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Janie Robles

Janie Robles, PharmD, AE-C

  • Assistant Professor
Office Phone: 806-743-4200 ext 228
Email: Janie.Robles@ttuhsc.edu
Mail Address: 3601 4th St Stop 8162
Lubbock TX 79430-8162

Biography

Dr. Robles is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy. After receiving her Pharm.D. degree from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy, she completed a Pediatric Specialty Pharmacy Practice Residency at The Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Robles accepts 4th year students in the pediatric clerkships at the Lubbock regional campus as well as providing classroom instruction to Pharm.D. students. Her clinical practice is based at University Medical Center and attends patient care rounds with the pediatric general and intensive care unit teams. In addition, she has implemented a pharmacist-managed asthma education program.

Research Interests

Dr. Robles’ clinical and research interests center around experiential education, pediatric medication safety and asthma in the pediatric population.

Selected Publications:

  • Robles J, Motheral LC. Hypersensitivity Reaction after Inhalation of a Lactose-Containing Dry Powder Inhaler. J Pediatr Pharmacol Ther. 2014;19(3):206–211.
  • Robles J, Gutierrez A, Seifert CF. Impact of a Pilot Pharmacy Healthcare Professional Out-of-School Time Physical Activity and Nutrition Education Program with Exercise on Fourth and Fifth Graders in a Rural Texas Community. SAGE Open. 2014.
  • Gutierrez A, Robles J. Pharmacist’s Role in Child Obesity. TSHP Journal. 2013;14(2).
  • Johnson LW, Robles J, Masters AS, Osburn S, Martin DN, Thompson AN. Management of Bronchiolitis in the Emergency Department: Impact of Evidence-Based Guidelines?. Pediatrics. 2013;131(S1):S103-S109.
  • Robles J, Cox CD, Seifert CF. Evaluation of Preceptor and Student Learning Styles and Their Impact on Experiential Performance Measures. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2012;76(7):Article 128.
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