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Andrea L Porter, PharmD

Associate Professor (CHS)


 

 

 


Andrea joined the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Pharmacy faculty in November 2008 and coordinates the Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences courses for the first-year Doctor of Pharmacy students and the Integrated Pharmacotherapy Skills courses for second-year students.  Dr. Porter received her PharmD from the University of Wisconsin in 2006.  After graduation, she completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at the Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Denver, Colorado. 

Andrea is currently a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in the Anticoagulation Clinic at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin.  In her clinical practice, she manages the initiation of antithrombotic therapy, follows patients on short-term and long-term antithrombotic therapy, manages the transition of patients from inpatient to outpatient care, and coordinates warfarin interruptions for procedures using low molecular weight heparin if warranted.  She has prescriptive authority under a scope of practice and is a preceptor for both pharmacy students and pharmacy residents.  She is also involved with clinical research in the Anticoagulation Clinic. 

Highlighted Publications:
  • Hager D, Chmielewski E, Porter AL, Brzozowski S, Rough SS, Trapskin PJ. Interprofessional development and implementation of a pharmacist professional advancement and recognition program.  Am J Health Syst Pharm.  In Press. 
  • Porter AL, Barnett SG, Gallimore CE.  Development of a holistic assessment plan to evaluate a four-semester laboratory course series.  Am J Pharm Educ.  In Press.
  • Margolis AM, Porter AL, Pitterle ME.  Blended learning from the student perspective: suggestions for best practices.  Am J Pharm Educ.  In press. 
  • Porter AL, Margolis AR, Schoen RR, Staresinic CE, Ray CA, Fletcher CD.  Use of an extended INR follow-up interval for Veteran patients in an anticoagulation clinic.  J Thromb Thrombolysis.  2017;43(3):318-325.
  • Gallimore CE, Porter AL, Barnett SG.  Development and application of a stepwise assessment process for rational redesign of sequential skill-based courses.  Am J Pharm Educ.  2016;80(8): Article 136. 
  • Barnett SG, Gallimore C, Kopacek KJ, Porter AL.  Evaluation of electronic SOAP note grading and feedback.  Curr Pharm Teaching and Learning.  2014;6(4):516-526.
  • Porter AL, Pitterle ME, Hayney MS.  Comparison of performance and perceptions of students randomly assigned to online or classroom delivery of an immunization delivery course.  Am J Pharm Educ.  2014;78(5) Article 96. 
  • Porter AL. Review of changes pertinent to pharmacists in the 2012 antithrombotic therapy and prevention of thrombosis guidelines. The Journal. 2012;15(5):30-34.
  • Martin BA, Porter AL, Shawl L, Motl Moroney SE. A model for partnering first-year student pharmacists with community-based older adults: developing our future practitioners. AJPE. 2012;76(5):Article 85,1-9.
  • Gallimore CE, Barnett SG, Porter AL, Kopacek KJ. Evaluation of pharmacotherapy laboratory revisions implemented to reduce economic cost. AJPE. 2012;76(4):Article 67,1-8.
  • Porter AL, Johnson NN. Influenza vaccination and oral anticoagulation. JAPhA. 2011;51(4):555-556.