Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor
Director of Community Affairs
Department of Clinical Pharmacy

Office: Ste 2d Polk Avenue Building
Tel: (615) 532-0228
khohmeie@uthsc.edu

Education

  • Pharm.D., University of Toledo, Pharmacy
  • B.S., University of Toledo, Pharmaceutical Sciences

Grant Funded Research

  1. NACDS Foundation Faculty Scholars Program, 2014 (ongoing) 

  2. APhA/APhA Foundation; Diabetes Communication/Adherence Study, 2010; Enhancing Diabetes Care Through Communications

  3. APhA/Pharmacy Services Support Center; Project C.H.A.N.C.E. Award, 2008; Management of asthma through the integration of a pharmacy-based MedicationTherapy Management program at a 340-B Clinic 

Post-Graduate Training

PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency, University of Toledo, Kroger Pharmacy, and Cordelia Martin Health Center, Toledo, OH

Professional Experience

American Pharmacists Association                                               2013-2014

Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management (APPM) Education Standing Committee       

Washington, DC                                                                                             

Committee Member

OHIO PHARMACISTS ASSOCIATION                                                        2013-2014

Board of Trustees

Columbus, OH                                                                                                 

Board Member

American Pharmacists Association                                              2009-2011

Books and Electronic Products Editorial Advisory Board       

Washington, DC                                                                                             

Board Member

Publications

  1. Hohmeier, KC, Mangan, MN, Powers, MF, Lengel AJ. The Patient-Centered Medical Home and Community Pharmacists’ Perceptions. J Pharm Technol (28), 151-5, 2012.
  2. Hohmeier KC, Powers MF. Pharmacy Technicians and Immunizations. J Pharm Technol (27), 111-6, 2011.
  3. Hohmeier KC, Powers MF, Lengel AJ. Community pharmacists’ perceptions of barriers to participation and acceptant within the Patient Centered Medical Home. J. Am. Pharm. Assoc., 2011.
  4. Powers MF, Hohmeier KC. OTC product: Zentrip. Pharm Today, 17 (1), 29, 2011.
  5. Lynn S, Hohmeier K, Samaroo L, Azzi A, Brown J, Mullins A, Powers M, Lengel A, Bechtol R. APhA-ASP Project Chance: Management of asthma through the integration of a pharmacy-based Medication Therapy Management program at a 340-B Clinic. J. Am. Pharm. Assoc., 2010.