Manager Burlington, Wisconsin


Pharmacy Practice Rotations
October 2009 – December 2009

Tasks included order entry, filling and pharmacy checkout

Long Term Care (5 weeks) Neil Medical Group Oak Ridge, North Carolina Lori C. Edwards, Pharm D., CPP, BCPS – Preceptor

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Performed chart reviews for 300 plus residents of five nursing homes and provided pharmacy intervention when appropriate Provided therapeutic recommendations during individual patient office visits • Provision of literary contributions to Neil Medical monthly newsletter • Participated in Coumadin clinic practices

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• Participated in dietary consult with certified dietician

Pharmacy Practice Rotations (continued)
September 2009 – October 2009 Internal Medicine (5 weeks) Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Winston-Salem, North Carolina Neal Roberts, Pharm. D, BCPS – Preceptor


Followed and reviewed multiple patient charts daily, providing pharmacy intervention when appropriate Attendance of daily interdisciplinary care team meetings Daily review of renal medication report Medication efficacy and evaluation through journal club presentation Provision of topic discussions and case presentations to preceptors and accompanying pharmacy students

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August 2009 – September 2009

Advanced Institutional Practice (5 weeks) Davis Regional Medical Center Statesville, North Carolina Charles Fogle, PharmD – Preceptor


Rounded with clinical pharmacy team providing review and adjustment of antibiotic and anticoagulation dosing Reviewed antibiotic kinetics, cultures, and sensitivities daily Rounded with the code team daily, providing life support for critical patients Daily review of renal medication report Attended P & T committee meeting Prepared parenteral nutrition and other IV admixtures Provision of case presentations, journal club, and new drug monograph to pharmacy staff


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Advanced Community Practice (5 weeks) Kerr Drug Health Care Center High Point, North Carolina Tara Kompare, PharmD – Preceptor

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June 2009 – July 2009

Optimization of therapeutic drug regimen via MTM services by phone or personal appointment, recommending therapeutic changes to PCP when necessary Coordinated and hosted brown-bag event to answer patient questions regarding their medications at local senior center Medication efficacy and evaluation through journal club presentation and new drug monograph

Critical Care – Elective (5 weeks) Zablocki VA Medical Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin Keeley M. Matson, PharmD, BCPS – Preceptor


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Followed and reviewed multiple ICU patient charts daily, providing pharmacy intervention when appropriate Attended daily rounds with pulmonary critical care team, recommending therapeutic changes when necessary Assisted medical residents with medication and dosage recommendations Provision of journal club, and topic discussion to pharmacy staff and accompanying pharmacy students Conducted and performed MUE regarding vasopressin use in the critical care setting


May 2009 – June 2009

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Zablocki VA Medical Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kirstin A. Arndt, PharmD, BCPS – Preceptor


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Followed and reviewed multiple patient charts daily Provided medication reconciliation and pharmacy intervention to attending physician upon discharge when appropriate Provided discharge counseling relating to discharge medication regimens Provision of journal club, and topic discussion to pharmacy staff and accompanying pharmacy students

Pharmacy Practice Rotations (continued)
March 2009 – April of 2009 Internal Medicine (5 weeks) Carolinas Medical Center – Union Monroe, North Carolina Angie Veverka, PharmD, BCPS – Preceptor • Reviewed patient’s charts daily • Attended rounds with medical residents, attending physicians, and pharmacists


July 2008 – August 2008

Assisted medical team with medication and dosage recommendations

Ambulatory Care (5 weeks) Union Family Medicine Practice Monroe, North Carolina Donnie Nuzum, PharmD – Preceptor • Assessed patient’s blood pressure, lipids, and blood glucose • Consulted with resident physicians to ensure optimum drug therapy • Counseled patients on the importance of smoking cessation practices and monitoring of diabetes Introduction to Institutional Practice (8 weeks) Carolinas Medical Center – Union Monroe, North Carolina Helen Dinkins, PharmD – Preceptor • Filled unit-dose medication packs and reloaded Pyxis ® machines with pharmacy technicians • Participated in the medication filing process • Shadowed clinical and staff pharmacists • Assisted in preparing parenteral nutrition and other IV admixtures Introduction to Community Practice (16 weeks) Eckerd Drugs Monroe, North Carolina Peter G. Barbera, RPh – Preceptor • Counseled patients on medication use • Practiced medication compounding techniques

June 2007 – July 2007

August 2006 – December 2006

Pharmacy Practice Rotations – anticipated
January 2010 – February 2010 Infectious Disease – Elective (5 weeks) Zablocki VA Medical Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin Jamie S. Winner, Pharm. D – Preceptor Ambulatory Care – (5 weeks) AlaMAP of Alamance Regional Medical Center Burlington, North Carolina Robert A. Ashworth, Pharm. D – Preceptor Advanced Community Practice (5 weeks) Walgreens Drugstore Corporation Advance, North Carolina Roxanne M. Yankee, Pharm. D – Preceptor

February 2010 – March 2010

March 2010 – April 2010

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Licenses and Certificates
APhA Immunization Certification AHA Basic Life Support Certification CPN #202-0014 Valid 2008 – 2010

Presentations and Posters
October 2009 “Chronic Cavitary Pulmonary Aspergillosis vs. Chronic Necrotizing Pulmonary Aspergillosis: a case-based analysis” Presented to students and pharmacists Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center “Treatment of Patients with Normal Low Density Lipoprotein Levels” Presented to students and faculty Wingate University School of Pharmacy “Be Responsible About Drinking: Educating college students on the effects of binge drinking and alcohol abuse” Community Health Outreach Project

April 2009

March 2008

Professional Activities
October 2009 Medical ASHP Clinical Skills Competition, Wake Forest - Baptist

Professional Organizations and Leadership
August 2006 – August 2007 North Carolina Association of Pharmacists, Member

Honors and Awards
Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Fall 2008, Spring 2009 March 2008 Wingate University School of Pharmacy Dean’s List Rho Chi Society Inductee – Gamma Phi Chapter at Wingate University School of Pharmacy

References
Available Upon Request

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