Sneha Baxi Srivastava, PharmD, BCACP, CDE
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Sneha Baxi Srivastava is an Associate Professor at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science - College of Pharmacy. She is a part of the Pharmacy Skills team, coordinating and facilitating students in the curriculum where there is a required skills-based course in every quarter from P1 through P3 year. She received her PharmD degree at Rutgers University School of Pharmacy and completed her two years of post-graduate training in Primary Care at University of Illinois College of Pharmacy. She also is board certified in ambulatory care (BCACP) and a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE). She is passionate about education, communication, and prevention/management of chronic conditions, especially diabetes. She believes in the continuous cycle of teaching and learning. She empowers patients and students - ensuring the connection between optimal medication education, important of communication skills, and the understanding and application health and education behavior theories is always present. She has co-authored a textbook titled Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice and actively participates in various state and national pharmacy organizations, including the Illinois Pharmacists Association, IL Coordinating Body of American Association of Diabetes Educators, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and American Pharmacist's Organization.
Course Director: Skills I, III, VIII
Sneha Srivastava's interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Her research questions center around better understanding student and patient learning/decisions/outcomes. Additionally, she is passionate about further learning patient health behaviors and it's impact on disease prevention and disease state management. She is interested in innovated and creative scholarly writing. In the past, she has studied the role of mindfulness and medication adherence.
Prasad-Reddy L, Srivastava SB. Testosterone: Therapeutic Application and Controversies in Therapy. ACSAP Women’s and Men’s Care. 2018. [in progress]
Harter K, Geier C, Srivastava SB. Substance Use in Pregnancy. ACSAP Women’s and Men’s Care. 2018. [in progress]
Srivastava SB, Patel D. Reaching Out: A Pharmacist’s Curriculum to Optimize Insulin Therapy Through Patient Engagement and Management Patient Cases. Pharmacy Times. 2017. [in progress]
Shah A, Gandhi D, Srivastava SB, Shah K, Mansukhani R. Heart Failure: A Class Review of Pharmacotherapy. P&T 2017;42(7):464-472.
Isaacs, D., Riley, A., Prasad-Reddy, L., Castner, R., Fields, H., Harper-Brown, D., Hussein, S., Johnson, C. L., Mangum, T., Srivastava, S. Jazzin’ Healthy: Interdisciplinary Health Outreach Events Focused on Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. J Racial Ethn Health Disparities. 2017;4(2):223-232.
Isaacs D, Prasad-Reddy L, Srivastava SB. Role of glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor agonists in management of obesity. Am J Health Syst Pharm. Aug 2016.
Srivastava SB, Prasad-Reddy L. Postpartum Considerations. ACSAP Women’s and Men’s Care. 2015.
Lauster CD, Srivastava SB. Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice. Burlington: Jones & Bartlett Learning 2013.
Srivastava, S. The importance of vitamin C: a review for pharmacists Pharmacy Times. October 2011.
Dipaula B, Baxi, S. The management of substance-use disorders in women. In: Women’s Health Across the Lifespan. 2010.
Baxi S. Peptic Ulcer Disease, Pharmacy Tech Topics. Volume 15 No. 4. October 2010.
Baxi S. Psoriasis and it’s treatments. US Pharmacist. 2008.
Baxi S. OTC Products for Acne. US Pharmacist. 2007; 13-17.