A. Maggie Randazzo, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Professor and Academic Coordinator
Thomas Jefferson University
Maggie Randazzo received her PharmD from the University of the Sciences in 2011, completed a pharmacy practice residency at Shore Medical Center, and subsequently worked in Emergency Medicine and pharmacy leadership. She began teaching for the Philadelphia University PA Program in 2016. Maggie is now an Assistant Professor and Academic Coordinator for the PA Program at Thomas Jefferson and teaches the Evidence Based Medicine, Pathophysiology, Pharmacotherapeutics courses. She maintains a clinical pharmacy practice at Thomas Jefferson University hospital in New Jersey. Maggie lives in Haddon Township, NJ, with her husband and daughter. She enjoys playing golf, gardening, reading, and traveling.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Description: This seminar will highlight the pedagogical development, implementation, and evaluation of an interprofessional substance use disorder (SUD) symposium for nurse practitioner, pharmacy, and physician assistant studies students. The intent of the SUD symposium was to prioritize self-discovery of stigma and its impact on how we care for persons with SUDs. The pedagogical approach for the SUD symposium was to emphasize collaborative practice with the aim of increasing appreciation of the interprofessional aspects of SUD patient care. The half-day symposium included a panel of…