Rachael Zins

Assistant Professor, Pharm D, AE-C

Contact Information

Department:
Pharmacy Practice
Email:
rachael.zins@umontana.edu
Phone:
(406) 243-4665

Office Address

Pharmacy Practice
SB 321
32 Campus Dr MS 1522
Missoula MT, 59812

Courses Taught

Phar 582 Amb Care APPE Elective - MTM/IPHARM

Teaching Experience

Pharmacy skills labs 

Pharmacy practice labs

IPHARM Pharmacy                                                   

Immunization training

Research Interests

Rural Health and Wellness

Geriatrics

IPHARM Health Screening

 

Publications

Migliaccio C., Zins R., & Johnson R. Asthma and Rocky Boy: A pharmacist-lead telehealth asthma program between Rocky Boy and the University of Montana-Skaggs School of Pharmacy. Presented at the American Indian Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program Spring Conference, Anchorage, AK. April 2018. (poster)

Hudgins, G., Anderson, K.A., Migliaccio, C., Ostertag, S., & Zins, R. (March, 2018). Geriatric health screening: An interprofessional education opportunity.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, Atlanta, GA. (paper)

Zins R., Johnson R., Sangrey S., Smith C., Corcoran L. Assessing Access to Asthma Education Services for Montana’s American Indian Population. Presented at Northwest Pharmacy Convention. June 2017. (poster)

Johnson R., Zins R., Providing Interprofessional Education (IPE) Through Geriatric Health Screenings. Presented at Northwest Pharmacy Convention. June 2016. (poster)

Professional Experience

Grants

“Combining pharmacist-lead telemedicine and asthma education to better respiratory health outcomes in Native American populations” - Funded by AI-AN Clinical and Translational Research Program - 2017

The goal of this proposal is to decrease asthma disparities in American Indian populations in Montana.  (Co-PI)

 

“Assessing Access to Asthma Education Services for Montana’s American Indian Population” - Funded by the Montana Health Care Foundation - 2016

It is focused on assessing current access to asthma self-management education (AS-ME) and determine the feasibility of multi-disciplinary, pharmacist-led managed asthma care in Montana's American Indian communities. (PI)

 

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