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Eric MacLaughlin

Eric MacLaughlin

  • Department Chairperson
  • Clinical Professor
  • Professor
Office Phone: 806-414-9302
Email: Eric.MacLaughlin@ttuhsc.edu
Mail Address: 1300 S Coulter St
Amarillo TX 79106-1712

Biography

Eric MacLaughlin, Pharm.D., FASHP, FCCP, BCPS is Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy. He is also a Clinical Professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Internal Medicine at TTUHSC School of Medicine. He received his B.S. in Pharmacy from Albany College of Pharmacy, Pharm.D. from the Medical University of South Carolina, and completed a Primary Care Specialty Residency at the University of Colorado. His practice specialty is family medicine. Dr. MacLaughlin’s research interests include management of cardiovascular diseases and education of healthcare professionals.

Research Interests

Dr. MacLaughlin’s research interests include management of cardiovascular diseases and education of healthcare professionals.

Selected Publications:

  • Haines ST, Sicat BL, Haines SL, MacLaughlin EJ, Van Amburgh JA. Processes and metrics to evaluate faculty practice activities: a survey of US colleges/schools of pharmacy. Am J Pharm Educ 2016;80(4):Article 60.
  • Zorek J, Fike DS, Eickhoff JA, Engle JC, MacLaughlin EJ, Dominguez DG, Seivert CS. Refinement and validation of the Student Perceptions of Physician-Pharmacist Interprofessional Clinical Education instrument. Am J Pharm Educ 2016;80(3):Article 47.
  • MacLaughlin EJ. Pulling ahead after a SPRINT: evidence for lower blood pressure goals in patients with hypertension [invited commentary]. iForumRx 2016.
  • Zorek J, Subash M, Fike DS, MacLaughlin A, Young RB, Samiuddin M, MacLaughlin EJ. Impact of an interprofessional teaching clinic on preventive care services. Fam Med 2015;47(7):558-561.
  • Dominguez DG, Fike DS, MacLaughlin EJ, Zorek J. A comparison of the validity of two instruments assessing health professional student perceptions of interprofessional education and practice. J Interprof Care 2015;29(2):144-149.
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