Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice & Science
Director, Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice
Dr. Patricia Rippetoe Freeman
Dr. Freeman holds several positions in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Kentucky, including Director of the Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice (CAPP); Clinical Associate Professor in the Pharmacy Practice and Science Department, and affiliated faculty member in the Institute for Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy (IPOP).
She received a bachelor of pharmacy degree and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Kentucky, and completed postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and the UK College of Medicine.
Dr. Freeman is also a part-time clinical pharmacist at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center, Frankfort, KY.
Curran G, Edlund M, Rippetoe Freeman Patricia E, Martin B C, Drummond K, Bradley K, Schoenberg N. (2016). Balancing Appropriate Pain Management and Stemming Diversion/Abuse: Themes Associated with Community Pharmacists’ Decision-Making Around Opioid Dispensing.
.Addiction Health Services Research Conference,
Edlund M, Curran G, Drummond K, Bradley K, Rippetoe Freeman Patricia E, Martin B C, Schoenberg N. (2016). Investigating Clinicians Opioid Prescribing Practices: A Qualitative Study.Addiction Health Services Research Conference,
Pauly Nathan, Slavova Svetla Stefanova, Talbert Jeffery C, Rippetoe Freeman Patricia E. (2016). Fifty State Analysis of the Impact of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs on Rates of Opioid Prescribing in The United States.Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy Annual Meeting,
Palmer Emma, Hart Steve, Rippetoe Freeman Patricia E. (2016). Increasing naloxone access in Kentucky: Training pharmacists to initiate naloxone dispensing per-protocol.College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists Annual Meeting,
Block M, Vito G, Higgins G, Rippetoe Freeman Patricia E, Blumenschein Karen M. (2015). Strengths and Weaknesses of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: A Focus Group Assessment of Law Enforcement Officers.American Journal of Criminal Justice,