Dr. Christopher Miller
Dr. Christopher Miller

Assistant Professor

Dr. Miller is the Clinical Training Coordinator at the Louisville based Clinical Education Center (CEC) where he has oversight of the experiential education program. This center represents an academic partnership between the College of Pharmacy and Norton Healthcare offering pharmacy students an opportunity to complete all of their required Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) in the Louisville market area. Dr. Miller earned his BS in pharmacy from South Dakota State University in 1978. Subsequent to this, he completed a two-year combined Hospital Pharmacy Practice M.S./ Residency from the University of Kansas. He later earned a Masters of Business Administration from the University of New Mexico, and then a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Kentucky. In his current position he has a clinical service in adult parenteral nutrition support at Norton Hospital, where he precepts UK pharmacy students and Norton Healthcare residents. Previous to this position, he worked in home healthcare for seventeen years where he had management oversight of nutrition support services. Dr. Miller is a Board Certified Nutrition Support Pharmacist and currently serves on Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties (BPS) Nutrition Council. Previous to his work in Louisville, Dr. Miller worked for 8 years in the US FDA regulated sterile pharmaceutical manufacturing business where he held senior level management positions in the areas of Quality Assurance, Operations Management, and Business Planning. Prior to this position he was Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the University of New Mexico (UNM) where he developed the curriculum for the Hospital Pharmacy pathway option students.

Recent Publications

  • Miller Christopher M, Allen Michael. Assessment of Parenteral Nutrition (PN) Macronutrient Dosing of Obese Patients in a Multi-Site Community Hospital Setting. Nutrition in Clinical Practice,
  • Mattingly J, Miller Christopher M. (2015). The Use of Over-The-Counter Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) Solutions. The Kentucky Pharmacist, 10(May/June 2015), 14-19.
  • Tucker A., Ybarra J., Bingham A., Blackmer A., Curtis C., Mattox T., Miller Christopher M, Ward C., Williams N. (2015). Standards of Practice for Nutrition Support Pharmacists. Nutrition in Clinical Practice, 30(1), 139-146.
  • . (2013). A Baseline Assessment of Issues Encountered After Transition to an APPE Electronic Portfolio Process. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education , 77(5), 20.
  • Miller Christopher M, Policastri Anne. (2013). APPE Course Requirements Enhance Student Perceptions of Journal Club Presentations. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education , 77(5), 17.
  • Miller Christopher M, Policastri Anne. (2013). Six Week APPE Rotation Model with Course and Program Modifications Positively Impacts the Students' Program Experience. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education , 77(5), 31-32.
  • Miller Christopher M, Desai K. (2012). Parenteral Nutrition (PN): Compounding Safety. Kentucky Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy Newsletter, 3(6),
  • Miller Christopher M, Policastri Anne, Berger Michael C. (2012). Professional Communication Enhanced with Implementation of a Six Week Ambulatory Care APPE Course . American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education , 76(5), http://www.ajpe.org/doi/full/10.5688/ajpe76599
  • Miller Christopher M, Policastri Anne. (2012). Utilizing Academic Partner Multi-site Hospitals to Establish the Standard for an Institutional Practice APPE. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education , 76(5), 25.
  • Allen William P, Berger Michael C, Policastri Anne, Kenney Leslie, Miller Christopher M. (2012). Utilizing Academic Partner Multi-site Hospitals to Establish theStandard for an Institutional Practice APPE. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 76(5), Article 99. http://www.ajpe.org/doi/pdf/10.5688/ajpe76599