Joshua Pullo is an instructional assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research. He comes to UF from CVS Health, where he practices as a community pharmacy manager. His primary interests include student leadership development, geriatrics, global outreach and community pharmacy. He is an advocate for LGBT+ issues on and off campus. His areas of research include student engagement and motivation. Joshua is a licensed Consultant Pharmacist and also serves as an Expert Witness in pharmacy litigation.
Areas of Expertise (7)
Community and Pharmacy Management
Test and Treat
Point of Care Testing
Implementing interactive hiring activity in pharmacy management educationCurrents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning
Lauren M. Caldas, et al.
A major element of management is the process of hiring employees. The purpose of this brief is to describe the implementation of a human resources learning activity asking students to choose an employee to hire, describe student responses, and explore student perspectives of the activity.
The Pharmacist as an LGBTQ AllyAmerican Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Oliver Grundmann, et al.
An ally is defined as one who is associated with another as a helper that provides support and assistance in an ongoing struggle or effort. Pharmacists should be allies to their patients by ensuring optimal health outcomes and by helping their patients achieve therapeutic objectives and goals. However, most colleges of pharmacy are currently not well equipped to train future pharmacists to counsel lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning/queer (LGBTQ) patients.