Joyce A. Generali 2007

 

Lectures: Guest Lecture | Spring Lecture

Joyce A. Generali, MS, FASHP, graduated from University of Connecticut with a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy.  Following graduation, she began her first ASHP accredited General Practice Residency at Medical College of Virginia Hospitals, Followed by a MS degree with a Residency in Pharmacy Practice Management at University of Kansas and the Kansas University Medical Center.

She has been at the University of Kansas Medical Center and School of Pharmacy for the approximately 25 yrs as the Director of Drug Information Center, Clinical Professor, and Director of the Drug Information Residency Program.  Joyce also headed the Drug Information Center at the University of Rhode Island during the mid 1980s.

Joyce has authored and served as editor for numerous articles, editorials, book chapters, and books in the area of drug information and medication safety. She developed and maintains the first national listing of black box warnings, changing the infrastructure for safety labeling in formulary management programs and several large drug information databases. Her contributions to the literature on black boxes and off-label drug use have been recognized by national awards from the Institute of Safe Medication Practices, the New York Public Library System, and the American Medical Writers Association.  

Joyce serves on several community and professional boards promoting public health and patient safety. During her career she has worked with over 70 pharmacy practice residents, 26 drug information residents, and taught numerous pharmacy students.


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7 of 19 cancer drugs formulated through the National Cancer Institute were developed at the KU School of Pharmacy
3,000 free flu shots given to needy Kansans during the past 5 years
4,000 living alumni, 63 percent of them living and working in Kansas
KU pharmacists practice in 95 of Kansas’ 105 counties
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