Rodgers Elected to National Academies of Practice
Clinical associate professor Jo Ellen Rodgers, PharmD, has been elected as a distinguished practitioner and fellow in the National Academies of Practice in the Pharmacy Academy.
Rodgers is a faculty member in the School’s Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics and associate director of the division’s clinical fellowship programs. She is also a clinical pharmacist in the Cardiomyopathy and Cardiac Transplantation Service at UNC Hospitals, where she directs the PGY2 residency in cardiology.
Rodgers currently serves on the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Board of Regents and the Board of Pharmacy Specialties Pharmacotherapy Specialty Council. She is a fellow of the ACCP, as well as a recipient of the Kappa Epsilon Outstanding Adviser Award and the Kappa Epsilon Career Achievement Award.
The National Academies of Practice is composed of ten academies representing various areas of health-care practice. Founded in 1981, the central purpose of NAP is to advise public-policy makers on health-care issues. Only 150 active distinguished practitioners may be elected to each academy.