Jordan R Covvey, PharmD, PhD, BCPS

Associate Professor
School of Pharmacy
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

418 Mellon
Phone: 412.396.2636
covveyj@duq.edu

Education:

Ph.D., Pharmacy, University of Strathclyde (Scotland), 2014
PGY1, Pharmacy Practice, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, 2011
Pharm.D., University of Kentucky, 2010
Scholarship

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Dr. Covvey's research interests are broad and focus on quality improvement in medication prescribing, utilization, and associated health outcomes. Her work extends across several clinical areas, including internal and emergency medicine, mental illness, substance use, infectious disease, oncology, obesity, and pain management.

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Bio

Dr. Covvey earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Kentucky, and then completed residency training at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCUHS). She subsequently achieved board certification in pharmacotherapy (BCPS) and was selected as a recipient of a Fulbright grant to complete a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences in Glasgow, Scotland. Her PhD focused on the use of routinely collected clinical data for quality improvement in the treatment of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Dr Covvey joined the School of Pharmacy faculty in 2014. She has didactic teaching responsibilities in both the PharmD and graduate programs and across campus in interdisciplinary courses. She serves as a preceptor for research-oriented advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs) for PharmD students and for academia/research rotations for pharmacy residents.

Courses

PharmD Program

PHBA 310: The American Healthcare System
PHBA 311: Public Health and Epidemiology
PHPR 448: Drug Literature Evaluation
PHBA 423: Perspectives in Global Health (elective)
Research APPE experiences and independent studies
Global Health Spring Break-Away experiences

MS Program

GPSC 519: Healthcare Databases
GPSC 588W: Social and Behavioral Aspects of Pharmacy
GPSC 589W: Research Methods in Pharmacy Administration
GPSC 697/8: Graduate Seminar

Other Teaching

GLBH 185: Introduction to Global Health Studies
ATHT 404: Health & Medicine I
UPNS 351: Global Health Immersion: Costa Rica

Honors

Chair-elect/Chair/Immediate Past Chair, AACP SIG Cabinet Administrative Board, Dec 2020-present.

Editorial Board Member, Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, Jul 2019-present.

Faculty Award, Duquesne University School of Pharmacy, May 2019.

Editorial Advisory Board Member, Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, Mar 2018-present.

Chair-elect/Chair/Immediate Past Chair, AACP Public Health SIG, Jul 2016-2019.

Fulbright-Strathclyde Postgraduate Research Award, Sep 2011-2014.

Kaplin-Passamanek Award, University of Kentucky, May 2010.

Merck Award, University of Kentucky, May 2010.

Clinical Skills Competition Top 10 national finalist, ASHP, Dec 2009.

Professional Promotion Award, KPhA, Jun 2009.

Doughty-Hartman Award, University of Kentucky, Apr 2009.

Student Engaged Service Award, AACP, Feb 2009.