Ebtesam Ahmed, Pharm.D.
Dr. Ebtesam Ahmed an Associate Clinical Professor for the Department of Clinical Health Professions. In conjugation with her faculty appointment she is the Director of the Pharmacy Internship for the MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care. She is a frequent speaker at major academic medical centers and medical conferences about various pain-related topics to physicians, pharmacists and other health care providers. Dr. Ahmed teaches extensively in the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum on pain management, palliative care, hospice and end-of-life. She has authored many book chapters and peer-reviewed articles on pain management. Dr. Ahmed earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from St. John's University and completed a post-graduate pharmacy residency at the University of California, San Francisco. She also holds Master’s degree in Bioethics from Columbia University.
Ahmed, E. (2014). Principles of opioid use in cancer pain.
Ahmed, E. (2013). Adjuvant Analgesics in Management of Cancer- Related Neuropathic Pain.
Ahmed, E. (2013). Cancer Pain and Pain in HIV /AIDS".
Ahmed, E. (2013). Cancer Pain Management, Opioid Side Effects, Endocrine Changes and Sexual Dysfunction".
Ahmed, E. (2013). Legislative Initiatives and Review of Abuse-Deterrent Opioid Formulations..
Ahmed, E. (2013). Opioid Rotation in Cancer Pain Management.
Ahmed, E. (2010). A User-Friendly Guide On Opioid Conversion Calculations.
Ahmed, E. (2010). The Impact of Antipsychotic FDA Warnings on Clinical Practice: A survey.
Ahmed, E. (2010). Review of Current Chronic Constipation Guidelines US Pharm.
Ahmed, E. (2008). Utilization of UGT1A1 Testing Before Irinotecan Dosing and Administration. Pharmacotherapy.