Dr. Ginzburg is an ambulatory care pharmacist specializing in family medicine. Her clinical site is in NYC at the Institute for Family Health as part of the Mt. Sinai-Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Health. In addition to helping train family medicine residents medication management, she and her pharmacy students provide education to patients on proper management of their medications, medical conditions, or how to use devices (glucometers, inhalers, etc). Dr. Ginzburg also presents didactic lectures to the family medicine department, performs clinical research, co-runs the Prescription Competency curriculum with Dr. See, and acts as a consultant to EPIC, the Institute’s electronic medical record system.
Dr. Ginzburg has been teaching at St. John’s University since 2003. The primary didactic classes she teaches are various Drugs and Disease modules and the Advanced Education for the Patient with Diabetes elective.
Creating and Evaluating a Primary Care Electronic Health Record (EHR)-based Model for Best Practices in Pain Management for an Underserved Population
ADVD EDU PATIENTS W/ DIABETES
DRUGS & DISEASES / NERVOUS SYS
D&D:ENDO & REPRODUCTIVE SYS
Ginzburg, R. (2014). Impact of pharmacy student interventions in an urban family medicine clinic. . American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education .
Ginzburg, R. (2011). OSCE Planning Guide. Medicine Digital Resources Library.
Ginzburg, R. (2011). Preventing Gaps When Switching Contraceptive Therapy.. American Family Physician.
Ginzburg, R. (2012). Gastroenterology and Nutrition. In: Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program, 7th ed. American College of Clinical Pharmacy.