PhD 2015, PharmD 2009, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy
Dr. Coe is a pharmacist health services researcher devoted to improving medication-related outcomes and ensuring safe and effective medication use in vulnerable populations, particularly in older adults. Her research focuses on improving medication use through pharmacist-provided comprehensive medication reviews, preventing medication-related problems during care transitions, and examining the impact of pharmacists’ care on health outcomes. She is also interested in quantifying and understanding the effect of interprofessional collaborative care and education on patient, healthcare professional, and student outcomes and designing interventions that address health disparities to improve health and medication use.
Coe AB, Choe HM. Pharmacists Improving Population Health in Patient-Centered Medical Homes. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2017;74(18):1462-1466.
Coe AB, Moczygemba LR, Ogbonna KC, Parsons PL, Slattum PW, Mazmanian PE. Low-income senior housing residents’ emergency department use and care transition problems. J Pharm Pract. 2017; Jan 1:897190017734763. doi: 10.1177/0897190017734763.
Coe AB, Moczygemba LR, Gatewood SB, Osborn RD, Matzke GR, Goode JV. Medication adherence challenges among patients experiencing homelessness in a behavioral health clinic. Res Social Adm Pharm. 2015;11(3):e110-e120.
Coe AB, Gatewood SB, Moczygemba LR, Goode JV, Beckner JO. The use of the Health Belief Model to assess patient predictors of intent to receive the novel (2009) H1N1 influenza vaccine. Inov Pharm. 2012;3(2):1-11. "]