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Marjorie Phillips - Augusta University. Augusta, GA, US

Marjorie Phillips Marjorie Phillips

Pharmacy Coordinator (clinical research and education) adjunct clinical professor in pharmacology/toxicology | Augusta University

Augusta, GA, UNITED STATES

Professor Phillips focuses on drug interactions, clinical trials of drugs, FDA drug approvals, and drug safety.

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Biography

Marjorie Shaw Phillips, M.S., FASHP, is Pharmacy Manager (Clinical Research and Education), AU Medical Center at Augusta University and Clinical Professor, University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. A member of the Pharmacy Leadership Team, her practice includes clinical research pharmacy and coordination of technician students and observers for the pharmacy department. After serving as the Pharmacy Residency Coordinator for nine years, Marjorie became the PGY1 Program Director in 2008. She also precepts a Pharm.D. rotation in Clinical Research/Investigational Drug Services (APPE). From 1995 to 2010 and 2015-2016, she served as the Chair of the health system Medication Error Prevention Committee (MEPC) and she continues to be actively involved as a member of MEPC. The MEPC is an interdisciplinary group whose focus is review of local/national medication error reports and hospital efforts to improve medication safety and increase event reporting in a non-punitive environment. She has been a member of the Augusta University Institutional Review Board (IRB) for 25 years, and after 13 years as a Vice-Chair of the biomedical IRB became Chair of Augusta University IRB-C in January 2015. In 2017, she was recognized by examination through the society for Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) as a certified IRB professional (CIP). She is a member of the Augusta University Georgia Cancer Center and serves on their Protocol Review and Monitoring (Scientific Review) Committee.

Areas of Expertise (4)

Drug Interactions

Clinical trial of drugs

FDA drug approvals

Drug Safety

Articles (1)

Standardizing i.v. infusion concentrations: National survey results

American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy

Marjorie Shaw Phillips

2011 The results of a 2008 survey by the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) Safe Medication Use Expert Committee assessing the use of standardized i.v. drug concentrations at U.S. health care institutions are presented...

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