Pharm.D., Pharmacy, Rutgers University College of Pharmacy
BS, Pharmacy, Rutgers University College of Pharmacy
Sharon See, BS, Pharm.D is a Clinical Professor in the Clinical Health Professions Department at St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. In conjunction with her full time appointment at St. John’s University, she is a clinical faculty member in the Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Health in New York City where she is the coordinator of the inpatient pharmacotherapy curriculum. Dr. See received her BS and Pharm.D. at Rutgers University College of Pharmacy and completed an inpatient Family Medicine Pharmacy specialty residency at Deaconess Hospital and the St. Louis College of Pharmacy in St. Louis, MO. She is board certified in pharmacotherapy and a Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Dr.See is a member and past chair of the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Pharmacotherapy Specialty Council. Her interests include evidence-based medicine, family medicine, cardiology, inpatient glycemic control and teaching with technology. She has published in the area of pharmacotherapy in several peer-reviewed journals.
Evidence-based medicine, Family medicine, Adult medicine, Cardiology, Inpatient glycemic control, Teaching with technology
See, S. (2014). Cardiovascular safety warning for azithromycin. NJ J Pharm .
See, S. (2014). Flip my class! A faculty development demonstration of a flipped classroom. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
See, S. (2013). Rediscovering community-reflections after hurricane Sandy. Ann Fam Med.
See, S. (2011). Akathisia induced by gabapentin withdrawal. Ann Pharmacother .
See, S. (2009). Implementation of a symptom triggered benzodiazepine protocol for alcohol withdrawal in family medicine inpatients. Hosp Pharm.
See, S. (2008). Choosing a skeletal muscle relaxant. Am Fam Physician .
See, S. (2008). Skeletal muscle relaxants. Pharmacotherapy.
See, S. (2006). Exenatide: A novel incretin mimetic agent for type 2 diabetes mellitus. Cardiology in Review.
See, S. (2006). Pharmacotherapy curriculum for the Beth Israel Family Medicine Residency Program. Family Medicine Digital Resources Library.
See, S. (2005). Penicillin Induced Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction. Ann Pharmacother .
See, S. (2004). VALIANT Study. Merck Institute of Aging and Health.
See, S. (2012). Gastroesophageal reflux disease. In: Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program, 7th ed. Gastroenterology and Nutrition.. American College of Clinical Pharmacy.