- School of Pharmacy
- 777 Highland Ave.
- Madison, WI 53705-2222
Robert K Leedham, RPh, MS, RAC
2505 Rennebohm Hall
- BSPharm 1979 - University of Mississippi
- ASHP Residency 1988 Nuclear Pharmacy - Letterman Army Hospital, SF, CA
- MS 1991 Nuclear Pharmacy - University of New Mexico
- Grad Certification 2008 Clinical Investigati - Boston University Graduate School of Medicine
My current research efforts involve assessment of work systems in Wisconsin community pharmacies to identify characteristics and factors that may differentiate innovation related to participating in programs, such as Wisconsin Medicaid Pharmaceutical Care Program (WMPCP) and providing patient-focused cognitive services by community pharmacists. I also have strong interests in patient safety (risk management, safety and quality) and clinical pharmacy services.
Professional Interests: My research interests focus on job and work design related to patient safety, quality and providing pharmaceutical care services by work systems analyses and human factors and ergonomics evaluations in various health systems settings. My professional pharmacy activities have included FDA regulatory affairs and compliance; advanced clinical pharmacy practices; pharmacy law and ethics; and, have held a wide variety of leadership and management positions in pharmacy and health care.
- Look KA, Mott DA, Leedham RK, Kreling DH, Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ. Pharmacy Participation and Claim Characteristics in the Wisconsin Medicaid Pharmaceutical Care Program from 1996 to 2007. J Manag Care Pharm. 2012;18(2):116-128.
- Leedham RK, Mott DA, Kreling DH, Hermansen-Kobulnicky CJ, Look KA. Eleven Year Trend Analysis of Wisconsin Medicaid Pharmaceutical Care Program. Poster presented at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC, March 2010
- Leedham RK, Mott DA. Assessing work system factors to differentiate innovation in Wisconsin community pharmacies - Dissertation Proposal. Podium presentation at Biannual Midwest Social and Administrative Pharmacy Conference, Iowa City, IA, July 2010. Finalist for both Theory Award and Research In Progress Award. Winner of Research In Progress Award
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