Julienne K. Kirk, PharmD

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Department of Family & Community Medicine

“My personal interests are scuba diving, water skiing, gardening and aerobics. I also enjoy calligraphy and exploring the outdoors.”

Interests

Diabetes, Education Interventions, Outcomes for Minority Populations

Education 

 

1986University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC
B.S. Degree, Pharmacy
1991University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC
Pharm.D. Degree

Postdoctoral Training

 

1991 – 1992
ASHP-Accredited Specialty Residency
Clinical Pharmacokinetics
University of North Carolina Hospitals
Chapel Hill, NC

Certifications

 

1993Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist
Recertified  2000, 2007
1993Certified Diabetes Educator
Recertified  2000, 2005
2008Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification
American Heart Association

Academic Career

 

1992 – 1995Instructor
Department of Family & Community Medicine
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC
1992 – 1995
Assistant Director, Pharmacy Education
Northwest Area Health Education Center
Winston-Salem, NC
1993 – presentCertified Diabetes Educator
Department of Family & Community Medicine
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC
1995 – 1999
Associate Director, Pharmacy Education
Northwest Area Health Education Center
Winston-Salem, NC
1995 – 2001Assistant Professor
Department of Family & Community Medicine
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC
2001 – 2009 Associate Professor
Department of Family & Community Medicine
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC
 2009  – present
 
Professor
Department of Family & Community Medicine
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC
2011 - presentDirector and Coordinator, Pharmacy Education
Northwest Area Health Education Center
Winston-Salem, NC

Current Projects

 

Implementing a Culturally Sensitive Health Literacy Curriculum 
The purpose of this study is to design, implement and evaluate a comprehensive health literacy curriculum in the pre-doc program at WFUSM. 
Source :PHS, DHHS, Division of Medicine, Health Resources and Services Administration
Funding:$1,300,000
Funding Period :2010 – present
Role :Co-Investigator

 

Rural Elder's Diabetes Self Management:  Development of a Common Sense Model Inventory 
The purpose of this research is to delineate the common sense of diabetes held by older rural adults, determine the source of variability in these common sense models, including gender and ethnicity, develop the Common Sense Model Inventory (CSMI), and establish the validity and reliability of this instrument.
Source :NIH / NIA
Funding:$299,489
Funding Period :2006 – present
Role :Co-Investigator

Publications 

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