Faculty & Staff Details
|Name:||Jeanie Jaramillo, Pharm.D.|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice Management Division, Amarillo|
|Bio||Dr. Jaramillo earned a Pharm.D. degree from Texas Tech University and completed a residency in Drug Information and Poison Control with TTUHSC School of Pharmacy and the Texas Panhandle Poison Center. She is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Pharmacy Practice. She is a team member for the Drug Information Clerkship course required for professional year one students and is also a team member for the Toxicology Pharmacotherapy course for professional year four students. Dr. Jaramillo is the Managing Director of the Texas Panhandle Poison Center and serves there as a preceptor for the Poison Control Elective clerkship offered to professional year four students.|
Pharm.D. -- Texas Tech School of Pharmacy A.A.S., Respiratory Care -- Amarillo College
Registered Pharmacist Texas License #39975
Preceptor Certificate Texas - 2002 to present
P3 Teaching Team of the Year Award from the TTUHSC SOP Class of 2008
Texans Caring for Texans Public Service Award, August 2005
Bowl of Hygiea Recipient – TTUHSC SOP Class of 2001
Bowl of Hygiea Recipient - Texas Tech HSC School of Pharmacy Class of 2001
Awarded to one student in each graduating class for exemplifying leadership, high ethical
standards, dedication and promotion of the profession of pharmacy.
Dr. Jaramillo has conducted research in the area of drug identification by poison control centers and continues to research trends and implications of providing drug identification services. She also conducts research on the financial impact of poison center services.
Dr. Jaramillo’s clinical practice is based at the Texas Panhandle Poison Center. This center serves Public Health Regions One and Two which comprise the top 71 counties of Texas. This large geographic area consists of a significant rural population, plus four large urban areas that include Amarillo, Abilene, Lubbock and Wichita Falls. With the vast rural areas in this region, of primary concern is agricultural safety involving pesticides as well as snakebites and envenomations.
Dr. Jaramillo regularly provides information to the media regarding poison hazards.
Jaramillo JE, Mason RD, Shum S. “Cheese” (starter heroin) exposures reported to the Texas Poison Center Network 2005-2007. Clinical Toxicology. 2007; 45:633.
Jaramillo JE, Forrester MB, Winter ML, Rivera HL, Thompson JD. Hurricane Katrina-related calls to the Texas Poison Center Network. Clinical Toxicology. 2006;44:676.
Jaramillo JE, Gracia R, Montgomery S, Ray M. Caller behavior response to a restrictive drug identification policy: outcome evaluation. Clinical Toxicology. 2006;44:725.
Jaramillo JE, Shum S. Effectiveness of a restrictive drug identification policy. Clinical Toxicology. 2005;43:765.
Jaramillo JE, Cobb D, Gracia R, Garrison J. Three-call model for staffing of a poison center network. Clinical Toxicology. 2005;43:766.
Chucovich V, Jaramillo JE, Shum S. Availability of syrup of ipecac following the release of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ policy statement. Journal of Toxicology – Clinical Toxicology, 2004;42:780-781.
Jaramillo JE, Anderson HG, Jaramillo P, Nester ML, Shum S. Drug identification: a survey of poison control centers. Journal of Toxicology – Clinical Toxicology. 2004;42:371-381.
Shum S, Jaramillo JE. Genetic control on medication effects. Panhandle Health. 2003;13:39-40.
Jaramillo JE, Jaramillo P, Nester ML, Shum S, Anderson HG. Drug identification by poison control center staff. TSHP Journal. 2002;3:63.
McCall KL, Anderson HG, Jaramillo J. Impact of a pharmacy intervention program on Helicobacter pylori eradication. P & T. 2001;26:247-8,253.