Becky Schoen

Assistant Professor
School of Pharmacy
Division of Pharmacy Practice

Phone: 412.396.2367
schoenr@duq.edu

Education:

Pharm.D., Purdue University, 2014
PGY1, Pharmacy Practice, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
PGY2, Ambulatory Care, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
Bio

Dr. Schoen earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Purdue University. She completed a PGY1 and PGY2 residency focused in Ambulatory Care at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. After completing residency training, Dr. Schoen was a faculty member at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Dallas, TX where she maintained a practice site at the North Texas Veterans Affairs Hospital with prescriptive authority under a scope of practice. During this time, she served as the Director of Practice Labs and Simulation for the Dallas campus from 2018-2020. Dr. Schoen is board certified in Ambulatory Care and is an active member on several committees with the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.

Research Interests

Dr. Schoen is interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning including innovative teaching methods and the impact on critical thinking. She is also interested in disease states managed by pharmacists in the ambulatory care setting.

Scholarship

Peer Reviewed Published Manuscripts and Abstracts

Schoen RR, Nagy MW, Porter AL, Margolis AR. Patient Satisfaction with Extended International Normalized Ratio Follow-up Intervals in a Veteran Population. Ann Pharmacother. 2019. DOI: 10.1177/1060028019889414.

Bell A, Ball J, Haines S, Kelley K, Schoen R, Smith S. Creation of a Mentorship Program in the Pharmacy Practice Section. Am J Pharm Educ. 2019; 83(5): 1029.

Porter AL, Margolis AR, Staresinic CE, Nagy MW, Schoen RR, Ray CA, Fletcher CD. Feasibility and Safety of a 12- Week INR Follow-up Protocol Over Two Years in an Anticoagulation Clinic. J Thromb Thrombolysis. 2019; 47(2):200-208.

Schoen R, Khan W, Chastain L. Gamification of Patient Cases to Simulate Longitudinal Chronic Disease Management. Am J Pharm Educ. 2018; 82(5): 513.

Margolis A, Nagy M, Schoen R, Porter A. Provider comfort and confidence with an extended INR follow-up interval for Veteran patients on stable doses of warfarin. Am J Hematol. 2018; 93(9):E44.

Schoen RR, Heim M. Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes: Which Non-Insulin Glycemic Therapies Help or Hurt?: Continuing Education for Pharmacists. The Journal of the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin. Jan/Feb 2018.

Porter AL, Margolis AR, Schoen RR, Staresinic CE, Ray CA, Fletcher CD. Feasibility of an extended INR follow-up interval for Veteran patients in an anticoagulation clinic. J Thromb Thrombolysis. 2017; 43(3), 318-325.

Porter AL, Staresinic, CE, Margolis AR, Ray CA, Schoen RR, Fletcher CD. Baseline characteristics of patients on an extended interval of International Normalized Ratio follow-up protocol in an anticoagulation clinic. Am J Hematol. 2016; 91(9):E363.

Schoen RR, Gallimore CE. Why Pharmacists Should Be Facilitators of Mental and Physical Health Within Patient Centered Medical Homes. The Journal of the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin. Mar/Apr 2016.